Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Kodansha

Kodansha was started by Seiji Noma in 1909 as a spin-off of the Dai-Nippon Yūbenkai (Greater Japan Oratorical Society). Its first publication was the literary magazine Yūben. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: China Publishing Group Corporation

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Global Publishing Leaders 2017: Kabushiki-gaisha Kōdansha (Kodansha Limited)

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Kodansha

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Global Publishing Leaders 2014: Kodansha

Kodansha owns the Otowa Group and is a stockholder in various broadcasters across Japan, and is believed to hold around 20% of the TBS Group's stock. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Egmont

Egmont is one of Scandinavia’s leading media companies, producing magazines, books, movie theatres, movies, TV, comic books, school books, communities, games and game consoles. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Holtzbrinck

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Bertelsmann

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Klett

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: HarperCollins

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is one of the world’s largest providers of educational products and solutions for pre-K–12 learning, with a 40% global market share. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: The Mondadori Group

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Kyowon

Kyowon, founded in 1985, is one of the biggest publishing companies in Korea. They have a high reputation for educational books, especially for prenatal, baby, toddler, and pre-school topics. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Média Participations

The Belgium-French group Média Participations is the largest publisher of comic books in Europe. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: De Agostini SpA

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Cambridge University Press

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: FTD

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Bungei Shunjū Ltd.

Bungei Shunjū Ltd. was established in 1923 by the best selling writer Kan Kikuchi. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Abril Educacao S/A

As one of Latin America’s major communication groups, Grupo Abril provides information, education and entertainment to most public segments and integrates with many forms of media. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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