Deutsche Telekom’s chief tech officer could finally give Germans the internet access they’ve been dreaming of — while making a case for becoming CEO one day.
An exclusive network of top executives shows German women are ready to match their male counterparts in networking.
Few German IT entrepreneurs are as memorable as Chris Boos. The founder of Arago is albino, nearly blind, and knows more about artificial intelligence than anyone else in Germany.
The aristocratic family that owns the Faber-Castell pen and pencil empire has just hired an outsider to run the business for the first time in its 350-year history, ending a power struggle — for the time being.
Speaking to Handelsblatt, the Bilfinger chairman says the company’s crisis years are over. He ought to know – he has seen many in his checkered career.
A photography exhibition supported by a cross section of German businesses celebrates Made in Germany as a triumph of art as well as engineering.
While other German labels have announced losses, or even worse, insolvency, the brand known as Marc Cain keeps bringing in profits. Handelsblatt went to visit the fashion label’s 70-year-old founder, to ask him how he does it.
Dutch electronics company Philips appointed Carla Kriwet as a board member to oversee its digital activities. She is one of the few German women to reach a senior executive role in a foreign multinational.
Donald Trump won because Americans have lost their famous optimism — and because some of the country’s infrastructure is on a level with Sudan, former German minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg told Handelsblatt.
Donald Trump has changed the way the world sees the United States, argues Harvard Professor Karl Kaiser. Today's America, he says, has worrying echoes of Germany's Weimar Republic.