The Projekt DEAL program inks its third major research-publishing agreement, as Elsevier signs a five-year transformative agreement.
Ingram Content Group brings together another of its print-on-demand installations with its book-distribution network hub in Pennsylvania.
Industry Notes: Frankfurt Rights Meeting’s Tom Chatfield chairs the ALCS, and Singapore Book Council has announced its translation event.
Publishers in two of Europe’s smaller book markets, Armenia and Romania, talk about signs of progress and stubborn barriers to success.
In only 15 months, MVB UK’s Teleordering platform has been developed and is operating for booksellers and publishers in the United Kingdom.
Having satisfied the European Commission’s antitrust requirements, Vivendi says, it’s on course to acquire Lagardère and its Hachette Livre.
London’s International Excellence Awards extend their nomination dates, and Hay’s season opens with its Colombian festival dates.
The publisher of the Simon & Schuster imprint, Dana Canedy, is leaving to write her memoir’s sequel, which S&S is to publish in 2024.
The European and International Booksellers Federation’s report sees growth trends of between 5 and 15 percent.
Penguin Random House’s Markus Dohle appoints Rebecca Smart and Paul Kelly to succeed Carsten Coesfeld at DK.