Automobiles go online
The hi-tech hype about the cars of the future has been fueled in large part by the high-profile testing being done by Google and the rumors surrounding the possible advent of an Apple iCar. But the auto industry isn't standing by complacently. 2015 models rolling off the assembly line will also be online.
Euro tanks despite good eurozone data
The euro fell sharply though the Dax responded positively to good eurozone data. Wall Street saw a round of profit taking. After a market wrap we ask New York correspondent Jens Korte why the euro's tanked - and if Ronald McDonald is going green.
ITB draws the world to Berlin
The ITB tourist industry trade show in Berlin presents all the latest trends in travel. Germans are spending more on vacationing than ever before. Perhaps they'll consider this year's partner country at the ITB: Mongolia.
Holiday flats doing booming business in Berlin
A growing number of vacationers are looking for ways to travel without breaking the bank. They're leaving behind hotel rooms to rent accommodations directly from locals. The sharp rise in popularity of online home rental services is not without its critics. In Berlin the hotel industry is complaining of lost business and rental advocates are crying foul, arguing flat leasing sites are taking away affordable housing.