Paris's landmark art déco hotel, Le Lutetia, closed on Monday for renovations that will take three years and cost nearly 100 million euros.
French oil giant Total is to invest in Angola's Kaombo project after finding ways to cut costs of extracting ultra-deep offshore oil by a fifth, the firm announced on Monday.
Rumours that it is now illegal to work after 6pm in France are greatly exaggerated.
France's state-owned rail company, the SNCF, is free to bid for a contract three-billion-dollar contract in the US state of Maryland after a bill aiming to block it because of its role in the ...
French opposition politicians hailed a turn to pro-business policies by new Prime Minister Manuel Valls after his speech to parliament on Tuesday.
New French Prime Minister Manuel Valls promised tax cuts to bosses and low-paid workers in his policy speech to parliament on Tuesday.
France's new prime minister, Manuel Valls, is planning more cuts in spending over and above the 50-billion-euros-worth announced by President François Hollande as part of his Responsibility ...
France's new double-header economy team - Finance Minister Muchel Sapin and Economy and Industrial Recovery Minister Arnaud Montebourg- visit Berlin on Monday as Paris bids for more time to reach ...
France's main cross-Channel port, Calais, was paralysed by a dockworkers' strike on Thursday with traffic jams several kilometres long blocking the motorways leading to the town.
France's new government will be business-friendly, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said last night after announcing a cabinet drawn from the left and the right of his Socialist Party.
There were only two new ministers in the cabinet announced by France's new Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Tuesday.
France's new prime minister, Manuel Valls, has announced his new cabinet, firing Pierre Moscovici as finance minister.
On the last day of his visit to France, Chinese leader Xi Jinping heads to the Palace of Versailles for a concert and a lavish dinner as the visit ends on a more cultural note after the commercial ...
The number of jobless in France surged by 0.9 percent in February to a new record of 3.34 million, the employment ministry said on Wednesday.
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, was back in court for questioning over her role in a controversial payout made to a French businessman, Bernard Tapie.
France's top appeals court has upheld a three-year prison sentence against rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel.
A group of Greenpeace activists broke into France’s oldest nuclear power plant early on Tuesday morning in a stunt intended to publicise alleged security faults at atomic facilities.
The European aviation consortium Airbus has announced that the new Saudi Arabian company, SaudiGulf, has ordered four A320s.
France's Vivendi wants Numericable to buy its telecoms unit SFR, the French consortium announced Friday. It is to enter into exclusive negotiations with Numericable's parent company, Altice, ...
French aviation giant Dassault's profits fell 8.5 per cent in 2013, it announced Thursday. The company is pinning its hopes on a so-far elusuve fighter-jet contract with India.