BW 50Europe 2008

  • Europe's Top Performers Go Global
    Companies, such as retailers Inditex and H&M, are using the resiliency honed in famously inhospitable home markets to succeed overseas Plus: BW Europe 50 Interactive Scoreboard Slide Show: Europe's Top Performers
  • For Now, Deutsche B?rse Wears the Crown
    Last year the German stock exchange broke its losing streak with a couple of smart mergers, but it's being challenged by cheaper, faster electronic competitors
  • Nokia Delivers, but Cautions on Year
    The handset maker comes to terms with the faltering economy and investors get skittish, but operating profits for the quarter were up
  • Reckitt Benckiser Cleans Up
    Profits are high and the household cleaners giant is no longer content to rest in P&G's shadow. A move into health care products could boost sales even more Slide Show: A Harvest of Household Names
  • Mining's Glittering Future
    A booming market for commodities, and undervalued shares, are two reasons high-fliers BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto made it into the BW 50
  • Telenor: The Mobile Champ on Mute
    The Norwegian telco has kept a low profile, but it's the seventh largest in the world and some consider it vastly undervalued
  • ASML: A Leading Nanotechnology Innovator
    A dip in first-quarter earnings won't hold back the Dutch photolithography equipment maker, which will roll out new technology to produce even finer circuits
  • How We Picked the Top 50
    A decade of refinement has gone into our method for picking Europe's top-performing companies

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