Chairman of the supervisory board of Deutsche Börse calls for more help

Munich Joachim Faber, 69, is as familiar with start-ups as he is with share prices. The supervisory board chief of Deutsche Börse AG is involved in some young companies. Now …

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Dependency on foreign capital is becoming a problem for start-ups

Düsseldorf, Hamburg German start-up financiers warn of a bottleneck because foreign investors are withdrawing in the crisis. According to a study published in advance by the Handelsblatt, the proportion of …

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AMS is confident about a billion dollar capital increase

Dusseldorf The time for a capital increase worth billions could hardly be more unfavorable: The Austrian sensor specialist AMS wants to collect more than 1.6 billion euros to partially finance …

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Wirecard competitor Adyen continues to grow

Pieter van der Does The Adyen company boss continues to see strong, profitable growth. (Photo: Adyen) Frankfurt Adyen is considered a star among payment service providers. But the expectations of …

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