A subsidiary of the Wolfsburg firm is accused of spying on employees and turning them over for torture. The company says it expects its own inquiry to be released later this year
The interior minister withdraws allegations that German companies were funding terrorism, but arrests of Germans may prevent a quick remedy.
After months of escalating tensions, Berlin pushes back against Ankara, threatening action over the detention of an activist and a blacklist against German companies.
London-based bank executives are worried about being able to trade securities in the EU’s 27 nations as the UK stands to lose its EU ‘passport’ due to Brexit.
Criminal charges against CEO Carsten Kengeter are still on the table as authorities widen a probe in connection with the London Stock Exchange merger.
A push in Germany to restrict diesel vehicles has automaker Porsche questioning the engine's future.
German and European parliamentarians say Warsaw’s latest move against the judiciary is incompatible with membership in the European Union.
Deutsche Bank's biggest shareholders could come under fresh scrutiny amid a flap over possible Qatar support for terrorism and German wariness of Chinese investments.
Japan and the EU are pressing ahead on the world's largest trade agreement, keen on replacing parts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership squashed by Trump.
Overcapacity in the European steel market and low prices for energy and raw materials force the German industrial giant to announce another round of layoffs.