German President Horst Köhler on Tuesday called for Germany to engage in further reform and modernization of the economy and society.
The troubled former contestant of Heidi Klum's show Germany's Next Top Model was acquitted of drunk driving by a court in Nuremberg on Tuesday.
German investor confidence has plunged to the lowest level since late 1992, a survey showed on Tuesday, due to record oil prices and expectations of higher borrowing costs in the euro zone.
German auto manufacturer Daimler said on Tuesday it would buy back about 96.4 million of its own shares, some 10 percent of its outstanding stock, for up to €6 billion ($9.3 billion).
German politicians on Tuesday warned against forgetting an East German uprising brutally put down by the Soviets 55 years ago on June 17, 1953.
Just in time for the Euro 2008 football tournament, German high-tech firm Carl Zeiss says it has created the world’s smallest football pitch.
Germany’s most important literature award, the Georg Büchner Prize, has been awarded this year to Austrian novelist Josef Winkler, the German Academy for Speech and Composition announced on Tuesday in Darmstadt.
The German pharmaceutical laboratory Boehringer Ingelheim said on Tuesday that it intended to buy US biotechnology specialist Actimis for up to $515 million (€330 million).
Nature protection organization BUND has called the German government’s proposed environmental code book (UGB) “inadequate” and has warned its failings could triple the cost of drinking water.
Using mobile and cordless telephones does not pose a cancer risk for adults, according to a study by Germany's Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS) to be presented on Tuesday.
Poland and Germany urged EU states to push ahead with ratifying the bloc’s reforming Lisbon Treaty, despite the crisis sparked by Ireland’s rejection of it in a referendum.