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Germany’s biggest bank is appointing its first non-German speaking CEO, reawakening fears that its domestic clout is on the wane. The bank responded by giving him a co-chief who speaks the language.
Ambassador Philip Murphy speaks out on the European debt crisis, the importance of Berlin on the world stage, and what Germans really think of Barack Obama.
After bruising vote, Christian Wulff takes presidency while Merkel hopes for fresh start.
The traditionally neutral state has lost more than its honor in the years-long dispute with Libya.
Want your own "little Sputnik?" You may soon get the chance.
Can VW conquer America with "Das Auto?"
How creativity is helping the German capital cope with economic crisis.
A closer look at the crackdown on banks that help the rich avoid taxes.
Even in crisis, Germans know a good deal when they see one.
Opinion: Don't expect much from "Madame No" in London.