Arnaud Nourry, the soldier from Arnaud Lagardère’s book

Arnaud Nourry is first and foremost a voice. Serious, round, enveloping. The voice of a boss who can reassure his teams with a simple expression popularized by Émile Zola and which comes from the Greek poet Pindar: “Better to be envious than pity. If Hachette arouses so much envy on the part of Lagardère shareholders, such as Vincent Bolloré and Bernard Arnault, this testifies, for its CEO, of the richness of its catalog. In the middle of a liar poker game, the two billionaires are now eyeing with concupiscence the jewel of the French edition, very well established in the …

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