On this November day, in his Paris office on the top floor of a Haussmann building overlooking Montmartre, Pierre-Noel Luiggi strives to look good. Death in the soul, the founder of Oscaro.com, a French pioneer in the online sale of car parts, has just handed over control of the company to one of its suppliers, Parts Holding Europe (1 , 3 billion euros in sales to garages, including Autodistribution). For Luiggi, become a minority, finished the operational roles. But this is not the only concern of the entrepreneur. Glancing at his watch, he jumped. "Sorry I have to go. An appointment with my lawyers, "apologizes the Corsican balding head.

Poor Oscaro! Not only did its 600 employees move with arms and luggage under a buyer, but the company was also confronted with multiple lawsuits by suppliers, service providers, disgruntled customers. Defaults, refunds lost in the limbo of the Web … For months, the site with 320 million euros of turnover has been stuck in grease. And the accounts were affected. "Between 2014 and 2016, we realized 5 million euros of profit, assures the boss. But in 2017, the result was severely negative. "On the extent of the damage, impossible to know more: Oscaro no longer publishes its accounts since 2011. But the precipitation with which Pierre-Noël Luiggi threw himself into the arms of Stéphane Antiglio, the president of PHE, suggests that he felt the wind pass the ball.

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Initially, the story is pretty beautiful. Pierre-Noël Luiggi often told him about TV shows: in the early 2000s, the Bastiais, a Sciences Po graduate with entrepreneurial flair, came up with the idea of ​​creating a mass-market sales site. wear (brakes,

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