No matter if in China, Iran or North Korea: Donald Trump has so far had little success on the international stage. That just makes him more dangerous. A secret of Donald Trump’s electoral success was that he had particularly simple and handy answers in the election campaign for the highly complex global problems of the… Read More Donald Trump has so far had little success on the international stage
Should Uber kill the father so as not to sink? Freudian question to which some observers have already answered without hesitation. Help! Uber boss Travis Kalanick needs help. In a post blog, the charismatic CEO of the giant of the VTC (transport cars with driver) is very small after the “bad buzz” triggered by the… Read More Will Travis Kalanick lead Uber to ruin?
In ten years, products from organic farming have become almost essential to French consumers, according to the Agence Bio / CSA barometer. A success that reveals a change in mentalities, but that could have negative consequences for a flourishing industry. France “green” is running. With nearly half a billion euros more spent compared to the… Read More French people still consume more bio, but beware of the shortage
TAOS, New Mexico (Reuters) – The FBI announced on Saturday that it has arrested a member of an armed militia of US citizens who patrol the border with Mexico to arrest migrants entering the United States illegally. Larry Hopkins, 69, also known as Johnny Horton, was arrested in Sunland Park, New Mexico, after a federal… Read More United States: arrest of a member of an anti-migrant militia
Alternative modes of marketing and use of products must be promoted. By Frédéric Caymaris-Moulin, Managing Director of Lokéo Amended at the end of 2014, the law on energy transition makes planned obsolescence a crime punishable by two years in prison and a fine of 300,000 euros. The opportunity to break down some misconceptions about a… Read More The circular economy, a solution to planned obsolescence?
Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Travert announced that the state would, from 2018, entrust the funding of “maintenance aid” to the regions. Objective: to favor the conversions of beginning farmers in the bio. Change of course for “organic” agriculture in France. On the occasion of the Tech and Bio show held this week in Bourg-les-Valence in… Read More Organic farming: why the state disengages from support
A report, aimed at extending the life of electronic devices, has just been adopted by the European Parliament. A first legislative step that seems important for both consumers and industry. What if our tablets, smartphones and computers lived longer? The European Parliament adopted on Tuesday 4 July an overwhelming majority (662 votes in favor, 32… Read More Europe: towards the end of planned obsolescence?
The fire of Notre-Dame de Paris, on Monday, April 15, produced a sideration of a magnitude as rare as sudden, seizing the whole France and many other countries beyond the borders, in Europe, in America, in Asia. While the embers were not yet extinguished, very early spontaneously manifested a willingness to contribute strongly to the… Read More Why luxury flies to the rescue of Notre-Dame
Uber, already blamed in several cases in recent days, confessed Friday the existence of secret software intended in particular to prevent his drivers are controlled by the authorities. That should not fix Uber’s damaged image after the grumbling of his drivers and the excesses of his CEO, Travis Kalanick. According to the New York Times,… Read More Greyball, Uber’s secret software to avoid the police
The explosive rise of this young Estonian seedling founded in 2013 threatens Uber with its monopoly on VTC platforms. With a very competitive commission, Taxify hopes to recruit a maximum of drivers available to passengers. The challenge of this battle that is preparing for Paris is a sample of what really awaits the sector at… Read More Taxify arrives in France, will he kill Uber?