Runaway success Merci, Patron! is about unemployed couple from northern France who lose their jobs when the company opens new factories in Poland.
Bernard Arnault, boss of LVMH which owns brands such as Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Givenchy, hopes to acquire Le Parisien for €50m.
Critics say that new glass facade planned as part of the redevelopment of this art deco and nouveau Paris landmark will look like a shower curtain.
Probe relating to France's richest man Bernard Arnault concerns a capital increase of 2.9 billion euros in LVMH's Belgian holding company.
The two high-profile luxury brands come before French stock-market regulator in dispute over Bernard Arnault's stake in Hermès.
The head of luxury group LVMH said he always denied the move was for tax reasons but had abandoned plans to avoid 'any ambiguity'.
Belgian prosecutors have advised against giving citizenship to Bernard Arnault, chief executive of luxury group LVMH.
Baron Rothschild, owner of French daily Libération, defends crude headline attacking LVMH boss Bernard Arnault for seeking Belgian nationality.