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Hachette is a large French media group, now a multinational.

Originally, Hachette was a bookshop and publishing company set up by Louis Hachette in 1826.

As of 2004, Hachette forms part of the Lagardère Media group, and is diversifying. Hachette now cover three companies:

Hachette Livre the London Hodder Headline book publishing group from W. H. Smith. It also owns the Orion Publishing Group.




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