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Michael Cader & Mike Shatzkin Partner for Publishers Launch Conferences - Posted March 28, 2011
Michael Cader and Mike Shatzkin will partner up to produce Publishers Launch Conferences, a series of industry educational events.... [GalleyCat]

How Publishers Will Cope with Amazon's Monopoly - Posted January 27, 2010
At Digital Book World this morning, Mike Shatzkin quizzed his panel of publishing thinkers about the Amazon (AMZN) hold over the industry. "Amazon has 80 or 90 percent of the book buying [market] online and 80 or 90 p... [GalleyCat]

Harcourt Bought by Houghton Mifflin - Posted July 16, 2007
It's official: Just hours after the Financial Times reported that a deal was imminent, Barry O'Callaghan's Riverdeep Houghton Mifflin Group has bought Harcourt's US Schools Education business from Reed Exhibitions fo... [GalleyCat]

Fopp Goes Under; Virgin Reportedly Tried to Save Company - Posted July 2, 2007
While I was taking a self-imposed hiatus, the Glasgow-based music retailer Fopp did, in the end, go bankrupt after a couple of weeks of cash-only sales and rampant rumors that the company, in its 25th anniversary of existence, had overextended its reach. The Bookseller first reported the news on Friday mor... [GalleyCat]

Amazon's Kindle Ready to Launch? - Posted June 13, 2007
Rumors circulating back in April that Kindle, Amazon's e-reader, would be launched in the spring didn't pan out, but Publishers Marketplace reported on its home page y... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: Perseus Front-Runs, but it's Up To the Judge - Posted February 16, 2007
It took a flurry of late night activity, and Judge Christopher Sontchi could decide to do whatever he likes when today's hearing gets underway at 11:30 PST, but for now, it looks like Perseus has the upper hand in the battle for Publishers Group West and its client publishers. PW Daily... [GalleyCat]

Inside Patterson, Inc. - Posted February 5, 2007
I've said all along that to treat James Patterson like any other author - and hold him to the same standards - is an unwise move. He used to run an advertising agency, and the model he's concocted is clearly based on having a CEO come up with big ideas, and... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: Court Date Set for February 7, Perseus Court Filing Details - Posted January 26, 2007
PW Daily reported yesterday that anyone who has any objection to Perseus Books Group's 70 cents on the dollar offer for Publisher Group West clients have until February 7 to file motions with the bankruptcy court, according to a notice issued by the Delaware court on Wednesday. If no objections are... [GalleyCat]

Publishing Unbound, Google-Style - Posted January 19, 2007
A crowd more than 300-strong gathered at the New York Public Library's Celeste Bartos Room for Google's all-day Unbound conference to be told, in no uncertain terms by an array of speakers, that if you're not moving with the digital times, you're just not a 21st century publish... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: Avalon Signs with Perseus - Posted January 11, 2007
Publishers Lunch reported late yesterday that the Avalon Publishing Group, which includes Carroll & Graf, Shoemaker & Hoard, Seal Press, Thunder's Mouth Press, Nation Books, Marlowe & Company and Avalon Travel Publishing, has signed a letter of intent to be acquired by the Perseus Books Group. (... [GalleyCat]

Independent Publishers Get Hurt by AMS Chapter 11 Filing - Posted January 4, 2007
Declaring bankruptcy isn't exactly the best way to begin the new year, but that's exactly what has happened as Advanced Marketing Services filed Chapter 11 papers on December 29. The full text filing is available via ... [GalleyCat]