EXOR makes long-term investments focused on global companies in diversified sectors, mainly in Europe and the United States. EXOR’s goal is to beat the MSCI World Index in the long term through the increase in its Net Asset Value (NAV). EXOR invests in different sectors, mainly in Europe and in the United States, focusing on few global companies. EXOR is a responsible owner, combining its entrepreneurial approach with a sound financial discipline. It focuses on the development of its companies, improving their competitive position and profitability. It maintains a constant dialogue with the management of the companies in which it invests, while fully respecting their operating autonomy.
Torino, IT
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303,247 (est)
EXOR was founded in 1927 and is headquartered in Torino, IT

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EXOR has an office in Torino
Torino, IT (HQ)
250 Via Nizza

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How A 20-Year-Old Exorcism Sent Me In Search Of Korea’s Cult Problem

In 1996, my uncle took part in a prayer ritual that left a woman dead. In the midst of new scandals, I began to wonder if his crime might be connected to the larger phenomenon of Korean religious cults. View Entire Post ›

Under Trump, the FCC will no longer fight to make exorbitant prison phone call rates cheaper

Private telecommunication companies in charge of operating phone systems in US prisons and jails have for years charged prisoners and their families exorbitant rates for…

Op-Ed Contributor: The Exorcist of Russia

A nationalist friend of Vladimir Putin promotes a version of history with an enormous chip on its shoulder.

'Exorcist' author William Peter Blatty dies at 89

Novelist and filmmaker William Peter Blatty, a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession and gave millions the fright of their lives with the best-selling novel and Oscar-winning movie The Exorcist, has died. He was 89. SEE ALSO: Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds …

William Peter Blatty, Author of ‘The Exorcist,’ Dies at 89

Mr. Blatty’s novel about a girl possessed by the Devil created the theological-horror genre, became a hit movie and destroyed its author’s hopes of ever writing comedy again.
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