- Scholastic posts gains in sales and profits in fiscal '98. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;7/20/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 29, p109
Reports on Scholastic's sales gains for fiscal 1998. Reasons for the gain, including cost-cutting, sales in book clubs and book fairs, the Scholastic Literacy Place Reading Program; Reorganization of its educational publishing into two groups, the Education Group and Scholastic Learning...
- Industry Stocks: July Performances. // Publishers Weekly;8/6/2007 Fall Preview, Vol. 254 Issue 31, p27
The article reports on the stock market performances of several publishers in July 2007. Amazon was easily the best performer in July, up 14.8%. While Amazon's stock continued to rise, prices at competitors Borders and Barnes & Noble fell for the second consecutive month. And "Harry Potter"...
- Scholastic expects job cuts, revamping to bring profits back. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;6/9/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 23, p11
Describes the restructuring steps taken by Scholastic Inc. to stabilize its financial status. The company breaking even in the fiscal year that ended May 31, 1997; Claim by company chairman Richard Robinson that the company should return to profitability in the 1998 fiscal year; Elimination of...
- Penguin Random House Rules The Children's Book Market. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;11/7/2016, Vol. 263 Issue 45, p4
The article offers information on children's book publishing as of 2016. Particular focus is given to the largest children's publisher in the U.S., Penguin Random House. Additional topics discussed include a chart of the largest 20 children's publishers, the publishing company Scholastic and the...
- Borders Nets $505M DIP. Kellerhals, Richard // High Yield Report;1/24/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p13
This article reports on a debtor-in-possession facility secured by book retailer Borders Group in January 2011.
- Borders Books to open store in Watertown. Kropf, Annemarie // Business Journal (Central New York);4/5/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p7
Reports on the business expansion of Borders Group Inc. with the opening of a bookstore in Watertown, New York. Details of a lease signed by Borders in connection with the store opening; Mall where the store will be located; Developer of the project.
- Canada says `no' to Borders books. // Discount Store News;3/4/96, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p2
Reports on the Canadian government's rejection of a bid by Borders Group to open book superstores in Canada.
- A page from the Borders playbook: Offer a strong mix and a soft sell. Andreoli, Teresa // Discount Store News;6/17/96, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p25
Reports on Borders superstores' efforts to make itself more profitable. Strengths based on selection and service; Introduction of the `Borders Universe'; Freeze on Planet Music; Easy chairs and browser-friendly atmosphere of the supertore as big pull for the chain; Borders' interest in the...
- Building an image one store at a time. // Discount Store News;6/17/96, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p28
Focuses on Borders book store chain's corporate culture that encourages individuality. Empowerment for each store to find its own niche in the local marketplace; Expert System as the base of the book store chain's micromarketing strategy and operations; Employee selection.