At Informa, parent company of Taylor & Francis, top bosses are to take salary cuts "through the current period of uncertainty created by Covid-19", the... Read more
The UK Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has announced that it will move on to a Phase Two investigation of the proposed merger between Cengage... Read more
Pearson has warned its profits will be hit, and paused its share buyback, after the Covid-19 pandemic closed testing centres and saw US state assessments... Read more
After an initial phase of investigation, the UK’s Competition & Markets Authority has decided that the loss of competition brought about by the proposed merger... Read more
Taylor & Francis has reported a 5% increase in revenue to £559.6m for 2019 (2018: £533.2m), with underlying revenue growth of 2.4%.
The 2020 University Press Redux conference, organised by Cambridge University Press and ALPSP, and due to take place 17th-18th March, has been cancelled “in light of... Read more
Publisher Springer Nature has committed to becoming carbon neutral for its business operations and employee flights by the end of 2020.
Wiley has struck a four-year ‘read and publish’ deal with UK research body Jisc which converts some of the subscription expenditure into a fund to... Read more
Jenny Ridout has been appointed the new managing director of Bloomsbury's Non-Consumer division. She succeeds Jonathan Glasspool, whose imminent retirement in July after 20 years with the publisher... Read more
Publisher Frances Pinter has taken a newly created role as executive chair of the Central European University Press in Budapest, Hungary.
Pearson has has said it expects profit to fall in 2020, in its full year results.
Elsevier saw revenues for the year to end December 2019 up 3.9% to £2,637m (£2,538m in 2018), with underlying growth at constant currency at 2%.
A consortium of 19 Irish higher education institutions have agreed a full Open Access trial programme with Elsevier for its research publications.
Simon & Schuster (S&S) has struck a new partnership with public libraries in the UK
The latest gender pay gap report released by Oxford University Press shows a small lessening of its median pay gap, down just under 1% to 12.5% in... Read more
Issue No 5879
Friday, March 27 2020
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