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  • Delia heats up BBC Books

    <p> Delia Smith's How To Cook: Book Three helped to push up sales of BBC Books' adult titles by 24% to &#163;30m in the... Read more

  • Fantasy deal for ex-editor

    <p> A former children's books editor has struck transatlantic film and publishing deals worth more than &#163;2m for his as-yet-unwritten fantasy trilogy, Tom Holman... Read more

  • WIS merges with Book Data

    <p> Nicholas Clee</p><p> Whitaker Information Services (WIS), the bibliographic data and transaction services company, is to merge with long-standing rival Book Data.</p><p>... Read more

  • Bad debts hit NH

    <p> Profit growth at illustrated publisher New Holland UK, part of the South African Struik Group, was set back by bad debts at the... Read more

  • Templar bolstered by AMS

    <p> Liz Bury</p><p> Children's publisher Templar has seen a sharp uplift in sales after US-based wholesaler Advanced Marketing Services (AMS) took a 25%... Read more

  • Ladybird and Warne link up

    <p> Tom Holman</p><p> Penguin is to target the pre-school market after pulling together its Ladybird and Frederick Warne lists to create a new... Read more

  • Faber's young ambition

    <p> Caroline Horn</p><p> Faber&amp;Faber aims to double the turnover of its children's list in the next two to three years by taking a... Read more

  • Ashton in at Penguin

    <p>Random House marketing director Grainne Ashton is to move to Penguin as marketing director for its General division. She will oversee the marketing of Viking,... Read more

  • Euan Hirst to leave Blackwell's

    <p>Euan Hirst, head of commercial at Blackwell's UK, is to leave the company this Friday (19th July). Hirst said that the move was unrelated to... Read more

  • Delia heats up BBC Books

    <p>Delia Smith's "How to Cook: Book Three" helped to push up sales of BBC Books adult titles by 24% to &#163;30m in the year to... Read more

  • AMS backing drives Templar

    <p>Children's publisher Templar has seen a sharp uplift in sales after US distributor Advanced Marketing Services (AMS) took a 25% stake in the business last... Read more

  • Granta launches new Best of Young British

    <p>Granta has opened its "Best of Young British Novelists 2003" promotion with the appointment of a panel of judges and a call for publishers and... Read more

  • July sales pick up

    <p>Increased consumer confidence and retail summer reading promotions have helped to spark an increase in high street book sales following a lacklustre June. Sales data... Read more

  • Penguin unites Ladybird and Warne

    <p>Penguin has pulled together its Ladybird and Frederick Warne lists to create a new pre-school publishing division. Sally Floyer, m.d. at Warne, will take on... Read more

  • Books may benefit from education funding boost

    <p>Educational publishers could be among those in line to benefit following the announcement of a major increase in government funding for schools. The Chancellor's Comprehensive... Read more

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