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Prosecutors are digging deeper into whether car parts supplier Bosch played a role in the manipulation of diesel emissions tests. Both Bosch and Mercedes-maker Daimler could suffer dramatically if found guilty.
Linde and Praxair have moved a step closer in their planned $70 billion tie-up, agreeing on a balance of power in the new management to convince doubters that it's a merger of equals.
Porsche’s fashion and accessories subsidiary wants to work more closely with its high-powered roadster principal. This means it’ll leave its women’s fashion line in the ditch.
Shareholders of car parts supplier Grammer have won a fight against an influential investor family that had been gearing up for an overhaul of Germany's car business.
German prosecutors have launched a second Dieselgate investigation into employees of Bosch, the world's largest car parts maker, Handelsblatt has learned.
U.S. ecommerce giant Amazon is spending billions to break into logistics, where Deutsche Post DHL is king. Is there really room for another player?
Digitalization can overtake some of the work of highly paid attorneys and poses a significant cyber threat. It is so topical, legal startups are now part of the German Lawyers Day.
Chinese authorities have given Europe’s largest carmaker the green light to produce e-cars there – a massive opportunity in the world's second-largest economy.
The US government on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler for installing illegal cheating software in its diesel vehicles, making it the latest carmaker implicated in the scandal.
Ctrip, the world's second largest travel site, is targeting a new generation of Chinese travelers who prefer to organize their own flights and hotels instead of relying on package tours.
G20 health ministers have called for new innovation and incentives in antibiotic research.
Prosecutors searched 11 Daimler locations in Germany looking for clues to possible emissions manipulation.
Germany is catching up with Britain as a target for foreign investment.
Auto makers and their suppliers have benefited from more than €115 billion in German government assistance. If that isn't enough, an ally of Angela Merkel is calling for a diesel subsidy.
Just how much does Germany's most powerful industry receive in state support? Berlin has released numbers, and the political opposition is not happy.
The premium carmaker has settled a costly dispute with its Chinese partners. It is not the first time China's car dealers have made a German company cry uncle.
Germany's building sector is doing better than ever before and hopes for a continued upswing, boosting other industries along the way.
VW has paid billions in settlements in the US, but the same cannot be said in Germany, where the company is slyly skirting legal responsibility by making deals with customers out of court.
Frankfurt-listed Max Automation may sell off its environmental technology business to grow its industrial automation business in China and the US.
Russian negotiations with the Chinese over a high-speed rail line with Moscow as its hub have stalled, leaving potential for a German rail consortium.
After 15 years in business, a cooling business is heating up its plans for commercial success, starting with a new man at the helm.
The stellar career of Bayern Munich defender and captain Philipp Lahm is over, and a life after football begins.
These German firms are pursuing exciting new developments in artificial intelligence that will change how we live. Even Silicon Valley is taking note.
Long a utopian dream, flying cars may soon be a reality. Startups, often backed by big names, are now racing to get the first prototypes off the ground.
The America’s Cup is often described as the Formula 1 of sailing and for good reason: The boats are capable of reaching speeds of 100 kilometers per hour – with technology playing a huge role.
Europe's largest discount retailer Lidl plans to offer an alternative to Americans tired of box stores like Walmart – but it will first have to take on German rival Aldi.
As Volkswagen struggles to set the record straight about who knew what when about Dieselgate, new reports show the cover-up went further than was previously known.
German teens are drinking less on average. More than a third haven't tried alcohol in the European country known for its lax consumption laws when it comes to youth.
Faced with a criminal investigation, VW CEO Matthias Müller explains how he is moving the carmaker beyond Dieselgate. Read the full transcript of our interview.
Germany's top companies posted tremendous profit growth for the first quarter. Though CEOs remain cautious, 2017 could be a record year for the country.
Retail giant Alibaba has conquered China's middle class and is now setting its eyes on Europe. German companies welcome the collaboration.
Citizens of Europe's biggest economy are spending more on holidays. Spain, Italy and Turkey are the most popular foreign destinations, with Greece on the rise.
Germany's highest court has referred a case over Uber's luxury car line to Europe. German judges believe the Uber service violates competition laws.
A merger between United Internet and Drillisch would boost competition in the German telecoms market, dominated today by Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone and Telefónica Deutschland.
Matthias Müller, in an interview with Handelsblatt, speaks for the first time about allegations that he failed to inform shareholders about emissions cheating in a timely manner.
The American sandwich slinger hopes to heat up again in Germany after an internal disaster in 2010. A new partnership with Shell gas stations should help.
British Prime Minister Theresa May hopes German exporters will pressure Berlin into making concessions to the UK in Brexit talks. She will likely be disappointed.
Discount retailers all over Europe have decided that Germany is their global launching pad. Get ready for a fight in the bargain basement.
With high property prices blocking further takeovers, Germany’s largest residential real-estate owner has to show it can keep growing earnings on its own.
Long decried as a backwards catalog retailer, Otto Group's new CEO is confident about the digital future and not shying away from comparisons to Amazon.com.
State prosecutors confirmed Wednesday that Chief Executive Matthias Müller is being investigated for possibly manipulating company shares before the Dieselgate scandal broke.