Wirecard Files for Insolvency After Revealing Accounting Hole

Battered German fintech company Wirecard AG said it is filing for insolvency proceedings, days after revealing that more than $2

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Apple Faces Two EU Antitrust Probes Over Apps

BRUSSELS—European Union antitrust authorities launched two formal probes into whether Apple Inc. violated competition laws through its Apple Pay service

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How Germany Kept Its Factories Open During the Pandemic

MULFINGEN, Germany—When much of Europe’s economy shut down in mid-March, business kept right on going at Ebm-papst Group, a fan

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U.K. Cybersecurity Chief Pivots to New Coronavirus Threats

LONDON—A week into Britain’s coronavirus lockdown, Ciaran Martin pored over data about the rising tide of cyber scams targeting pandemic

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German Industrial Firms Plan to Build Private 5G Networks

German car manufacturers, chemical companies and other industrial firms are taking steps toward creating their own private 5G networks, leapfrogging

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Russia’s Rosneft Plans to Sell All Assets Related to Venezuela

MOSCOW—In an unexpected move, Russian state oil giant Rosneft announced that it would halt all activities in Venezuela and sell all

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Europe Tracks Residents’ Phones for Coronavirus Research

Many European telecommunications companies are sharing mobile location data with governments to follow people’s movements after coronavirus lockdowns, focusing on

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WSJ News Exclusive | Airbnb Bookings Plunge Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Airbnb Inc.’s bookings are tanking in major cities world-wide amid the coronavirus pandemic, new data show, compounding the pain for

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European Governments, Airlines Scramble to React to U.S. Travel Ban

LONDON—Governments and airlines scrambled to react to the announcement of a near-blanket travel ban to the U.S. for most Europeans,

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