What if Elon Musk’s control of Twitter scared the media?

“Given the uncertainty surrounding Twitter and out of an abundance of caution, CBS News is suspending activity on the social media site as it continues to monitor the platform”, CBS News National Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti said Saturday, Nov. 19, after reporting on further quits at Twitter. These are so massive that they raise fears of … Read more

Trading crisis in Burkina: “The situation is going from bad to worse” (Victims of trading account freezing)

The association of victims of trading companies provided an update on the progress of their legal case this Saturday, November 19, 2022, in Ouagadougou. 3 years later, according to investors, nothing has progressed and companies still owe around 35 billion (capital, not including returns on investment) to the victims. What’s next after this ad A … Read more

Like Elon Musk, Silicon Valley layoffs, crisis or upgrade?

Published on : 16/11/2022 – 18:00 With great noise, Elon Musk embarked on a wave of layoffs within Twitter, but for several months now, with low noise, many companies in Silicon Valley have been laying off. Several thousand employees of Meta, Snapchat, Lyft, Amazon… find themselves unemployed. Fear of a recession? Overstaffing in the sector? … Read more

In Paris, restaurateurs regret the absence of semi-open heated terraces

With a decree dating from the end of July, the town hall of Paris removed a national exception which concerned this type of terraces. A decision that is difficult to pass on the side of some professionals. As winter approaches, Parisian restaurateurs regret the absence of their heated terraces, which allowed them to welcome more … Read more

these amendments retained in the budget submitted to 49.3

In total, Bercy estimates the increase in these expenses at 700 million euros. Childcare, restaurant vouchers, tax cuts for SMEs: the government has kept around a hundred parliamentary amendments in the version of the budget submitted to 49.3, by excluding the taxation of “super dividends” or the tax credit for nursing homes. Bercy assesses the … Read more

in Paris, pony rides on borrowed time

AFP, published on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 10:33 am “They don’t seem to be mistreated, these ponies, why ban them?” that an association calls for an end to the “exploitation” of ponies in Parisian parks. Like this 30-year-old, there are dozens of parents and grandparents offering their children a fifteen-minute pony ride in Parc … Read more

Crisis obliges, 62% of French people ready to go less to restaurants or hotels

PREVIEW – According to a study carried out by the firm CHD Expert for the EquipHotel trade show and revealed by Le Figaro, six out of ten French people prefer to reduce the frequency rather than cancel their stay at the hotel or their meal at the restaurant. Experience and pleasure above all! In 2020, … Read more

Optimus, the humanoid robot with which Elon Musk intends, a little quickly, to eradicate poverty

By Richard Flurin Published on 02/10/2022 at 17:24, Update on 02/10/2022 at 17:50 A second prototype was presented by Tesla engineers, a more advanced version of Optimus, but still unable to move. – /AFP DECRYPTION – The whimsical boss of Tesla hopes to be able to sell the first models within three to five years, … Read more

Tesla, the champion of integration

Elon Musk, creator of Tesla. WENN via Reuters The “all-in-one” business model of the world’s number one electric vehicle has served as a bulwark against component shortages. As the Covid continued to cause factory closures in 2021, Tesla became the world number one in electric vehicles that year, managing to produce nearly 1 million. A … Read more