December 2001
Book Publishing Report;12/17/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 50, p6of8
Trade Publication
Reports developments in the book publishing industry as of December 2001. Recruitment of Penguin marketing director John Bond to join HarperCollins U.K.; Assumption of Belinda Budge as managing director and publisher of imprints Thorsons and Element; Plans of book publishing company W.H. Smith to open shops in Great Britain.


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