France's economy experienced no growth at all in the first quarter of 2014, disappointing hopes of a 0.2 per cent rise in production, as the eurozone's hoped-for recovery failed to materialise.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has told ministries to make 18 billion euros of cuts in spending over three years in a letter outlining their budgets for 2015.
Paris's most expensive apartment has just fetched eight million euros, 46,200 euros per square metre. But estate agents who were charged with selling it aren't happy.
US company Omnicom and French group Publicis called off merger talks to form the world's largest advertising company on Thursday.
The French press found Thursday's lacklustre and rain-drenched May Day parades against the Socialist government’s budget cuts uninspiring.
Angry employees of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën have donated their “pathetic” bonuses to charity.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls defended his “deeply modern” economic policy on Wednesday, the day after 41 MPs from his Socialist Party refused to back a cuts package that finances ...
French Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg has put off a meeting with General Electric (GE) boss Jeffrey Ilmert as he looks into a possible offer by Siemens to buy into French engineering giant ...
France's Socialist government claimed that unemployment is levelling out as monthly figures showed a rise of 1,600 in March, after a sharp rise in February.
Standard and Poor’s (S&P) on Friday maintained its AA rating for France and judged the Socialist government too optimistic over prospects for the budget deficit and employment.