Technology, global growth top priorities for Newcomb

Milliot, Jim; Baker, John F.
June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/20/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 25, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on Simon & Schuster's (S & S) new president Jonathan Newcomb's plans for the company. Application of technology on all publishing activities; Development of multimedia titles; Expansion of S & S's global reach; Commitment to the consumer group; Possible collaborations with MTV and Showtime; Plans for divestitures and disposals.


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