In 2017 Deutsche Bank paid over two billion euros in bonuses to its staff, despite huge losses. Designed as incentives, generous pay awards have become an ethical problem. MADE gives you the latest figures and insider information on the issue.
A salary doubling wanted by the Dutch bank ING for its top manager has again been slammed by the Netherland's government. Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra says ING's board should "reconsider this proposal."
Germany's Constitutional Court has strengthened the rights of parliamentarians to obtain information from the federal government. In a landmark decision, the tribunal has ruled questions should be answered in public.
Together with Oliver Hart, Bengt Holmström receives this year's Nobel economics prize for research on the theory of contracts. We met him to talk about his findings and their importance for the business world.
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