FRANKFURT Anyone tempted to #DeleteFacebook after the personal data of millions of users fell into the hands of a political consultancy is still likely to be monitored by the social network, which tracks nearly 30 percent of global website traffic.
BRUSSELS Jean-Claude Juncker won strong backing from the leaders of France and Germany on Friday as the EU chief executive faces criticism from lawmakers for promoting his top aide to run the bloc's civil service.
Germany's economy minister on Friday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to temporarily exclude European Union countries from higher U.S. import duties on steel and aluminium and called for more international cooperation on trade.
PARIS Germany, France and Britain said on Friday they were happy that U.S. President Donald Trump had changed his mind about slapping higher tariffs on European steel.
ESSEN, Germany Germany's top utility E.ON , fresh from agreeing an asset swap with rival RWE , will seek to overcome a decade of losses by focussing on growth in innovative areas, its chief executive said on Thursday.
BERLIN Germany's justice minister said on Thursday she had asked to speak to Facebook executives to find out whether the social media site's 30 million users in the country were affected by a scandal involving the handling of personal data.
BERLIN Growth in Germany's private sector lost a little steam in March as factory output slowed, a survey showed on Thursday, but Europe's biggest economy remains on track for a solid expansion in the first quarter.
WASHINGTON The United States has had constructive talks about the Iran nuclear deal with Britain, France and Germany but is making contingency plans should they fail, the lead U.S. negotiator said on Wednesday.
LONDON Russian President Vladimir Putin will try to bolster Russia's image through hosting the World Cup in much the same way as Adolf Hitler used the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany, Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday.
BERLIN/VIENNA Germany's BfV domestic intelligence agency will have to reassess its ties with Austria if information it passed on was seized during police raids on its Austrian counterpart, the Interior Ministry in Berlin said.
PARIS The French gendarme who voluntarily took the place of a hostage during a deadly supermarket siege in southwestern France on Friday has died, Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said.