Thursday, December 9

Telethon: Everything you need to know about the 2021 edition

The 35th edition of the Telethon will be to follow on December 3 and 4 on the antennas of France Télévisions, with the joy of finding the field after a previous 100% digital edition due to the pandemic. It is Sophie Davant, Nagui and Cyril Féraud who will have the mission to animate the 30 hours of antennae planned throughout this great weekend of solidarity across France. Large-format reports and numerous testimonies will enlighten viewers on scientific advances, and will allow them to better understand the daily lives of patients and their families, and the importance of continuing to fund research in order to always advance it in the field. hope to find the path to recovery. The godfather of this 35th edition is the singer Soprano. He succeeds Matt Pokora, who had added his name ...

Half of the companies that received pandemic support did better in 2020 than the year before

E24's survey of cash benefits shows that several billion kroner went to companies that ended the year in plus. - It is a dubious distribution policy to take from the nurses and give to the capital owners, says the professor.The pandemic led the country into financial uncertainty and sent employees to home offices, at the same time billions were distributed to companies in need.view more Fredrik SolstadPublished: Published: Less than 10 minutes agoWhen the corona pandemic hit and Norway closed down, turnover in the company Onepark fell like a rock. The company operates 177 parking facilities across the country. Among other things, the parking facility at Gardermoen, Norway's largest, where revenues fell by 90 percent. To cope with one of the biggest economic shocks in history, Onepark d...

Alibaba’s profit weighed down by the turn of the screw in China against tech

Black Thursday: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba announced quarterly profit down 81%, weighed down by regulatory tightening in China which is shaking tech giants. Long regarded as a model of success for Chinese companies, Alibaba was the first to suffer retribution from the authorities. A year ago, the Communist authorities had cut the wings of the private group, by stopping the gigantic IPO of its payment subsidiary Ant Group in Hong Kong, 48 hours before the event. Presented as the biggest fundraiser of all time, the operation should have brought him 27.4 billion euros. The following month, Alibaba came under investigation for obstructing competition. The group founded by the whimsical Jack Ma has since been fined 2.3 billion euros in the spring. And the authorities then extended th...

Mayenne: L214 files a complaint against one of the “largest chicken farms in France”

"Their short life is only suffering". In a video published Wednesday, November 17 on social networks, the animal protection association L214 denounces the living conditions of chickens in the Le Gaulois farm in Saint-Saturnin-du-Limet (Mayenne). In the sequence which lasts 2 minutes and 37 seconds, the association unveiled images filmed in September in, she says, "the largest breeding farm in France". On these, some chickens, young, struggle to stand on their feet. Others are dying on the ground and corpses remain among the living animals. The investigation sheds light on "the state of health and the breaches of this breeding to the regulations", underlined L214 in a report. communicated. The images were filmed in one of the LDC group's henhouses, in particular the owner of the Le G...

Pam & Tommy: the sulphurous trailer for the Pamela Anderson sextape scandal series

The series "Pam & Tommy" has just unveiled its first trailer. It is expected on February 2 on Hulu, the American streaming platform. In France, no broadcaster is known for the moment. Declined in 8 episodes, this series will return to the sulphurous relationship between Pamela Anderson, the star of Alert in Malibu, and Tommy Lee, the tattooed drummer of Mötley Crüe. And how their sextape, recorded during their honeymoon, was stolen during a burglary before ending up on the Internet. The couple will take the case to court to prohibit the distribution company that had recovered the video from making it available on the Web. Before a financial agreement, the details of which have been kept confidential, is finally found. The series was piloted by Craig Gillespie, director of Me, Tony...

PSG: A long marathon awaits Paris until the truce

Eight games in a month and a half. It's the hearty menu that awaits PSG before the next winter break. And this long marathon, which starts this Saturday with the reception of Nantes for the 14th day of Ligue 1, will notably see the capital club face Manchester City, Nice, Lens and Monaco. A program far from being easy for the vice-champion, who has not really convinced in terms of the game after almost four months of competition. Admittedly, Mauricio Pochettino's men comfortably occupy the head of the championship, with ten points ahead of his Lensois dolphin, and they have conceded only one defeat (excluding the Champions Trophy), but Paris has often disappointed, finding his salvation more thanks to his individualities than to his collective. It will be one of the major challenges ...

The Paris Bourse ends slightly down 0.21%

The control room of Euronext, the company which manages the Paris Stock Exchange, at La Défense, November 21, 2019 ERIC PIERMONT The Paris Bourse ended down 0.21% Thursday, a slight consolidation ending six consecutive sessions of increase. The CAC 40 star index fell 14.87 points to 7,141.98 points. On Wednesday it had climbed 0.06%. Euronext CAC40 Reference-www.rtl.be

Emmanuel Macron received by Pope Francis on November 26

The Élysée announced this Thursday, November 18 that Emmanuel Macron would be received by Pope Francis, in Rome, on November 26. The head of state will travel to Italy after paying an official visit to Croatia, in order to "prepare for the French presidency of the Council of the European Union" which begins on January 1 for six months, according to the Elysee. The trip to Zagreb is “the first official visit of a French president to Croatia since the country's independence” in 1991, the palace said. After a two-day stay in Croatia, the President of the Republic will stop in Rome to meet the Holy Father. This will be the second visit of the current President of the Republic to the Pope since the start of his five-year term, after that of June 2018. a France-Italy agreement to be signed...

Interruption of several tram lines on November 20 in Brussels for works

(Belga) STIB will interrupt traffic on part of tram lines 3, 4, 51 and 82 on Saturday in order to renew two switches located near Lemonnier station. The circulation of trams 3 and 4 will be interrupted between Porte de Hal and Rogier stations. Line 3 trams will only run between the Esplanade and Rogier stops. Line 4 trams will run only between the Porte de Hal and Stalle (P) stops. The De Brouckère, Bourse, Anneessens, Lemonnier and Gare du Midi stops will therefore not be served. Tram line 51 will be interrupted between the Porte de Hal and Porte d'Anderlecht stations and line 82 between the Gare du Midi and Porte d'Anderlecht stops. Shuttle buses will operate between the Porte de Hal and Porte d'Anderlecht stops. They will serve the Porte de Hal, Gare du Midi, Lemonnier, Porte d'A...

Signes, Ouangani, Valenciennes, Bron… Emmanuel Macron pays tribute to mayors who are victims of attacks

Signs, Ouangani, Valenciennes, Bron ... In the introduction to his speech at the congress of mayors of France this Thursday in Paris, Emmanuel Macron paid tribute to the mayors who were victims of attacks. The Head of State was particularly firm against the perpetrators of acts against elected officials. "Wherever there is a return of violence against those who hold democratic and legitimate authority, it is a piece of the Republic that is being withdrawn", explained Emmanuel Macron, who pledged not to " give nothing ”. To deal with it, he returned in particular to a recent circular put in place by Eric Dupont-Moretti last September. This should indeed allow prosecutors to punish more severely attacks or insults against elected officials, and to act faster as soon as the complaint has...