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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Penguin waddles into the future, Toronto Star

Paperback trailblazer waddles into the future, by Mallick Heather, Toronto Star Oct 30, 2012 Extract:
The Penguin-Random House book merger is a big deal: Mallick The merger of Penguin and Random House, which will create the world’s biggest book publisher, will change your life but not in any way you’ll notice. It’s like the recent Libor scandal — the secret fixing of world interest rates by banks — which probably didn’t register, despite its huge effect on you personally. continue reading

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