Darrell Delamaide is a writer and editor for Handelsblatt Today based in Washington, DC.
The head of the EU’s biggest insurance company talks about making European companies globally competitive at a time when the US and China are getting all the attention.
The Financial Times cites documents describing potential fraud and money laundering at the German payments firm.
Germany’s flagship lender may soon face an inquiry connected to President Trump and says it's cooperating with American regulators over its role in a Danish money-laundering scandal.
Foreign workers entering Germany is also boosting Kindergeld payments and raising the spectre of fraud but officials say they've found little.
The grand coalition’s proposal is so minimalist, many worry it won’t do much for immigrants or the country’s worker shortage.
The British prime minister ran into a brick wall in Berlin and Brussels as she sought to renegotiate the UK's exit plan. Now she faces a vote of no confidence at home.
A joint venture with the Shanghai exchange has languished since 2015 but Trump's new world order may provide renewed impetus.
The confab of finance ministers will strengthen the banking union and bailout fund for times of crisis but stopped short of more ambitious integration.
The cryptocurrency firm aimed to combine green power with blockchain, but a quarrel between its partners led to a meltdown. Investors may see little of the $100 million they shelled out.
CEOs of VW, Daimler and BMW will meet with US trade officials and perhaps the president as Trump short-circuits diplomatic protocol.