A logo of the Eiffel Tower placed in a circleto represent the “Peace” sign replaces an add at Paris La Defense business district.
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Corporate events planned for Paris are going dark as Europe's worst terror attack in a decade spurs foreign companies to scrap visits because of concerns over security and travel disruptions.The Netherlands' ABN Amro Bank NV, Japan's Sharp Corp., and home-sharing startup Airbnb Inc. are among companies that have curtailed or canceled events or asked employees to avoid travel to Paris after the Friday assaults that killed at least 129 people.A survey by the Business Travel Coalition, which represents corporate travel managers, found that 20 percent of respondents said they would likely cancel some trips to France, and 70 percent would allow employees discretion in deciding whether to make such trips.ABN Amro Chief Executive Officer Gerrit Zalm had planned to visit Paris Monday for meetings with investors ahead of the Dutch bank's initial public offering.
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