But the German carmakers' mobility venture is unlikely to challenge the global might of American and Chinese competitors, experts say.
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.
Europe should force Facebook and other social media giants to open up their platforms to rivals more committed to safeguarding personal information, Germany’s top regulator on data protection told Handelsblatt.
Prosecutors have launched penalty proceedings against Daimler in the diesel scandal. VW had to pay a €1 billion fine in a similar case.
The software maker is both shedding employees and hiring new ones to expand its offering in the areas of machine learning, cloud computing and data analytics.
The carmaker fired a software engineer and is threatening to sue, while it's lavishing generous terms on her manager who gets a free pass on legal consequences.
German multinationals face declining earnings, but that isn't stopping them from making investments overseas.
Lagerfeld’s work inspired haute couture for a half century and brought high fashion to a broad public.
Natural wine, created without pesticides and sulfites, is a trend in Spain, Denmark and the UK. In France, it’s almost a religion, but its friends across the Rhine seem to be stuck in old, unorganic habits.
The demise of the A380 superjumbo marks the end of another grand European project driven more by pride and ambition than economic sense.
Legal techs such as Flightright, Myright or Wenigermiete help consumers pursue claims against companies. Lawyers, unsurprisingly, offer a scathing critique of these new competitors.
Germany's professional soccer league is splashing out so much on new players that earnings are dwindling despite record sales. They’re pinning their hopes on TV rights deals – and on interest from Netflix, Amazon and...
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