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Latest update : 2014-02-12

Telecoms tycoon says start-ups can grow in France

François Hollande is meeting the successful French entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley later, but what about those who have made it big at home? We hear from the billionaire founder of telecoms firm Free, who says new businesses can succeed in France. Also, a drama-free vote in the House of Representatives should see the US avoid hitting its debt ceiling.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2015-04-21 Gazprom

EU set to launch antitrust case against Gazprom

The European Union is set to accuse the Russian gas company Gazprom of abusing its dominant position in the European market. The charges are set to be announced later this week....

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2015-04-20 François Hollande

Hollande unveils income top-up to help young workers

The French President, François Hollande, is to extend an income supplement payment to all workers under 25. The measure is designed to support young people who are on low...

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2015-04-17 Greece

CEO cuts own pay 90%, raises minimum salary for workers to $70,000

Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price has put his money where his mouth is by taking a massive pay cut. The Seattle-based tech company is to pay its employees a minimum $70,000 a year,...

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2015-04-16 USA

Low-paid US workers march for minimum wage

An estimated 60,000 low-paid workers in the United States have staged protests calling for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour. It's the latest in the series of...

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2015-04-15 mergers & acquisitions

Nokia confirms €15 billion Alcatel-Lucent merger

Nokia has agreed a merger deal with Alcatel-Lucent that values the Franco-American company at €15.6 billion. The French government had backed the deal, which creates a European...

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