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  • Reidy Touts 'Outstanding Publishing'

    In her annual year-end letter Simon & Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy thanked employees for contributing to an editorial program that produced a “plethora” of award-winning books in 2014.

  • Peter Booth Wiley to Retire as Company Chairman

    Peter Booth Wiley, chairman of the board of John Wiley & Sons, plans to retire as chair at the end of his current term in September 2015. Matthew S. Kissner has been recommended to succeed him.

  • PRH Expands Donation Campaign

    Penguin Random House pledging to donate up to 10,000 more books for posts and tweets using the #GiveaBook hashtag through December 24.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: December 22, 2014

    Commentary and analysis on this week's PW Bestseller Lists.

  • News Briefs: Week of December 22, 2014

    Scarletta to become Mighty Media Press and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • New Press Eyes U.S. Market From Thailand

    In 2012, Cali Dawson and Gordon Ross, a pair of expats living in Bangkok, made plans to start a new publishing company in Thailand.

  • Second Story Press Celebrates 25 Years of Feminist and Social Justice Publishing

    When Toronto-based Second Story Press celebrated its 25th anniversary this month, the room at a community center in downtown Toronto was filled with authors and illustrators who have helped the press pursue its goal of publishing important feminist and social justice books for young readers.

  • A 'Long Haul' Christmas? Wimpy Kid Dominates Charts

    In the three-week shopping season that began Thanksgiving week, Jeff Kinney's newest installment in the Wimpy Kid series has sold more than 535,000 print copies at outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan.

  • Dohle Reflects On a Year 'Combining Two Great Legacies'

    In his annual year-end letter, Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle cited the merger and thanked the PRH staff for the “impressive feat” of “combining two great legacies.”

  • Four Questions for...'Eaten Alive' Author Paul Rosolie

    We spoke to the conservationist, who is dealing with fallout over his recent TV special 'Eaten Alive,' about his first book, the controversy surrounding his special, and what he's working on next.

  • U.S. Gov to Release CIA 'Torture Report' in Print, Digital

    The U.S. Government Printing Office has released the "official and authentic" digital and print versions of the Report of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program, also referred to as the "Torture Report."

  • Chelsea Green: Sustainability at 30

    Over the past decade, Chelsea Green Publishing Company in White River Junction, Vt., has appeared frequently on PW’s list of fast-growing small presses.

  • News Briefs: Week of December 15, 2014

    Durham stepping down at Amazon and more in this week's publishing news briefs.

  • The New Press: Better Diversity Through Internships

    Since its launch in 1992, the New Press—a nonprofit publishing house—has proudly run an internship program “explicitly designed to diversify a notoriously monochromatic industry,” explains executive director Diane Wachtell.

  • University Publishing Programs

    In the past five years, traditional publishing has seen tremendous innovation and reinvention, and, at the same time, more and more publishing-related opportunities can be found in the startup world than ever before. The skills necessary to succeed in today’s book business are changing at breakneck pace, so we checked in with universities offering master’s degrees in publishing to see who today’s students are, what they’re studying, and where they’re finding work.

  • News Corp Sees More Growth for HarperCollins

    Robert Thomson, CEO of HarperCollins parent company News Corp, told analysts News could make another purchase in the book industry following its purchase of Harlequin.

  • Moonves: Amazon Deal Better for S&S, Authors

    In a presentation to analysts on Tuesday, at the UBS Media Conference, CBS CEO Leslie Moonves said Simon & Schuster’s new sales agreement with Amazon is better for both S&S, and authors.

  • CIA Torture Report to be Published as Book

    Melville House will publish 'The Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture' as a paperback and an e-book on December 30.

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