Revolutionizing the world of taxis, the brilliant San-Francisco upstart Uber sparked revolts around the globe, spilled ink and fed so many lawyers this year.
The actions of the Chinese Wanda Commercial group were listed for the first time, Tuesday, December 23, at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange – with mixed results.
The amount represented by mergers and acquisitions has increased this year by 47% to 3,440 billion, making it reach its seven-year high since the end of 2007.
Accused of corruption in many countries, Alstom had pleaded guilty and signed an agreement with the US Department of Justice on Monday, December 22.
Gulf monarchies deem irresponsible production levels of certain countries not belonging to the OPEC and encourage them to reduce them to stabilize oil price.
Documents registering advice of the US Agency CIA for its agents to avoid the controls when traveling with false passports were made public on Sunday night.
Of the three ghosts hovering on the markets in recent weeks there is only one left: the weakness in oil prices. The other two remain behind the scenes.
The two main unions of EasyJet hostesses and stewards are protesting against the reduction of a quarter of the bonus usually paid in shares of the company.
The opening of the regulated professions can be accepted if the universal social rights are reaffirmed, says EHESS head on the Macron law implementation.
Although BlackBerry profitability is better than expected on paper, investors worry that the income of the maker of Ontario electronics will decline.