Boeing presented at the Dubai Air Show

PAfter a wave of closures due to Covid, the global air show cycle is regaining its rhythm with, in even years, London-Farnborough and Singapore, and in odd years, Paris-Le Bourget at the beginning of summer and Dubai in the fall. The latter vintage of 2023, which is being held at the Dubai World Center at … Read more

France Inter on top, RTL reports, Europe 1 is breathing

against’It’s time to review the beginning of the school year for French radio stations. Like elementary school students who have grades at grade level, they were measured by the Médiamétrie institute in September and October. This year, radio stations were very active on the transfer market, the media “mercat”. Under the guidance of its director, … Read more

The state and EDF agree on the price of nuclear electricity

Lat the end of long negotiations. This Tuesday, November 14, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maireannounced the conclusion of an agreement between the State and EDF. The two players reached an agreement guaranteeing the average cost of nuclear electricity. According to the tenant Bercy, it will be installed “around 70 euros” per … Read more

Hollywood is choking on a mountain of debt

Lstrike of actors and screenwriters he ended up in Hollywood. Not the headaches of American studies. Last week Warner Bros. Discovery Group has admitted it will not be able to meet its debt repayment targets, despite historical success of the film Barbie. It reached… 43 billion dollars (40 billion euros) at the end of September … Read more

The CGT is no longer the king of the trade unions

Mini-earthquake in EDF. Employees are invited to the elections from 6 to 13 November to elect their headquarters representatives. According to our information, the CGT, the leading union organization within the company since 1946, has lost its crown to the CFE-CGC. The latter won the election with 33.08% of the vote, compared to 30.31% for … Read more

key points of the agreement between trade unions and employers

against’was a compromise found at the last minute. Social partners arrived on Friday, November 10 at unemployment insurance contract. Discussions on defining new rules for jobseeker’s compensation began on 22 September, and the current agreement expires on 31 December. The government took a back seat. Within days, the negotiations ran into a November 15 deadline … Read more

this rule that will change from January 2024

LThe rule is changing and not everyone will like it. from 1this one January 2024, it will no longer be possible to pay for any food product with meal vouchers in the supermarket, as is the case now. From now on, only direct consumption goods can be paid with a meal voucher provided by the … Read more