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French actor Gérard Depardieu's departure for Belgium for tax reasons means France is failing to keep and attract talents mainly due to its fiscal policies
The race between President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney is tight, but not in the Old Continent.
Refusing to be taxed for linking news content, Google threatens to withdraw French newspapers from its search engine if such tax measure are adopted.
Saying that the Nobel committee's decision came as a surprise would be an understatement.
Valued at $1.5 billion, Pinterest has just moved to a $9 million-valued space in San Francisco. Is the company headed to an eventual IPO?
As expected the newly-elected French president and his socialist party got the green light to implement their program.
Francois Hollande and the Socialists will win the majority in parliament. This will give him ever more political clout when discussing European affairs with German chancellor Angela Merkel.
Facebook is exploring the opening of its social network to users under 13 years old, a move which could boost its mobile advertising efforts.
The totaly failed Facebook IPO could turn into a scandal.
With its IPO, Facebook is looking for new revenue streams and in particular for ways to directly monetize its users.
As Mark Zuckerberg weds on the wake of Facebook's historic market debut, the anticipated IPO is far from the success story that some had imagined.
Over 60% of Greek voters said no to austerity measures by the EU and the IMF in the last elections. What does that mean?
Electoral French authorities forbid the dissemination of exist polls before the official closing time. That's why we have #RadioLondres.
Though she is out of the presidential race, Marine Le Pen has a new role: that of the referee of the second round of the presidential election.
While governments are talking about of fiscal discipline and budget cuts to the people, leaders also must show some sobriety.
With polls predicting his defeat on the second round and not much vote reserves, Nicolas Sarkozy's left for losing the presidential election.
Some fear that Twitter will undermine the integrity of the presidential election. Will the government ban the popular social network?
Tobacco companies are taking advantage of young people to secure their future profits. As a result, 3,800 Children try their first cigarette every single day.
With the austerity cuts forcing the state to seek new ways of raising revenues, Greece has decided to rent out its policemen. This will be detrimental to the safety of the average citizen.
Faced with a possible defeat in the presidential elections, Sarkozy is exploiting the arrests of Islamist radicals to promote his campaign.
Italy must liberalize its labor market in order to increase competition and stimulate the economy.