Away from the clichés that see the global economy being relentlessly dominated by digital giants, Friday’s study had been suspended before Robert Jules It appears on the contrary The most “respected” companies, the “big corporations” that truly dominate innovation. Thanks to this, it is they who withstand the best in the face of various secular crises. Our economic columnist updates Lindy’s effect, demonstrating that an entity that is maintained over time increases its ability to increase its life expectancy.
Unfortunately, this is not yet completely valid for humans … but for companies, it works, although the question is worth considering in carbon energies … Will the “venerable” oil majors survive the changes of time? Will they be able to change course and invest to fully enter the low carbon economy of the 21st century? Will they have time as the countdown to soaring temperatures begins?
After the climate-dominated public meetings in Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell and Total, the week was hot and cold for NGOs. On Thursday, they welcomed a ruling in The Hague that ordered Shell to drastically cut carbon dioxide emissions. Friday’s victory was thwarted by the referendum that Total received and which was submitted for the first time For its shareholders to vote on a climate advisory decision.
From Anglo-Saxon inspiration, such as “Say on pay” (about managers’ salaries), Patrick Pouyanni, CEO of TotalEnergies, won the phrase “say about climate”, The new name of the French pioneer to embody its industrial transformation. Greenpeace says the anger of Reclaim Finance and Greenpeace, who had activated their networks to persuade major investors to vote against them, fulfilled their frustrated hopes. Juliette Rinal That followed this historic General Assembly.
Among the rebellious minorities are Meeschaert, La Banque Postale Asset Management and CNP Assurances. Les autres, les plus importants, parmi lesquels Amundi ou AXA, ont fait le choix de la Realpolitik, arguant la décision de Total de consulter ses actionnaires sur le climat et d’indexer la rémunération de ses dirigeants sur la baisse des émissions de CO2 en absolute value. If the rebellion began at Total, Patrick Poyani had to do everything in his power to persuade: Total had ambitions to become “a pioneer in green energy,” the CEO said. To achieve this goal, the group will invest heavily: renewable energy sources, carbon dioxide capture and storage technologies, hydrogen, etc. Customers (such as fuel burned in cars or airplanes) are lower in 2030 than the 2015 level, without giving a quantified target. Because this “Band 3” definitely depends more on us than on them …
A sign that the world before is pointing to the tip of his nose, Airbus would never plan to manufacture so many aircraft, Notice Fabrice Gleszynski. With envisioned prices for the A320 and A220, Airbus will be able to deliver more than 1,000 aircraft by mid-decade, which is unprecedented in aviation history. TotalEnergies, the new name for the main French company, is still a long way towards “the last drop of oil.”
Another issue that raises great concern in this way out of the crisis, Threats of alien predation Hovering over French strategic firms, confirms Michel Caberol, who heard the hearing at the SISSE Senate, Bercy’s head of the Strategic Information and Economic Security Service, Joffrey Celestine-Urban. A rare word and disturbing words.
Percy, who is also in the focus of the news by evoking the end of the aid to companies against the backdrop of debt removal and reviewing the 2021 budget. It must be said that the state deficit will exceed 9% this year, Bruno announced the mayor, Minister of Economy for whomWe have come to this point with launching “whatever the cost” but we’re doing it gradually.. To understand how the state funded the “whatever the cost” macro journalist, our macro journalist Gregory Normand Follow A day at Agence France-Tresor, in the bowels of Percy. At the helm of AFT since 2015, Anthony Riken told him some secrets to keep the balance and borrowed a record € 260 billion euro last year with the Covid crisis. “The debt is definitely much higher, but it is much less expensive.”, Confirms.
The good economic news for this week came from French Tech where ContentSquare is a standard fundraiserThe French champion in analyzing the behavior of Internet users on websites, impressed our tech journalist Sylvain Roland. With 14 rhinos, France still lags behind the United Kingdom (37 at the end of 2020) and Germany (16 at the end of 2020). But 2021 is an obvious acceleration. La Tribune examines these very dynamic companies that may be the CAC 40 and “respectable companies” of the future.
A simple reminder for those who haven’t yet heard of the reboot of the “Corporate Social Responsibility, Time to Act, and Evidence” forum. It is available in Replay on Spotify.
You can hear it privately there Emmanuel Faber, former head of Danone at Mission Corporation. And the Jean-Dominique Senard and Pascal Demerger on the link between corporate social responsibility and strategy.