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History

2003-2006

2003
  • Livre de Poche celebrates its 50th anniversary.
  • Lagardère puts all of its shareholdings in Renault up for sale.
    Death of Jean-Luc Lagardère and appointment of Arnaud Lagardère as managing partner of Lagardère SCA.
  • 3,000th issue of Elle.
  • Launch of the magazine Public.
  • Lagardère sells its automobile engineering activities to the Italian group Pininfarina.

2004
  • Lagardère acquires 40% of Editis (from Vivendi Universal Publishing).
  • Over five million copies of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, published by JC Lattès (Hachette Livre), sold throughout the world.
  • Launch of Filles TV, the first cable channel aimed at teenage girls.
  • Acquisition of the British publisher Hodder Headline by Hachette Livre.
  • Le Journal de Mickey celebrates its 70th anniversary.

2005
  • Inaugural flight of the A380 in Toulouse.
  • Launch of the channels Europe 2 and Gulli (the latter in partnership with France Télévisions) on free DTT.
  • Celebration of 60 years of Elle.
  • Creation of Team Lagardère, a scientific and technical programme designed to support sports performance.
  • Celebration at the Maison de la Culture in Paris of the centenary of Japan's oldest magazine, Fujingaho (HFM).

2006
  • Hachette Livre acquires American publisher Time Warner Books.
  • Lagardère Group raises its stake in Canal+ to 20%.
  • Bibliothèque Rose celebrates 150 years.
  • HDS Digital kiosk opens at Relay and Virgin Mega sites, giving web users the option of downloading a broad range of press titles
  • Lagardère Group becomes the new franchisee of the Croix Catelan sports and entertainment site (Bois de Boulogne, Paris) for a twenty-year period.
  • Pooling of the Group's magazine-publishing and audiovisual and digital activities is announced. Hachette Filipacchi Médias and Lagardère Active are merged under the Lagardère Active name and transformed into companies with an Executive Board and a Supervisory Board, headed by Didier Quillot.
  • Lagardère acquires Sportfive, the leading European sports rights management company.
  • Issue of ORAPA (adjustable-parity convertible bonds) by Lagardère SCA, involving 7.5% of EADS' capital.
 

 

Press releases

2017/01/12

Laurent Platini and Thomas Lavenant appointed as Head of Business Development France and Director France Event Division respectively

2017/01/04

Half-year liquidity contract statement for Lagardère SCA

Arnaud Lagardère Editorial

"The Lagardère group is forging ahead with its transformation and we are delivering on our commitments, as demonstrated by our solid operating and financial performance in 2015, especially the sharp improvement in profitability ..."
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The group's activities

The Lagardère group is a global leader in content publishing, production, broadcasting and distribution, whose powerful brands leverage its virtual and physical networks to attract and enjoy qualified audiences.
The Group's business model relies on creating a lasting and exclusive relationship between the content it offers and its customers.
It is structured around four business lines.

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The group's values

The Group has clear values that determine its personality. Lagardère's creativity, boldness and independence have helped to create a modern, innovative media group that's in touch with its times.