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DW style guru Gerhard Elfers recommends steering clear of cheap suits, if possible. His advice is to buy good quality garments secondhand or when they're on offer. But if you do have a cheap suit, all is not lost.
The Boardroom is an employment agency that helps corporate types get a new job after their careers take an unpleasant turn. Managing director Claus Verfurth knows how it feels. He too was once fired.
Inventions like computers and telephones took time to change societies. What are the earmarks of a groundbreaking invention? MADE takes a closer look at a few products that fundamentally altered our world - and the people who profited from them.
Single-use plastic bags are illegal in Bangladesh, but they're often used anyway because there's no clear substitute for them. Now a researcher has managed to turn jute into a material that looks very similar, but is completely biodegradable.
Germany needs expertise from abroad, and a big hurdle for foreigners trying to apply for work there is getting recognition for qualifications received abroad. Tarek Khouli's degree from Syria was finally accepted by the authorities.
Twenty years ago, Vimlendu Jha set up the environmental organization Swechha. It collects garbage from the streets of Delhi. Now its for-profit arm is upcycling some kinds of waste. The proceeds help fund other environmental projects.
A Haifa local leads the way through the beautiful port city in Israel. The tour includes the Baha'i Gardens, a cable car journey up Mount Carmel and a visit to the Wadi Nisnas neighborhood.
Located in the heart of the government quarter of Berlin, the Memorial of the murdered Jews of Euope has been a magnet for visitors since its opening in 2005. From praise to harsh criticism has it received a lot of public attention. But what is it...
Elizabeth Warren couldn't be accused of forgetting where she came from: in her home state of Oklahoma and elsewhere, she emphasizes the dramatic differences between then and now for the working class.
In India women are still underrepresented in the labor market. Patriarchal structures, sexual discrimination and worries about their security make it difficult for women to find jobs. An initiative wants to change this.
Monk parakeets from South America are multiplying in Madrid and endangering Spain's native birds. Bird conservationists and the city of Madrid want to take drastic measures to tackle the green parakeets.
Omer Akdogan's been fixing cars in Berlin for 25 years. Now he runs a garage specializing in Mercedes taxis, which means his colorful crew has to work fast. Especially when special clients come with urgent requests.
Audi's top of the range SUV is all about power, size, speed and price. In short, it's a big show off. Especially on the winding roads of Teneriffe. But what is the use if it's tested by someone who's not into it?
"Mr. Johnny" dreams of a Porsche Cayenne. Now he drives a Toyota taxi in Bangkok, full of his daughter's paintings and German football stickers. He's made it his own, but he still answers to his "real boss" - his wife.
In Good Shape meets specialist Dr. Fernando Dimeo at a sports medicine treatment facility in Berlin. He knows the most frequent causes of back pain, and shows how to prevent it - and how to provide relief through exercise.
Our resident wise man Olaf Krieger says it is important to take a true break during the working day. He demonstrates the benefits by heading to a tranquil refuge, far from the office.
EVs are so quiet they can be dangerous, so the EU is requiring an acoustic warning device. The buzzing noise they produce is less thrilling than the roar of a combustion engine sports car. Sound designers are working on fake authentic sounds.
Thanks to Leitah Mkhabela and her all-female gamekeeper crew, the Black Mambas, the number of poached rhinoceroses in South Africa's Balule Reserve has been steadily decreasing.
Hunting and illegal trading pose a threat to hawksbill sea turtles on the Solomon Islands. Local women are working together to protect the turtles' breeding grounds in the country's first-ever national park.
Transport strikes in France have reached week six, and they're now the longest in the country's history. The strikes have been especially hard for Parisians, but the protesters have shown no signs of relenting.