Media

Media week N°5: Rolf Heinz, Guillaume Pannaud, BFMTV, Elizabeth Martichoux, Julia Cagé…

Movements, nominations, distinctions, launches, events… Every Friday, find the main news from the media. • Kiosk Anne Bayle-IniguezDeputy Editor-in-Chief Doctor’s Dailyjoined the editorial staff of the Daily Economy department Opinionand covers health, social protection and pensions. Maryline Baumardeditor-in-chief of World Africawas appointed deputy editor of the daily The world. Sebastien Darrasex RMC, joined the horse

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Media

Disney+ to the rescue of Mickey’s Empire

Netflix’s competing streaming platform claims nearly 74 million subscribers. Penalized by its amusement parks, the American group suffered its second consecutive quarter of losses. In Washington Disney sinks into the red, but its shareholders remain optimistic. . But, above all, the new boss since February, Bob Chapek, has so far managed to convince Wall Street

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Media

Mediawan weighs a billion in production

The group created by the Capton-Niel-Pigasse trio is structured to manage international co-productions. Four years after its creation, Mediawan has managed, through acquisitions, to constitute a European giant of audiovisual production which today weighs one billion euros in turnover. Today, it must be posed and structured. The audiovisual production group, launched in 2016 by ,

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Conjoncture

Covid-19 crisis: the executive works with a smaller group of economists

The Blanchard-Tirole commission, appointed by Macron, will submit its report in early 2021. Change! Friday, December 4 afternoon, during their traditional conference call with the Minister of Finance, Bruno Le Maire, the ten economists invited to the exercise widened the usual scope of their discussions. Epidemiologist Arnaud Fontanet had indeed exceptionally joined them to compare

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Tech and web

Oat milk: Swedish Oatly wants to boil Wall Street

Valued at 23 times its turnover, the company has set its IPO price at $17 per share. After the fake Beyond Meat steaks two years ago, Oatly oat milks are in turn taking over Wall Street. This Thursday, the group, which achieved 447 million dollars (366 million euros) in turnover, set its introductory price at

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Companies

Equans: a battle between manufacturers and funds is looming

The Eiffage group officially marks its interest in Engie’s energy services subsidiary. Officially all options are on the table. In reality, in the name of its own simplification, Engie is preparing to sell its brand new subsidiary Equans, formed from its activities in energy services. The group chaired by Jean-Pierre Clamadieu and directed by Catherine

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Conjoncture

Mecachrome grows in the aeronautical parts market

Under the aegis of the consolidation fund, the SME bought out Hitim, a French technological nugget. In order to emerge stronger from the crisis that has hit them hard, aeronautical subcontractors are embarking on a consolidation movement. After the group, a second operation is taking place in France this week. Mecachrome, a specialist in sophisticated

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Companies

Mecachrome grows in the aeronautical parts market

Under the aegis of the consolidation fund, the SME bought out Hitim, a French technological nugget. In order to emerge stronger from the crisis that has hit them hard, aeronautical subcontractors are embarking on a consolidation movement. After the group, a second operation is taking place in France this week. Mecachrome, a specialist in sophisticated

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