Le Monde is a daily afternoon newspaper published in France. It is the principal publication of the Le Monde Group, with an average circulation of 323,039 copies per issue in 2009, with approximately 40,000 sold internationally.
La Croix is a daily French general-interest Roman Catholic newspaper published in France. It is published in Paris and distributed throughout France, having an 87,000-copy circulation as of 2018. On important political matters, it is neither obviously left nor explicitly right; rather, the journal adopts the Church's perspective.
Les Echos was launched in 1908 by the brothers Robert and Émile Servan-Schreiber as the first daily French financial newspaper. It is the major adversary of La Tribune, a competing financial newspaper.
Bruno Bertez started La Tribune, a French weekly financial newspaper, in 1985. Its biggest rival is the French newspaper Les Échos, which is owned by LVMH. La Tribune was a subsidiary of LVMH from 1993 to 2007.
Le Canard enchaîné is a French satirical weekly newspaper. Its headquarters are located in Paris. It was founded in 1915 during World War I and featured investigative journalism and leaks from inside the French government, the French political world, and the French corporate world, as well as many jokes and cartoons.
France Soir was a French daily that thrived in print throughout the 1950s and 1960s, with a circulation of 1.5 million in the 1950s. It deteriorated rapidly under numerous owners before being resurrected in 2006 as a populist tabloid.