The German Award for Innovation (Deutscher Innovationspreis) has been initiated by Accenture, Evonik, EnBW, Wirtschaftswoche and Veranstaltungsforum der Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck GmbH under patronage of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
What does WIWO stand for?
WIWO stands for WirtschaftsWoche (German business magazine)
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3m) from the sale of its services business, magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported during the weekend, citing a company manager.
uk Auto Business News - 18 December 2012 The WirtschaftsWoche business magazine and the Altran Foundation for Innovation have recognised the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand with the 'Sustainovation Award 2012' award.
According to German weekly Wirtschaftswoche newspaper, the new 'Popemobile' will be based on the four-wheel-drive M Class Mercedes with hybrid electric-gas motor, reports the Fox News.
In cooperation with the German weekly Wirtschaftswoche, the Society awards a Schumpeter Prize.
Separately, Nicholas declined to comment on a Wirtschaftswoche magazine report that BP may sell Aral, its German fuel retail network.
uk The European Central Bank (ECB) is likely to start exiting the current period of loose monetary policy in July, Dow Jones has reported, citing a separate report by Wirtschaftswoche.
At a time when the debate is being carried out so publicly, such a strong statement on the television is not helpful," Rainer Bruederle was quoted as saying on the website of the financial weekly Wirtschaftswoche during a visit to Singapore on Saturday.