Baiersbronn in the Black Forest is an unlikely hotbed of Michelin-starred restaurants. At Germany's most-awarded, Schwarzwaldstube, Chef Torsten Michel explains tradition matters, but it only takes success so far.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern calls for a new debate on economics and refugee policy – one which shows European strength in the face of rising populism.
In an exclusive interview with our sister publication WirtschaftsWoche, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz argues that Germany will have to stand up to Mr. Trump - or risk the collapse of Western values.
Italy’s second-biggest bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, did better in ECB stress tests than any German bank. CEO Carlo Messina speaks about success in times of crisis, the risks facing Italian banks, and the dangers of low-interest rates.
Ernst-Wilhelm Arnoldi offered Germany’s first life insurance way back in 1827. His ingenuity gave birth to a financial investment that Germans still love today.
The big show captivating Europe at the moment -- the personality cult around the articulate, defiant Greek finance minister -- is also a tale of the left's revival. Mr. Varoufakis means challenging the establishment, enchanting voters -- and southern Europe's comeback.
Jean-Remy von Matt is one of German advertising's most iconic characters. But losing the Mercedes account has been a major blow to his ego – and his agency's bottom line.