U.S. Sales Boost Penguin Group, But Dorling Kindersley Holds Down Profits And Revenue Growth

Holt, Karen Jenkins
August 2001
Book Publishing Report;8/6/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 31, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the revenue and profit gained by Penguin Putnam Inc. in the U.S. Increase of actual net sales; Aquisition of Dorling Kindersley; Changes in the publishing strategy of Dorling Kindersley.


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