Berlin artists protest against Tacheles closure

Berlin artists protest against Tacheles closure

The remaining artists of the art complex Tacheles organized a protest Saturday against the impending clearance of Berlin's trendy tourist trap and art icon.

Nuke shutdown could boost energy profits

Nuke shutdown could boost energy profits

Energy corporation RWE confirmed Saturday that if electricity prices rose as a result of nuclear power station closures, the company stands to make a bigger profit in the long term.

Brüderle wants Libya’s assets for relief aid

Brüderle wants Libya’s assets for relief aid

Economy Minister Rainer Brüderle wants to confiscate the financial assets of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi frozen in Germany to fund humanitarian relief.

Late goal keeps Mainz on course for Europa League

Late goal keeps Mainz on course for Europa League

Mainz striker André Schürrle scored a late goal to seal his side's 1-0 win over bottom side Borussia Mönchengladbach in the German league on Friday to keep his team on course for a place in Europe.

Industrial espionage a growing threat

Industrial espionage a growing threat

The German domestic intelligence agency, or Verfassungsschutz, has warned mid-sized companies to be more vigilant of cyber-attacks, which increased in 2010.

Industry boss sentenced to jail in Italy

Industry boss sentenced to jail in Italy

An Italian court on Friday sentenced German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp's director-general in Italy to 16.5 years in jail for the deaths of seven workers after a fire at its Turin plant in December 2007.