“Mujeres”, by the FCP Popular Music Ensemble

The program is made up of “A mi modo” by Paul Anka, “Se dice de mí” by Francisco Canaro, “Hymn to love” by Edith Piaf, “Puerto Pollensa” by Marilina Ross, “Seminare” by Charly García and David Lebón , “Evidences” by José Augusto and Paulo Sergio del Valle, “Grisel” by Mariano Mores, “Marinero de Luces” by … Read more

The Fiber Excellence factory in Tarascon obtains a loan of 7 million euros from the State

By Le Figaro with AFP The Fiber Excellence pulp mill in Tarascon (Bouches-du-Rhône), placed in receivership, has obtained a loan of 7 million euros from the Economic and Social Development Fund (FDES), according to a decree published in Official Journal Saturday. This public structure allows the State to grant one-off loans to companies encountering difficulties … Read more

The Christofle silversmith obtains a loan of 10 million euros from the State

By Le Figaro with AFP The Christofle silversmith obtained a loan of 10 million euros from the fund for economic and social development (FDES), according to a decree published on Wednesday in the Official Journal. This public structure allows the State to grant one-off loans to companies having difficulty accessing the credit market. The loan … Read more

parliamentarians worried about the future of Aviva France

Several parliamentarians on Wednesday expressed their concern about the future of insurer Aviva France, subject to a possible sale after its British parent company announced this summer to review its activities abroad. “We are worried by this disposal project and its consequences for the future in our territories of the employment of employees of Aviva … Read more

“The operation proposed by Veolia is absurd for Suez and disastrous for France”

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW – Bertrand Camus, Managing Director of Suez, reacts to the proposal of his rival Veolia to buy 29.9% of its capital from Engie then to launch a takeover bid on the group. Bertrand Camus, Managing Director of Suez, on Saturday at the premises of Figaro. Vincent Boisot / Vincent Boisot / Le Figaro … Read more

Veolia wants to launch a takeover bid on its rival Suez

He is ready to spend 9.7 billion to create a “world super champion of ecological transformation”. The planets are aligned for the merger between Veolia and Suez to materialize. LP / Jean Nicholas Guillo / PHOTOPQR / LE PARISIEN / MAXPPP Marrying Veolia and Suez, she was an Arlésienne of French capitalism. Antoine Frérot, CEO … Read more

Global internet outage caused by an American company on Sunday

At least 10,000 CenturyLink customers suffered from connection problems for several hours. Among them, major sites like Amazon, eBay, Starbucks, or even XBoxLive, affecting broadcasts of Ligue 1 matches in France. By Le Figaro with AFP The American telecommunications company CenturyLink suffered a network outage lasting several hours on Sunday, August 30, affecting websites, streaming … Read more

PSA Sochaux is recruiting 1,000 temporary workers to return to pre-Covid production

From the end of next week, the plant will thus find a production volume approaching 2,000 vehicles per day. A PSA factory which manufactures electric batteries. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP Determined to return to pre-crisis production levels, the car manufacturer PSA is accelerating in terms of hiring. The management of the Sochaux plant has announced … Read more

Apple strikes back at Fortnite publisher

The lawyers of the American giant presented their arguments to the Californian courts. By Le Figaro with AFP Apple persists and signs: Fortnite according to him deserves to be excluded from the App Store and his publisher, Epic Games, to lose his access to programming tools, since he has broken the terms of the contract … Read more