November 2000
Book Publishing Report;11/13/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 45, p7
Trade Publication
Reports worldwide developments related to publishers and publishing as of November 2000. Failure of Waterstone in displaying titles on its Christmas catalog; Possibilities of BBC Worldwide in becoming the first trade publisher to publish an electronic book in Great Britain; Plans in selling the Marshall Editions and Marshall Publishing companies.


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