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

HarperCollins brings back all furloughed staff

HarperCollins UK has brought back all the staff it placed on furlough at the start of lockdown and will pay all their salaries itself rather... Read more

HarperCollins UK puts staff on furlough

Publisher HarperCollins has confirmed that it is placing a number of staff on furlough, both in its distribution centre and across the broader company.... Read more

Christopher Tolkien dies, aged 95

Christopher Tolkien, who published the posthumous works of his father J R R Tolkien, has died at the age of 95. Read more

Adimora returns to HarperCollins in new diversity role

Nancy Adimora is returning to HarperCollins in a newly created diversity-focused role, helping to attract authors and reach new or currently underserved audiences.... Read more

Pictures of the week

It's the battle of the summer parties in this week's pictures round-up, while Hachette holds its inaugural Pride in Writing event. Read more

Redmayne celebrates Kerr at HarperCollins summer party

HarperCollins UK c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne celebrated Judith Kerr and paid tribute to Bob Bradford at the publisher's annual summer party last night.... Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features the IPG's annual spring conference, the launch of a YouTuber's LGBTQ+ lifeguide and the first ever children's book sent into space.... Read more

HarperCollins marks 'biggest ever' retail showcase with Slater, Baddiel and Chevalier

HarperCollins welcomed 240 people to its “biggest ever” ‘Big Book’ event aimed at retailers, featuring authors such as David Baddiel, Tracy Chevalier and Nigel Slater.... Read more

HarperCollins UK hits record profit after Lord of the Rings Amazon TV deal

HarperCollins Publishers saw record profits before tax of £26.8m for the year ending 30th June 2018, almost double the 2017 figure, partly due to a... Read more

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