HC profits up 200% in year; Hemming is new publisher

Baker, John F.
August 1998
Publishers Weekly;8/17/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 33, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that HarperCollins increased its operating profits 200 percent in its year ending June 30, 1998. Amount of publishing revenues for HarperCollins; Hiring of Cathy Hemming as executive vice-president and publisher of the HarperCollins adult trade group; Jane Friedman's position as HarperCollins chief executive officer.


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