Käthe Wohlfahrt helped introduce the world to German Christmas. The retail company started out selling East German music boxes to US soldiers stationed in the West and now brings the holiday spirit to outlets across the...
In Berlin, protesters are clashing with farmers over animal rights. Lawmakers are siding with the meat industry and calling for stiff penalties against activists.
The partnership would become the fourth mobile network provider in Germany next to Telekom, Vodafone and Telefónica, but also put vital infrastructure in Chinese hands.
The merger would complete the consolidation of Germany's banking sector and solidify the national flagship, but putting two weak banks together doesn’t make a strong one.
Both houses of parliament will rush to approve a long-awaited bill to improve daycare for young children. States now have to decide how to spend the cash.
The European Central Bank officially ended its asset-purchase scheme but pledged to keep channeling stimulus into the 19-member currency bloc.
The internet giant brings well-honed digital and logistical techniques to a field still dominated by direct vendor relationships and faxed orders.
A small German company won the right to develop the world’s biggest lithium reserve, in Bolivia. VW, BMW and Mercedes need it to power their electric cars.
To understand the EU’s frustrations today, it helps to go back to each member state’s reasons for joining in the first place.
Of data and disservices; banking on a merger; welcome, tech! Here's our Daily Briefing for December 13, 2018.
Health Minister Jens Spahn has abandoned a plan to ban online prescription drug sales to adhere to EU law. It’s a setback for Germany’s pharmacies, which are protected by archaic rules.
Snafus in the auto industry dented production and growth forecasts, but experts are confident the economy is far from a recession.
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