US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will make a one-day trip to Germany next Tuesday for talks on the economy and on events in Libya and Iran, the Treasury Department announced on Friday.
Amidst hectic efforts to reach a deal on fixing indicators on global economic imbalances, India, at the G 20 meeting today said it is not responsible for creating volatility in the international markets.
A German court ruled on Friday the world's top cellphone maker Nokia infringed on a patent of German company IPCom, both companies said
The life of Germany's most celebrated playboy has made a big screen splash at the Berlin film festival, offering a riveting portrayal of the Jewish night club mogul who helped post-war Berlin learn to laugh again.
Environmentalists in Germany announced that they would extend their protest against the transportation and recycling of nuclear waste near residential areas and insist on it being stored in a nuclear deposit.
European finance ministers assessed ways of strengthening their 440 billion euro rescue fund on Monday, but Germany remained reluctant to bolster the facility without commitments on closer economic coordination.
Argentina will play Germany in a friendly international in August 2012, it was confirmed by organisers on Wednesday.
Euro zone countries are working on a comprehensive package of measures to try to resolve their year-long debt crisis, with the aim of completing a deal by the end of March.
Germany said on Wednesday it had reached broad agreement with France on steps to boost economic coordination in the euro zone as part of an anti-crisis package also likely to see the scope of Europe's bailout fund bolstered.
Dealmaking is back on the agenda as CEOs step up the hunt for ways to put a multitrillion-dollar cash pile to work, triggering the busiest January for M&A in 11 years.
Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit said on Friday that Germany would not send the bust of an ancient Egyptian queen to modern-day Egypt because it was obtained nearly a century ago.
Billionaire investor George Soros said on Wednesday European governments will have to cut services to bring down deficits, but the crisis has calmed.
France, along with Germany, opposed the creation of a single Eurobond. France's economy minister, Christine Lagarde, in an interview on CNBC, says the foundation needs to be in place before looking at the creation of a single Eurobond as a fix to the eurozone’s mounting issues.
Some Himalayan glaciers are advancing despite an overall retreat, according to a study on Sunday that is a step towards understanding how climate change affects vital river flows from China to India.
Germany's conservative coalition government wants to deliver a comprehensive package soon to strengthen the European rescue fund, the country's Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was quoted as saying on Sunday.
World powers began a final day of talks with Iran on its nuclear programme on Saturday with little sign of any headway that could rescue the Istanbul meeting from failure.
Kamal Sharma, Managing Director of Lupin, started four decades ago almost as a stockiest and C&F agent. Today, his company is one of India’s largest drug manufacturers and the 5th largest generic drug manufacturer in the world.
Fraud, Mother Nature and economics have caused havoc for icewine producers, reducing quantities and increasing prices for the sweet wines that Germans created and Canadians perfected.
Germany faced mounting pressure from its euro zone partners on Friday to boost a rescue fund for troubled member states after French Economy Minister Christine Lagarde said governments were considering expanding it.
Two would-be thieves called in their own crime to police in Germany after they could not escape from a broken-down elevator over the weekend, police said in a statement.
A wallet stuffed with 20 plastic cards and a stroke of luck saved a pub doorman in western Germany from serious injury during a knife attack.
She's middle-aged, gray-haired and stays up all night. Still, Heidi the cross-eyed opossum is Germany's biggest media sensation, and she has not even made her debut at the Leipzig Zoo.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday that Germany is not trying to goad Portugal into accepting a European Union bailout and would not do so in the future either.
Britain plans to auction more radio spectrum in 2012 to mobile telecoms operators who need it to handle increasing amounts of data traffic, communications regulator Ofcom said in a draft annual plan on Friday.
Australia's flood-stricken coal industry was facing lengthy disruptions on Thursday, with one miner saying it could take weeks to drain its pits of water and the biggest coking coal port warning there was a risk its stocks could run out.