5 December 1922|
|Died||25 July 1993
|Education||École Centrale Paris|
Francis Bouygues (1922–1993) was a French businessman and film producer. He founded the industrial company Bouygues in 1952 and ran it until 1989, when his son Martin Bouygues succeeded him.
In 1952, at the age of 29, he founded Entreprise Francis Bouygues, an industrial works and building company. In 1959, he founded Stim, a property development subsidiary of Entreprise Francis Bouygues.
- Bouygues biography
- Roger Cohen, Francis Bouygues, Building Mogul And Media Executive, Dies at 70, The New York Times, July 25, 1993
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