Now that it’s curtains, our editor-in-chief offers a few thoughts on journalism. But above all, he wants to say Thank You.
Trees feel, talk, fight and care, according to science. A former German forestry manager is now questioning the way we manage woodlands. Spoiler alert: badly.
The head of the EU’s biggest insurance company talks about making European companies globally competitive at a time when the US and China are getting all the attention.
Don’t mention the war; German economists criticizing Berlin’s sacrosanct debt brake; Opel’s long-awaited return to profitability. Here’s our Daily Briefing for February 26, 2019.
German economists are starting to question the 10-year-old debt brake rule which they warn is hampering urgently needed investment in the country’s crumbling infrastructure.
Germans are great at separating their household waste, and the country is not allowed to export plastic unless it's for recycling. So why are there piles of German garbage all over Malaysia?
The German Economics Ministry hopes to link established companies with nimble startups with a new, carefully curated platform. The aim is smarter communication and better business.
Handelsblatt has learned that the German financial services firm received a demand for payment to avoid negative media coverage. Prosecutors are investigating.
Does weedkiller kill people? DAX Americana and when it comes to diversity, more is more. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 25, 2018.
But the German carmakers' mobility venture is unlikely to challenge the global might of American and Chinese competitors, experts say.
A paper by the Berlin-based Mercator Institute fuels resistance to allowing the Chinese company to join the build-out of Germany’s 5G network.
American tariffs, a Chinese slowdown and a hard Brexit could hammer an industry vital to the country's economy just as tens of billions are needed for electric and self-driving cars.
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