- Financial News. // Book Publishing Report;05/22/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p6
Reports on the financial performance of several book publishers in the United States during the first quarter of 2000. Barnes & Noble's book sales; Net sales at pop-up book publisher Intervisual Books; Increase in comparable store sales at Books-A-Million Inc.
- Industry Coping, Hoping As Economy Slows. Zeitchik, Steven; Milliot, Jim; Mutter, John // Publishers Weekly;2001 Fall Announcements Issue, Vol. 248 Issue 33, p153
Focuses on the economic condition of the United States book industry in 2001. Force driving the industry's economic performance; Economic concerns of publishers; Financial performance of Simon & Schuster for the first half of 2001; Sales growth on the retail side. INSET: Studies See...
- 'We're Not In Boom Times Anymore'--And Publishers Have The Profit Margins To Prove It. Holt, Karen Jenkins // Book Publishing Report;8/27/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 34, p1
Reports on how trade publishers in the United States are performing in 2001. Effect of the slowdown in the economy; Factors driving down profit margins; Response of publishers by cutting staff and the number of books they release.
- Study Says Indies Add Up to a Lot. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;4/11/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 15, p7
Reports on the sales performance of publishers in the U.S. that generate sales that are not included in statistics compiled by the Association of American Publishers, according to the report "Under the Radar." Annual revenues generated by the publishers; Percentage of sales of publishers in the...
- Pesce Lauds Wiley Brands. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;12/13/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 50, p10
Reports on the market performance of U.S. publisher John Wiley & Sons in fiscal 2004. Percentage of sales in the professional/trade segment being represented by the consumer category; Categories that contributed to the balance of revenue in the segment; Factors behind an increase in sales with...
- Editorial. Rusch, Kristine Kathry // Fantasy & Science Fiction;Aug96, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p4
Editorial. Comments on the downside of the commercialization of the American publishing industry. Inability of editors to stand by a writer in opposition to market forces; Generation of income through sales; Illustration of corporate bottom line.
- Boosting bindery output. Toth, Debora // Publishers Weekly;6/17/96 Supplement, Vol. 243 Issue 25, pS10
Focuses on methods used by publishers in the United States to boost book bindery output. Use of new cover materials; In-line coating applications; Specialized flow-line systems.
- Paper usage slows, and price levels dip. Ducey, Michael J. // Publishers Weekly;6/17/96 Supplement, Vol. 243 Issue 25, pS12
Reports on the decline in paper consumption and prices within the book publishing industry in the United States. Slackening demand for independent titles; Niche book markets in various regions.
- U.S. publishing industry. Lofquist, William S. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Winter91/92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p71
Provides information on the status of the book publishing industry in the United States as of winter 1991. Decline in book sales in the first six months of 1991; Problems with low tax revenues; Increases in the sales of elementary and secondary textbooks for the first six months of 1991.