Money "Will we be open tomorrow?" ». The Camaïeu brand placed in judicial liquidation
Tomorrow belongs to us (spoiler): Who shot Benjamin (Alexandre Varga) on TF1?
© supplied by all TV this Wednesday, September 28, 2022, TF1 will draw the continuation of the unpublished adventures of Tomorrow belongs to us . While Hadrian, Alma's son, will be on the run, Benjamin will come out of a coma. The pediatrician will drop the name of his attacker… Benjamin accuses Matthew in Tomorrow belongs to us in the next episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us , Karim ( Samy Gharbi ) is responsible for collecting the testimony of Benjamin ( Alexandre Varga ) .
The northern ready-to-wear brand Camaïeu was placed this Wednesday, September 28, 2022 in compulsory liquidation. Diving in the disarray of 2,600 employees, after several years of crisis and restructuring.
"We suspected that something was happening because this morning we received an email prohibiting us from talking to the press. From nothing, ”, says this employee of Morbihan. It was by looking at the BFM television channel that she learned the placement in compulsory liquidation of her undertaking
Tomorrow belongs to us: Will Ingrid Chauvin leave the series? The reason for its explained absence
difficult to imagine tomorrow belongs to us (TF1) without Ingrid Chauvin. However, for several episodes now, like that of this Thursday, September 29, 2022, Chloé Delcourt no longer participates in the intrigues of the series. Should we understand that the actress discreetly left the series? That she prepares her departure? We have the answer. Interview of the actors of Tomorrow belongs to us.
A decision taken by the Lille court this Wednesday, September 28, 2022, after a continuation plan presented by the shareholder of the northern ready-to-wear brand, Hermione People and Brands ( HPB).
"No internal communication has been made. Will we be open tomorrow? I do not know. We knew that the company was going to be bad , "said the employee at the end of the afternoon. Who is not surprised. "Post closures, shop closings ... It's terrible what I'm going to say but it's almost a relief. We lost money, it couldn't happen otherwise. The hardest part was to fear. Now we are fixed.placed in receivership two months ago 2,600 jobs should be deleted. How did we get here ? Burned by debts of 240 million euros, including some 70 million unpaid rents, the brand founded in 1984
had requested its placement in receivership two months ago"ready to put money on the table" to save Camaïeu, the Ministry of the Economy estimated that the State cannot " in no case replace shareholders ”.
Australian woman spends $20,000 pokies win on brand new car
The owner of Victoria's largest power plant has announced that its bringing forward its closure by a decade. Loy Yang-A, near Traralgon will close in 2035, and its demise has put the heat on governments to ensure the transition to renewables can be done effectively.
79.2 million euros were necessary in total over the next eight months, according to HPB, to relaunch the brand which it had bought in August 2020 and restructured, by taking up 511 of the brand's 634 stores in France and some 2,600 employees on more than 3,100. But it was heckled by the health crisis-
with a strategy of non-payment of rents during the COVID period denounced by the CGT of CamaïeuSeveral brands in difficulty in sector
while the difficulties in the clothing sector lead several brands to similar crisis situations"The situation has worsened with the health crisis which forced the clothing stores to close. Current inflation also does not encourage consumers to spend. » estimated a few days ago that . For Gildas Minvielle, director of the Economic Observatory of the French Fashion Institute, Camaïeu has been reflecting a sector in difficulty for several years.
In 2021, ready-to-wear sales were with 8.3 % compared to 2019.
Colauréate of the Nobel Peace Nobel, the NGO Memorial still abused by the Putin regime .
Russian justice ordered the seizure of the Moscow offices of the Recipient Association of the Nobel Peace Prize, Friday, October 7. The Kremlin hopes to suffocate the NGO which has continued to challenge Russian leaders for thirty years. © AFP.com/dimitar Dilkoff in December 2021 demonstrators tried to prevent the dissolution of Memorial, before the Russian Supreme Court. The NGO is now engraved in history, as a Nobel Peace Prize. Alexandra's mouth twists.