DK c.e.o. Ian Hudson is leaving the firm after three-and-a-half years at the helm, with Carsten Coesfeld appointed as his successor.
The esteemed non-fiction publisher launched a rebrand this week, having been quietly updating its offer to consumers both local and global under c.e.o. Ian Hudson... Read more
DK has unveiled a brand redesign, revealing it is updating its logo and introducing a new tagline – "For the curious".
Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead.
DK's UK and group sales director Ed Christie has decided to leave the publishing industry and move into the teaching profession, with Bloomsbury's Jacqueline Sells appointed his successor.... Read more
DK is moving with its sister company Penguin Random House UK from 80 Strand to One Embassy Gardens in the Nine Elms development.... Read more
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
DK has appointed an interim sales director after Ian Moore has decided to leave the business to start a new life with his family in Cornwall.... Read more
The perils and opportunities of digital, recent pushes for greater diversity in publishing and the “devaluation” of books were all discussed at The Bookseller's Children’s Conference on... Read more
The opportunity for children’s non-fiction lies in offering “trust and authority” in a world of fake news, paid for ads and internet misinformation, DK’s chief... Read more