Riyadh prepares land offensive in Yemen
After the air strikes that got underway on March 25, Riyadh, leader of the regional coalition fighing Houthi rebels in Yemen, is now preparing its land offensive. [...]
France’s Total is one of the world’s top seven oil and oil products companies and is involved in every aspect of the oil chain from extraction to sales. In the early 2000s, it merged with Elf Aquitaine and was called TotalFinaElf before changing its name back to Total.
Weighed down by debts, the private security group Altegrity, which owns the corporate intelligence firm Kroll and the vetting companies Hireright and USIS, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on February 8. Beyond its difficulties in the wake of the botched [. [...]
Two lessons can be learned from the terrorist attacks that rocked Paris last week: while the inter-ministerial crisis centre operated by the interior ministry rose to the occasion, successfully coordinating the operations that neutralised the jihadists, there were flaws in [. [...]
An array of consultants are involved in the breach of confidence, defamation and conspiracy case that the Saudi Arabian Al Shelash family-owned property giant Dar Al Arkan Real Estate Development (DAAR) and Bank Alkhair (BA) are pursuing via the High [. [...]
The Russian defence industry and the country's military top brass have been stirring up Moscow in the wake of France's announcement that it has suspended delivery of a Mistral-class warship to Russia. The Kremlin is actively preparing its legal case [. [...]
Paris is increasingly concerned about US-appointed corporate monitors at flagship French companies such as Total, Alcatel-Lucent or Technip. Against the backdrop of negotiations for the appointment of yet another corporate monitor, this time at BNP Paribas, and the possibility that [. [...]