PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Czech Republic may try to get an observer seat at the euro group of euro zone finance ministers if its decision-making powers are boosted under plans to reshape the European
BERLIN (Reuters) – Multi-million euro bonuses to German car company executives are not fair given the sector’s tarnished image after the emissions scandal, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday.
DETROIT (Reuters) – Federal prosecutors on Friday recommended a three-year prison sentence for Volkswagen AG engineer James Liang for his role in a diesel emissions scandal that has cost
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish mobile infrastructure firm Ericsson is suing French-Chinese smartphone maker Wiko in two German regional courts over patent infringements, it said on Thursday.
By Andrea Shalal
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s state railway monopoly is sticking to its plans to order additional trains from Siemens despite a row between Moscow and the German company over the delivery of turbines to
BERLIN (Reuters) – Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to speed up Germany’s transition to electric vehicles, saying in an interview on Wednesday that efforts would need to be increased if a target of
By Victoria Bryan and Maria Sheahan
BERLIN (Reuters) – A government minister on Tuesday blasted German companies for failing to add more women to their management boards, suggesting the government could impose quotas unless firms acted