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Jul 31, 2014

The French Laundry: 20th Anniversary Commemorative Plates

In honor of The French Laundry's 20th Anniversary earlier this month, chef Thomas Keller  partnered with Raynaud to debut a collection of limited edition commemorative plates. A platinum Roman numeral emblem is met with an image of the restaurant’s u... #Thomas Keller #Per Se

Jul 30, 2014

Suspect charged with murder in May Jewish Museum shooting which killed 4

The man suspected of killing four people at the Brussels Jewish Museum in May has been charged with "murder in a terrorist context." One day after his extradition from France, federal police said Wednesday that Mehdi Nemmouche had also been interroga... #Jewish Museum #Brussels

Jul 31, 2014

DealBook: French Upstart Makes Offer for T-Mobile USA

The move by Iliad, the fourth largest cellphone operator in France, would be a huge test of its financial capabilities and comes as T-Mobile and Sprint have been in merger talks... #T-Mobile #Sprint Nextel Corporation

Jul 31, 2014

DealBook: French Upstart Makes Offer for T-Mobile USA

The move by Iliad, the fourth largest cellphone operator in France, would be a huge test of its financial capabilities and comes as T-Mobile and Sprint have been in merger talks... #T-Mobile #Sprint Nextel Corporation

Jul 30, 2014

T Magazine: Letter From France | The Paris Hotel Scene Gets a Glitzy New Player

Opening this Friday in a building that once housed the legendary Hotel Majestic, the Peninsula Hotel Paris is the latest luxury property in the city to target its amenities toward an increasingly international (and demanding) clientele... #T-Mobile #Sprint Nextel Corporation

Jul 31, 2014

French Families Challenge Doctors on Wrenching End-of-Life Decisions

Doctors in France are being challenged on their right to make end-of-life decisions for patients who cannot communicate, though some doctors insist that making such calls is better for the family... #European Court of Human Rights #France

Jul 27, 2014

5 Things to know about the Tour de France Stage 21

5 Things to know about the Tour de France Stage 2... #European Court of Human Rights #France

Jul 27, 2014

Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali Wins the 2014 Tour de France

Injuries to the early favorites gave Nibali a clear path to becoming the race’s first Italian champion in 16 years as he captured a Tour filled with cold and rainy weather... #European Court of Human Rights #France

Jul 27, 2014

Woman Who Helped Start French Cycling Race Ends It With a Win

Marianne Vos won the inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France, which came about through an online campaign. The hope is that it helps revive the women’s version of the Tour... #European Court of Human Rights #France

Jul 27, 2014

Tour de France biker accused of doping after selfie

This is what it takes to ride the Tour de France. Polish rider Bartosz Huzarski has posted a leg selfie showing the incredible strain his limbs are under while riding the world's most famous cycling event... #European Court of Human Rights #France