(AOF) – Capelli

Capelli has published revenue for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2021-2022 of 73.4 million euros, up 25% year on year. The real estate developer has revealed that since January 1, it has filed building permit applications for more than 1,300 lots, and one-calendar year permits are up 73%. Over the half-year, sales rose 9.5% to 141.1 million euros, supported by the excellent momentum in Switzerland and Luxembourg (+ 90%), while France (68.5 % of activity) fell by 8%.

Capgemini

Capgemini has acquired Possible Future, one of the main players in sustainable innovation consulting based in Paris. Founded in 2016, Possible Future has become a major player in sustainable innovation consulting and supports clients all over the world. Its method consists of bringing out new products and services with a strong economic, environmental and social impact by relying on the multidisciplinary nature of its teams, the experience and knowledge of its customers, and on the intelligence and creativity of their staff. ecosystems.

Cegedim

Cegedim Santé, Cegedim’s activity dedicated to supporting healthcare professionals and patients in France, has announced the launch of a recruitment campaign for 30 new employees in Rodez in Aveyron (12), within the RM Engineering entity. “These recruitments will allow Cegedim Santé to consolidate its development and provide a local service throughout the territory”, explained the company. RM Ingénierie, a Cegedim Santé entity, located in Aveyron, currently has 260 employees.

CGG

CGG delivered a new GeoVerse Carbon Storage study dedicated to the rapid identification and assessment of suitable carbon dioxide storage sites by industrial operators in the field of carbon dioxide capture, use and storage ( CCUS). This licensed Northern North Sea study assesses in detail the potential CO2 storage areas in the Northern Viking Graben region where CGG has a 3D seismic multi-client dataset in UK and Norwegian waters.

Miliboo

The digital furniture brand will publish its sales for the first half of the year after the market close.

Nextstage

NextStage’s Net Asset Value (NAV) as of September 30, 2021 (before neutralization of preferred shares) remains stable compared to June 30, 2021 at 228.7 million euros (-0.61%). The NAV per ordinary share at September 30, 2021 of the investment company changes similarly over three months to 109.2 euros (-0.64%). Over the first nine months of the year, NAV increased by 4.1% and NAV per ordinary share increased by 5.1%.

Orange

On Wednesday evening, Orange’s board of directors accepted the resignation of the operator’s CEO, Stéphane Richard. The latter’s departure will be effective as from the establishment of a new governance and no later than January 31, 2022. Stéphane Richard had handed over his mandate to the board of directors meeting urgently at 6 p.m. after the decision to the Paris Court of Appeal. The latter sentenced Stéphane Richard to a one-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of 50,000 euros for complicity in the embezzlement of public funds in the “Tapie” affair.

Remy Cointreau

Rémy Cointreau achieved consolidated sales of 645.3 million euros in the first half, up 52% ​​organically (+ 49.8% as reported) and 26.9% organically compared to the first semester 2019-20 (pre-pandemic). This performance reflects the continued excellent momentum in China and the United States and a strong recovery in Europe, the French number two in wines and spirits said in a press release. Current operating income stood at 212.9 million, representing exceptional growth of + 104.5% organically and + 100.4% as reported.

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