Profits Fall 18% At HarperCollins--Company Says Sept. 11 Partly To Blame

Jenskins Holt, Karen
November 2001
Book Publishing Report;11/12/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 45, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of the United States terrorist attack on the sales of books. Decline in profits of HarperCollins during the first quarter of 2002; Factors contributing to the decline according to chief executive officer Jane Friedman; Lists of books being affected.


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