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Wal-Mart plans $15B more in stock buybacks

Peugeot says no plans to sell parts maker Faurecia

Airbus cancels order for six A380s from Skymark

France takes U.S. to task over BNP Paribas fine

Hollande bids to woo foreign investors back to France

France's ex-first lady attacked for 'outrageous' kiss-and-tell

Hollande's day of disasters ends with new blow

Incoming EU economic commissioner talks tough on budget discipline

Areva to sell assets, may replace CEO - Les Echos

French cinema braces for Netflix launch

Exclusive: Nestle and Fresenius home in on Danone Medical - sources

French toll road operators to meet prime minister over taxes

Accor among potential buyers of Louvre Hotels: source

Sanofi board says CEO succession not on meeting agenda

Room for manoeuvre tight on French motorway reform

Hugh Jackman makes triumphant return to Broadway in 'The River'

Galeries Lafayette owner raises Carrefour stake to 9.5 percent - paper

Protesters want Toronto mayor gone

Alcatel-Lucent to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide: report

Struggling Alitalia in last-gasp bid for survival

L'Oreal says has means to buy Nestle's stake

Frenchman Tirole wins Nobel economics prize

France's Sapin rules out 2015 budget changes - Les Echos

France defies EU partners with 'no austerity' budget

France’s Moscovici Faces Favoritism Query From EU Lawmakers

Michelin seen missing 2014 sales volume goal: Report

'Planet of the Apes' thumps chest with $73M debut

Airbus, Safran team up on response to SpaceX - sources

Renault considers cutting shift at Flins plant: Les Echos

European stocks mixed on German data, ruble hits new low

Bouygues commits to preserve jobs after SFR offer - CEO

French finance minister says prospect of EU fines 'not an issue'

Music legend Les Paul gets hometown honor

German finance minister wants EU to have budget veto powers

Mourning and manhunt after French magazine massacre

US CEO ridicules French workers as time-wasting

Alcatel-Lucent to slash 10,000 jobs worldwide

French banks, pariahs no more, face new market test