Michael Müller just caused a stir suggesting a lockout on foreign investment to protect Berlin's market. Here are six more ideas on what needs to be done.
The centuries-old German lifestyle around allotment gardens, or schrebergarten, is in flux. Out: old guys with beer bellies and sandals. In: hipsters with high-tech grills.
Regulations-heavy Germany has taken a surprisingly lax stance on e-cigarettes and vaping laws. It's the right approach, writes a policy analyst.
Sorry Macron. In the bloc’s biggest economy, most top financial experts are against a euro-zone budget and finance minister, according to a new survey.
Germany needs blockchain technology to put its energy transition back on track, writes energy management professor Jens Strüker.
Employees of Delivery Hero, the German equivalent of Grubhub, are calling for better working conditions. A court decision could strengthen their case, and affect how much power German startups have to share with labor.
Despite talk of a hotel industry bubble, the low-cost Motel One is expanding. To compete with high-end hotels and home-sharing, it's investing in fashionable furnishings.
Incidents of anti-Semitic bullying, often by Muslim children, have shot up in Berlin schools recently. Parents, schools and local communities are at odds over how to respond.
Barely known outside of Germany, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, also known as “AKK” or “mini-Merkel,” could be the next German chancellor.
A Berlin startup has developed software that can analyze your emotions through facial expressions. The retail and advertising industries are interested, but data privacy experts are concerned.