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#ShortStoryTweet Is the Nicest Thing on the Internet This Week - Posted November 20, 2014
If you need a quick, afternoon pick-me-up, the Penguin UK Twitter account has your back. In honor of national short story week, they started #ShortStoryTweet, and people ... []

Howcast Teams Up with Penguin Books' The Complete Idiot's Guide - Posted January 13, 2011
How-to video site Howcast has been spending time in the company of idiots, announcing a partnership with Penguin Books' The Complete Idiot's Guide series to incorporate its videos into The Complete Idiot's Guide Web site. The site features an auto-generated video thumbnail from Howcast, text guides, and the Howcast video player.... [WebNewser -]

Gibson To Take Second Life Plunge - Posted July 9, 2007
With SPOOK COUNTRY due for publication next month, William Gibson's UK publishers are trying new marketing devices to get the book noticed. And one of them, according to the Penguin Books blog, is to bring Gibson to Second Life - a world he could have easily pr... [GalleyCat]

Read a Penguin Novel At the Salon - Posted June 15, 2007 reports that women's "me time" is to take literary turn as Penguin Books teams up with Toni & Guy for a new promotion, giving anyone visiting the salons the chance to read from a selection of books, as well as the usual magazines."The high level of dwell time in salons... [GalleyCat]

Pearson Profits Rise - Posted February 26, 2007
Pearson, the world's largest education publisher (and parent company of Penguin Books) reported a 19 pct rise in 2006 profits, ahead of market expectations, and said it expects to grow faster than its markets in 2007. Penguin saw sales rise by 5% and operating profit by 10% in 2006,... [GalleyCat]