Stopped Dead in Their Tracks: What Next for Siemens and Alstom?
Amid Brexit, the closure of a small ball-bearing factory 95 miles west of London barely registered outside the local community.
France Fines GE $57 Million for Failing to Add Promised Jobs
Siemens-Alstom's Expected EU Veto Unleashes Political Backlash
Nissan CEO Suggests He'll ‘Pass the Baton’ After Alliance Reset
The 64-year-old resigned as chairman and chief executive officer of the largest French carmaker late on Jan. 23
France Raises Pressure on Vestager to Allow Siemens-Alstom Deal
Attempts to render the deal more palatable to the European Commission may come up empty: Alstom.
‘American Trap’: A French Executive’s View From a U.S. Prison Cell
Ghosn had unusual degree of control over his own compensation.
Ghosn's Wife Worried About Executive's Detention Conditions
Air France Expansion Lags Behind KLM, Stoking Sibling Tensions
French carmaker has rights as Nissan shareholder, Vial Says.
What Carlos Ghosn’s Indictment Means for Renault
LafargeHolcim plans to slim down will boost profit next year as it will sell assets, vacates headquarters in Paris and Zurich.
Europe Industrial Giants Start to Feel Pain of Rising Oil Price
French Are Target of Widespread Spying by Chinese, Figaro Says
Siemens CEO Will Not Attend Saudi Investment Conference
Air France-KLM's New CEO Seals Elusive Deal With French Unions
Michelin Warns of Drop in Demand, Sending Tire Maker Shares Down
Linde Rises After Moving Closer to $45 Billion Praxair Deal