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How much German bosses really earn
Why it is better to be an executive in the chemicals industry in Germany than a female manager in any business? A study exclusive to Handelsblatt reveals how much German CEOs earn.
The sound of not criticizing Italy
Nail-biting over Rome’s budget; dealing with Saudi Arabia; and scared by Trump’s missile pull-out. Our Daily Briefing for October 22.
Hopes of Siemens Iraq deal shrink as US steams in
Four weeks ago, Siemens looked to have closed one of the biggest deals in its history. But Donald Trump seems to have elbowed the company into second place, behind General Electric.
Growth slowdown threatens booming German DAX firms
With the blue-chip DAX index tumbling and Germany's biggest companies slashing their profit forecasts this year, there are growing signs that the country's business boom is coming to an end.
How a woman became the toast of Germany’s brewing scene
Lammsbräu CEO Susanne Horn, a lone woman in Germany’s male-dominated and staunchly traditional brewing industry, has won the respect of her peers by doubling beer sales in a shrinking market.
Germany’s great environmental failure
Not long ago, Germany was seen as a model of climate responsibility. But it will fail to reach its 2020 emissions targets. Is there a way to make industry greener?
Scholz wants minimum corporate tax rate in OECD
Germany's finance minister has proposed introducing a standard to combat tax avoidance – and serve as a replacement for the EU's planned digital tax.
Commerzbank eliminates most individual bonuses in revamp
Germany’s second-largest bank seeks to boost morale with a streamlined plan that rewards whole departments instead of individuals.
Germany can’t be smug about its top innovation ranking
The country will have to get better at embracing disruptive ideas if it wants to retain its global lead as an innovative nation, writes Handelsblatt’s Torsten Riecke.
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