official warning from the authorities and resignations

The tumultuous acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk continued to make waves on Thursday, November 10, with the resignation of senior officials of the social network, and a rare warning from the US competition agency (FTC). “We are following recent developments at Twitter with great concern. No CEO or company is above the law”, said … Read more

Elon Musk claims to have sold his ‘Burnt Hair’ perfume for $1 million

“Thank you for buying my perfume, so I can buy Twitter,” the businessman, who is expected to buy the social network for $44 billion by the end of the month, tweeted on Wednesday. Elon Musk said he sold a perfume called “Burnt Hair” for $ 1 million, the latest whimsical claim from the boss of … Read more

Musk wants to post his tweets about Tesla without having them pre-approved

Elon Musk has asked a New York court to annul a provision of an agreement made with the American stock market policeman (SEC) obliging him to have his tweets linked to the activity of his Tesla group validated by a lawyer. In a document submitted Tuesday evening to a federal appeals court in Manhattan, Elon … Read more

A consumer association denounces the excessive presence of plastic in food packaging

In a vast survey, the CLCV listed the packaging of more than 250 food products and criticized the excessive presence of plastic in relation to the quantity of food. The alarm bell is ringing. While the anti-waste law, passed in 2020, sets targets for reducing packaging – and in particular to limit the presence of … Read more

have food recalls really increased?

THE CHEKING PROCESS – In the wake of the Buitoni pizza and Kinder chocolate scandals ahead of Easter, recalls seem to be on the rise. Is that the case ? The recalls of food products seem to be linked since the spring. The Buitoni frozen pizza scandal was followed a few weeks later by the … Read more

Tesla puts battery factory project in Germany on hold

Tesla has put plans to build a battery factory in Germany on hold to see how the group can respond to new regulations on subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles in the United States, according to the Wall Street Journal. Washington indeed adopted in August a text providing for tax incentives for manufacturers if … Read more

Tesla plans to build a lithium refinery in Texas

US electric vehicle maker Tesla plans to build a lithium refinery in the Gulf Coast region of Texas and is seeking tax breaks to complete the project. In an application package sent to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts at the end of August and made public on Friday, Tesla says it wants to “process … Read more

An Italian Nobel Prize winner at the heart of a controversy over… cooking pasta

Italian physicist Giorgio Parisi suggested on Facebook to turn off the heat under the pan when cooking pasta to save energy. Great harm has taken him. Energy savings, but not at any cost. In Italy, the physicist Giorgio Parisi, Nobel Prize winner moreover, advertised on his Facebook account a small daily gesture that saves more … Read more

American associations want to prevent Elon Musk from buying Twitter

Several human rights NGOs have joined forces in the hope of preventing Elon Musk from buying Twitter, for fear that the multi-billionaire will allow toxic behavior to explode on the platform. “If we don’t block this operation, he will give a megaphone to demagogues and extremists, who (…) incite hatred, violence and harassment”, Nicole Gill, … Read more

Nestlé expands its “Kit-Kat Vegan” to fifteen European countries, including France

While the chocolate product is popular for snacks or snacks, a new milk-free version will soon be on French shelves. “Kitkat” breaks will soon have another flavor. Faced with the success of the vegan version of the chocolate bar in Great Britain launched in early 2021, Nestlé has decided to expand its distribution to fifteen … Read more