Millbrook reports results, makes acquisition

Milliot, Jim
November 1997
Publishers Weekly;11/17/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 47, p14
Trade Publication
Presents financial news from Millbrook Press for the fiscal year that ended July 31, 1997. Increase in sales; Increase in net loss; To what the company attributes the increased losses; Millbrook's move to expand with the purchase of Twenty-First Century Books from Henry Holt.


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