CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on the secret recordings of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy made by a close aide and the outrage caused in his right opposition party.» Read More
PARIS, Oct 5- French automaker Renault plans to build more than 70 percent of its Clio subcompacts in Turkey, union sources said, in a shift abroad that could inflame tensions with workers and the government, its biggest shareholder.
PARIS, Oct 3- Nicolas Sarkozy has told a friend he has "no choice" but to seek re-election to the French presidency in 2017, weekly paper Le Canard Enchaine reported on Wednesday, after saying he would quit politics following his election defeat in May.
PARIS, Oct 3- France's "First Lady" is dropping plans to relaunch a TV career but says that she will not quit as a journalist at Paris Match magazine because she wants to raise her children without depending on President Francois Hollande for money.
*Regrets Twitter swipe at Segolene Royal* Says TV work may not be fitting, but magazine work vital* Popularity rating sinks in new poll By Brian Love.
PARIS, Oct 1- Fresh from the successful re-launch of sleepy French shoemaker Roger Vivier, Italy's king of luxury Tod's Chairman Diego Della Valle is resuscitating Schiaparelli, a fashion brand inspired by Surrealists that has lain dormant since 1954..
Some of Europe’s biggest fund managers have confirmed they are dumping euro assets amid rising fears over a possible Greek exit from the euro zone and single currency turmoil, the Financial Times reports.
French socialist Francois Hollande is inaugurated as president in the Elysee Palace in Paris; Nicolas Sarkozy takes his leave.
Discussing Europe's debt and political drama, with John Browne, Euro Pacific Capital and Steve Massocca, Wedbush Securities.
In the cacophony of the euro zone debt crisis, there are some voices that matter. Eurogroup chair Jean-Claude Juncker. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble. EU Commissioner Olli Rehn. And, of course, "@Queen_Europe,” a.k.a. the Twitter artist formerly known as "@Angela_d_Merkel.”
Veronique De Rugy, Senior Scholar, Mercatus Center at George Mason University says not all austerity is the same and that a better option is austerity with spending cuts accompanied with structural reforms.
Greg Ip, The Economist editor, shares perspective on this weekend's presidential election of Socialist Francois Hollande in France and what would happen if Mitt Romney wins the U.S. presidential election in November.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy concedes defeat to Socialist Francois Hollande in Sunday's presidential election. CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi filed this report.
It has been a weekend of major change in the European political landscape, with elections in France, Greece, the UK, Germany and Italy. Some observers are now saying that if the politics of austerity continue, Europe could be in danger of breaking up.
Sunday will bring elections in both France and Greece. Here's your trading strategy.
Discussing ways in which the French election could impact the American economy, with Morris Reid, BGR Group and Douglas Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum. Also, CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the Treasury has announced a public offering of AIG common stock.
President Nicolas Sarkozy’s hopes of re-election suffered a further knock when the leader of France’s centrist party shifted his support to the Socialist challenger already buoyed by a strong performance in the campaign’s only head-to-head television debate, the Financial Times reports.
The "Squawk on the Street" team and Art Cashin of UBS discuss concerns for Europe and the ADP report.
May Day, Europe’s equivalent to the U.S. Labor Day, is traditionally a protest day, a symbol for workers and trade unions, but upcoming elections in France and Greece are bringing a new level of political importance to the annual holiday.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the issues surrounding fiscal austerity and how to bring economic prosperity.
Hedge fund managers make for unlikely supporters of François Hollande, the French socialist presidential candidate, the Financial Times reports.