Thomas Nelson Posts 3Q Gains

February 2004
Book Publishing Report;2/23/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
Thomas Nelson Inc.'s effort to phase out unprofitable titles while building new business lines resulted in improved results for the publisher's third quarter ended December 31. Nelson's sales rose 4% to $56 million for the quarter, while its net income climbed 59% to $3.9 million. Company chairman and chief executive Sam Moore said the gains stemmed from its WND Books unit, expanded inspirational fiction list and strong business book sales.


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