S&S in 'fantastic position' after quarterly sales increase, says Chapman

S&S in 'fantastic position' after quarterly sales increase, says Chapman

Simon & Schuster has recorded global sales of $219m (£157m) in its second quarter, a rise of 9% compared with $200m (£144m) in the same period last year. It comes as the company continues to "fire on all cylinders" and experience growth across children's, fiction, and non-fiction in the UK. 

The parent company of S&S ViacomCBS released its second quarter results with S&S listed as a discontinued operation, alongside other companies. Discontinued operations generated $41m (£29.4m) for the three months ending 30th June. The 9% rise is in line with $218m (£156.5m) reported in 2019, with an op...

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