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Paying the price

Last week I was reminded that corporate publishing is a recent experiment. Read more

Giant’s step

The news of Amazon’s changed tax arrangements, with UK sales no longer diverted to Luxembourg but booked through a UK office accountable to HMRC, feels... Read more

Noisy neighbours

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

Why PRH is scheming on recruitment

Penguin Random House UK has launched a new initiative to find four budding marketers to work across their imprints and locations. The first... Read more

Pan Mac and Bloomsbury repay furlough grant

Pan Macmillan and Bloomsbury have both chosen to repay furlough funding to the government, following the example of HarperCollins, which did not take the grant, with c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne now... Read more

PRH to release over 50 Heyer audiobooks

Penguin Random House UK is to release more than 50 of Georgette Heyer's Regency romance novels in audio this year.  Read more

Fearne Cotton to publish two non-fiction titles with Puffin

Puffin will publish Fearne Cotton's first children's book, My Mood Journal, in November, as the first title in a two-book deal. ... Read more

PRH Children's triumphs in 15-way auction for Fadugba debut

Penguin Random House Children’s has won a 15-way auction to publish a "genre-defying, time-travelling" YA thriller, The Upper World by Femi Fadugba.... Read more

PRH completes move to One Embassy Gardens

Penguin Random House UK's major office move has now taken place, with Transworld leaving its site in Ealing while other divisions have departed the offices formerly held on the Strand. ... Read more

A fit of Peake: Century lands astronaut's memoir

Century will publish British astronaut Tim Peake's autobiography on 15th October and mark publication with a five-date Penguin Live tour.  Read more

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