SAGE’s global publishing boss reveals how he had to ditch his first name to get noticed by potential employers in the industry.
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SAGE's latest gender pay gap disclosures show deeper divisions between men and women's pay than in last year's inaugural report.
SAGE's corporate comms and public affairs manager Katie Baker is departing the publisher after seven years for a new post with Springer Nature.
SAGE has acquired technology start-up Lean Library and its associated products, for an undisclosed sum.
SAGE has bought technology company Talis and Talis Aspire, its course resource list management system, for an undisclosed sum.