Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Groupe Albin Michel

Albin Michel is one of France’s leading literary and educational publishers, and has been honored by the country’s highest literary awards. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Bonnier

The Bonnier Group is a family-owned international media group based in Sweden with a presence in the U.S., Germany, the U.K. Eastern Europe, and elsewhere. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Shogakukan

Shogakukan was founded by Takeo Oga, grandfather of today’s president Masahiro Oga, on August 8,1922. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Springer Science+Business Media

Springer published 2,400 English-language scientific and professional journals and more than 9,000 new books in 2014, with subjects ranging from science, technology and medicine to business and transportation. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Cornelsen

Franz Cornelsen is one of Germany’s largest publishers and providers of learning services. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford, has a remarkably diverse publishing program that reaches far beyond traditional university presses. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Kodansha

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

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Média Participations

The Belgium-French group Media Participations is the largest comic book publisher in Europe. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Mondadori

Mondadori operates four trade publishing houses: Edizioni Mondadori, Giulio Einaudi editore, Edizioni Piemme and Sperling & Kupfer, the last of which also includes Frassinelli. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Gakken

Gakken Holdings Co., Ltd. is a publisher of books and magazines with a specific focus on illustrated and picture books, drill books and other educational materials including toys and learning services for Japanese preparatory schools and the children’s markets. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Bungei Shunju

Bungei Shunjū Ltd. was established in 1923 by the best selling writer Kan Kikuchi. The Japanese company publishes 400 fiction and nonfiction books and ten cultural magazines including the leading monthly magazine Bungei Shunjū. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Holtzbrinck

The Holtzbrinck Publishing Group is a family-owned company based in Germany. The group’s portfolio includes Macmillan Publishers, Macmillan Science and Education, and Holtzbrinck Digital (Digital Publishing, Marketplaces and eLearning). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: France Loisirs

France Loisir is the largest book club in France. It was founded in 1970 by Bertelsmann and French publisher Presses de la Cité. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Wolters Kluwer

Wolters Kluwer is a Dutch global information service company that provides information, software, and services to the legal, business, tax, accounting, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and healthcare markets. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Grupo Planeta

Planeta is the leading Spanish language publishing group in Spain and Latin America, with further strongholds in Portugal and France, where it owns Editis, the second largest publishing company in France. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Simon & Schuster

Simon & Schuster was founded in New York City in 1924 by Richard L. Simon and M. Lincoln ("Max") Schuster. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: De Agostini Editore

Italy’s De Agostini S.p.A. is a family-owned international group, founded in 1901 and controlled by B&D Holding. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Sanoma

Sanoma is comprised of Consumer Media and Learning, a consolidation that took effect on January 1, 2014. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: EKSMO-AST

EKSMO-AST is the largest general interest publishing company in Russia. The house publishes fiction, nonfiction, children’s, YA, reference and educational books. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Kyowon

Kyowon (Korean for “teacher group”) was founded in 1985 and is one of the biggest publishing companies in Korea. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Pearson

Pearson is the world’s leading education company, with 40,000 employees in more than 70 countries. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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