When firms conspire, customers, suppliers and competitors lose out. Cartels may be illegal in Germany, but they are not a rarity. Collusion has affected the sausage, chocolate and the beer business. Is nothing sacred?
If there is one thing Angela Merkel can depend on, it's a broadside from Donald Trump. The US president has interfered in the German government's asylum crisis. That won't bring the chancellor down, says Jens Thurau.
An epileptic boy suffered heavy seizures and was hospitalized after UK customs officers seized medicinal cannabis oil from his mother. The case sparked outrage and prompted Home Secretary Sajid Javid to intervene.
A special prosecutor now says two cyclists from Germany and Poland who went missing in Mexico were murdered. Authorities had earlier claimed they had ridden off a cliff even though one was decapitated and the other shot.
Digitalization and e-commerce have created a whole new wave of entrepreneurship and women are part of the revolution. A new initiative for female entrepreneurs aims to provide them with the necessary digital training.
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