Europeans don't buy American cars because they don't like their huge size and appetite for gasoline, not because of import duties.
The European Union hopes allowing a legal path for 50,000 asylum seekers from North Africa and the Middle East will thwart smugglers.
The German coal industry thinks the government should not speed up the end of coal, while environmentalists think the pace is too slow.
The European Union hopes to revive stalled peace talks in Syria. Germany, which didn't join a US-led missile strike on Syrian government targets over the weekend, is divided on what the outcome should be.
Irish low-cost airline found a back door into Germany’s major transport hubs thanks to an Austrian Formula 1 racing champion. Ryanair's biggest target: Lufthansa.
René Obermann, the former German head of telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom from 2006 to 2013, is apparently the favorite to succeed current French chairman Denis Ranque.
Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann, who is in line to replace ECB President Mario Draghi, also expects government bond buying to end in the next few months..
Aldi takes the plunge in Italy and opens new stores after a two-year study of Italian shoppers, who take their time and value good taste.
Airbus spent hundreds of millions of euros on office buildings in Beirut, wind farms in Germany and Malaysian Formula One racing cars as inducements to buy airplanes. Investigators think they may have been bribes.
As Angela Merkel's new coalition government takes shape, ministries recruit private sector executives in a break from tradition.