Expresso (Portuguese newspaper)

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Expresso
Expresso 20071222.jpg
The December 22, 2007 front page of
Expresso
Type Weekly newspaper
Owner(s) Impresa (Sojornal)
Editor Ricardo Costa
Founded 1973
Language Portuguese
Headquarters Lisbon
Circulation 108,923 weekly in 2011[1]
Official website expresso.pt
Expresso (April 2006), (bottom left)

Expresso (Portuguese pronunciation: [(ɐi̯)ˈʃpɾɛsu]) is the flagship publication of the Group Impresa, and was founded by Francisco Pinto Balsemão in 1973. A weekly newspaper, it incorporates various supplements, covering general news, business, sports, international news, entertainment, society, a magazine, recruitment and real estate classified supplements, as well as having a site on the Internet. With a circulation of over 100,000 and a readership of around 600,000, Expresso is the leading weekly newspaper in Portugal. It is particularly known for its editorial independence and its probing political reporting, making it a newspaper of reference.

Prémio Pessoa[edit]

The Prémio Pessoa is a notable Portuguese award instituted in 1987 by the newspaper Expresso and the Unisys Company. It is one of the most reputed prizes awarded in Portugal, named after the poet Fernando Pessoa.

Global Managent Challenge[edit]

In 1980 Expresso, in partnership with SDG – Simuladores e Modelos de Gestão – created the Global Management Challenge, a strategic management competition for university students.

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