Brussels/Berlin: Overcoming years of poor health and crisis, the euro zone economy grew at its fastest pace in five years in the first quarter, driven by unlikely stars such as France and Spain.
The owner of British Airways reported weaker demand following the Brussels terrorist attacks and worries about the EU referendum in June.
In October, 2014, when Apple shares traded at about $US100, Icahn wrote the company's chief executive Tim Cook that his analysis showed it should trade at $US203.
RESTAURANT Group lost a quarter of its market value as cut-throat competition in the eating out market took a bite out of sales, setting the group on course for its first-profit fall in more than a decade.
One of the largest buy-to-let mortgage providers has drastically restricted its lending in a move which experts say will be copied by others, and which will make it impossible for some landlords to borrow.