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Pays Drapeau de France France
Langue Français
Périodicité Hebdomadaire
Genre Presse économique
Diffusion 262 000 ex. (2006)
Fondateur Patrick Fauconnier
Date de fondation 1982
Éditeur Paris

Propriétaire Groupe Perdriel
Directeur de la rédaction Vincent Beaufils
Rédacteur en chef Ghislaine Ottenheimer
ISSN 0751-4417
Site web

Challenges est un magazine hebdomadaire économique français paraissant le jeudi. Fondé en 1982 par Patrick Fauconnier, il a été racheté ensuite par Claude Perdriel, propriétaire du Nouvel Observateur. Il appartient au groupe de presse Perdriel.

Son slogan est : « Que dit l'économie cette semaine ? ». Sa ligne éditoriale se veut neutre politiquement. Il est actuellement dirigé par Vincent Beaufils.

Depuis 2007, l'hebdomadaire a opté pour une première page de couverture originale pour la presse française, représentant chaque semaine un portrait d'une personnalité à la Une, sur fond noir.


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