October 2002
Book Publishing Report;10/14/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 40, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the U.S. book industries and trade as of October 14, 2002. HaperCollins' purchase of the world rights to 'Infectious Greed: The Fall of Enron,' by 'Wall Street Journal' staffers John Emshwiller and Rebecca Smith; Simon and Schuster's decision to produce a booklet on AIDS and HIV prevention; Store sales posted by Barnes and Nobles in September 2002.


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