Amazon to lay off 10,000 employees

Amazon is preparing to lay off about 10,000 employees according to the New York Times. The online sales platform would thus become the latest American tech giant to respond to the economic crisis with a large-scale social plan. This would represent just under 1% of the group’s payroll, which had 1.6 million employees worldwide at … Read more

A second Mondi Club in Punta Cana for Mondial Tourism

A second establishment will join the Mondi Club family this winter. Indeed theImpressive Premium Punta Cana 5* will be stamped with the label from 24/12, the date from which French-speaking entertainment will be offered to customers. It will offer a magnificent private beach, numerous swimming pools, no less than 10 themed restaurants (included in the … Read more

Joe Biden threatens to tax oil giants’ ‘war profits’

Joe Biden threatened Monday, in virulent terms, to tax the “war profits” of the oil giants, which seems a political proclamation more than a concrete tax promise, a week before crucial legislative elections. Referring to the pharaonic profits announced recently by Exxonmobil and Chevron – more than 30 billion dollars between them in a single … Read more

lifting of the strike at three TotalEnergies sites

AFP, published on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at 10:37 p.m. The mobilization of strikers at the oil sites of TotalEnergies fell sharply on Wednesday with the lifting of the strike at three sites, while two others decided to continue their showdown with management, with the government insisting that the situation “continues to improve” on the … Read more

rising electricity and gas distribution tariffs in Flanders

Published on Friday, October 7, 2022 at 1:01 p.m. Par Sudinfo with Belga An average household in Flanders should pay 37 euros more next year in electricity and gas distribution tariffs, the Flemish regulator, Vreg, said on Friday. An average household in Flanders should pay 37 euros more next year in electricity and gas distribution … Read more