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Ford fonce vers la voiture autonome

Ford fonce vers la voiture autonome
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Benoît Georges @bengeorges
à ne pas manquer
Ford fonce vers la voiture autonome
La course à la voiture sans chauffeur mobilise de plus en plus de constructeurs. Dans la foulée de BMW, Mercedes ou General Motors, l'américain Ford se lance à son tour, avec une annonce choc : des véhicules 100 % autonomes, sans volant, ni pédales de frein et d'accélérateur, sortiront en série de ses usines dans à peine cinq ans. Mais ne comptez par partir avec sur la route des vacances dès l'été 2021. Selon Mark Fields, le patron de Ford, les premiers véhicules seront réservés aux entreprises de transport à la demande, comme Uber ou Lyft. Quant au grand public, il devra patienter au moins jusqu'à 2025 - sauf si les concurrents du géant de Détroit le prennent de vitesse.
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LA VALEUR DU JOUR
Wienerberger

Ça ne casse vraiment pas des briques pour le numéro un mondial la terre cuite (murs, toitures, façades). Le groupe viennois a accusé l’une des plus fortes baisses de l’indice européen Stoxx 600 après avoir averti que les effets de change allaient peser sur ses profits annuels. En cause, notamment, la dépréciation de la livre sterling, l’activité outre-Manche ayant ralenti depuis le Brexit. Il faut dire que la Grande-Bretagne est le premier marché de Wienerberger, avec 10 % de ses ventes.

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La personnalité du jour
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L'inexorable déclin des grands magasins américains
Tout un symbole : Macy's, enseigne de grands magasins iconique aux Etats-Unis, vient d'annoncer la fermeture d'une centaine de sites, soit 15 % de son réseau. Même son navire amiral de New York, qui fait sa fierté depuis un siècle, pourrait tirer le rideau. Et Macy's n'est pas un cas isolé : concurrencées par l'e-commerce et les spécialistes du déstockage, toutes les chaînes réduisent la voilure. A lire demain dans "Les Echos", l'article de notre correspondante aux Etats-Unis, Elsa Conesa.
 
 
 
 

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