How the French government plans to help strike-hit small firms
France's government has offered a package of measures to small businesses affected by the strikes against pension reforms. They include delaying companies' tax bills, and support for workers whose hours have been cut. The two-week-long disruption has hurt some 80 percent of small firms, according to a survey by the business group CPME. Also today, an eight-year-old boy has topped the list of the biggest-earning YouTubers.