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The most important news about the economy, industry and the economy: companies, collective bargaining and the labor market in the economic crisis.

New breakdown: Volkswagen plans to recall 56,000 Golf models

Volkswagen AG The Golf 8 continues to give the main plant in Wolfsburg a headache. According to information in the…

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BlackRock managed power to record high

This is evident from figures for the fourth quarter. The American company owes the increase mainly to the sharply increased…

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Increased accident risk: Mercedes-Benz has to call back the S-Class

Daimler boss Ola Källenius in the new Factory 56. Photo: Daimler The Stuttgart-based Daimler Group has to order its new…

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L’Oréal moves 100 Brussels jobs to Amsterdam: “We assume that many people will move”

The French cosmetics group L’Oréal wants to set up a single organization for the Benelux in the Amsterdam area, which…

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BIP Germany: Corona is causing one of the worst recessions

Corona Borealis Studio / Shutterstock The Corona year 2020 caused one of the worst recessions of the post-war period in…

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Adyen loses on strong stock market | Financial

At ten past twelve, the AEX is 0.8% higher at 649.7 points. At the start of the trading day, the…

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Rock Tech Lithium share: Steep rise after Peter Thiel joined the company

Investor Peter Thiel. John Lamparski / Getty Images The carbon footprint of e-cars is often discussed. Without question, when driving…

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GroenLinks wants paid corona leave for parents

Why is this plan necessary? “We receive a lot of signals from parents that they are no longer able to…

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VW and Ferdinand Piech apparently wanted to take over Tesla in 2013

A Tesla Model S is exhibited at a trade fair in Beijing. picture alliance / dpa / MAXPPP Ferdinand Piëch…

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Intel shines on Wall Street after announcing new CEO | Financial

The leading Dow Jones index was slightly lower in trading at 31,060.47 points. The broad S&P 500 rose 0.2 percent…

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