Deal of the day
After the fall
Demand for the German national team's jersey has plummeted since Die Mannschaft lost its chance in the World Cup. "They can write €9.95 on it, because nobody's buying it," said Mathias Boenke of retailer Intersport. Source:
Graphic of the day
Rise of renewables
While industrialized countries are drawing down renewable energy investments, China is going full steam ahead. It invested a total of $126.6 billion in 2017, with much more focus on wind and solar than a decade ago.
Quote of the day
The migrant question
Before EU leaders reached agreement on a common migration policy, Parliament President Antonio Tajani of Italy explained what is at risk. He said the migration debate is even more damaging to the union than the euro crisis was.
Project of the day
A new newspaper
After the recent shuttering of Berlin street newspaper Strassenfeger, a youth homelessness organization launched the Karuna Kompass this week, which will be given to the needy for free to sell. The first headline: "Spare me your pity." Source: