There is a field for start-up companies to get a name.
One of the French politicians in Paris have suggested that a street in the city should be named after Apple founder Steve Jobs, which has been his political opponents that the angry, writes 9to5Mac.
It is Jerome Coumet, a member of the socialist party and mayor of Paris's 13th district, which submitted the proposal and believes that the four blocks around the Halle Freyssinet should get the name after Steve Jobs.
the Area itself is quite special – it is built to be a place where entrepreneurs can come together in an incubator and the idea is that the site will accommodate 1000 new companies.
And the reactions has not allowed herself to wait.
Members of the communist party have expressed their displeasure over the proposal and points on the working conditions in China and skattekontroverser that Apple has been involved in.