VW Power Struggle
Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn will stay on top at Volkswagen. A week ago a small comment from supervisory board chair Ferdinand Piëch had everyone speculating whether Winterkorn's days at the German automaker might be numbered. But after an emergency board meeting his place now appears to be secure.
Greece running out of supporters
The International Monetary Fund has become the latest of Greece's creditors to openly show its impatience with the approach Athens is taking to its debt crisis. IMF chief Christine Lagarde says Greece mustpay its debts on time - and about a billion euros is due in May. After a look we talk with New York correspondent Jens Korte about how Wall Street sees the crisis.
Deutsche Bank mulls Postbank sale
German magazine, Der Spiegel, says Deutsche Bank's board has decided to sell its Postbank unit, rather than hiving off retail operations at Germany's biggest lender. The move would mean branch closures and the winding down of some foreign businesses. Deutsche Bank has declined to comment on the report.
Spain slowly leaves recession behind
While troubles for Greece continue, Spain's economic future is looking brighter. Back in 2007 the country was hit hard by the housing crisis -- construction came to a virtual stand still. But this year the economy is set to pick up and the central bank has raised its growth projections.