In the Loop

September 2000
Book Publishing Report;09/04/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 35, p6
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs related to book publishing as of September 4, 2000. Random House Inc.'s selection of Artesia Technologies Inc. to create a database of its backlist and current titles; Simon & Schuster Inc.'s partnership with Nabisco Inc. to promote several children's books; Pearson Education's decision to provide front and back titles to be converted to the online educational reference site Questia Media Inc.


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