French unions are planning major rallies today to mark International Workers’ Day.
France's government insists the French economy will grow this year, contradicting economists who predict a mild recession.
Yesterday's protest against proposed changes to French employment laws is a big story in the papers today....
American tyre boss Maurice Taylor has fired another volley in the war of words with French Industrial Renewal Minister Arnaud Montebourg, calling the French government’s policies towards ...
US tyre makers Goodyear said on Thursday that it was set to close a loss-making plant in Amiens in northern France, which employs 1,173 workers.
Things are rather doom and gloom in the French papers and it's all against a white back drop because the first of the season's snow has arrived.
A Greek court has acquitted Costas Vaxevanis, the journalist who printed the Lagarde list of prominent Greeks with Swiss bank accounts.
The former head of security of Ikea in France has accused his bosses of telling him to hire detectives to spy on its employees.
No Air France flights were cancelled on Friday morning despite a strike by personnel protesting at a restructuring plan, Paris airport sources said.
French rail and airline workers are to strike next week on the eve of the Toussaint holiday weekend.