Germany’s Economic Backbone Suffers From Soaring Power Prices
Germany's Move to Scrap Coal Will Cost Taxpayers
RWE Fears Lignite Industry Collapse in Hasty Coal Exit by Merkel
Thyssenkrupp Said to Mull Leadership Changes at Industrial Unit
EU budget season kicks off this week with members due to submit their programs and targets to officials in Brussels by Oct. 15
Sunset for Jobs in Germany’s Wind Industry as Companies Shift Abroad
Why Coal Power Is Merkel's Biggest Climate Challenge
Years After Death Call by EON CEO, Carbon Is Alive and Kicking
Merkel Allies Pressure Her to Keep Coal Plants Running
RWE Leads Dax Higher With Earnings Beat Before EON Swap Deal
Thyssenkrupp's Industrial Unit Drags Down Quarterly Earnings
Thyssenkrupp Power Vacuum Is Just the Start of the Breakup Fight
Merkel’s Natural Gas Bridge Looks Like a Dead End to Executives
Thyssenkrupp Activist Investor, Labor Union Call for Peace Talks
Thyssenkrupp’s labor unions and its largest shareholder have continued to argue for keeping the company together.
This comes after Thyssenkrupp’s CEO stepped down earlier this month after the board approved a deal with Tata Steel.
Europe's Blistering Heatwave Is Ruining This Year's Harvest
Thyssenkrupp CEO resigns after merger with Tata Steel faces fierce investor opposition.
Tata Steel, Thyssenkrupp Agree to Create European Steel Company
Thyssenkrupp’s largest investor, Cevian Capital, voted against the deal.
After tripling in value over the past year, European carbon permits might probably fall by December.