Taiwan-based Polytron Technologies promises transparent cellphone by year end

Unfolding a ground-breaking advance in the cellphone arena, Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed that it has developed a generation-next transparent mobile phone; and that the handset will hit the markets by the end of the year.

Aryzta buys German bakery firm Klemme for €280 million

In a strategic move which clearly underscores the potential for a substantial transformation of the European manufacturing business of Aryzta AG, the Irish-Swiss baked food group has recently announced its decision to acquire German bakery company Klemme AG in a €280 million ($376 million) deal.

Angela Merkel expresses caution over use of 'fracking' in Germany

During the course of her address at a Wednesday, February 20, function in Berlin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel cautiously talked about the possible introduction of the revolutionary oil and gas technique of ‘fracking,’ saying that the main concern to be borne in mind while implementing such a move would be public safety.

German antitrust authorities launch investigation into Amazon pricing

Close on the heels of recent damning reports about the alleged mistreatment of Amazon’s temporary workers in Germany, the Federal Antitrust Office said in a Wednesday statement that the online retail biggie has apparently violated German antitrust laws by prohibiting third-party traders to sell their products cheaper elsewhere.