Advertisers in Germany may feel they are getting a bum deal, but company logos and other adverts may be appearing on players' shorts in the Bundesliga soon.
Employees at a Nokia plant to be closed in Bochum, Germany said Wednesday they are pleased with the €200 million severance package the cell phone maker has offered.
A small German bank on Wednesday became the country's first lender to fold since the subprime crisis began after regulators ordered it to cease operations and initiated insolvency proceedings.
German church officials are demanding the return of two pieces of Reformation-era altar art worth an estimated €1 million and stolen out of a village church almost 30 years ago.
German police intervened Wednesday after an 89-year-old man accidentally steered his electric wheelchair onto a four-lane highway.
Volkswagen's China operation has signed an agreement to buy a plant formerly run by a joint venture of Italy's Fiat in the country's east, the German auto giant's local partner said Wednesday.
Frank Zappa’s widow took the musician’s own German fan club to court on Wednesday to prevent them from calling their annual music festival the Zappanale.
For the first time in the country's roadway history, a German state has set a speed limit on its autobahns.
The German government was due to face questioning in parliament on Wednesday on whether officials knew that soldiers had moonlighted as trainers for Libya's security forces in 2005 and 2006.
German state-regulated health insurance companies are not required to cover the cost of erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, according to a decision released by the country's high court on Wednesday.
A new poll shows that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is enjoying her best approval rating ever.
FC Bayern Munich coach Ottmar Hitzfeld warned that his side will be fired up and "angry" for Thursday night's UEFA Cup quarterfinal match at Getafe in south Madrid.
German unemployment is likely to sink below three million this autumn amid strong job creation early this year, according to leading economists.
Berlin's left-wing daily newspaper the Berliner Zeitung has been rocked by revelations top members of its editorial staff worked for East German secret police the Stasi, writes AFP's Brett Neely.