Thu, 05/04/2012 - 08:35
Barnes & Noble has backtracked on its decision to ban 450 Marshall Cavendish titles from its shelves. The bookseller had previously refused to stock any physical titles published by Amazon, which acquired the books in December.
The one-off deal has been welcomed by the American Authors Guild, which claimed more than 250 authors...
Wed, 07/12/2011 - 09:55
Amazon.com has acquired 450 titles from publisher Marshall Cavendish, marking the retailer's publishing arm's expansion into children's books, with the company's vice-president saying this deal could pave the way for similar agreements in other categories.
The online giant will continue to publish the titles from...
Mon, 27/07/2009 - 10:54
Information service Cengage Learning has acquired the ELT business, which formerly belonged to Marshall Cavendish, boosting its general, special purpose and business English offering.
Cengage, which provides print and digital information services to libraries, will integrate the acquired assets into its existing Heinle ELT business,...
Mon, 21/01/2008 - 15:54
ELT publisher Marshall Cavendish has acquired Summertown Publishing, a specialist in business English learning titles.
The deal will see the publishing programmes of the two companies merged, with Summertown becoming part of Marshall Cavendish’s education business. Titles will continue to be published under the Summertown imprint...