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Tracey Guest Promoted to VP At Simon & Schuster - Posted August 26, 2011
Tracey Guest, director of publicity at Simon & Schuster, has been promoted to vice president, director of publicity. Guest has been with Simon & Schuster since 1998. In her time at the publisher, she has worked on a wide range of books by authors including: Hunter S. Thompson, Bob Woodward... []

Simon & Schuster and TechCrunch Battle Over Blog Excerpts - Posted May 14, 2010
Yesterday TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington posted an angry response to Simon & Schuster following a lengthy email exchange about his posting of excerpts from a book. Last week TechCrunch ... [GalleyCat]

Controversy Over Changes to S&S's Boilerplate - Posted May 17, 2007
Simon & Schuster recently altered its boilerplate contract to extend their copyright control of an author's work "in perpetuity" and the Authors Guild is steaming mad about it. In an alert issued yesterday, the Guild recommended that author considering excluding the house from auctions until they agree not to impose the... [GalleyCat]

Is S&S Muzzling Plame Appearances? - Posted March 16, 2007
My answer would immediately have to be "no" but it makes for good gossip fodder for Rush & Molloy, who claim that the reason Valerie Plame has canceled tomorrow's People For the American Way-hosted talk - and possibly any other future appearances - not because of CIA concerns but because of... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: S&S Bid Rejected, Economies of Scale - Posted January 23, 2007
Buried at the end of Julie Bosman's New York Times piece about Perseus's offer to acquire the distribution contracts of Publishers Group West clients is that the federal bankruptcy court in Delaware rejected a bid by Simon & Schuster to reclaim books in Advanced Marketing Services' inventory that could be valued... [GalleyCat]