France Mulls EDF De-Listing Amid Nuclear Challenge
Airbnb Contests Paris City Hall Claim of Illegal Adverts
French Harbors Say They’re Ready for a No-Deal Brexit
Firms in Continental Europe Are Dusting Off No-Deal Brexit Plans
Eurotunnel Says It’s Ready for a Worst-Case, Hard Brexit
Macron’s involvement in the affairs of the two companies is mainly because of the power the French state wields over Renault.
SocGen Is Planning Urgent Expense Cuts at Investment Bank
SocGen Sees 20% Trading Revenue Drop on `Challenging' Market
Renault Widens Probe on Carlos Ghosn to Pay of Aide Sepehri
Bailed Out or Not, Ghosn's Renault Role Becomes More Untenable
Members of the grassroots Yellow Vests movement plan to protest in Paris and elsewhere in France.
French Yellow Vests Should Strike, Not March, Labor Union Says
Tensions escalated across Paris with police firing tear gas and using water cannons to quell “Yellow Vests” protesters.
Paris' Eiffel Tower Will Be Closed on Saturday Due to Protests
The grassroots “Yellow Jackets” movement has blocked highways and fuel depots across the country for the past two weeks.
France, Japan Pledge to Keep `Winning' Renault-Nissan Alliance
Renault's Bollore Said to Win French Backing as Interim CEO
France Abandons Ghosn and Wants an Interim CEO at Renault
Macron's Popularity Slides to Lowest Since Taking Office: Ifop
Chinese currency was a de facto alternative to the greenback in certain regions, says Macron
With France’s main parties still in turmoil after their defeat by Macron, many losing candidates are looking for fresh challenges.