Shifts in Penguin Random House’s worldwide leadership team are announced by the company’s global CEO Nihar Malaviya.
In a move to bring the US and UK Hachette divisions closer, London’s David Shelley is becoming CEO of both units.
Innocenzo Cipolletta, AIE’s new leader, calls for ‘the creativity needed to enter unknown territory’ as Italy’s publishers move forward.
Bertelsmann’s Thomas Rabe announces Nihar Malaviya is the permanent worldwide CEO of Penguin Random House.
Bodour Al Qasimi leads a newly named board of directors, appointed to support and oversee the work of the Sharjah Book Authority.
One educated in Madrid and the other in Barcelona, Manuel Sansigre and Carlos Pérez are promoted by PRH.
Having doubled Bertelsmann’s book division revenues and ‘quintupled its profit,’ Markus Dohle is leaving as PRH’s first worldwide CEO.
The transition to Jon Yaged’s start as Macmillan’s US CEO has Don Weisberg leaving at the end of this year.
As its 35th season approaches, Hay Festival gets its second chief executive. Julie Finch is scheduled to join the team in August.
‘As if we’ve built a fountain of youth for backlisted titles,’ David Steinberger writes in his appraisal of Open Road’s past year.
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