Waverly expects slow rebound from poor 1993

Milliot, Jim
June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/6/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 23, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the financial results of Waverly Inc.'s book publishing operations in 1993 and its effect on sales. Statistics; Move made by the company to help improve its book publishing results; Comparison of results with previous years; 1994 initiatives in electronic publishing; Niche purchases made in 1993; Expectations for results in 1994.


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