S&S UK saw sales and profit rise in 2017

S&S UK saw sales and profit rise in 2017

Simon & Schuster UK saw a rise in sales and profit in 2017, driven by a "significant" increase in print and downloadable audio book sales, the firm has revealed. However, e-book sales were down against the previous year, chief executive and publisher Ian Chapman said. 

While the publisher declined to give specific figures for sales and profit, it confirmed to The Bookseller that both had risen. The news follows the release of Simon & Schuster's financial results for its global operations last week, which did not break out the UK specifically. Altogether revenue was up $63 million year-on-y...

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