Meredith Publishes Eat This, Not That Magazine (December 4, 2014): Meredith has started publishing Eat This, Not That magazine which is based on the popular book franchise.
Barnes & Noble to Spin Off Nook Business (June 26, 2014): Barnes & Noble plans to separate its Nook business. The company recently partnered with Samsung to make the devices.
Rihanna's CFDA Gown Challenges News Outlets (June 4, 2014): Mainstream media had trouble covering Rihanna's racy CFDA gown. The gown was see through and impossible to show on television.
Atria Publishing Launches Keywords Press Imprint (May 25, 2014): Atria Publishing has launched Keywords Press, which it bills as an imprint for digital influences.
Mara Anastas Named Publisher of Aladdin Books and Simon Pulse (April 6, 2014): Mara Anastas has been named publisher of Aladdin Books and Simon Pulse.
Simon & Schuster Launches 250 Words, a Website About Business Books (February 9, 2014): Simon & Schuster has launched 250 Words, a website about business books. The site is edited by Sam McNerney.
Oyster, an Ebook Subscription Service, Raises $14 Million (January 16, 2014): Oyster, a subscription ebook service, has raised $14 million
Amazon to Acquire Book Recommendation Site Goodreads (March 28, 2013):
Pearson Buys 5% Stake in Nook Media (January 1, 2013):
Anderson Family Taking Books a Million Private (April 30, 2012):
Wiley & Sons Plans to Sell Frommer's, CliffsNotes (March 8, 2012):
The Write News is Now on Google+ (January 13, 2012):
Businessweek Releases Cover Image for Steve Jobs Tribute Issue (October 5, 2011):
F+W Media Launches Digital Business Imprint (September 27, 2011):
Publishers Partner for Bookish Website (May 9, 2011):
F+W Media Acquires Tyrus Books, Creates F+W Crime (April 29, 2011):
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt CEO Resigns (March 21, 2011):
Random House Digital Sales are Booming (December 20, 2010):
Borders Group Reaches Deal to Sell Paperchase (July 13, 2010):
Harlequin Launches Digital Imprint Called Carina Press (June 12, 2010):
Viz Media Cuts 40% of Workforce (May 11, 2010):
Zondervan Cuts 30 Jobs (April 20, 2010):
John Wiley to Publish Blomberg Books (March 30, 2010):