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La Stampa was founded in 1867 under the name Gazzetta Piemontese. Its motto was '"Frangar non flectar" (We want to fight, not submit). After criticising Mussolini's regime in 1924 La Stampa was sold at the fascists' behest to the Agnelli family, which was loyal to the regime. Its publisher Editrice La Stampa is now wholly owned and controlled by the holding company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, whose chairman is John Elkann, grandson of Giovanni Agnelli.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 278,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Daily
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Turin, Italy
Publisher: Editrice La Stampa S.p.A.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1867

Via Lugaro 15, 10126 Turin
Phone: 0039 01 1656 81
E-Mail: direzionegenerale@lastampa.it
Internet: http://www.lastampa.it
Twitter: @la_stampa

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1.  La Stampa - Italy | 13/12/2015

Still not clear who must make sacrifices

The most important negotiating partners were absent from the talks in Paris, laments the liberal daily La Stampa: "The round of negotiations in Paris was ... » more

2.  La Stampa - Italy | 04/09/2015

Fortress Hungary has no future

Nationalist and populist policies like Viktor Orbán's are doomed to fail, the liberal daily La Stampa predicts: "How many days does Orbán think he can ... » more

3.  La Stampa - Italy | 08/05/2015

Britain's global influence waning

Even if it has emerged as election winner the Conservative Party has made it clear that Britain has forfeited its role on the world stage, ... » more

4.  La Stampa - Italy | 05/02/2015

Berlusconi capitulates to old age

Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi ended his party's cooperation with the party led by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Wednesday, explaining that the latter ... » more

5.  La Stampa - Italy | 30/01/2015

French police using Sharia methods

An eight-year-old Muslim boy was questioned by the French police on Wednesday in Nice, after making radical comments and refusing to take part in a ... » more

6.  La Stampa - Italy | 12/01/2015

Francis inspired by Jesus, not Marx

In an interview published on Sunday by the liberal daily La Stampa, Pope Francis defended his criticism of capitalism explaining that it was not based ... » more

7.  La Stampa - Italy | 30/10/2014

Napolitano's Mafia-questioning a red herring

Italian President Giorgio Napolitano was questioned on Tuesday in connection with the Palermo mafia trial centred on alleged agreements between the mafia and the Italian ... » more

8.  La Stampa - Italy | 15/08/2014

Puma can gladly finance Italian football

Antonio Conte, who has managed Juventus Turin for many years, has been appointed as the new coach of the Italian national football team. Because the ... » more

9.  La Stampa - Italy | 21/07/2014

Berlusconi's acquittal no shock for Renzi

Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was acquitted on appeal of charges of having sex with under-age prostitutes and abuse of office on Friday. On ... » more

10.  La Stampa - Italy | 15/04/2014

Pulitzer Prize is rebuke for Obama and Cameron

The US edition of The Guardian and the Washington Post have won the Pulitzer Prize for their revelations in the NSA spying scandal, it was ... » more

 

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