- Chinese corporation Legend Holdings is rumoured to be buying 90% of the stakes in BIL. However, official Chinese government policy is now discouraging Chinese companies from investing too much abroad; a policy paper sets out the sectors in which companies are allowed to invest and in which not to.
- Paperjam looks back at the origins of the tensions, which almost led to a strike, between the administration of aerial navigation (Ana) and Lux-Airport with interactive timelines. Lux-Airport will now be aerodrome operator, and Ana will be responsible for the management of the runways and the immediate surroundings.
- Laurent Loschetter, CEO of DSL Data Service and founder of Den Atelier, is tipped to become president of public radio 100,7.
- The date for the appeal by the two whistleblowers, Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, has been set for 23 November. The two former PwC employees had been found guilty of stealing rulings elaborated by PwC, which were the start of Luxleaks.
- Belgian railway workers threaten with strike at the SNCB on 10 October. The railway workers want to protest against the dismantling of public services.
Delano presents the latest business news headlines from our French-language sister site, Paperjam: