Tagged: David Shelley

Shelley: industry has 'real problem' on gender pay

No one in publishing can “feel smug” about the issue of gender pay, Hachette c.e.o. David Shelley has said, while urging publishers to also consider... Read more

Hachette reports 'stark' 24.7% gender pay gap

Hachette UK Ltd has set targets to make sure women make up two thirds of its top pay quartile by 2020 after reporting a "stark" median gender... Read more

Hachette UK had 'good 2017' but sales dipped 3.9%

Hachette UK had "a good 2017" despite like-for-like sales dipping 3.9% after an unfavourable comparison to the year before. Read more

Hachette fourth quarter revenue down 14.3% but digital sales rise

Hachette UK’s revenues declined 14.3% in the fourth quarter of 2017 after the company struggled to compete with the success last year of J K... 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

David Shelley makes 'top 100 LGBT leaders' list

David Shelley, c.e.o. designate of Hachette UK, has been named on a list of leading LGBT+ executives compiled by professional membership organisation OUTstanding and published in the FT.... Read more

Kelly renews Orion link with a three-book deal

Cathy Kelly has signed a three-book, seven-figure deal with Orion Fiction. Read more

Hely Hutchinson to retire, Shelley to take Hachette UK c.e.o. role

Tim Hely Hutchinson is retiring as c.e.o. of Hachette UK at the end of this year, with David Shelley, currently c.e.o. of Little, Brown Book Group and Orion,... Read more

Shelley: audio is 'growing force' in publishing

Audio is a real “growing force” but the formulaic nature of publishing is “crippling” for the industry, the Society of Young Publishers (SYP) Conference has... Read more

David Shelley and Jonny Geller to appear at SYP conference

The Society of Young Publishers is to host its annual conference this Saturday (26th November) around the theme of bestsellers. Read more

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