June 5 marks the debut on newsstands of the revamped Il Sole 24 Ore with a new formula hinged on the synthesis and selection of information to provide improved readability to the informed readers of today, combined with the specialization that is the hallmark of a newspaper that has been, and will be even more, a must-have work tool for over 150 years now for managers, entrepreneurs, professionals, and savers.The first feature of the new Il Sole 24 Ore is the reorganization of all the sections as one, with a different sequence of the main sections: the Finanza & Mercati pages now form part of the newspaper seamlessly with the Economia & Imprese pages, strengthening the relationship between finance and the economy, the banking system and the business world, casting a light on the ties marking the international economic system.Regulatory information continues along the path of tradition and, as always and more than ever, with an eye turned to the future. Room, therefore, for information that explains the rules and for service information to assess the consequences of one's choices (from the home to pensions, from taxation to savings, and from employment to public administration).The other new, compelling feature is Il Sole 24 Ore’s weekly editorial schedule: the newspaper expands its editorial offering, seeking new topics that bring a different daily for each day of the week. Each day, from Monday to Sunday, the newspaper will offer three pages that focus on a specific and different topic to create new observation points on themes that are key for the different management functions in business and among professionals, becoming more and more the must-have daily work tool.Monday kicks off with .professioni and .casa that maximize the information tailored to professionals. .professioni will explore the new developments and trends touching all professional categories. .casa will focus on the real-estate market and the industry professionals.
The ".salute" pages published on Tuesdays in Il Sole 24 Ore tell the story of the ecosystem of the world of health and healthcare, from the frontiers of medicine to health policies: how technology is changing healthcare and life sciences and what are the challenges that the National Health Service and its actors must face to manage and ride through these deep changes, while ensuring economic sustainability.
Every week, the latest scientific breakthroughs and trends in research, investments in pharma and medtech, new health policies and the voice of all the players in the field: businesses, startups, institutions, health professionals, patients.Wednesday is the turn of .lavoro. The focus shifts to work-related company dynamics, from contracts to corporate welfare, and from recruitment to training. The aim: to reach out to those involved in HR management.Thursday is the technology day with nòva.tech. Nòva, in fact, splits into two. On Thursday, its pages focus on the technological breakthroughs that can produce immediate impacts on company management, and will be addressed to those who need to make use of these innovations in business processes. On Sunday, instead, Nòva explores the borderline themes of innovation, with an eye to the future.On Friday, with .moda the focus is on our Country’s (and other countries’) inventiveness, with interviews with the top industry names and reports on trends and changes taking place on a global scale too. Without disregarding the industrial proportions of a sector that has long been a driving force for our system.On Saturday .marketing takes a close look at the issues related to the communication strategies adopted by businesses, and to advertising and management policies. When communication, therefore, works towards company expansion.
Il Sole 24 Ore was Born on November 9, 1965, by the merger of two renowned Milan daily newspapers "Il Sole" and "24 Ore", and it is one of the oldest newspapers still in circulation and the main financial newspaper in Italy. The name choice comes from the motto "Le soleil luit pour tout le monde" because the information should be accessible to all.The newspaper provides in-depth analysis of events and issues in politics, the economy, legislation, and Italian and international financial markets, as well as being a point of reference for both professionals and households.
The Saturday offering is enriched by “Plus 24 Il Sole 24 ORE”, the weekly tabloid devoted to finance and investments, providing investors with a tool to decode financial markets.On the first Saturday of the month, Plus24 also features ArtEconomy24, four pages packed with information on the world of contemporary art, written for investors eager to buy or sell artworks.To conclude, Sunday is the turn of .lifestyle, a window on the topics of fine living and well-being: from trips to food & wine, and from home experiences to wellness. In keeping with the pages of the time-honoured Sunday cultural supplement.The weekly Monday edition changes too: the new Monday Sole will be the weekly tailored to the professionals, to the home, of Guida Rapida and the new L’Esperto risponde.Monday's edition has always stood out as a service tool capable of assisting readers - as well as professionals - in their choices for their day-to-day economy. The new features on this front include L’Esperto Risponde, which adopts a new reader-friendly tabloid format, and Guida Rapida, a weekly topic-specific Monday insert that will offer a practical overview on a particular theme.Finally, in addition to the new pages .professioni and .casa, the Monday edition is characterized by the in-depth study of Norme & Tributi, the weekly in-depth analysis, which has long stood out in Monday’s Sole for its solid specialization features. The new Monday remains true to its traditions while being enhanced by new topics.