Brexit: Deutsche Bank and UBS announce plans - Shortage of specialists hits Germany's AI ambitions
For vinyl lovers the act of placing the needle on a record and anticipating the crackle before the first bars ring out is a sensory and sensual thrill. A no-deal Brexit could nip that in the (ear)bud. Rob Mudge reports.
Germany's economy minister, Peter Altmaier, wants German companies to receive state support to compete against innovative firms in the US and China. Critics say the plan is incompatible with a free market economy.
A little over a year until its 150th anniversary, Germany's biggest lender is facing trying times. Still struggling to emerge from the financial crisis, Deutsche Bank can't find a cure to its ills, says Henrik Böhme.
Warsaw wants Poles in the UK to come home and help the booming economy, well, keep booming. London now says it wants them to stay, but where does that leave the almost 1 million people caught in the middle?
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