Libération has little sympathy for billionaire Bernard Arnault's complaints about the proposed 75 per cent tax rate.
Business quote of the day.
Tears, bridal veils, dowagers.
The US is holding BP accountable.
Watchmen it ain't, but the brief condenses complex arguments admirably.
Pilgrims can now eat their McSpicy Paneers.
A tomato by any other name would taste exactly the same.
Sneaking in through an open Belgravia garden flat window.
Accountants give their views on "rule interpretation".
Then scuttles off for barbecue and line-dancing
If you make decisions in isolation there is every chance you will make the wrong call.
In spite of the uproar, the Lego Friends range is selling well
Police rummage through underwear drawers.
First post of the series.
Silicon valley business models edition.
To intern or not to intern?
The supermarket chain has put "Santa's grottos" in three English stores.
..and reaching the end of Europe.
The former polly Peck Tycoon sentenced for theft.
The nosedive in Lonmin’s share value over the last week is proof that the environmental, social and human rights activities of companies are linked to their financial value.
Virgin tries to do grass-roots protest, fails.
Will the mobile phone conglomerate gain a valuable Apple boost?
Local enthusiasm about new TV franchises is not shared.
National papers lost out year on year in July.
The world of finance isn't exactly filled with role models.