With European stock markets down for the third trading day, Michelin – the world’s second-largest tyre maker – was a rare riser on the CAC 40 on
France Telecom Orange is the leading telecommunications operator in France and is one of the most active internationally, with a turnover of 46
Is French media and telecoms conglomerate Vivendi going to merge its mobile phone operator SFR with cable company Numericable? The rumour boosted
As part of the Women’s Forum in Deauville, one particular section was dedicated to young talent. “Rising Talents” is a growing initiative that
Around a thousand participants from the world of business gathered in Deauville Northern France, for the eighth edition of the Women’s Forum
PPR’s decision to spin off its Fnac unit, its entertainment goods subsidiary, was welcomed by the markets on Wednesday in Paris.
The French retail
An unexpected move by Alstom to increase its capital in order to fund acquisitions has raised concerns about its financial strength.
Taxing the rich to give to the poor, or at least to reduce the budget deficit. Some say this is the main message behind French president Francois
Struggling French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen is about to sell a controlling stake in GEFCO, its subsidiary that transports vehicles for delivery
Building better minds is part of the aim of education and cognitive science can help.
In this edition of Learning World we visit a specialist
First-half results from French conglomerate Bouygues deeply disappointed investors and their response was merciless.
The share price plunged
French Socialist President François Hollande returned from his summer vacation a few days ago. He has a lot of work to do, into a stiff headwind of
More bad news for Alcatel-Lucent as the French-American telephone equipment maker gave up on achieving its 2012 profit margin target.
The gentle summer song of road diggers has never been more welcome in Europe! It is music to the ears in these times of economic crisis because it
A French company is growing fast as it exploits a technology to ‘milk’ precious products from plants.
“We produce molecules from plants that
PSA Peugot Citroën’s shares gained on a report that it is to cut more jobs than originally planned this year in France, up to 10,000.
Crédit Agricole’s share price surged on word that the French bank is starting to pull out of Greece.
Three Greek lenders are said to have shown
Before being populated by tourists for the summer season, the seaside resort of La Baule, in north-west France hosts investment experts as part of
A warning from France’s Danone on profitability because of declining sales in Southern Europe disappointed its investors and caused its shares to
Three years: that’s the time Carrefour’s new CEO, Georges Plassat, says he needs to turn around Europe’s largest retailer.
A realistic estimate
French President Francois Hollande’s Socialist party are celebrating after gaining an outright majority in the National Assembly.
Encouraged by the results of the first round of voting in legislative elections, France’s President François Hollande can feel confident of sealing
Football tops most lists as the most popular sport in the world today. So this week in Learning World we take a look at how the beautiful game can be
In this week’s Europe Weekly we look into the number of potential deadly products entering the EU. We report on new roaming rates for mobile phones
France’s presidential run-off was a closely fought race in the end as both candidates made gestures to a far right that came in third in the first
President Barack Obama was among the first to congragulate Francois Hollande, but what will Washington and America at large make of the man they call