The WSJ's Berlin bureau is looking for a reporter to cover European business and economics from Germany, the continent's biggest economy and market.The country is home to some of the biggest players in some of our most-core sectors, including pharmaceuticals (Bayer), engineering (Siemens) and tech (SAP). RWE is among a group of mostly European green-energy majors that are driving the developed world's energy transition. The country is also filled with giant family-owned firms that have shaken up their respective global industries. JAB has scrambled the global coffee business , while Aldi and Lidl have changed the way Americans shop for food . Germany has also become a key tech battle ground in the fight between Silicon Valley and European regulators -- with the German government and its courts leading the charge in Europe's pushing for privacy safeguards.