Following the agreement reached Wednesday between the European Commission, the European Parliament and EU member countries, the price of mobile phone calls while roaming will fall in July. In May, the European Parliament must approve the agreement which provides for a ceiling on the price per minute of voice communication "roaming", that is to [...]
Vinci was an equal disappointment. Two weeks ago, the leading European construction and concessions had been anticipated in extremis by ADP to regain 38% of TAV which manages ten airports in Turkey. An operation of over 700 million euros. Tuesday, the group cons-attacked on another front. In partnership with 50/50 with the British operator [...]
Winter has succeeded in the spring. And there will be a long and rigorous. A year after their revolutions, the Southern Mediterranean countries are struggling to revive their economies and attract investors. "Basically, the region is divided between one side Morocco, whose economy increasingly resembles that of an emerging country, or Algeria, which is [...]
Gender equality is properly the subject of agreements with social partners. Just as returning from maternity leave, "interviews" are provided in most companies. Why, then, women have as much trouble to return to work?
"After a maternity or parental leave, employees often feel of being outside projects. There was a loss of connection. [...]
A decree and a decree signed by Xavier Bertrand were published in the Official Journal on Thursday, trying to implement a solution against excess fees the most excessive.
As expected, the Minister of Health proposes to anesthetists, surgeons and obstetricians in sector 2 (free prices) to limit their excess fees to 50% beyond [...]
Spanish and textile crisis forced the Spanish Inditex (Zara), which on Wednesday released excellent results for its fiscal year ended January, was a time slowed its store openings, especially in Europe. Back to the offensive. Approximately 5,000 stores open in the world this year. A luxurious flagship Zara just opened in New York, on [...]
Italy is close to a historic agreement to reform the labor law, but negotiations stumble in the home straight on the amendment of Article 18 governing the right of dismissal.
Council President Mario Monti today convenes unions and employers for a new round he would have liked, if not definitive, at least open [...]
If the timing of the IPO Facebook is still not known, investors are in turmoil. And gendarmes stock alert. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the authority of U.S. financial markets, has struck a major blow this week by denouncing irregularities in the market called "pre-IPO" or pre-IPO. She has filed suit Wednesday against [...]
The popularity of Apple is more than ever to go. Queues of hundreds of people were already this morning in front of stores in Asia to buy the new iPad. The new version of Apple's tablet is sold from today in ten countries, including France but also Japan, the United States and Hong Kong. [...]
In the logic of "rights and duties" which is his, Nicolas Sarkozy promised Monday night to tax tax exiles. The Government has already established last year an exit tax, which taxes unrealized gains of the French going abroad. But the president-candidate wants to go further, proposing that any tax paid to the exiled French [...]