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Crown Publishing Group Split and Publisher Leaves - Posted December 8, 2009
Random House CEO Markus Dohle announced today that Crown Publishing Group will be broken into two distinct groups. Crown Publishing Group publisher Jenny Frost is leaving the company. Doubleday Canada's executive publisher... [GalleyCat]

Diane Salvatore Named Publisher of Broadway Books - Posted May 26, 2009
Diane Salvatore, the magazine leader who most recently served editor-in-chief of Ladies' Home Journal, has been named vice president and publisher of Broadway Books. The new publisher will report directly to Crown Publishing Group president, ... [GalleyCat]

Random House Acquires Ten Speed Press, Layoffs Imminent? - Posted March 2, 2009
From GalleyCat: Three months after massive restructuring at Random House, the conglomerate has purchased the California-based publisher, Ten Speed Press. Neither company revealed details of the sale, but Ten Speed founder ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Wainwright Goes to Crown - Posted July 18, 2007
PW Daily reports that Katie Wainwright, Executive Director of Publicity and Associate Publisher of Trade Paperbacks at Hyperion for the past seven years, will take up the post of Vice President, Executive Director of Publicity at Crown Publishing Group as of August 1. In a letter sent today to the Crown... [GalleyCat]

When Being Dooced Is Only One Side of the Story - Posted March 6, 2007
Sometimes, even us freewheeling bloggers like to exercise a little restraint. Because reporting on publishing people getting fired for what's clearly a case of going overboard on a small matter is, frankly, not the best use of our time and resources. But since Gawker's now gone ahead and present... [GalleyCat]