Carrefour Flash is the first store of this kind in France, and will be located at 11 avenue Parmentier, in the capital’s eleventh arrondissement. With Flash, technology is used to enhance the customer experience, making shopping more straightforward. It has nearly 900 everyday product references on sale. Continue reading
ROLFS Global CEO Francis Tesmer, in collaboration with Mesa Community College (MCC), Arizona State University (ASU) and L’Oréal USA Professional Products Division (PPD), has pioneered the creation and development of Lead, a revolutionary higher-education program that will transform beauty professionals into industry leaders. Continue reading
Schneider Electric’s innovative and sustainable technologies are at the heart of the renewed medium-voltage electrical distribution system, delivered by Alstom for Milan’s Azienda Trasporti Milanesi bus depots in Viale Sarca and Giambellino. Continue reading
LVMH and Google Cloud announced a strategic partnership to accelerate innovation and develop new cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. Both companies will join forces to empower LVMH’s Maisons—the company’s individual luxury brands—to create new, personalized customer experiences that foster long-term growth. The partnership combines both companies’ creativity, assets, technological capabilities, thirst for innovation and recognized positions in their respective markets. Continue reading
Ahead of Earth Hour (Saturday, March 27th), Schneider Electric, the global energy management and automation firm, is calling on businesses to include CO2e reduction on their list of post-lockdown priorities. This year’s event coincides with many companies dusting off their plans for a safe return to the office this summer. Continue reading
PARIS, FRANCE, (REUTERS) – French judicial investigators have opened a full-scale inquiry into allegations of complicity in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, an official at the public prosecutor’s office said on Monday (September 25). Continue reading
London Fashion Week is in full swing and British designers are pinning their hopes on growing demand for UK-made clothing. The Albion Knitting company is one start-up which is already supplying LVMH, Gucci and Richemont.
(Reuters Business Report) – Fierce rivals turn business partners as Germany’s big three carmakers join forces to buy Nokia’s mapping business HERE.
BMW, Audi and Daimler’s Mercedes will pay equal stakes totalling 2.5 billion euros.