Dagens Næringsliv is Norway's largest business newspaper. Dagens Næringsliv publishes news, investigative reporting, commentary, analysis and debate concerning Norwegian business and society.
The paper wants to inform people not just about what is happening, but why. We keep a critical eye on the key players and companies in the financial and business sectors. Dagens næringsliv is read by a very attractive audience for advertisers. Readers are mostly between the ages of 25 and 65, most of them have university education, 47 percent have management positions, they have high income and strong buying power.
Saturday’s DN also has a substantial magazine supplement, the aim of which is to present complex events in the form of a good story and give readers the opportunity to delve deeper. It also covers fashion, technology, design, art, food, wine and lifestyle.
D2 is a lifestyle magazine that offers quality journalism combined with contemporary magazine design and photography of the highest standard. The magazine comes with Dagens Næringsliv every Friday. The magazine covers cultural and lifestyle topics such as design, architecture, fashion, art, travel, motoring, technology, fitness and food. Importance is attached to reporting on new trends and innovation, but also on the process behind the trends and controversy in these areas.
DN's digital products present all content produced daily. In addition to the newspaper content, readers receive extra video and image content, an interactive stocks and shares section, news updates from DN.no and interactive Sudoku.
|Dagens Næringsliv||Amund Djuve||CEO and Editor-in-Chief|
|(Norwegian Business Daily)||Ole Johan Sjaastad||Director, Advertising and Circulation|
|Gry Egenes||Features Editor|
|Kjetil B. Alstadheim||Political Editor|
|Bjarne Dramdal Ericksen||Production Editor|
|Trond Sundnes||Developments Editor|