German companies are keeping a keen eye on political developments in the United States. Those with unfinished business are hoping for a stable transition of power. This time, the stakes are especially high.
German chemicals giant Bayer claims it has found malware from a Winnti hacker group in China which attacked the company in early 2018. The attack is part of a rising wave of cyberattacks worrying firms.
Donald Trump's threat of auto tariffs has finally spurred EU leaders into action on a new trade deal with Washington. As the US president seeks reelection next year, will Europe hold more clout in upcoming negotiations?
Volkswagen Slovakia is laying off 3,000 people by June as the parent company shifts its focus to electric vehicles. The domestic economy is heavily dependent on car production, and EU emissions targets mean big changes.
Facing their biggest scandal in recent history, German automakers are scrambling to save face. Environmentalists view their overtures with skepticism, but say recent developments point to a tipping point on the horizon.
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