Auction: Microsoft co-founder’s collection sold for 1.59 billion euros

At Christie’s in New York, the collection of Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, who died in 2018, went to auction last weekend for a total of … 1.59 billion euros. Never seen. Article reserved for subscribers Journalist in the Culture Department By Julie Huon Published on 14/11/2022 at 17:58 Reading time: 5 min L155 paintings … Read more

Has Brexit made Britain unruly?

Since the Brexit vote, British political life seems chaotic. This is evident from the election of a new Conservative leader internally, less than two months after Liz Truss took office. Article reserved for subscribers By Chloe Goudenhoof Published on 23/10/2022 at 16:55 Reading time: 6 min Lthe tories are about to elect their fourth prime … Read more

Didier Ongena (Microsoft): “Technology should not be a geek affair”

The technology arouses many fears, including that of being… dropped. For the boss of Microsoft in Belgium, it is more necessary than ever to keep an open mind in order to tame the revolutions that are looming. “Curiosity is more than ever a cardinal virtue,” he says. Article reserved for subscribers Journalist in the Economy … Read more

Why car insurance escapes inflation

In five years, premiums for liability have decreased by 4.7%. At issue: the decline in claims and competition. Article reserved for subscribers Journalist in the Economy department By Jean-Francois Munster Published on 08/24/2022 at 18:26 Reading time: 4 mins Tout increases”. This phrase has been heard a lot in recent months. Indeed, few products escape … Read more