• Ian Burns joins Stationery Office

    <p>Ian Burns, former group managing director of Macmillan, has been made chief executive of the Stationery Office. Fred Perkins, who has headed the SO's publishing... Read more

  • Bertrams shelves relocation plans

    <p>Bertrams has shelved plans to relocate to a new 250,000 sq ft warehouse four miles from its existing warehouse in Norwich. Julian Nicholls, chief executive,... Read more

  • Talks to rescue Triptych's Bestseller

    <p>Last-minute talks are taking place to rescue Triptych's Bestseller Classic and Bestseller Two ordering and stock control systems before the company goes into liquidation on... Read more

  • Shingleton leaves Bertrams

    <p>Bob Shingleton, Bertrams sales and e-commerce director, has unexpectedly left the group after a management shake-up. Shingleton joined Bertrams in 1996 as operations manager. Bertrams... Read more

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  • Middlehurst on the move

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  • Waterstone's launches &##34;biggest ever&##34; sale

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  • Terrell becomes m.d.

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  • Penguin's Asian tour

    <p>Penguin is to follow in the footsteps of Manchester United and Liverpool by opening a sales and marketing operation in Asia. The move will be... Read more

  • Euro Commission re-opens investigation in Germany

    <p>The European Commission has re-opened its investigation into Germany's book pricing system and has started proceedings against the German trade organisation Borsenverein and certain publishers,... Read more

  • Sales rocket at Tate Enterprises

    <p>Sales and profitability at Tate Enterprises, the commercial arm of the Tate galleries, have soared since the opening of Tate Modern on London's Bankside last... Read more

  • New openings for Ottakar's

    <p>Ottakar's has announced the opening of a further three shops and the expansion of an existing outlet, keeping it on track to achieve its goal... Read more

  • Hammicks and SPCK snap-up Triptych staff

    <p>Booksellers Hammicks and SPCK have snapped up former Triptych staff and brought them in-house to help maintain their Bestseller ordering and stock control system. It... Read more

  • Lightning Source opens UK plant

    <p>Lightning Source, the US-based print-on-demand and e-book fulfilment operation, will open its first UK plant on Tuesday 31st July. The UK operation, based at Rooksley,... Read more

Jobs in Books

The Official UK CHART

  1. 1.
    Pinch of Nom Food Planner
    by Featherstone, Allinson & Davis
  2. 2.
    In a House of Lies
    by Ian Rankin
  3. 3.
    Pinch of Nom
    by Kay Featherstone & Kate Allinson
  4. 4.
    The Fast 800 Recipe Book: Low-carb, Mediterranean style recipes for intermittent fasting and long-term health
    by Dr Clare Bailey
  5. 5.
    Never Greener
    by Ruth Jones
  6. 6.
    Careless Love
    by Peter Robinson
  7. 7.
    The President is Missing
    by President Bill Clinton & James Patterson
  8. 8.
    The Spy and the Traitor
    by Ben MacIntyre
  9. 9.
    The Tattooist of Auschwitz
    by Heather Morris
  10. 10.
    How to Be a Footballer
    by Peter Crouch
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