Lorenzo Simonelli was speaking to CNBC at the Gastech conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Nexi CEO Paolo Bertoluzzo said the Italian payments firm is "contributing to the design" of the European Central Bank's proposed digital currency.
The U.K. has released its plan to make the country a global "artificial intelligence superpower", seeking to rival the likes of the U.S. and China.
Jamie Dimon said that if the U.S. continues to see inflation running hot over the next few months then the central bank could be forced to act quickly.
The European Union could face a set back in its green ambitions as a natural gas shortage on the continent drives prices higher.
The Kincardine Offshore Windfarm is located in waters off the coast of Aberdeen, Scotland.
"Right now it doesn't feel really sound out there," Klarna CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski told CNBC Monday.
The British government is considering bailout loans to help steer energy suppliers through the ongoing gas pricing crisis.
Universal Music Group shares surged in its stock market debut Tuesday, in Europe's largest listing of the year so far.
A growing number of tech billionaires have decided they want to use their enormous wealth to try and help humans "cheat death."
Lithuania, Latvia and Poland have accused Belarus of flying in migrants from the Middle East to then send across their borders.
President Biden's plan to lift blanket entry bans on most noncitizens from more than 30 countries is expected to drive up demand for international travel.
England's joint men's and women's tour of Pakistan next month has been cancelled due to concerns over "mental and physical well-being", the England and Wales Cricket Board has announced.
Britain's energy industry could be headed for a significant shake-up as countries all over Europe grapple with an unprecedented crisis in the power sector.
The Biden administration will also require unvaccinated U.S. citizens to test a day before departure and after they return home.
The United States and the United Kingdom are looking to ease tensions with France after a deal with Australia that Paris described as a "stab in the back."
The move will see JPMorgan take on Britain's high street banks as well as challengers like Monzo.
Estonia's tech companies have been able to thrive in the absence of large multinationals like Facebook and Microsoft, the country's president told CNBC.
Paul Gambles, co-founder of investment advisory firm MBMG Group, says investors should consider significantly building up their cash positions.
Italy has become the first European country to make a Covid certificate mandatory for all workers.
Prior to the Taliban takeover, 80% of the Afghan government's budget was funded by the U.S. and other Western donors.
French officials in Washington canceled a gala at their compound over frustration with the new security partnership between the U.S., U.K. and Australia.
The airplane flew across skies in the U.K. for around 15 minutes this week.
France has described Australia's decision to abruptly end a submarine contract as a "stab in the back."
Analysts believe Europe's record run in energy prices is not expected to end any time soon, warning market nervousness is likely to persist throughout winter.
It's been a bruising time for airlines as the coronavirus pandemic brought travel to a halt. But now, low-cost carriers seem to be showing signs of recovery.
Pendragon CEO made his comments during an interview with CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe".
Kai-Fu Lee, the ex-president of Google China, warned that the West should be careful not to overstate the recently introduced tech regulations by Beijing.
Amazon is offering Prime customers free delivery on Deliveroo takeout orders over a certain amount for a year.
There is a new international order, where competition is fierce and some nations "stop at nothing to gain influence," President Ursula von der Leyen said.