Tagged: Charlie Redmayne

2015: The shape of things to come

This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more

Audio, AI and audiences key for 2018

Book industry leaders are divided in terms of their outlook for 2018, with some optimistic about growth and others more cautious about the delicate state... Read more

'Absolute genius' Michael Bond remembered at memorial service

A host of authors and illustrators, publishing chiefs, and high-profile actors were among those who remembered children's author Michael Bond CBE at a service held at... Read more

Redmayne hails 'terrific year' at HarperCollins Summer Party

Charlie Redmayne paid tribute to the veterans of the publishing industry who had passed away in the “brutal” last year at the HarperCollins summer party.... Read more

Redmayne condemns terror attack close to HarperCollins' HQ

HarperCollins chief executive Charlie Redmayne has condemned the terrorist attack near London Bridge next to its headquarters, which killed seven people and injured 48. Read more

Pictures of the week

Lots of familiar faces in this week's round-up, as PRH Children's and HarperCollins showcase their summer and autumn highlights, Patrick Ness speaks to journalist Billie... Read more

Redmayne targets growth for HC

HarperCollins UK saw its sales fall in its past financial year, but profits improved, with c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne determined to grow the business again.... Read more

Stories of Invictus Games competitors to Harper NonFiction

HarperNonFiction has acquired Unconquerable: The Invictus Spirit, the stories of the "extraordinary" wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women of the Invictus Games.... Read more

Hudson slams 'inhuman' May's EU dallying

DK c.e.o. Ian Hudson said UK Prime Minister Theresa May was “inhuman” for “playing with people’s lives” in her Brexit negotiations, while HarperCollins UK c.e.o.... Read more

HC swoops for BTB's Falconer set

Barbara Taylor Bradford has signed a four-book deal with HarperCollins for a new historical fiction series. Read more

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