IKEA is the place to go for inexpensive furniture. But in Germany, it's also the place to go for a cheap meal, daycare and all kinds of social services. From Berlin, Kyle James has the story.
In Europe, the Swedish furniture stores have become a destination. Some have restaurants inside, and the eateries have taken on a life of their own. Kyle James reports from Berlin.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with President Bush tomorrow. Relations between the two countries have been chilly due to differences over Iraq, but Bush and Merkel now have a shot at a fresh start. From Berlin, Kyle James looks at some of the economic issues in play.
In Europe, professional (American-style) football has been fighting for survival. It loses money every year, but managers have a new strategy to keep the league from going under. Kyle James reports.
From Berlin, Kyle James looks at what one German company - and indeed, the whole country - is doing to get its workers to stop complaining about their jobs and look on the bright side of life.
Europe's $35 billion arms market has thus far been left out of E.U. trade rules, and weapons makers on the continent have been suffering. Now, as Kyle James reports from Berlin, officials have a plan to change that.
15 years after East and West Germany got back together, the European Continent's biggest economy is mired in a slump. Kyle James reports from Germany.