Solabia acquires microalgae specialist Algatech
France-headquartered Solabia Group has acquired Algatech Ltd., an Israel-based biotech company specialising in the development, cultivation and commercialisation of ingredients delivered from microalgae for the food supplement, food and cosmetic markets around the world. Founded in 1998 and located in the Arava desert in southern Israel, Algatech is one of the very few companies in the world to have perfected commercial-scale production of microalgae and their derivatives. Over the past (...) -
Spain's Sanchez, France's Macron to talk EU jobs on Monday
Spain's Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will meet France's centrist President Emmanuel Macron on Monday to discuss the allocation of top jobs in the European Parliament, the PM's office said.
Factbox: Auto industry consolidation - mega-mergers and alliances
Italian-American carmaker Fiat Chrysler on Monday proposed a merger of equals with France's Renault in a deal that could create the world's third-biggest carmaker and trigger a fresh round of industry consolidation.
Despite bruised ego, Macron starts real campaign for Brussels influence
Emmanuel Macron may have ended up with a disappointing second place in the European election in France, but his battle for influence in Brussels can now begin in earnest - and he is in a stronger position to wage that fight than two years ago.
3 arrested in nail bomb attack that wounded 13 in Lyon, France
The bomb that detonated on Saturday in Lyon contained screws and metal balls.
France tries Briton in absentia for murder of film producer
Twenty-two years after the battered body of French film producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier was found near her holiday home in Ireland, the murder trial of suspect Ian Bailey will begin in France on Monday.
Benin reclaims colonial-era artifacts from France
Benin is asking France to return thousands of artifacts looted from the country during the colonial wars.
'The green boom': How European papers reacted to the EU election results
Established centre-left and centre-right parties around Europe were the big losers in France, Spain, Italy and Germany