Dagens Næringsliv Details

Dagens Næringsliv is Norway's largest business paper, and one of the world's most-read business papers in terms of total population. Each day 271,000 Norwegians read Dagens Næringsliv, making DN the country's f...
Dagens Næringsliv is Norway's largest business paper, and one of the world's most-read business papers in terms of total population. Each day 271,000 Norwegians read Dagens Næringsliv, making DN the country's fourth-largest daily newspaper in terms of readership. Dagens Næringsliv has a circulation of 79,628 and covers the whole of Norway.Dagens Næringsliv is read by a very attractive target group for advertisers. The newspaper's readers are mainly aged between 25 and 65, most have university-level qualifications, 4 out of 10 hold management positions, and they generally enjoy high incomes and strong purchasing power.The first edition of the newspaper rolled off the press on 1 January 1890 under the name Norges Handels- og Sjøfartstidende.
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