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McGraw-Hill Launches My House Magazine
McGraw-Hill Construction, part of The McGraw-Hill Companies, has launched My House in the Mountain States, a new regional magazine targeted at high-end homeowners and design and building professional. (November 5, 2004)

McGraw-Hill And New York Times Announce Content Partnership
McGraw-Hill Higher Education has announced that it will partner with The New York Times to incorporate Times content into textbooks. (March 15, 2002)

The McGraw-Hill Companies Announces Layoffs
The McGraw-Hill Companies announced it will restructure certain business operations. (December 14, 2001)

McGraw-Hill Offers Digital Textbooks Through Metatext
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, a unit of McGraw-Hill Education, announced it has formed an alliance with MetaText, netLibrary's digital textbook division, to develop electronic versions of its college textbooks that will be ready for review this spring. (April 4, 2001)

McGraw-Hill Professional Announces Alliance With DigitalOwl
McGraw-Hill Professional, a unit of McGraw-Hill Education, announced it has formed an alliance with DigitalOwl, a digital rights management company. (February 1, 2001)

McGraw-Hill Education Launches EBook Initiative
McGraw-Hill Education and WizeUp Digital Textbooks announced an initiative to electronically publish, sell and distribute digital textbooks for the higher education market. (January 11, 2001)

McGraw-Hill Companies To Acquire Tribune Education
The McGraw-Hill Companies has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Tribune Education, a leading publisher of supplementary educational materials for the K-12, higher education, professional education and consumer markets. (June 26, 2000)

McGraw-Hill Launches AccessScience
McGraw-Hill Education has announced the launch of AccessScience, an online research tool that is built around the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology. (June 2, 2000)

McGraw-Hill to Make eGalleys Available On the Rocket eBook
McGraw-Hill has announced a partnership with NuvoMedia, Inc. (November 24, 1999)

McGraw-Hill and Computerworld Announce Publishing Partnership
Computing McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies specializing in information technology books, and IDG's Computerworld have announced a marketing and strategic partnership between the two companies, comprised of several publishing and promotional initiatives. (June 18, 1999)

McGraw-Hill Names Norbert Young to Head Construction Information Group
The McGraw-Hill Companies has named Norbert W. (March 24, 1999)

McGraw-Hill Companies Names Henry Hirschberg to Head Publishing Group
The McGraw-Hill Companies today named Henry Hirschberg group president, Higher Education, Professional and International Publishing, where he will help lead the publishing group's growth agenda. (January 19, 1999)

Osborne/McGraw-Hill Expands Internet Yellow Pages
The latest version of Harley Hahn's Internet & Web Yellow Pages, 1999 Edition ($34. (October 28, 1998)

McGraw-Hill Appoints Robert E. Evanson Executive Vice President, EEPG
The McGraw-Hill Companies named Robert E. (July 2, 1998)

McGraw-Hill Appoints Vasant Prabhu President of Information and Media Services
The McGraw-Hill Companies announced the appointment of Vasant Prabhu as president of its Information and Media Services business segment. (June 18, 1998)

McGraw-Hill and iNEX Form Business Alliance to Co-Publish and Market Online Training
The McGraw-Hill Professional Book Group and iNEX Corporation announced that they have formed a business alliance to co-publish and market Internet-based training programs to business and government organizations worldwide. (February 13, 1998)

McGraw-Hill and Bellcore to Produce New Book Line
McGraw-Hill, the global publisher and information services provider, and Bellcore, a leader in telecommunications software, consulting and training, announced plans to launch a new line of books as part of the McGraw-Hill Professional Book Group. (January 28, 1998)