This article needs to be updated.May 2020)(
|Traded as||OSE: SCHB|
|Kristin Skogen Lund (President and CEO)|
|Products|| Verdens Gang |
|Revenue||NOK 19,075 billion (2019)|
|NOK 3.9 billion (2019)|
Number of employees
|5,006 (end 2019)|
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