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Obituary: Carolyn Reidy

Carolyn Reidy. Born 2nd May 1949. Died 12th May 2020 You could never ignore Carolyn Reidy, the Simon & Schuster president and c.e.o., who died unexpectedly of... Read more

Further tributes paid to 'shining light' Carolyn Reidy

More tributes have been paid to Simon & Schuster president and c.e.o. Carolyn Reidy, “one of the fiercest, brightest shining lights of our industry”, following her... Read more

Chapman leads tributes to 'empowering' Reidy

Tributes have been paid to "empowering" leader Carolyn Reidy, following the shock death of the Simon & Schuster president and c.e.o. on Tuesday morning.... Read more

Suspense writer Mary Higgins Clark dies at 92

Simon & Schuster US has announced the death of author Mary Higgins Clark at the age of 92. Read more

Reidy looks to 'exciting' 2020 following CBS merger

Simon & Schuster president and c.e.o. Carolyn Reidy has hailed the publisher's "expanded opportunities" following the recent CBS Viacom merger in her end-of-year letter to... Read more

S&S sees revenues slide by 9% to $217m

Worldwide revenues at Simon & Schuster have dipped by 9% to $217m for the third quarter of 2019, from $240m for the same period last year, parent... Read more

Simon & Schuster owner CBS to merge with Viacom

Simon & Schuster owner CBS has announced a merger with entertainment giant Viacom, reuniting the two firms that split in 2006. Read more

S&S sees second quarter rise in revenue and profit

Worldwide revenues at Simon & Schuster hit $218m in the second quarter, up $11m compared to the same period last year, a new earnings statement... Read more

S&S president hails 'magnificent year' in staff briefing

Simon & Schuster president and c.e.o. Carolyn Reidy has discussed the “phenomenal” sales of Bob Woodward’s Fear, the fastest selling audiobook in the publisher’s history, whilst acknowledging... Read more

S&S sees second quarter profit and revenue rises

Simon & Schuster's revenue and operating income rose in the second quarter, helped by lower production costs. Read more

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