On his first visit to the United States, Germany Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has rejected suggestions that Germany shoulder the weight of a European growth spurt.
Before the European Central Bank assumes supervision of the eurozone's largest lenders, it is putting banks through their paces. The results of its stress test are to be announced Sunday.
Following the tragic death of Christophe de Margerie in Moscow, French oil giant Total has named new leaders to be at the helm of one of the large energy firms. A probe into the former CEO's accident is under way.
US and Turkish armaments manufacturers have teamed up to supply cruise missiles for a US fighter program. The F-35 is one of the costliest arms programs ever.
The Hungarian government has startled citizens and companies with plans for a new Internet tax. The resulting protests have forced Budapest into a partial climbdown.
The German government is helping young entrepreneurs travel to New York to develop their digital companies with a business incubator. And once they get there, they realize the sun doesn't only shine in California.
A Cologne court has ordered Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen to give back millions of euros to a former sponsor that has since gone bankrupt. The club should have known Teldafax was insolvent at the time, the court said.
In recent months the price of oil has fallen massively. That has hit Russia, Iran and Venezuela particularly hard. Conspiracy theories abound as to the source of the current supply glut.
US plane maker Boeing has opened a facility in China that is to turn used cooking oil into aviation biofuel. The company says the potential of the technology involved is huge, not least in environmental terms.
Friendship is blossoming between India and Japan, much to China's chagrin. But needling Beijing is what's behind it in the first place, says DW columnist Frank Sieren.
Sanctions have forced many Russians to shop abroad.
Germany's Daimler dumps its stake in electric carmaker Tesla.
The German auto giant has unexpectedly divested of its shares in luxury electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors.
A watchdog group has reported cyber-attacks against Apple's iCloud service in China. The group, Greatfire, says the hackers are government-backed. Beijing has denied any involvement.
Ahead of the US midterm elections, the economy seems to be doing well – with growth up and unemployment down. But many Americans aren’t feeling the benefits. DW met a fast-food worker struggling to get by on minimum wage.
Lufthansa pilots are threatening more strikes this week in a dispute over retirement benefits. The pilots walked off the job on Monday, forcing Lufthansa to cancel short and medium haul routes. The stoppage was extended to more profitable long haul flights on Tuesday. All flights have resumed for now.
One of the world's top oil executives has died in a plane crash at Moscow airport. Christophe de Magerie was CEO of French oil giant Total.
3 crew members in the plane were also killed. Russian authorities have launched a criminal investigation into what happened.
A butterfly farm in Cambodia is one of the unusual ways growing income from the cities is being distributed to the countryside.
Germany's Constitutional Court has rebuffed a push by parliament to be notified sooner on arms deals. Several legislators took the matter before the court after they learnt about a deal with Saudi Arabia through the press. The court said parliament had a right to know but only once a weapons project is approved.
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