Karting at Fresnes prison: magistrates and lawyers denounce “demagogic and security communication” – 08/24/2022 at 18:57

Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti during a visit to Fleury-Mérogis prison, near Paris, on August 23, 2022 (AFP / EMMANUEL DUNAND) Unions of magistrates and lawyers denounced Wednesday the reaction of the Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti after a karting test at the prison of Fresnes seeing there “a demagogic and security communication dictated by the … Read more

Fight between Twitter lawyers and Musk over the data to be provided – 08/25/2022 at 01:14

A photo montage with Elon Musk and the Twitter logo (AFP/SAMUEL CORUM) Lawyers for Elon Musk and Twitter on Wednesday gave an overview of the arguments they could make during the trial to force, or not, the entrepreneur to buy the social network, summoning among other things the recent revelations of a pitcher alert. Mr. … Read more

“Big Business” N°95: Fear over Germany

Bertille Bayart Le Figaro EXCLUSIVE LETTER SUBSCRIBERS – The prospect of a Russian gas supply disruption is finally causing a stir in Europe. Dear subscribers, The energy crisis in Europe has taken a new step. In recent days, the possibility of a cut in the supply of Russian gas to the European Union has become … Read more

Elior appoints Bernard Gault as CEO, the title falls – 07/04/2022 at 11:57

ELIOR APPOINTS BERNARD GAULT AS CEO, THE TITLE FALLS (Reuters) – Elior fell on the Paris Stock Exchange on Monday after announcing the appointment of Bernard Gault as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, thus formalizing its reorganization following Derichebourg’s acquisition of a stake in its capital last May. The collective catering group thus decided to … Read more

“Big business” n°94: Russia, financial pariah

View of the Kremlin (Moscow) Maxim Shemetov / REUTERS EXCLUSIVE LETTER SUBSCRIBERS – The Kremlin is officially in default. Bankruptcy threatens other countries. Dear subscribers, I announced it to you a little too quickly (“Big business” n°86) but this time, we are there: Russia is in default of payment. For the first time since 1918 … Read more

Wall Street ends up supported by defensives – 06/23/2022 at 22:31

WALL STREET FINISHES UP PARIS (Reuters) – The New York Stock Exchange ended higher on Thursday, as growth in sectors deemed defensive took precedence over concerns about the risk of recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.64%, or 194.23 points, to 30,677.36 points. The broader S&P-500 gained 35.84 points, or 0.95%, to 3,795.73 points. … Read more

“Big Business” No. 93: Split-mania

EXCLUSIVE LETTER SUBSCRIBERS – Atos, Renault, and maybe tomorrow EDF… the split is fashionable among impoverished companies. Dear subscribers, Should the old world be pushed overboard? No, don’t worry, I’m not talking about politics (it’s way too complicated these days!). I want to talk about companies confronted with the phenomena of transition – digital and … Read more

Life insurance and funds in euros: why the rise in rates worries insurers?

Classic euro funds offer savers guaranteed capital and liquidity of savings at all times. (Photo credit: 123RF) If it persists, the rapid rise in interest rates could impact the ability of certain life insurance companies to ensure the liquidity of their funds in euros. Explanations. Why is the rise in interest rates affecting funds in … Read more

Health insurance points to the “weight of chronic diseases” in health expenditure – 06/20/2022 at 17:16

A few days before an expected report on his savings tracks, the director of Health Insurance, Thomas Fatôme, pointed out Monday “the weight of chronic diseases” in his expenses, whose data by pathologies will be accessible from Tuesday via an open data website. The trend is confirmed year after year: “we see a concentration of … Read more

Lemoine law: The right to be forgotten reinforced

The Lemoine law strengthens the right to be forgotten (Photo credits: Adobe Stock – ) The Lemoine law provides for several significant advances for access to mortgage loan insurance which is intended to be “fairer, simpler and more transparent” and in particular a significant reduction in the time limit to be able to benefit from … Read more