Could Paris become Europe's answer to Silicon Valley? After all, startups there are now getting more capital than companies in Berlin. But startups don't have it easy in France, where bureaucracy is burdensome and staff is hard to find.
The German engineering giant has unveiled plans to build a huge innovation campus in Berlin, harking back to its early days in the German capital and aiming to rival Silicon Valley in the United States.
Tired of corruption and slow EU integration, many young Moldovans are emigrating. There is no one who does not want to leave, they say. But some remain precisely for this reason, out of concern for their homeland.
Saving lives, helping those with disabilities and fighting climate change — those are some of the reasons why an organization of rabbis is honoring tech startups which they believe are helping to make a better world.
Station F, touted as the "world's largest incubator" for new companies, is already boosting Paris' reputation among investors. But can it help turn France into a startup hub? DW's Lisa Louis reports.
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