August 2000
Book Publishing Report;08/28/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 34, p8
Trade Publication
Reports global developments in the book industry and trade as of August 2000. Includes speculations on the sale of book retailer Waterstone by parent company HMV Media Group; Resignation of fiction editorial director Clare Ledingham from Simon & Schuster; Estimation of the sales growth of Oxford University Press.


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