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First results of real­world fuel consumption


In November 2015, with media coverage casting a pall over the automotive industry, PSA Peugeot Citroën decided to take a unique approach by publishing real-world fuel consumption data for its cars in order to be transparent with customers. PSA Peugeot Citroën is the first carmaker to adopt such an approach and is today publishing initial fuel consumption metrics for three of its most popular vehicles. The measurements were made under a protocol developed with the NGO Transport & Environment, on public roads near Paris (25.5 km urban, ... Read More »

Nissan ready to kick off Blancpain Championship defense at Circuit Paul Ricard in France


Nissan's 2016 lineup will continue the development of the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 at the Blancpain pre-season test at the venue where the team triumphed in 2015. Victory in the Six Hours of Paul Ricard last season was a key step in the team's drive for championship success. For 2016, Nissan will not only defend its driver's endurance championship, but also contest the Blancpain sprint title for the first time. At this week's test, Nissan's full line-up of seven GT-R drivers will complete laps aboard the No.23 (Pro) and No.24 (Pro-Am) entrie... Read More »

L’oréal named as one of the world’s most ethical companies by the Ethisphere Institute for the seventh time


The World’s Most Ethical Companies recognizes organizations who align principle with action, work tirelessly to make trust part of their corporate DNA, and in doing so, shape future industry standards by introducing tomorrow’s best practices today. Being an honoree for the seventh time underscores L’Oréal’s commitment to leading ethical business standards. Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, declared: “We are honored to receive this recognition by Ethisphere, it will be a source of pride for all L’Oréal employees. Over t... Read More »

Renault will participate in the Nissan share buyback program to maintain its shareholding at 43.4%


Considering that this buyback program will create value for all Nissan shareholders, including Renault, the Board of Directors of Renault approved participating in this transaction which will not affect the 43.4% holding of Nissan shares by Renault. ... Read More »

2015 Annual Results


"We have completed our plan in record time thanks to the involvement of the entire company and its stakeholders," said Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the PSA Peugeot Citroën Managing Board. "I am delighted with this collective success. It puts our company back in the race and proves its potential. In an unsettled international environment, agility and operational excellence are key to success. We will be able to harness this strength when implementing our new plan for profitable growth". The Group's pro forma 1revenue for 2015 was €56,328 milli... Read More »

Renault to recruit 1,000 permanent employees and 1,000 apprentices in France in 2016


Between 2015 and 2016, 1,000 people were hired on permanent contracts. This is proof that the concrete measures taken since 2013 to help drive the Group’s growth and prepare for the future have been a success. Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault group: “With the agreement signed in 2013, we ensured the continuing activity of our French plants, which are now more competitive, higher-performing, and more attractive to our partners. In 2015, this enhanced competitiveness significantly boosted our production volume to more than 660,000... Read More »

The millionth kangoo rolls out of Renault’s maubeuge plant

In 2015, the LCV version represented 64% of overall Kangoo production. The same year, 90% of all Kangoos produced (PC + LCV) featured diesel engines, 7% had petrol engines and 3% were electric. “Kangoo continues to appeal to a diverse clientele of both business and retail customers in all its markets. Our entire plant is proud to celebrate this new production landmark, which confirms our ability to meet customer expectations in terms of quality and lead times.” Jose Martin Vega, Director of the Renault Maubeuge plant   100% MADE I... Read More »

Air France pays tribute to its last boeing 747 with its customers!


SPECIAL OPEN DAYS AT THE AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM AT LE BOURGET Air France and the Air and Space Museum at Le Bourget are organizing special visits of the Company’s last Boeing 747 on 16 and 17 January 2016. These visits, organized by Air France staff are free but must systematically be reserved online. On the schedule, a one-hour tour starting on the ramp outside the aircraft with mechanics, a visit of the Business and Economy cabins with cabin crew, followed by a visit of the upper deck and the cockpit with an Air France pilot. For infor... Read More »

Climate Deal is Good News for our Future


After two weeks of intense negotiations at COP21 in Paris, a meaningful global deal on climate change is finally in place. Mars celebrates this remarkable step towards securing a safe, sustainable planet for our children. But as a global business, what do we do now? Kevin Rabinovitch, Mars’ Global Sustainability Director, said of the COP21 deal: "Back in October, we joined with the rest of the food and drink industry calling on global leaders to embrace the opportunity presented in Paris. We are hugely encouraged that they grasped the ch... Read More »

Atos IT Challenge kicks off its hunt for the best app to manage personal data

First Apps

Atos, an international leader in digital services, opens registration for its IT Challenge – the first international student technology competition now in its fifth year. This year’s theme invites students to tackle one of the biggest conundrums of the 21st century - how to manage our own personal data on-line, so that we can benefit from all that the digital world offers, while protecting our privacy and importantly our Right to be Forgotten. Under certain conditions, the Right to be Forgotten gives individuals the right to request to have ... Read More »

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