The world’s largest luxury car maker BMW is weathering the economic crisis better than others and its sales increased by more than eight percent in
Daimler is the manufacturer of the world’s third largest luxury car brand Mercedes, but it is not happy that it is now longer number one, despite
The eurozone crisis has finally caught up with Bavarian sporting-goods maker Puma which has cut its full-year forecasts because of a slowdown in
How do you get finance when you’re a small or medium sized enterprise specialising in research? First you have to identify your needs, make the most
Europe’s third largest retailer’s share price was down 6.28 percent on Monday, the biggest faller on the Dax. According to its CEO, Olaf Koch, the
Volkswagen’s total takeover of Porsche will be completed by the start of August and the announcement boosted the share price of Europe’s largest
French President Francois Hollande’s Socialist party are celebrating after gaining an outright majority in the National Assembly.
Scientists in Germany are trying to fill in the gaps in the current understanding of climate change.
Physicist at the Paul Scherrer Institute in
Investors were pleased by Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica’s announcement that it is to sell part of its German unit O2 to the public and
Deutsche Post’s ambitious goals seduced investors on Thursday and the share price of Europe’s biggest express delivery and mail company topped all
Thyssenkrupp seemed set to be the big loser on the Dax in Frankfurt on Tuesday, but it ended up the second biggest winner.
The reason for that
Commerzbank, Germany’s second biggest lender, drastically improved the state of its finances in the first quarter, reassuring the markets and its
Germany’s Lufthansa has announced a relaunch, but it is coming at the cost of jobs.
The biggest European airline is cutting three percent of its
Siemens has slashed its full-year earnings target because of headwinds at its wind farm division.
The German industrial conglomerate’s quarterly
Many parents are taking their children out of the formal school system in favour of a freer way of learning.
It is not home schooling, where the
More excerpts from our interview with German tenor Jonas Kaufmann.
Growth heading up – unemployment and the deficit going down – 2011 was a miracle year for Germany amid the crisis in Europe.
But not everybody
Industrial accidents in Europe claim around 6 in every 100,000 workers each year. That’s according to Eurofound, which oversees the improvement of
How Germany gets it power is about to radically change. The Berlin government’s recent decision to unplug all nuclear power stations is creating a
100.000 Poles are preparing their suitcases, maybe more. They want to work in Germany. They have the right to do so, now. Because the seven years
Social media can be a tool for political and social change, it can also be a powerful aid in the classroom. Connecting people from different corners
The first years of a child’s life are when the brain does most growing. So early education is crucial, and can lay the foundations of personal and
Solar panels are becoming an increasingly cheap and efficient way to produce electricity.
At a research centre near Frankfurt, scientists are
Adri Hartveld is reinventing the running shoe.
The Dutch entrepreneur has developed a radical new design, now being tested at Staffordshire
By Habib sarikaya