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Plan by Penguin Random House owner to snap up third-biggest publisher in US alarms industry
Literary editor Frederick Studemann on how bookshops proved resilient through the lockdowns of 2020
It is questionable whether this concentrated industry can tolerate the loss of a top business
Penguin Random House owner insists it is ‘very confident’ of approval from antitrust regulators
Purchase will entrench German group’s position as the world’s biggest book publisher
The value of music catalogues and book backlists is overtaking an obsession with new bestsellers
Publisher raises antitrust concerns over German media group prevailing in battle for Simon & Schuster
Murdoch media group will bid against German company Bertelsmann
Why the Penguin Random House owner is looking to further enlarge its publishing empire
German media group expresses interest in buying publisher of Stephen King and Joseph Heller from ViacomCBS
Former national security adviser accused of breach of contract with publication set for next week
Boycotting publisher of the alt-right’s darling isn’t the answer
CBS should think carefully before tuning out of the sector
Decision to end spat with Hachette demonstrates how to cut losses and change tack
Hachette deal offers a new digital model but publishers remain wary of the powerful retailer
Publisher regains some control over ebook prices even as Hachette remains in a public fight
Is demand for books inelastic?
What can book publishers do to hit back at their biggest customer?
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