World Famous Chef Helping the Poor of Paris

Massimo Bottura

Massimo Bottura is one of the world's most famous and awarded chefs. In 2016, he was named as the best chef in the world.

President Macron's Approval Rating Plunges to Record Low

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200,000 Protesters Take to the Streets in Paris

President Macron

In order to help jump start the sluggish French economy, French President Emmanuel Macron has introduced several economic reform measures over the last several months.

People First: Swiss Startup Founder Mike Baur Divulges The Key to Successful Entrepreneurship

Mike Baur Swiss Startup Factory be yourself everyone else is taken

Entrepreneurs often start the journey of business ownership with a fantastic idea, a brilliant business plan, and a way to fill a perceived void in the current market.

New Plan to Help the Homeless in Paris

Homeless in Paris

This February, 1,700 people fanned out across the streets of Paris to count the number of homeless people who were sleeping on the streets.

France To Sue Google and Apple over Business Practices

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Hubert De Givenchy

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French president Emannuel Macron who is a fervent propeller of green energy claimed that France will give 700 million euros until 2022 for solar energy projects in developing countries.