HC reports strong gains in profits

Milliot, Jim
February 1998
Publishers Weekly;2/16/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 7, p111
Trade Publication
Notes that HarperCollins continues to report improved operating results, as of February 1998, compared to 1997. Statistics about finances; Sales in second quarter; Reasons for improvements; Optimism for second half of year; Mention of new children's editorial director.


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