PARIS — A French investigation into a Las Vegas tech party is putting new pressure on President Emmanuel Macron’s labor minister — and possibly the president himself — as they pursue difficult reforms to French work rules. The Paris prosecutor’s office opened a formal judicial inquiry Friday into suspected irregularities in the organization of a...
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