PARIS President Emmanuel Macron paid tribute on Friday to the last surviving member of an order honouring heroes of France's liberation during World War Two who died this week.
PARIS (Reuters) -A French court on Friday, citing a legal technicality, rejected a claim brought by two children's associations that aimed to tighten access to some of the world's biggest porn websites.
The governor of Iowa has said she will appeal a temporary order by a federal judge that aims to allow schools to enforce use of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, which has killed more than 6,300 people in the state.
Alphonso David, the president of Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ advocacy group in the United States, was fired on Monday after a New York Attorney General report said he had advised former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on how to handle sexual harassment allegations, the organization's board said.
WARSAW (Reuters) -Poland's Constitutional Tribunal again postponed on Tuesday a planned ruling on whether the country's constitution or European Union treaties take precedence, a verdict that could call into question the bloc's legal order.
Aug 5 SBM Offshore announced a share
buyback programme on Thursday as the oil and gas services
company reported better than expected first-half core earnings,
sending its shares up more than 6%.
* CEO predicts slowing decline
(Updates with CEO quote from call, share move)
France's Vinci raised its 2021 outlook on Friday, saying sales and profit margins at its energy and construction businesses should exceed pre-pandemic levels after a strong start to the year.
(Reuters) -French consulting and IT services provider Capgemini hiked its 2021 guidance, sending its shares to a 20-year high, after a "structural acceleration" in global demand.
(Reuters) -Dutch health technology company Philips announced forecast-beating earnings and a share buyback on Monday but failed to allay investor concerns over the rising cost of a recall of its respiratory devices. | Video