Deutsche Bank's Moral Makeover
When Jürgen Fitschen and Anshu Jain took on twin roles as heads of Deutsche Bank a year ago there was talk of a change in corporate culture. But scandals continue to haunt the bank as it faces allegations of rigging benchmark interest rates and tax fraud.
Polish Trains on the Move
Poland's PESA has recently won a contract to supply hundreds of trains to Deutsche Bahn. The deal gives Germany's rail operator a new alternative to its traditional suppliers, Siemens, Bombadier and Alstom. The contract is worth some 300 million Euros.
The Logistics of Shipping Fine Art
The prestigious Art Basel fair is holding its first show in the Chinese territory, but getting the art there is not so easy. We take a look at how a German shipping firm handles the logistics of shipping expensive artworks abroad.