Advanced Search. The objective of the memorandum of understanding is co-operation of both entities in the area of enhancing the quality of knowledge and information of capital market participants, in particular investors, and improving access to information about the Polish capital market by means of state-of-the-art communication technologies. This helps to ensure an adequate level of information governance on the Polish capital market. The efforts of the Exchange and the daily newspaper Parkiet will also focus on improving the quality of knowledge about listed companies among investors and promotion of the capital market as a fundamental source of capital for Polish companies. All joint initiatives will be pursued through synergies arising from the shared goals of both entities focusing on improvement of the quality of knowledge of Polish capital market participants and widening the group of exchange investors, in particular individual investors. I hope that the synergies arising from the shared goals of our institution and GG Parkiet in promotion of knowledge-based investment on the Polish capital market will produce a new quality to the benefit of all market participants.
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The paper's title may be loosely translated as "commonwealth" or "republic", a part of the traditional full name of the Polish state — Rzeczpospolita Polska. A daily newspaper with this title was issued for the first time in as a medium of the conservative Christian National Party.
It was Initially owned by its founder Ignacy Jan Paderewski and after by Wojciech Korfanty , two prominent politicians of that time. The last issue of Rzeczpospolita in the Second Polish Republic appeared on the last day of During the war — , an irregular paper associated with one of the Polish resistance groups — Polish People's Independence Action — was issued under the same title. In an administration dependent on the Soviet Union started activities behind the lines of the Red Army , within the territory of Poland.
Initially the activity was directed only against former Nazi German forces, in order to gain the favour of Polish society. The editor-in-chief was Jerzy Borejsza , a communist activist and journalist in the interwar years, who after the outbreak of war collaborated with the Russians before they entered Polish territory.
His articles in Rzeczpospolita presented the opinions in line with the position of the Kremlin. The newspaper began strenuous endeavours as to form a positive image of the new government. The Home Army commanders and their decision to commence the Warsaw Uprising were criticised, while nationalisation and land reform were supported.
After the war, Rzeczpospolita was issued by "Czytelnik" cooperative publishing house, whose president was Borejsza himself. Dziennik Gospodarczy , later changing it again to Rzeczpospolita. Dziennik Polityczno-Gospodarczy. In , the state authorities had established another newspaper — People's Tribune Polish : Trybuna Ludu as an organ of a newly formed political party, the Polish United Workers' Party colloquially: party. Rzeczpospolita had been issued still by nearly two years, until the beginning of , when it was discontinued because coexistence of the party and government newspapers was considered at that time unfavorable for a consolidated one-party state.
In the state had faced a crisis, and consequently the party's overall image deteriorated significantly. This prompted the idea to relaunch a separate government newspaper. The first issue of the new Rzeczpospolita appeared during the martial law, on 14 January The state, as an entity, had become officially independent from the party even though this independence was still largely fictitious within a communist state.
Thus, from onwards, Rzeczpospolita and Trybuna Ludu resumed their parallel existence as the official bulletins of the government and the party apparatus respectively. This dualism corresponded to the situation in the Soviet Union, where the government newspaper Izvestia functioned alongside the party's Pravda , and where Izvestia has steered a course strikingly similar to Rzeczpospolita in the s. After the partially free elections of 4 June and after Tadeusz Mazowiecki became Prime Minister, the management of the newspaper changed as well.
Rzeczpospolita was no longer a government medium and became an independent newspaper. Its new editor-in-chief was Dariusz Fikus until The new Polish government made Rzeczpospolita legitimately independent. The publishing house changed its name to Gremi Media, after which, in January , it was transformed into a joint stock company operating under the business name of Gremi Media SA. The general news section features, e.
Prawo co dnia "Law Every Day" focuses on the changes in regulations and legislation and on legal analyses, including articles on labour law, analyses and expert opinions, or industry-related communications. Ekonomia i rynek "Economy and Market" provides information about markets, enterprises, finance, current stock quotes, analyses of the economic situation and trends in Poland and abroad, as well as opinions of economists, experts and representatives of the business world.
