Karoline Durr is a writer based in New York and Berlin. She has covered European business and economics for CNN, CNN International and Bloomberg.
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.
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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.