Carsten Knop is business editor at the Frankfurter Allgmeinen Zeitung. Knop studied business administration at the University of Münster and completed an internship at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in 1993. His first editorial position followed his journalistic training in 1995: he went to Düsseldorf for the “Börsen-Zeitung” and in 1996 returned to the Düsseldorf office of the FAZ. After three years of reporting on companies on the Rhine and Ruhr, he went to New York as a business correspondent in May 1999, followed by a move to San Francisco in April 2001 to observe what was happening in “Silicon Valley”. In 2003 he returned to the Frankfurt headquarters, where he has been responsible for corporate reporting since the beginning of 2007 and, since the end of 2014, for economic reporting. Knop is married and has two children.
Again and again one comes across lies, loss of trust and manipulation in management. The fall of Klaus Zumwinkel was a deep one. What is behind it and how did it come to that? A name that creates trust Those who thought they knew Klaus Zumwinkel well described him as someone who could be trusted. From concluding contracts with a handshake Read more
Struggles, sufferings and successes of the company spiegeln often in the person and behavior of the CEO. He is seldom a hero, more often a bogeyman - as in the case of Josef Ackermann. The example of Josef Ackermann Josef Ackermann is described by companions as vain. That vanity may also partly explain why his parting with the Read more
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