Axel Springer operates as a publishing company. It operates through three segments: Classified Ad Models, Paid Models, and Marketing Models. The Classified Ad Models segment operates a portfolio of online classified ad portals in the areas of jobs, real estate, and general and other, such as vacation home rentals and automobiles. The Paid Models segment offers digital media, and newspapers and magazines, automotive, computer, sports, and music magazines, as well as operates Internet portals, and N24, a news channel. The Marketing Models segment provides advertising services on performance or reach based marketing, and invests in Dogan Television, a TV and radio broadcast company.

TypePublic
HQBerlin, DE
Founded1946
Size (employees)15,836 (est)
Websiteaxelspringer.de
Axel Springer was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Berlin, DE
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Axel Springer Office Locations

Axel Springer has offices in Hamburg and Berlin
Berlin, DE (HQ)
Axel-Springer-Straße 65
Hamburg, DE
Axel-Springer-Platz 1
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Axel Springer Financials and Metrics

Axel Springer Revenue

Market capitalization (15-Oct-2018)

8.9b

Closing stock price (15-Oct-2018)

83.3
Axel Springer's current market capitalization is $8.9 b.
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Axel Springer News and Updates

Netflix Adds Axel Springer CEO to Board for Europe Expertise

Netflix Adds Axel Springer CEO to Board for Europe Expertise

'Robo-journalism' no threat to journalist jobs, says Axel Springer CEO

BERLIN (Reuters) - The use of robot journalism, or articles generated by artificial intelligence, does not pose a threat to jobs, the chief executive of German publisher Axel Springer said on Wednesday.

German Supreme Court dismisses Axel Springer lawsuit, says ad blocking is legal

Germany’s Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit yesterday from Axel Springer against Eyeo, the company behind AdBlock Plus. The European publishing giant (which acquired Business Insider in 2015) argued that ad blocking, as well as the business model where advertisers pay to be added to circumvent the w…
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