Jens Baas, head of Techniker Krankenkasse, in the Handelsblatt Disrupt podcast

Düsseldorf The corona crisis is putting a massive strain on hospitals, and the first intensive care units are already at their limits. Less attention is … Read more

Schools can learn that from business

Berlin Kristina Reiss and Thomas Ogilvie agree: Digitization can be a blessing to better support weaker students individually. Reiss, who is the dean of the … Read more

Ada: Miriam Meckel: “Don’t complain, do it”

Verena Pausder, Léa Steinacker, Andrea Wasmuth and Miriam Meckel (from left) The Handelsblatt Media Group started an ambitious project with ada in 2018. The goal: … Read more

Home office: Despite Corona – hardly any need for a separate office at home

Working from home 23 percent of home buyers value a separate office. (Photo: dpa) Frankfurt In the wake of the corona pandemic, the focus for … Read more

Set a minimum requirement of 24 days of home office per year

Labor Minister Hubertus Heil Not everyone can work from home: “Of course, a baker cannot bake bread rolls from home,” says Heil. (Photo: AFP) Berlin … Read more

Handelsblatt Today podcast: Is the digital euro coming?

Düsseldorf As Facebook announced last year that the group wants to launch its own digital currency called Libra, not only alarmed crypto fans. For the … Read more

SAP extends home office rule until mid-2021

Düsseldorf Most employees have been working at since the outbreak of the corona pandemic SAP from home. It will stay that way until at least … Read more

“Empathy and trust are becoming even more important”

Düsseldorf Birgit Bohle dials into the video conference from her Bonn office. The Telekom HR director uses her iPad for the interview, which is slightly … Read more

Why so many AI projects fail

Düsseldorf Sometimes doors jam, sometimes the transmission fails, sometimes the air conditioning doesn’t work. When the technology goes on strike, the railways experience delays and … Read more