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    The industry sales report for 2016 found that total sales for the industry fell 6.6%, compared to 2015. Based on sales from 1,207 companies that report to AAP, total sales last year were $14.25 billion, down from $15.26 billion in 2015.

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    Declines in John Wiley’s publishing segment offset increases in its research and solutions categories in the fiscal year ended April 30. Sales of books fell 11% in the year.

  • EDC Looks for Stability After Turbulent Year

    Despite posting record revenues and a 35% increase in net earnings in the fiscal year ended February 28, Educational Development Corp. faced numerous challenges in 2017, including the inability to keep up with customer demand.

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    Led by strong gains in its children’s publishing division, revenue at Bloomsbury rose 15% in the fiscal year ended February 28, 2017 over fiscal 2016. Profits slipped, however, dropping to £9.4 million from £10.3 million in fiscal 2016.

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    Sales at Regnery jumped 48.9% in the first quarter ended March 31, largely thanks to the strong sales of David Limbaugh's 'The True Jesus.'

  • Q1 Sales Up at Hachette Book Group

    Sales rose 4.1% at HBG in the first quarter ended March 31, 2017 over the same period in 2016. The revenue gain was due to solid sales in HBG's Center Street division.

  • Sales, Earnings Up in Q3 at HarperCollins

    Revenue at the publisher rose 4% in the third quarter of fiscal 2017, to $374 million. Earnings increased 3%, to $37 million.

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    With the stock prices of five companies falling in April and another five rising, the Publishers Weekly Stock Index rose 3.3% in the month.

  • HMH Trade Reports Improved Q1

    Just days after laying off over 20 people in its trade division, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt reported that revenue in the division rose 16% in the first quarter ended March 31.

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