Till Reuter steps down and board appoints CFO interim leader to boost sales, profit at robot maker.
Companies in Saxony face a worsening shortage of workers and say far-right unrest in the region is partly to blame.
While other EU countries keep shipping, Berlin clarifies even weapons sales already approved are prohibited until the facts of the regime critic’s death are known.
While Siemens is enjoying strategic success, its American rival GE is mired in problems. But the gas turbine business remains an expensive headache for both companies.
The CEO's last-minute decision shows the dilemma facing German companies, bidding for billions in contracts while disturbed by Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
The substantial divestitures required of Linde and Praxair by the FTC are also a major win for the German rival Messer Group.
Four weeks ago, Siemens looked to have closed one of the biggest deals in its history. But Donald Trump seems to have elbowed the company into second place, behind General Electric.
Lammsbräu CEO Susanne Horn, a lone woman in Germany’s male-dominated and staunchly traditional brewing industry, has won the respect of her peers by doubling beer sales in a shrinking market.
Measuring how far the best basketballers run made Kinexon into a multi-million dollar business. Now a new partnership with SAP and plans for a future in industry could take the sports-data analysis firm to a whole other level.
Artificial spider silk from Amsilk is more flexible and possibly better suited for high-performance applications than its rival, carbon fiber.