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  1. FILE PHOTO: Michelin tyre's factory restarts production in its plant in Cholet

    Michelin plans to scrap up to 2,300 jobs over three years, no layoffs

    French tyre maker Michelin said on Wednesday it would cut its workforce by up to 2,300 jobs over three years as part of a new simplification and ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Paris

    Juggling lockdowns, Michelin Guide raced to find its star chefs for French edition

    This year, the guide, first published in 1900, wanted to press ahead as a means of paying tribute to one of the industries hardest hit by ...
  3. One-Michelin-starred chef de La Calle, owner of the "El Invernadero" restaurant, cooks a

    Michelin chef to deliver paella, veggie dishes to beat Spain lockdown slump

    Chef Rodrigo de la Calle of El Invernadero is having to reinvent himself to stay afloat until the COVID-19 crisis ends.
  4. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Michelin Group is seen ahead of a news conference to present the company&ap

    Top Michelin executives agree to pay cuts to help with COVID-19 response

    French tyre company Michelin said on Monday that its leading executives had agreed to take pay cuts as a gesture of solidarity to help deal with ...
  5. FILE PHOTO:  The logo of Michelin Group is seen ahead of a news conference to present the company&a

    Michelin shares fall after tire maker sees lower 2020 operating income

    Shares in French tire maker Michelin fell on Tuesday after the company forecast a slightly lower operating income for 2020 and flagged ...
  6. Chef Palash Mitra

    Don't generalise our food as curry, says chef of 1st Michelin-starred Pakistani restaurant

    Pakistani food gets the recognition it deserves thanks to Hong Kong’s New Punjab Club, helmed by chef Palash Mitra.
  7. Sushi Nakazawa Trump hotel

    A restaurant in a Trump hotel wins a Michelin star – and it's not for burgers

    The eatery in Washington was awarded one star, which means the guide's editors believe it's "worth a stop."
  8. Desmond Lim Les Amis

    Les Amis pays for staff to dine around the world – so they love their craft more

    It's all part of investing in talent, said Group chairman Desmond Lim, as he reflects on surviving 25 years in fine dining and launches four new ...
  9. Sustainable Chef Kirk Westaway HERO

    The secret to Jaan’s delicious Reinventing British menu is to go small and specific

    From Scottish kombu to creamy Devon butter, Jaan’s Chef de Cuisine Kirk Westaway orders organic-certified small producers to get the best ...