In the Loop
- NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER SCORECARD THE PUBLISHERS Children's. // Book Publishing Report;4/21/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 16, p3
Provides a list from the 'New York Times Bestseller Scorecard' of several books for children ranked according to publishers for the year 2003. HarperCollins; Scholastic; Random House; Simon & Schuster.
- HARPERCOLLINS RAISES CO-OP TO 5%. // Quill & Quire;Aug97, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p17
Reports on Harpercollins Publishers Inc.'s increase of its cooperative (co-op) funding for independent bookstores. Terms of the coop funding program; Guaranteed advance approval for coop in two business days.
- HarperCollins won't exhibit at BookExpo in '97. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;12/30/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 52, p10
Reports that HarperCollins has withdrawn from the exhibition floor of the 1997 BookExpo America (BEA) in Chicago. Other high-profile publishers that have decided not to exhibit, such as Random House and Simon & Schuster; Citing that 900 companies still plan to attend.
- AMS: Record sales and profits. // Publishers Weekly;5/24/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 21, p14
Reports on the financial performance of book retailer Advanced Marketing Services for its fiscal year ending March 31, 1999. Factors affecting the company's financial performance.
- How the otherbook buyers use the ABA show. Oder, Norman // Publishers Weekly;6/10/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 24, p34
Looks at companies like the San Diego-based Advanced Marketing Services (AMS) which helps supply deep-discount wholesale clubs with books. Why AMS cannot rely solely on the ABA convention in Chicago to preview books for the fall and Christmas season; The late date of the Chicago convention; The...
- AMS's record year. // Publishers Weekly;5/20/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 21, p27
Declares that Advanced Marketing Services (AMS) reported record sales and earnings in its fiscal year ended March 31, 1996. Reasons for improved sales attributed to greater penetration of Sam's Clubs, strong sales of computer books and a rise in the number of mass market paperback titles it...
- HarperCollins to provide back office services for scholastic. // Book Publishing Report;10/25/99, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p4
Reports that HarperCollins Publishers Inc. has signed an agreement to provide customer service, billing and credit for Scholastic. Significance of the deal on the companies' publishing assets.
- HC to Handle Back Office for Scholastic. // Publishers Weekly;10/25/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 43, p12
Reports on the agreement between Scholastic Children's Books and HarperCollins. Opinion of Scholastic's President Barbara Marcus on HarperCollins; Comments of HC President Jane Friedman concerning the agreement.
- Special bus, special day. // Publishers Weekly;10/28/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 44, p17
Presents a photograph of the creators of Scholastic's Magic School Bus series, Bruce Degen and Joanna Cole, holding a proclamation for Magic School Bus Day in New York.