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EU Ban on Plastic Bags Making Impact
Shoppers in European countries like Germany or U.K. are getting fewer plastic bags due to a EU directive ...
August 31, 2016
Alhambra: One of Spain’s Greatest Cultural Treasures
If you ever visit Spain you must see Alhambra, the palace and fortress complex located in the city ...
August 13, 2014
Happiest, Gloomiest Countries in the World
Happiness is a combination of high life expectancy, a feeling of well-being, and a low ecological footprint, according ...
July 28, 2013
Floods Yet to Reach Their Peak in Germany
MUNICH, Germany—After nearly two weeks of nonstop heavy rains, Germany is experiencing the worst flooding in a decade. ...
June 8, 2013
DNA Storage for Your Hard Drive
If DNA storage evolvesinto an affordable and quick data storage and retrieval system, Google could store all of ...
February 7, 2013
Aston Martin Gets Italian Funding
Aston Martin, the iconic British car maker mostly known for its sporty vehicles being shown off in James ...
December 17, 2012
German Economy European Exemplar
Germany announced it will balance its budget, achieving zero deficit by 2014—two years sooner than expected. In 2013, ...
October 29, 2012
Russia’s Rosneft Buys British Petroleum Venture
British Petroleum Plc on Oct. 22 sold its 50 percent stake in TNK-BP to Rosneft, Russia’s biggest oil ...
October 24, 2012
Angela Merkel Leaves New Challenger Behind in Polls
Germany's CDU pairs with unpopular FDP, while unpopular SPD pairs with Green Party for 2013 parliamentary elections.
October 1, 2012
European Carmaker Opel to Cut Worker Hours
On the 150th anniversary since its founding, European carmaker Opel is planning to cut the working hours of ...
August 27, 2012
BMW, Toyota Strike Up Partnership
Last week BMW and Toyota signed an agreement to cooperate and share technology.
July 2, 2012
Italy: The Next Bailout Recipient?
Will Italy be the next eurozone country in trouble to ask for a bailout?
June 26, 2012
The Double-Edged Sword of a Banking Union
The eurozone’s crisis is escalating, as Spain was next in line to apply for 100 billion euro ($125 ...
June 12, 2012
Cyprus the Next EU Country to Apply for Bailout
Eurozone worries continue as Cyprus, the smallest EU member, is next in line to apply for financial assistance ...
June 4, 2012
Brazil’s Controversial Forest Bill on Hold
Just weeks ahead of hosting a world forum on sustainable development, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff partially vetoed a ...
May 31, 2012
What a New Currency Would Mean for Greece
All eyes are on Greece’s next election on June 17, which will determine the future of Greece continuing ...
May 29, 2012
Moody’s Downgrades 21 Spanish Banks
Following the downgrade of 26 Italian banks earlier this week, credit ratings firm Moody’s Investors Service downgraded a ...
May 17, 2012
Munich Aims for 100 Percent Clean Energy Consumption by 2020
Munich, Germany is looking to develop its wind power capacity as Germany sheds is reliance of nuclear power.
May 2, 2012
Audi to Set Up Production in Mexico
Met with a recent demand surge, Audi is planning to expand the production of its Q5 high-end SUV ...
April 23, 2012
Germany’s Solar Industry Going Dark
The string of bankruptcies have happened at the same time as the German government’s recent subsidies cut for ...
April 12, 2012
The Shard, Open for Business, Gives London Skyline a Lift
Last week, the last steel frame was put in place to make London’s Shard skyscraper the tallest building ...
April 8, 2012
Lufthansa to Raise Prices, Cut Costs
Lufthansa consists of 13 subsidiary companies or partly owned airlines.
March 22, 2012
Bulgaria Grants Chinese Automaker EU Access: Analysis
Last month, a deal between China’s Great Wall Motors and Bulgaria’s Litex Motors was reached to allow China ...
March 11, 2012
EU’s Own Ratings Agency Coming Into Fruition
After the latest row of downgrades of nine EU countries, European is on its way to establishing its ...
February 7, 2012
German CEOs Open to Exiting Eurozone
While Germany could initially see a decline in exports, business leaders believe that in the long term, exiting ...
January 15, 2012
A ‘Kung-Fu Panda’-Like Dream for Samsung
Samsung Electronics’ origins can be traced to 1938 as a small noodle company. It has now become the ...
January 14, 2012
Volkswagen to Improve Work-Life Balance
Every day after 6:30 p.m., employees’ Blackberry smartphones will not be able to receive any company emails until ...
January 1, 2012
Trump: Report of Iran Capturing CIA Spies Is ‘Totally False’
Trump: Mainstream Media ‘Have Gone Bonkers and No Longer Care What Is Right or Wrong’
Top White House Advisor: ‘Squad’ Wants America to be a ‘Socialist, Open Borders Country’
White House to Urge Pakistani Leader to Ramp Up Anti-Terror Crackdown
Iran Says Breaks up CIA Spy Ring, Some Sentenced to Death: Report
Triad Gangster Attack in Hong Kong After Night of Violent Protests: Lawmaker
Puerto Rico Governor Won’t Seek Re-election, Leaves His Party, but Refuses to Resign
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Appeals Court: Habitual Drunkard Law Too Vague
Trump Vows to Help Angel Mom Banned From Twitter
Illegal Immigrants Coming to US for Surgery: McAleenan