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The Challenges to Germany’s Economy—in 11 Charts

September 22, 2017 |

After a strong recovery under Merkel, the economy is vulnerable to changes sweeping the world. What’s News Europe

May Calls for Two-Year Brexit Transition Period

September 22, 2017 |

British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed a transition period of “around two years” following the U.K.’s exit from the European Union to allow businesses and public services to adjust to Brexit. What’s News Europe

Even in Staid Germany, Protest Parties Poised to Gain Ground

September 22, 2017 |

Germany’s seemingly predictable election campaign may well have a twist in its tail. If the last opinion polls before Sunday’s parliamentary elections are a guide, the crumbling of Europe’s old political order is affecting even the continent’s bastion of stability. What’s News Europe

Facebook Says It Will Hand Over Russia-Backed Ads to Congress

September 22, 2017 |

Facebook, under fire for its response to Russian activity on its site before the U.S. presidential election, agreed to hand over detailed information on thousands of Russian-backed ads to congressional investigators. US Business

How Grocery Giant Aldi Plans to Conquer America: Limit Choice

September 22, 2017 |

Born in the ashes of WWII, the secretive German supermarket chain Aldi offers shoppers limited choices and rock-bottom prices—a formula expected to roil an American grocery market already undergoing dramatic change. US Business

EU Urges U.K. to Swiftly Address Brexit Stalemate

September 21, 2017 |

On the eve of a closely watched speech on Brexit by U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, the European Union’s chief negotiator said Britain needs to speedily present concrete proposals on all the main sticking points for talks to advance. What’s News Europe

The Secret of Angela Merkel’s Longevity: Strategic Flip-Flops

September 21, 2017 |

The German chancellor’s party is heavily favored in elections this weekend, which likely will result in her securing a fourth term. Interviews show how her success comes from an uncanny ability to shift decisively with the political wind. What’s News Europe

Anti-Immigrant Party Draws In More Germans as Vote Nears

September 21, 2017 |

In the last week of what is expected to be Angela Merkel’s successful bid for re-election, the Alternative for Germany is creeping up in the polls as it sounds the alarm about what it says is an existential threat posed by Muslim immigration. What’s News Europe

Amazon Puts Whole Foods on Fast Track to Conventional Supermarket

September 21, 2017 |

Whole Foods will change the way companies can sell and market their products beginning next year, banning ‘brand advocates’ from stores and pushing sellers to pitch to the grocer’s Austin, Texas headquarters. US Business

Pfizer Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against J&J

September 21, 2017 |

Pfizer filed suit against Johnson & Johnson alleging it has thwarted competition to its arthritis drug Remicade by effectively preventing health insurers, hospitals and clinics from offering Pfizer’s lower-priced copy. US Business