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Financial Times Deutschland

The Financial Times Deutschland was founded under the supervision of the former editor-in-chief of the British Financial Times, Andrew Gowers. It created a stir in 2002 when it made recommendations on which party to vote for, as Anglo-Saxon newspapers tend to do. Until 2008, the FTD was a joint enterprise between the Gruner und Jahr publishing house and the British Pearson Publishing Group. Gruner und Jahr became the sole owner in January 2008. This means the FTD is indirectly owned by the Bertelsmann AG media group.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal, business-oriented
Circulation: 101,000 (2010)
Frequency of publication: Published on stock trading days

Location: Hamburg, Germany
Publisher: Gruner und Jahr
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2000

Phone: 0049-(0)4031990-0

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1.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 03/09/2012

Tax CDs are Germany's only weapon

Germany's Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger announced on Saturday plans to prevent the purchase of CDs containing data about tax evaders. The liberal Financial Times Deutschland ... » more

2.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 27/08/2012

Apple patent dispute will bring diversity in the long run

The US computer giant Apple has won two separate cases in its patent dispute with Samsung. Samsung was ordered on Friday to take some of ... » more

3.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 27/06/2012

Euro failing due to lack of economic union

Europe has reached a crossroads with the Brussels summit, Wolfgang Münchau writes in the liberal business paper Financial Times Deutschland, fearing that the the lack ... » more

4.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 06/01/2012

Exert pressure with money

The EU and IMF should only provide highly indebted Hungary with the funds it needs if the Orbán government rolls back its controversial state reforms, ... » more

5.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 13/07/2011

Finally admit that Greece is bankrupt

The longer the Eurozone's finance ministers in Brussels struggle to find a solution to the crisis, the more the business newspaper Financial Times Deutschland is ... » more

6.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 07/03/2011

No-fly zone means war

Imposing a no-fly zone over Libya could prevent airborne attacks on the Libyan population and oil terminals, but it would also mean war, writes the ... » more

7.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 20/01/2011

Debt relief for Greece good option

The countries of the Eurozone are considering measures for debt relief for Greece in a bid to stabilise the country. Private investors are also called ... » more

8.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 29/10/2010

The euro crisis was never over

After going through a crisis last May the euro has once again hit the 1.40 dollar mark. The interest rates for Portuguese and Irish government ... » more

9.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 26/02/2010

Mafia scandal damages major Italian companies

A mafia scandal has rocked Telecom Italia. Two billion euros in mafia money are said to have gone through the books without the management knowing. ... » more

10.  Financial Times Deutschland - Germany | 04/08/2009

Donations affair still casts a cloud over Helmut Kohl's time as chancellor

On Monday Canada extradited weapons lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber, a protagonist in the donations scandal involving Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, to Germany. The liberal ... » more


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