HarperCollins' Revenue Not Expected to Suffer Sans Regan

December 2006
Book Publishing Report;12/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p4
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The article reports on the effect of the dismissal of Judith Regan from HarperCollins' ReganBooks division to the company. The dismissal of Judith Regan is expected by many to result in disorder in the company. However, the books placed by HarperCollins and ReganBooks in the "New York Times" bestseller lists are still estimated to bring high revenues to the publisher.


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