Joshua Rupp from Monschau in Germany's Eifel region is already a businessman at age 14. He developed software to help people learn vocabulary. The software isn't only used at his school, it's also being marketed professionally.
Federal agencies in the US have 90 days to wipe Kaspersky software from their computers. Officials are concerned about the Russian company's ties to the Kremlin and possible threats to national security.
An increasing number of German entrepreneurs are taking their startups to Asia. Christian Geissendoerfer, CEO of German Accelerator Southeast Asia, talks to DW about the dos and don'ts when striking out in the Far East.
Cambodia's young entrepreneurs are taking advantage of social programs to start enterprises from scratch and help improve their communities.
Opportunities for business rarely come to mind when countries like Afghanistan or Bolivia come up. That’s something that young entrepreneurs are trying to change, and they are getting some support from Germany.
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