Harcourt Decides Not to Sell Heinemann-Raintree, Moves Business to International

October 2006
Educational Marketer;10/2/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 28, p1
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The article reports on the decision of the Orlando, Florida-based Harcourt Education Group not to sell its Chicago, Illinois-based Heinemann-Raintree library publishing business. Harcourt's decision happens simultaneously with the reorganization of the reporting structure of business units within the company. In addition, the all businesses will become part of the Oxford, England-based Harcourt Education International under the new reporting structure.


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