Agnieszka de Sousa
Dancers in Thongs at Business Gala Still OK in Post-MeToo France
New technology will use facial recognition to build individual medical records for millions of fish.
Sugar’s biggest rally in a decade isn’t convincing many of a sustained turnaround for the worst commodity in recent years.
Europe Has Most to Lose From Russia's Expanding Wheat Empire
With cryptocurrency mania over for now, blockchain startups need to dig a little deeper to attract attention.
New Weapon for Blockchain Startups: Nobel Prize-Winning Brains
BT in Talks to Hire Worldpay's Jansen as CEO, Sky Reports
Deadly Pig Virus Found in Wild Boar Near French Border
French Fries Feel the Pinch as Hot Summer Frazzles Potato Market
Commodities Finally Bring Relief for Banks as Revenues Jump
How Record-Breaking Heat Could Affect Your Grocery Bill
Germany Faces Worst Harvest in 24 Years After Extreme Drought
Against that backdrop, this week is one of the busiest of the quarter as earnings pour in.
Kazakhstan Goes Organic in Bid to Build Niche in Grains Market
Europe's Blistering Heatwave Is Ruining This Year's Harvest
Breweries across northern Europe are fretting about shortages of beer. Here's why.
That salmon and cream cheese bagel to get you through the mid-morning slump is fast becoming a luxury.
Markle's Dress Designed by Waight Keller of LVMH's Givenchy
Citadel Hires Entire Cumulus Energy Team as Hedge Fund Shuts
EU Grain Farmers May Focus on Quality to Compete in Tough Market
EU States Agree to Widen Ban on Pesticides Linked to Bee Health