Cambridge University Press’ annual report shows the firm had a 42% surge in operating profit from £17.2m to £24.4m for the year to 30th April 2019.... Read more
The prolonged uncertainty over the shape and timeline of Brexit has led to delayed investment decisions from publishers which will affect industry growth further down the... Read more
Cambridge University Press c.e.o. Peter Phillips has taken up the reins at the Publishers Association as the industry faces challenges over the fallout from Brexit... Read more
Dame Helena Morrissey challenged trade leaders over key aspects of their diversity strategies, as the Publishers Association's new president Peter Phillips laid out his aims... Read more
The UK needs to “lock down” the issue of exhaustion of rights with the EU to stop countries such as the US changing the status... Read more
Cambridge University Press saw turnover of £316m in the year to 30th April 2018, a headline rise of 3.1% on the previous year's total of... Read more
Cambridge University press c.e.o. Peter Phillips explains how the publisher is working ever more closely with other university departments to capitalise on 'the Cambridge Advantage'.... Read more
Cambridge University Press has reported headline sales growth of 14% to £306m in its 2016/17 annual report, up from £268.8m in the previous year.
Cambridge University Press has opened its newest office in Lagos, Nigeria, publishing locally produced, affordable education materials for the Nigerian curriculum.
Cambridge University Press is cutting 45 editorial and production roles out of its English Language Teaching division in Cambridge, asking staff to move to "other Press publishing centres outside the UK".... Read more