Random House Has Commanding Lead in Paperback Nonfiction

August 2006
Book Publishing Report;8/14/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p7
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The article reports on the success achieved by Random House Inc. in paperback nonfiction. It has already garnered around 13 titles for 153 weeks which means a mile ahead of Vintage imprint that places two titles in the top six. Penguin Group USA Inc. had nine titles for 96 weeks, Hachette Book Group has six titles for 64 weeks, Simon & Schuster garnered six titles for 46 weeks, and Holtzbrinck has four titles for 43 weeks.


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