Paris opposes allowing access to film, TV, radio and Internet markets be included in forthcoming free-trade negotiations between the E.U. and U.S.
The shuttering of state-run TV and radio has divided the fragile coalition government.
It expects to complete the separation of its entertainment and publishing businesses on June 28.
State-run TV, radio services will go off air on Wednesday with the loss of some 2,500 jobs.
At least seven buyout proposals, three for more than $1 billion, have been received for the video streaming service, sources say.
A U.S. federal appeals court has revived U.K. private equity investor Guy Hands' 2010 lawsuit against Citigroup over his ill-fated £4.2 billion buyout of music group EMI in 2007.
Large consumer products companies are reportedly making their advertising agencies wait longer to be paid, up to six months in some cases.
Internet media company believes blogging site will bring it a new, younger audience.
At least one Vietnamese satellite TV company stopped airing international, citing a much-disputed law.
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