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Publishing can't easily go on hold until the fall — which is when publishers tend to release the year's biggest titles.
"It's extremely powerful to be in a position where the change that you're talking about is actually embodied in who you are."
Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg announced he is stepping down today after initiating major restructuring that will combine the company’s U.S. and international divisions under a new CEO. The publishing giant has enjoyed robust print and digital circulation for celebrated titles…
Riverdale's favorite son was in danger of fading into obscurity when Jon Goldwater breathed some new life into the franchise.
Rolling Stone's president says, "in today's environment you have to be more than just a magazine."
The face of science fiction is changing, and diverse fan communities may be the cause.
Co-founder Bibi Bakare-Yusuf wants you to see 'the complex, gorgeous realities of the continent' in African books.
Pearson, the global education publisher, announced a nearly $3.3 billion loss for 2016. It’s struggling, as many traditional publishers are, with big shifts in the way college kids buy (or don’t buy) textbooks. According to the National Association of College…
The For Dummies books have been teaching users everything from Windows 95 to golf for years, but what kind of influence do they have in the digital age?
The 94-year-old is the brains behind "The Dick Van Dyke Show."