For every start-up that makes it, nine others will falter. Even though failure in business is a regular occurrence, hardly anyone wants to talk about it. Oliver Lünstedt speaks openly about his business flop and tells other entrepreneurs his story.
A Dutch entrepreneur has created a robot which is supposed to help you get a good night's sleep. It mimics the breathing of a baby to get you to drift off. But does it actually work?
Many Germans still remember Berlin's demolished Palace of the Republic, but the draft for a new East German constitution from 1990 is widely forgotten. An art event revisits the symbolic charge of the two phantoms.
The grieving family of the first victim killed in last year's Berlin Christmas market attack is still waiting for Chancellor Angela Merkel to send her condolences. Frank Hofmann met the truck driver's parents in Poland.
A year ago, all appeared to be well in German football. Now, in view of the failure to advance to the knockout stages of the World Cup in Russia, coaches are trying to figure out how things went so terribly wrong.
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