Thomson Learning Adds Criminal Justice, Lifelong Learning Titles

April 2004
Educational Marketer;4/19/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of Thomson Learning of criminal justice, career and reference titles in two separate transactions to boosts its higher education and lifelong learning offerings in Stamford, Connecticut. Acquisition of criminal justice paperback from Copperhouse Publishing; Addition of the newly acquired titles to Thomson's Advatage series, which offers college students textbooks at lower prices; Total investment of the company in 2003.


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