Building the world’s longest railway tunnel was no small achievement for Switzerland. German companies will share in the glory this week.
Swiss business capital Zurich is trying to make itself a leading European hub for tech entrepreneurs, but unfavorable tax and recruitment conditions could hinder its efforts.
A small Swiss city will soon be the first worldwide to accept payments in Bitcoins. Despite some detractors, Zug has turned into an unlikely hub for the cult cryptocurrency.
Three major continental banks in Europe – Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Unicredit – are in the middle of a deep restructuring. Two of them are showing some initial signs of bearing fruit.
Switzerland's second-largest bank worried investors last month after suffering millions in losses on a bond portfolio. But now its disastrous handling of the fallout has horrified shareholders and sparked rumors of a fresh power struggle.
China’s HNA Group hopes to buy the airline services firm Gategroup, but some of its major shareholders are unhappy with the proposal.
The Panama Papers leak has prompted policymakers in many countries to call for a crackdown on shell companies. But not all such firms are illegal, and some make good business sense.
Germany may set up a watchdog to monitor financial technology startups, better known as fintechs. Experts say regulators have been uncharacteristically lax in keeping tabs on these industry upstarts.
The big Swiss bank wants to cut more from its investment banking division, putting pressure on Deutsche Bank to follow suit.
A Credit Suisse banker is accused of conning a wealthy Eastern European client out of hundreds of millions in one of the biggest investment scandals in recent Swiss banking history.