Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, November 9: Canal increases its subscriptions, Decathlon announces a high-end electric bike and Meta lays off 13% of its employees. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Aroged newsletter.
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Canal+ subscriptions: prices continue to rise
All prices increase, it is the lot of inflation and Canal Plus is no exception to the rule. The media group has indeed announced the price of its Canal+ & Disney+ Limited Series. As a reminder, this non-binding offer was until now offered at 24.99 euros per month to access not only Canal+ channels, but also Disney+. From the next monthly renewal, for subscribers without commitment, the amount of the subscription will thus increase to 27.99 euros per month.
Decathlon Long Distance 920 E: great autonomy, integrated GPS and premium price for its next VAE
After having already mentioned its new top-of-the-range electric bike, Decathlon has provided more information on its Long Distance 920 E. What allow us to learn that the bike will benefit from a range of 120 km (in assistance mode the weakest), that it will carry a double motor allowing it to benefit from a torque of 65 Nm, all for a rather salty price of 3200 euros.
Meta: Mark Zuckerberg miscalculation causes 11,000 layoffs
Mark Zuckerberg’s group announced on Wednesday the dismissal of no less than 13% of its workforce. 11,000 people are thus affected by the departure plan. Above all, Mark Zuckerberg explained this decision by explaining that at the start of the Covid, Meta had estimated much stronger growth than it had been due to the explosion of e-commerce. Faced with these calculation errors, Meta therefore had to backtrack and considerably reduce its payroll.
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