Philip Jones reflects on Hachette's acquisition of Bookouture and what it means for both parties.
Being the biggest only makes sense if you can also be the best. Last year four of the 10 bestselling print titles of the year... Read more
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
After more than six months and some of the most heated arguments I've ever seen in the book business (although rarely between the two protagonists)... Read more
In Nicholas Nickleby, “the Infant Phenomenon” Ninetta Crummles is hailed by her parents as a marvel of talent and acting ability; a pocket titan, ready... Read more
The National Union of Journalists is targeting Hachette staffers in a recruitment drive which includes a half-price membership offer.
Hachette UK has reported a "standout" first half of the year with sales "considerably up" year-on-year.
Antonia Hodgson, editor-in-chief of Little, Brown, is to leave the company after 23 years to focus full-time on her career as a writer.
Christopher MacLehose, rehoused in the Hachette empire with his eponymous list, reflects on the pros and cons of big-business publishing and the health of the... Read more
Hachette UK has appointed Saskia Bewley to the newly-created role of diversity and inclusion manager.