EU leaders have met in Brussels to hammer out a deal to cut emissions and save the world from the fatal effects of global warming. The meeting could take a while, as negotiations will be tough.
A German court has ruled that the color yellow can be protected as a trademark. But it must be widely associated with a specific company. The case highlights just how important color alone can be for company branding.
German auto maker Audi has said it's recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles to fix software responsible for airbag deployment. It said it would take drivers under an hour to carry out the software update.
Tensions over EU member states' budgets are growing. Brussels says Italy has dropped measures to get its budget below EU deficit limits. But Italy and France both insist public spending must now replace austerity.
Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse has made a major comeback since its fall from grace in May, when it paid a record fee for aiding tax evaders. The bank announced it had doubled quarterly profits on the year.
Britain's largest grocer, Tesco, has slashed its full-year profit outlook in the wake of an investigation into erroneous accounting practices that has weighed on company shares.
In a bid to revive India's economy, PM Narendra Modi has unveiled a set of reforms. While they are steps in the right direction, less red tape and a further opening of key sectors are needed, says economist Shilan Shah.
Riesling was once among the most expensive wines. Later, wineries focused on quantity, and quality suffered. But in recent years, the pendulum has been swinging back - a boon to Germany's Rheingau Region.
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.
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.
Companies in the southern eurozone nation find it increasingly hard to get loans.
What state are eurozone banks in before the ECB assumes its supervisory function?
Eurozone banks have received the results of a stress test undertaken by the European Central Bank. The examination was designed to show how each bank would fare in the event of another financial crisis. Any banks that fail will have to prove they can raise extra funds within the next few weeks.
Developers want to build a gigantic wind farm off the shores of Germany's only high-sea island Heligoland. But storms and unexploded bombs from World War II are proving a real challenge.
Young Israelis flee high prices at home for cheap Berlin. One man publicising the differences on social media says he's been threatened.
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.
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