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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

Blake reimagines Matilda for 30th anniversary

Illustrator Quentin Blake has reimagined Roald Dahl’s Matilda as an astrophysicist, a world traveller and chief executive of the British Library for new editions of... Read more

Stormzy launches #Merky Books with PRH

Penguin Random House division William Heinemann is launching a new imprint in partnership with musician Stormzy called #Merky Books. Read more

Robin Stevens signs deal for eighth mystery

Penguin Random House Children’s imprint Puffin will publish the eighth book in Robin Stevens’ Murder Most Unladylike series next year. Read more

Jessop to leave Vintage following restructure

Editor for Yellow Jersey Press and Vintage, Frances Jessop, is being made redundant this month after nine years with the imprint. Read more

Hachette and PRH back Bare Lit festival

Bare Lit, the literary festival showcasing writers of colour, is partnering with Hachette UK for its 2018 edition. Read more

Debut author flyposts PRH offices to advertise own book

A debut author flyposted Penguin Random House's offices in London's Vauxhall as part of a guerrilla marketing stunt to promote his new book.... Read more

PRH opens up WriteNow scheme to illustrators

PRH is opening its WriteNow scheme up to picture book illustrators to better serve and represent its youngest readers. Read more

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