Bonnier gets bigger and bigger

<p>Herbert Lottman</p><p>It's always a delight to visit Swedish publishers, whose capital is the least perturbed I know. The giant among them, Bonnier, receives visitors in a gracious villa serving as a guest house for Nobel Prize winners. </p><p>But don't let the gentle manners fool you: Bonnier moves fast. In addition to its domination of Sweden's media market, encompassing an impressive collection of publishers such as translating imprints Albert Bonniers, Forum and Wahlstrom&amp;Widstrand, the group controls Denmark's omnipresent Lindhardt&amp;Ringhof, one of Norway's big three (Cappele...

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