Random House Still on Top of NYT Advice List

July 2006
Book Publishing Report;7/10/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p6
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The article reports that Random House Inc. has been identified by the "New York Times" as the top publisher in the advice/miscellaneous category in the U.S. It is followed by Simon & Schuster Inc., Hachette Book Group USA, and HarperCollins. Some of the publisher's best-selling books were "Cesar's Way," by Cesar Millan, "Express Lane Meals," and "No Repeats," by Rachael Ray.


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