Mondadori up, Rizzoli down, in '94 results

Lottman, Herbert R.
April 1995
Publishers Weekly;4/17/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 16, p17
Trade Publication
Reports that the Italian publishing company Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (AME) has co-opted Silvio Berlusconi Editore and Elemond in 1994. Ame's projected sales for calendar 1994; Cost controls; Turnover rate of books; AME's portfolio; Loss of the publishing company RCS Editore, which holds Rizzoli books.


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