At the age of 83 years died largest Italian publisher Karachcholo Carlo (Carlo Caracciolo) - founder of the newspaper La Repubblica, reported ANSA.
Come from aristocratic families Karachcholo Carlo began her career in the publishing business in the early 1950's. In 1956, Karachcholo became co-owner group L'Espresso, issuing the same weekly, and by the end of 1950 brought its share to controlling interest
In 1976 he, along with the famous journalist Eugenio Skalfari (Eugenio Scalfari) founded the newspaper La Repubblica. In many ways, thanks to Karachollo La Repubblica after just a few years become one of the most influential newspapers of Italy.
Karachcholo until the last days of life continued to work in the publishing business. In 2007, it acquired 33 percent stake in the French newspaper Liberation.
Causes of death Karachcholo not specified, said only that he passed away on Dec. 15 in his mansion in Rome, surrounded by loved ones.