“Decathlon can become a world leader”

By Marie Bartnik Posted on 09/21/2022 at 6:58 pm, Update on 21/09/2022 at 21:07 “Decathlon has a social role, which is to ensure that everyone can have access to the …

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In Belgium, the trompe-l’oeil of mandatory wage indexation

By Anne Rovan Posted on 27/07/2022 at 19:07, Update yesterday at 04:01 Belgium is one of the few EU countries to continue the automatic and mandatory income index of wages …

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Holiday testers, penguin keepers or snacks … those weird jobs that make you dream

Widely relayed on social networks, these offers allow companies to improve their image. Le Figaro could interview some lucky people. Holiday testers, penguin keepers or student party organizers … these …

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the ECB raised its tone against the city banks

The regulator gives them until the end of the year to move the workforce corresponding to their activities. European authorities are increasing pressure on the city’s banks. Six years after …

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Easyjet forecasts reduced loss in first half and strong recovery in bookings

The company forecasts a pre-tax loss of between £535 million and £565 million for the six months to the end of March. Low-cost carrier Easyjet anticipates a reduction in its …

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An accident at the exit of Brussels station disrupts the traffic of several trains in France

According to SNCF, traffic was to resume around 3 p.m., but disruptions should persist throughout the day. The circulation of TGV and some Eurostar and Thalys has been interrupted since …

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“Never bet against America,” advises billionaire Warren Buffett

“In its brief, 232-year existence, there has been no incubator capable of unleashing human potential like America,” he wrote in his annual letter to shareholders of the Berkshire conglomerate. American …

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The Danes, Europe’s leading waste producers, but still green

A Eurostat study crowns Denmark with the title of champion of household refuse production. Here is an armful of statistics that sweeps up some sticky European clichés. The biggest producers …

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Facebook and Snap make it easier to sell illegal tobacco

Counterfeit cigarette traffickers invite themselves to social networks to quickly reach a young audience. This is one of the side effects of the health crisis: the internet has become the …

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