Germany's top airline Lufthansa cut its 2008 operating profit target to €1.1 billion ($1.4 billion) on Tuesday owing to "record" fuel costs, weaker demand and the global financial crisis.
He is as loved by Hoffenheim fans as much as he is loathed by supporters of their Bundesliga rivals, but German entrepreneur Dietmar Hopp has realised his dream of putting his team top of the league.
Not very, according to a British consumer survey published last October ranking Berlin 32nd on the list of the world’s greenest cities, behind almost every major western city. How much should we trust the study? Ben Knight reassesses the situation for Exberliner Magazine.
The Internet auction site Ebay is relocating its marketing and technology departments from Dreilinden near Berlin to London and Zurich, the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported this week citing company insiders.
The father of a Bundeswehr soldier recently killed in Afghanistan has accused the German government and armed forces of sending troops into combat ill-prepared.
A Magdeburg clothing store that carries the “Thor Steinar” brand favoured by German neo-Nazis must close its doors after a higher regional court rejected an appeal to an earlier eviction ruling on Tuesday.
The days might be getting shorter and colder in Germany, but that didn't stop two amorous couples from getting busy in public in recent unrelated incidents in Munich and Dresden.
A 43-year-old Swedish man has landed himself in hot water with German police after he tried to smooth over the cracks of a marital tiff with a dramatic but entirely fabricated crime.
The world leader in business software, German IT giant SAP, said Monday that it had dropped its 2008 financial targets because of the uncertain economic environment.
A man who lost his citizenship after he was found to be an ex-Nazi has lost his appeal to a Canadian court.
German consumers have shown a “comparatively cool-headed” reaction to ongoing financial turmoil, with a key confidence index compiled by the GfK institute remaining stable, it said Tuesday.
Europe's biggest telephone company Deutsche Telekom has suspended four employees almost a year after it became known that it spied on journalists, daily Handelsblatt reported on Tuesday.
Germany stands ready to help Pakistan overcome its security and economic problems to help promote peace in the wider region, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier there on Tuesday.