He left Silicon Valley and Apple and moved to Wolfsburg and VW, but his mission is the same: to put driverless cars on roads as soon as possible. A conversation with Johann Jungwirth, Chief Digital Officer of VW.
An Israeli woman who fled Europe during the Holocaust knits sweaters for German children, inspired by the memory of the cold she felt as a child during the escape.
The finance chief of the city of Berlin said the German capital has turned the corner economically, and is poised to cut debt and unemployment over the next decade amid a new era of sustained economic growth.
Forget the hype over Tesla and generous government subsidies: Electric cars will not gain a substantial market share before 2025, according to a new study.
Yancey Strickler, the co-founder and CEO of Kickstarter, the world's largest online crowdfunding platform, sees Berlin -- and its growing cadre of entrepreneurs -- getting even bigger as Britain leaves the E.U.
Along with films about refugees, Berlin's 66th annual film festival also ran several projects bringing refugees into the movies and also helping them gain work experience.
The annual film festival, the Berlinale, will wrap up on Sunday. The focus is on big-name actors, directors and producers on the red carpet at Potsdamer Platz. But it's also a good time to explore the city's historic cinemas.
Berlin is the focus of Europe’s film industry this week as it holds the 66th annual Berlinale festival.
At last night's European premiere of "Hail, Caesar!" at the Berlinale, George Clooney commented on the refugee crisis and Chancellor Merkel's open door policy ahead of their meeting in Berlin today.