Courier Counts on College Textbooks for Stability in 2009

January 2009
Educational Marketer;1/19/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p6
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The article focuses on the college textbook publishing which was targeted by the Courier Corp. to provide stability in 2009 in North Chelmsford, Massachusetts. Courier chairman James Conway III says that strength was visible in the higher education area compared to elementary and high school due to the issues of state and local funding. It adds that the robust sales in four-color college textbooks has driven the four % increase of revenue of book manufacturing from 2.4% to 50.9 million dollars.


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