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 2015: Woongjin ThinkBig

Woongjin ThinkBig was established in 1980 as Woongjin Publications and focuses on educational materials for people of all ages, including study books, complete collections, single works, after-school learning materials, textbooks and online content. 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: Santillana

Santillana is a textbook and general-interest publishing group in Spain and Latin America with an international presence in 22 countries. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: China Education

In December 2010, China Education Publishing & Media Group (China Education) was formed as a strategic merger to reshape educational publishing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Gallimard

Gallimard has been home to many of the most prestigious writers in French literature throughout the 20th century, including Marcel Proust, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and 2008 Nobel laureate Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio. 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: Egmont

Egmont is a leading Nordic media group that includes Nordisk Film, Norway’s TV 2, and PlayStation distribution along with book publishing. The company is active in 30 countries with 6,600 employees. 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: RCS Libri

RCS MediaGroup is an international multimedia group that publishes daily newspapers, magazines and books and produces radio, television, and new media content. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Abril Educação S.A.

Abril Educação S.A. is a publicly traded company with shares listed on BM&F Bovespa. 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: Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press publishes 50,000 peer-reviewed academic research under three main publishing groups: Academic, Cambridge English, and Education. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Shueisha

Shueisha is a major publisher in Japan and the largest manga publisher in the world with a market share in Japan of 30%. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Wiley

Wiley was founded in 1807 and competes in three markets represented by its core divisions. 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: 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: Gruppo editorial Mauri Spagnol

Gruppo editoriale Mauri Spagnol (GeMS) is a privately held publishing group and the third largest publisher in Italy. 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: 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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