Siemens, Alstom Mount Last-Ditch Effort to Save Deal
German Lenders Said to Discuss Last-Minute Bid to Save NordLB
Siemens-Alstom Assets Draw Bids Amid Push to Sway EU
UBS wants Meissner to join in a senior role that would put him in position to take over as chief executive officer.
UBS Said to Intensify Succession Planning for CEO Sergio Ermotti
A German Lender's Woes Could Ripple Through the Banking System
Ex-Porsche CEO Backs Effort to Delay Death of Combustion Engine
Germany Intensifies Plans to Fix Deutsche Bank With Merger
Singer's Elliott Builds Bayer Stake in Breakup Push
BASF, CVC Explore Forming Construction-Chemicals Giant
Deutsche Bank Stress Test CET1 Ratio Hit About 8 Percent
Merkel's One-Time Rival Spies Chance to Get Even After 16 Years
Plan could create Germany’s second-biggest bank by assets.
Nidec, Schaeffler Vie for $1 Billion Asia Component Firm
Novogratz Says Tether's Lack of Transparency Hurts Crypto Coin
Bayer Weighs Selling Its Vet Unit in Post-Monsanto Revamp
Volkswagen Is Near Hiring Top Banks for Truck Unit IPO
IPO Beckons for Magic Mushroom Research Into Depression
Company’s supervisory board named Bernhard Pellens as its chairman and Guido Kerkhoff as chief executive officer.
The Breakup of a German Icon Hands Activists a Big Win
Thyssenkrupp AG is considering splitting into two companies by spinning off non-steel operations.