Share: is a Croatian daily business newspaper and website based in Zagreb. The newspaper is published in compact format and was originally launched as a business weekly in late 2005, before becoming a daily newspaper in March 2008. Like their only Croatian competitor Poslovni dnevnik, the paper also runs the website, which re-published feature articles from the print edition, along with short current news items and a full overview of daily stock market indices from the Zagreb Stock Exchange and other stock exchanges from the region. The paper was founded by the Swedish Bonnier Group, a media group present in 21 countries, which also owns the Slovenian business daily Finance. In February 2009 the Bonnier group announced that they would shut down the newspaper following a sharp drop in advertising revenue, after the company had reportedly invested some 10 million euros in between 2006 and 2009. In April 2009 the paper was sold to Mims Group, a Bosnian group which also owns the Sarajevo-based dailies Oslobođenje and San. Mims Group bought a 65 percent share while the remaining 35 percent was acquired by a company called Mreža Znanja from Zagreb. ()

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Fischer | Data Science ID: NEWSPAPERS:1885, Added: 07/15/2019