Britain’s economic future would be better secured outside of the narrow confines of present-day Europe, says Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan.
The IPA's president Richard Charkin on the opportunity that the International Publishers Congress presents for British publishers.
Scribd has announced to publishers and distributors that it is "making some adjustments, particularly to romance" in its $8.99-per-month ebook subscription service. Described by Mark... Read more
The 2015 edition of Publishers' Forum opened Monday (27th April) in Berlin with a determined tagline and programming to match: "How to Reconstruct Publishing:... Read more
This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more
In the early noughties, The Bookseller ran an occasional series on “real booksellers”. Written by our former retail correspondent Richard Lewis, the idea was to... Read more
In a week's time, a significant rump of the book business will decamp to Frankfurt for the annual book fair, now in its 66th year.... Read more
Three major Chinese education publishers have joined together to co-found a UK-based English Language Teaching publishing house. Read more
The International Publishers Association (IPA) has applauded Cambridge University Press' decision to reverse the censorship of hundreds of articles online from one of its journals, but has... Read more
The Chinese market is continuing to grow and will likely challenge the US when its two-child policy swells the number of younger readers.