Tagged: Bertelsmann

Paying the price

Last week I was reminded that corporate publishing is a recent experiment. Read more

PRH revenue rise helps Bertelsmann to record profitability

A strong performance from Penguin Random House, including a 4.6% rise in revenues, helped parent company Bertelsmann achieve record operating EBITDA of €3.1bn (£2.7bn) in the... Read more

DoJ steps up scrutiny of PRH deal for S&S

Penguin Random House owner Bertelsmann's purchase of Simon & Schuster is facing further scrutiny by the US Department of Justice (DoJ). Read more

Authors Guild calls for DoJ to block Bertelsmann's S&S purchase

The Authors Guild and other writers' groups in the US have written a letter to the Department of Justice to block Bertelsmann's takeover of Simon &... Read more

Audible’s Carsey to lead Storyglass

Audible's Steve Carsey is taking the helm of Storyglass, the podcast company launched by Penguin Random House UK and DK with Bertelsmann stablemates Fremantle and BMG in June last year.... Read more

Bertelsmann extends Rabe's contract for five more years

Penguin Random House owner Bertelsmann has extended Thomas Rabe’s contract as chairman and c.e.o. for another five years. Read more

SoA 'concerned' by Bertelsmann's acquisition of S&S

The Society of Authors has said it is "concerned" by the acquisition of Simon & Schuster by Penguin Random House's parent Bertelsmann, warning the move could adversely... Read more

Trade continues to mull PRH deal for S&S, as ABA objects

As the industry continues to absorb the Bertelsmann purchase of Simon & Schuster, children's book professionals in the UK have some concerns about the shrinking pool of... Read more

PRH owner Bertelsmann to buy Simon & Schuster in $2.2bn deal

PRH owner Bertelsmann is to buy Simon & Schuster from ViacomCBS for $2.2bn, it has been announced. Read more

PRH owner Bertelsmann 'interested' in buying S&S

Penguin Random House owner Bertelsmann has said it is “interested” in buying Simon & Schuster. Read more

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