We visit some innovative entrepreneurs in Europe who let the customers dictate what their shoes should look like, what ingredients their chocolates should have and how their perfume should smell.
From mandatory coffins to the time-honored "corpse snack," Germany has an array of burial laws, funeral traditions and customs through which nearly one million people pass through each year en route to the afterlife.
Apple has debuted its largest-ever iPhone to compete with Samsung, which has led the trend toward big-screen phones. European customers will have to dig deeper into their pockets for the new devices than those in the US.
Germany’s development minister Gerd Müller is promoting a "customs-free trade deal in Africa" ahead of his seven-nation Africa visit. Experts say the real issues are being ignored.
A major train derailment in the Australian outback has halted a chunk of the country's iron ore exports to China. The incident exposed the fragility of miners' supply chains and their dependence on growth in China.
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