Global Publishing Leaders 2013: La Martinière

Founded in 1992 by Hervé de la Martinière, the French publishing company initially focused on illustrated books in Photography, Heritage, Art, and Leisure, and is now also active in general trade. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: China Publishing Group Corporation

China Publishing Group Corporation was founded in 2002 and is one of the largest holding structures in Chinese publishing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2017: La Martinière Groupe

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: La Martinière Groupe

French publishing company La Martinière was founded in 1992 by Hervé de la Martinière with an initial focus on illustrated photography, heritage, art, and leisure books, and has since expanded to general trade books. La Martinière acquired Seuil in 2004. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2014: La Martinière

La Martinière is a French publishing company that began with a focus on illustrated photography, heritage, art, and leisure books, and has since expanded to general trade books. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Bertelsmann

Bertelsmann is an international media company with divisions in broadcasting (RTL Group), print and digital trade publishing (Random House), magazine publishing (Gruner + Jahr), outsourcing services (Arvato), and printing (Be Printers). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Holtzbrinck

Georg von Holtzbrinck GmbH publishing group is a family-owned company headquartered in Germany. It publishes both print and electronic media in more than 80 countries, and serves educational, professional, and general readership markets. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Klett

Klett Group is a private German educational resource company, which operates 59 subsidiaries at 40 locations in 17 countries. The portfolio comprises traditional textbooks, digital interactive learning solutions, professional literature, and fiction. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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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: Harlequin

Harlequin, a publisher of books for women, is owned by the Torstar Corporation, a media and publishing company. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Hachette Livre

Hachette Livre (Lagardère Publishing) is a leading publisher in three key languages: French, Spanish and English. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Kadokawa Shoten

The Kadokawa Group, which aims to become a "Mega Software Publisher," is moving beyond its existing publishing business to achieve sustainable growth in film and software (which includes websites and mobile sites), and by developing business overseas with an emphasis on Asia. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: The Mondadori Group

The Mondadori Group is the leading book and magazine publisher in Italy, with a market share of 27.6% (against 26.5% in 2011). The company's publishing houses include Edizioni Mondadori, Einaudi, Piemme, and Sperling & Kupfer. Its magazine titles include Panorama and Donna moderna. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Informa

Informa is a professional information provider, with a focus on academic and professional publishing, and informational events. Informa has 150 offices in 40 countries. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: HarperCollins

HarperCollins is a subsidiary of News Corporation, a diversified global media company with operations in cable network programming, film, television, direct broadcast satellite television, and publishing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: AST

AST was established in 1990 by Alexei Gertsev, Sergei Derevianko and Tatiana Derevianko as "Creative Cooperative Association AST" (Russian: Творческое кооперативное объединение, or АСТ). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press publishes 45,000 peer-reviewed academic research and professional-development titles, 300 research journals, school-level education, English-language teaching aids, and bibles under three main publishing groups: Academic, Cambridge English, and Education. The Press has... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Les Editions Lefebvre-Sarrut

Les Editions Lefebvre Sarrut is the result of a merger between Editions Francis Lefebvre and Editions Législatives in 1999, with a focus on publishing, professional education, and database integration. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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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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