In two decades astride the global auto industry, Ghosn became one of the most celebrated corporate chieftains of his generation.
Le Maire Will Seek to Convince Vestager on Siemens-Alstom Merger
France Wants Renault and Nissan to Combine in One Holding Company: Nikkei
Macron's Approval Rating Increases 4 Points to 27% in Ifop Poll
Casino to Sell Six Stores to Leclerc for About 100 Million Euros
French officials are visiting Tokyo to discuss the future of the alliance between the automakers, a government spokesman said.
Macron Says Some Poor French People Should Stop `Messing Around'
Turmoil on Team Macron as Press Chief Abandons Ailing President
Macron Ends Annus Horribilis, Calls on the Efforts of All French
Stunned by December’s vehement protests, France’s president takes refuge in the past.
France Says It's Too Early to Declare a Victory in Syria
Huawei Hemorrhages Allies in Europe on Growing Security Concerns
Huawei Woes Multiply as France Risks Becoming Its Next Challenge
French Yellow Vests Should Strike, Not March, Labor Union Says
France to Cut Spending, Raise Taxes on Companies for Macron Plan
France Weighing Delay in 2019 Tax Cuts for Big Companies
Macron Bets Spending Binge Can Save His Plan to Transform France
Macron's Budget 180 Shows He's Given Up on Help From Germany
French No-Confidence Vote Forces Premier to Detail 2019 Budget
French Budget Deficit to Widen as Macron Spends to End Protests
Macron urged companies to pay their workers a year-end bonus that won’t be taxed.