Germany: Page 2

Business News

The Case for Berlin's Claim as Europe's Startup Capital

The German capital's low cost of living and gritty brand attract entrepreneurs from across Germany and beyond.

News and Trends

What India Gained from PM Modi's #9 Foreign Trips This Year

Narendra Modi is the first-ever Indian Prime Minister to visit Israel

Starting a Business

A Look At The Sunrise Sectors For Collaboration Of Indo-German Start-ups

A global Indian start-up must look beyond the US and Silicon Valley and consider other European countries

Business News

Amazon Germany Wants Workers to Use Fewer Sick Days to Get a Better Bonus

Would you come to work sick to help your co-workers earn more money?

News and Trends

Tech Innovation No Longer US' Brainchild; Check Out World's Top #10 Hubs

Though other countries have made significant developments to become a leading global innovation technology hub, the U.S. and China have the most potential for leading edge advances,

Starting a Business

Why Indian and German Startups Should Work Together?

The first time I came to India was in 1998 when I was 17.

Business News

This Group Says it Would Not Have Approved Tesla's Beta-Phase Autopilot Feature

Tesla's partial self-driving Autopilot feature has been thrust under the microscope since a fatal crash involving a Tesla Model S sedan in the United States in May.

Business News

Krispy Kreme Agrees to $1.35 Billion Takeover

Buyer is German conglomerate JAB Holding Company.

Business News

German City Designs Traffic Lights for Oblivious Pedestrians

Blinking LED lights are now being placed in the ground at busy intersections for people who look down at their devices while walking.

Business News

Facebook, Google and Twitter Agree to German Ban on Online Hate Speech

The companies will remove offending materials from their networks within 24 hours.

Business News

Microsoft to Offer Cloud Services From Germany to Ease Privacy Fears in Europe

The measure is designed to ensure that clients' data remains in Germany.

Business News

Volkswagen Shares Plunge Amid Emissions Scandal

The car company could face up to $18 billion in penalties.

Business News

Greece Says It May Accept Bailout Offer -- With Conditions

Last night, the struggling nation became the first developed country to default on the International Monetary Fund.

Business News

Amazon's Loan Program for Sellers Expands Into New Markets

Amazon Lending, its business loan program for small sellers, will be available in eight more countries later this year.