They are dedicated to important investments, business and education in the regions, as well as matters related to local politics, sports, and culture. On Saturdays, Plus Minus, the weekend edition of Rzeczpospolita , appears, containing articles related to civilisation, literature, lifestyle and metapolitics.
It mainly includes essays, commentaries and feature articles, as well as reviews of books and cultural and sporting events. Interviews form a particularly important part of Plus Minus.
Dobra Firma "Good Company" is a daily supplement to the main issue. It is primarily addressed to entrepreneurs from the SME sector. In an easy-to-understand manner, it covers both the legal issues relevant to business owners taxes, social security, contracts, employment , and business matters marketing of new products, business ideas, available solutions relating to company vehicles.
On Mondays, topics relating to construction and housing are presented, while on Fridays, matters related to the commercial real estate market are covered.
Every Tuesday, Rzeczpospolita Cyfrowa "Digital Republic" is issued with Rzeczpospolita , dedicated to new technologies, with particular focus on their application in running a business and in developing new business branches. It offers tips on saving and investing money, buying shares and choosing insurance. The Friday supplement is Rzecz o Historii "The thing about History" , offering informative articles and historical analysis.
Regular publications of Rzeczpospolita include lists and rankings of companies, brands and institutions operating on the Polish market. The list of the largest Polish companies by revenue, first published in Modelled on the Fortune list , it is now the only such ranking in Poland. The best developing companies on the list receive the prestigious Rzeczpospolita Eagles awards. The list of the best companies according to Rzeczpospolita , first published in It takes into account their revenues, employment, and results.
The ranking of the largest exporters is published as a supplement. The Ranking of the Most Valuable Polish Brands provides a professional valuation of over brands created specifically for the needs of the Polish market. Apart from value, the strength of brands in separate industry categories is also estimated. The ranking has been published since The ranking includes law firms servicing enterprises and operating on the Polish market.
Law firms are broken down, among others, in terms of the number of lawyers and legal counsels, the generated revenues and profits, the servicing of the leading market transactions, or the best lawyers in respective areas of law. Until , Rzeczpospolita was published in the classic broadsheet format. The format then changed to compact, a modern and more functional one. In , the newspaper received the Grand Front award [ citation needed ] , and in , during the 27th edition of the competition organised by the Society for News Design , Rzeczpospolita was named "The best designed newspaper in the world".
In the service will have operated for 20 years, having been launched in March From November , it has been using RWD technology full responsiveness.
Its current version has been available since The website has over 32 million hits and 3 million unique users per month data as of January . The new version of Rzeczpospolita website is characterised by a two-piece main menu with a dark background: the top one, containing the major sections News, Economy, Law, Regions , and the side one with individual categories and subcategories.
The site publishes both the articles from the printed edition and the ones written specifically for the digital version. The content published in rp. Gremi Media introduced paywall as the first press publisher in Poland. Rzeczpospolita application for mobile devices combines 5 types of content: printed issues in PDF format, printed newspaper edition in digital form HTML , videos from Rzeczpospolita. Since , a video service of Rzeczpospolita has been available at tv.
The channel is broadcast via Google Hangouts and can be watched daily through the home page of rp. All programs are also available as VOD on tv. A single average issue of Rzeczpospolita is about 65,  copies.
In , 54,  copies were sold. Rzeczpospolita is distributed through paper version subscription, paper version sales and digital version. Subscription is divided into Basic subscription and Plus subscription dedicated to a more involved, specialised audience. Subscription of Rzeczpospolita offers features such as professional book publications, training, multimedia tools, or access to the archives. The digital version of Rzeczpospolita is available around p.
Rzeczpospolita has been often rated as the most frequently quoted medium in Poland. In , it was considered the most opinion-making medium of the decade — Also in , Rzeczpospolita won in the ranking of the most influential media in Poland, prepared on a regular basis by the Media Monitoring Institute. The editorial staff currently consists of persons including the secretariat and editors of online content.
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