French journalist and essayist Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber died on Saturday at the age of 83 as a result of Covid-19.
His death was announced on Sunday by Psychologies magazine, one of his most famous publications, then confirmed by his family who clarified that he died of Covid-19.
Born into a famous press family alongside notably his brother Jean-Jacques, founder of L’Express, Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber, who had notably founded the Expansion, was a “journalist and essayist with insatiable curiosity”, emphasizes Psychologies magazine on its site.
Born on October 31, 1937, Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber joined, as a journalist, when he left Sciences-Po in 1960, the business daily Les Échos, co-founded by his father, before joining his brother’s L’Express.
After a stint in the United States, in 1967 he decided to launch the Expansion, which became a powerful and essential group in the French economic press (L’Entreprise, La Vie Financière, La Lettre de l’Expansion, La Tribune, etc.).
At the end of the 90s, he took over the title Psychologies which would become Psychologies Magazine and transformed it into a successful publication, available abroad.
Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber is also the author of numerous books, notably of an economic nature (Le Pouvoir d’Inform, L’Entreprise à Face Humain, The Art of Time, Vivre content …), and about twenty ‘essays, including “80 years, a certain age”, on old age, published in early 2019.
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