European e-bike start-ups Cowboy, Dance, VanMoof have all raised money from venture capitalists recently.
Up to the start of the pandemic, Germany had long been a supporter of fiscal prudency but that has changed with coronavirus.
Amid protests taking place in response to police brutality against black Americans, murals honoring George Floyd have cropped up around the world.
A number of protests against the government's coronavirus policy and restrictive measures took place in various Germany cities, including Berlin, Munich and Stuttgart, on Saturday.
Germany is experiencing an "unprecedented" drop in employment levels, the German economic institute Ifo said on Tuesday, as the coronavirus pandemic hits Europe's growth engine.
Germany is about to unveil new measures to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus, in what analysts are describing as a "game changer."
CITY OF BERLIN TO GRADUALLY CLOSE SCHOOLS, REDUCE PUBLIC TRANSPORT FROM NEXT WEEK OVER CORONAVIRUS- N-TV.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested that her government's priority is about "slowing its spread."
The Italian prime minister vowed a "massive" economic stimulus as the coronavirus spreads throughout the country and pushes it toward recession.
A potential relaxation of German spending rules is a "false alert," analysts have told CNBC after reports the country's finance chief is willing to load up on new debt.
The prospect of an impending German recession jumped on Friday after the country published its worst industrial production figures since January 2009.
The year ahead is likely to provide the most profound trial yet for that thesis and for the durability of China's rise.
Volkswagen Group has pledged to launch eight new electric and hybrid cars in 2020.
Politicians, unions and industry groups have welcomed the move, saying it will bring jobs to the region, but environmental concerns drove hundreds of locals to the streets on Saturday.
U.S. isolationism, European disunity, and growing nationalism and populism within democracies are among the issues confronting world leaders.
One must travel to the Middle East to better sense the earthquake set off by the US drone strike that killed Iran's legendary General Qasem Soleimani a week ago, writes Fred Kempe.
Tesla stock has been on a tear this quarter that has boosted its value more than 60% in the fourth quarter to about $75 billion.
There are plenty of risks ahead, from North Korea to global warming, I'll instead close my year on a more hopeful note, writes Fred Kempe.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said it would expel two German diplomats from Moscow in a tit-for-tat response after Berlin last week ordered the expulsion of two Russian diplomats.