S&S shifts stress international, educational technology

Milliott, Jim
May 1995
Publishers Weekly;5/8/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 19, p15
Trade Publication
Reports that Simon & Schuster has created the International, Business and Professional Group which combines S&S's international group with its business, training and healthcare units. Expansion of the Education Technology Group; Naming of a new management team to head the two units; Corporate financial position.


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