Francois de Beaupuy
France Will Save $44.5 Billion By Betting on Renewable Energy, Says Government Agency
French President Emmanuel Macron could introduce emergency tax cuts to quell violent protests
French President Rejects the Breakup of Nation's Largest Utility
Ghosn’s arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct opens the door for Nissan to try to rebalance the alliance.
Macron Caught Off Guard as French State Missed Nissan Mutiny
Macron also called for Europe to spend more money to become more independent from the U.S. military umbrella.
French Senate Adopts Measures to Prepare for No-Deal Brexit
The French Have Found Another Reason to Dislike Emmanuel Macron
French Plan to Store Wind, Solar Energy Stymied by EU Deadlock
Big Oil Is Rolling in Cash, So Why Don't CEOs Want to Spend It?
Pouyanne was perhaps the most senior Western executive to attend what had been dubbed “Davos in the Desert.”
Engie, Caisse Plan to Bid $9 Billion Petrobras Pipeline
Electric Cars May Make French Power Demand Rise Again, EDF Says
Interpol Asks China About Disappearance of Crime Agency's Chief
Altice Europe Fiber Sale Draws Private Equity Bids
Total Buys Car Charging-Point Provider in New Power-Market Foray
Tesla Partner Neoen to Seek $525 Million in Largest French IPO
Macron Names Former Green Lawmaker as French Energy Minister
The French government will prepare contingency plans in case the EU and the U.K. fail to agree on terms of their divorce.
EDF Raises Low End of 2018 Profit Target as Earnings Climb
Big Oil's Cash-Flow Surge Leaves Investors Wanting More