Directors of distressed German business lender IKB faced furious shareholders on Thursday who voiced anger over the management of one of the country's biggest US subprime market victims.
Talks by EADS to sell three German plants to the private equity firm Cerberus and OHB Technology's MT Aerospace unit have collapsed, it's aircraft manufacturing unit Airbus said on Thursday.
Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher followed up the third-place on his motorbike race debut in Hungary last week with first place in Barcelona.
Germany faces the threat of more crippling strikes after arbitration talks in the ongoing public sector wage dispute collapsed on Thursday in Friedrichshafen.
Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof museum for contemporary art might be honouring German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans with a retrospective, but Daniel Miller isn’t buying into the hype.
A Russian artist who faced charges three years ago of "inflaming religious hatred" over a Moscow exhibition has gone missing in Berlin, where she has lived since November, police said Thursday.
Two German soldiers in Afghanistan were seriously injured and a third was slightly wounded in an attack west of Kunduz, the German military said on Thursday.
This Week's Highlights: Berlin's got a new art gallery, Frankfurt's celebrating spring, and Germany's littlest giraffe turns two-months-old.
The planned construction of the high-tech Transrapid maglev train in Bavaria has been cancelled due to massive cost increases, Germany's transportation minister announced on Thursday.
German worker’s union Verdi has called for employees who have been spied on by the Lidl grocery chain to sue the company for damages.
Hamburg’s spectacular new philharmonic concert hall will reportedly cost up to €20 million than previously planned.
Only days after a German woman was killed after someone threw a wood block onto her car from an Autobahn overpass, a motorist in the Ruhr Valley avoided injury in a similar incident.
German consumers have a slightly brighter outlook this month despite chronic financial turbulence, a survey by the GfK institute showed on Thursday.
Hundreds of French orphans whose fathers died after being conscripted by Nazi Germany during World War II have lodged a case against the German government at the European Court of Human Rights.