France

Air France Offers Compromise After Flight Attendants' Outrage at Headscarf Rule

Those who aren't comfortable wearing a headscarf in Tehran can fly to other locations, the company said.

Hacker Group Anonymous Declares War On Islamic State

The hacker community that attacked PayPal and Mastercard is responding to the attacks in Paris.

Holly Ellyatt

French Officials Not Pleased With Shirt-Ripping Air France Protesters

France's Prime Minster said the images of Air France executives with torn clothes are an embarrassment to the country.

Reuters

Reuters

Google Refuses French Request to Apply 'Right to Be Forgotten' Globally

The majority of searches made from Europe are done through local versions of Google, the company argues.

Reuters

Amazon's Loan Program for Sellers Expands Into New Markets

Amazon Lending, its business loan program for small sellers, will be available in eight more countries later this year.

Reuters

Chaos Unfolds in France as Uber and Taxi Drivers Riot

Drivers of the highly regulated taxi system in France say they are unable to compete with the peer-to-peer UberPOP model.

Chinese Billionaire Treats 6,400 Employees to a Free Vacation in France

Tiens CEO Li Jinyuan just took employee appreciation to a whole new level.

From Fermented Food to Video Streaming, These French Entrepreneurs Are Making a Splash Stateside

Attitudes towards entrepreneurship are evolving among today's French youth.

Geoff Weiss