Thales enters the CAC 40, Valeo and Worldline ejected

Euronext announced Thursday evening Thales’ entry into the flagship index of the Paris Stock Exchange on June 24. Valeo and Worldline (formerly Atos subsidiary) will come out of the flagship index which included 41 stocks. Consecration for the equipment manufacturer of aerospace, defense and security: Thales will enter the CAC 40 on Monday, June 24.… Read More Thales enters the CAC 40, Valeo and Worldline ejected

Armament: the future light helicopter armies will take off two years earlier

Army Minister Florence Parly will announce the progress of deliveries for the two-year Light Joint Helicopter (HIL) program. To achieve this, Airbus Helicopters will self-finance and pre-finance an amount of about 150 million euros. What twists and turns for the HIL program, the future helicopter of the three armed forces. This time, Airbus Helicopters wins… Read More Armament: the future light helicopter armies will take off two years earlier

Casino: Can Jean-Charles Naouri keep control of his group?

The placement of Casino’s parent company, Rallye, in the safeguarding process, raises questions about the ability of businessman Jean-Charles Naouri to maintain control of his group. The implementation of a backup plan for Rally, while easing the pressure on its Casino subsidiary whose title rebounded on Friday, raises questions about the ability of Jean-Charles Naouri… Read More Casino: Can Jean-Charles Naouri keep control of his group?

Renault and Fiat Chrysler discuss a merger that would create the world’s leading car

According to the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal, the two manufacturers would be in advanced discussions. The outcome could be Fiat Chrysler’s entry into the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. New major recomposition of the European and world automotive landscape in sight. According to the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times, Fiat Chrysler and Renault… Read More Renault and Fiat Chrysler discuss a merger that would create the world’s leading car

Only one pilot in the cockpit of Airbus and Boeing, is it inevitable?

Airbus is working on the commercial cruising of the cockpit (in the cruising phase) around 2023. While technology is allowed to ensure the safety of air transport at a very high level of safety, this stage of automation is not without asking questions. Paris Air Forum, organized by La Tribune, which will take place on… Read More Only one pilot in the cockpit of Airbus and Boeing, is it inevitable?