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- Random House is a publishing division of Bertelsmann AG. It was founded in 1925 by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer.
- Random House is a publishing house based in New York City.
- Random House is a publishing division of the German media conglomerate Bertelsmann based in New York City.
- Random House is a creative enterprise but it is run as a business.
- Random House is a pillar of the publishing world, and we're proud to marry our resources with theirs for what will be a long and productive relationship.
- Missing from this post are the Chatto & Windus hardbacks from Random House UK, originally published in 1992.
- Let's call it Random House." So recounts Bennett Cerf in this wonderfully amusing memoir of the making of a great publishing house.
- When S.I. Newhouse sold Random House to Bertelsmann, it was reporting a whopping 0.1 percent in annual profits.
- ANDRE SCHIFFRIN: The German company which owns -- well, a lot of them are foreigners, which is interesting, which owns Random House group and so on.
- We are The Random House Group based in the UK and share the same name and owner as Random House Inc.
- I like the Random House Widget better as it is just the cover and gives you the option of choosing a large or small version.
- Random House said the two companies were the only major publishers offering such services so far.
- A. If it is a Random House title - search this site, all titles from The Random House Group which are in print are listed in the database.
- Beyond Apollo is a novel by Barry N. Malzberg, first published in 1972 in a hardcover edition by Random House.
- Menaker, whose novel "The Treatment" was recently made into a feature film starring Ian Holm, will continue to work on "selected" Random House titles.
- These essays were later collected and published by Random House in Paris to the Moon, after Gopnik returned to New York City in 2000.
- Consists of papers of Commins, primarily compiled while he was chief editor, 1933-1958, at Random House.
- ANDRE SCHIFFRIN: Well, there were six who left altogether, the editorial left, and there was a big picket line outside Random House.
- Arbus has also authored or contributed to several books about her mother including, Diane Arbus Revelations, released by Random House (ISBN 0-375-50620-9).
- Robert L. Bernstein, the chief executive of Random House for more than a quarter century, guided one of the nation's premier publishing houses.
- My books go into the same bookstores as ones from Random House.
- In December of 1989, Alberto Vitale, a former banker, replaced Robert L. Berstein as chairman and president of Random House .
- Chizen will be interviewed by incoming AAP Chairman Richard Sarnoff, executive vice president of Random House, Inc.
- Random House will keep you up to date on the works of Billy Goldberg, M.D.! Enter your email address below to enroll.
- In this way, Random House leverages business efficiency and know-how to support the creative work of book publishing.
- Random House featured the Halma photo in its "This is Truman Capote" ads, and large blowups were displayed in bookstore windows.
- Updike was the subject of a so-called "closed book examination" by Nicholson Baker, entitled U and I (Random House, 1991).
- Peter Olson, the chairman of Random House, told the New York Times that the total amount of layoffs was less than 10% of its total workforce.
- This morning, The Millions takes a closer look at the new book widgets released this week by HarperCollins and Random House.
- Random House and HarperCollins are sending letters to authors and agents seeking amendments to contracts regarding e-book rights.
- Random House today launched Insight, a digital book distribution program that includes a widget, similar to the one recently launched by HarperCollins.
- Alfred A. Knopf is a unit of Random House, which is owned by the German media company Bertelsmann AG.
- Pantheon Books is an American imprint with editorial independence that is part of the Knopf Publishing Group, which was acquired by Random House in 1960.
- It is part of Random House, the publishing division of Bertelsmann.
- It could be published by another part of the Random House Group.
- Doubleday® is a registered trademark of Random House.
- November 26 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan sells the rights to his autobiography to Random House for a record US$3 million.
- Eric Clapton: The Autobiography, was released on October 9, 2007 by The Random House Group, includes his own photographs and covers Eric's life so far.
- Cerf's precedent-setting crusade made Random House a household word, and the Modern Library's Ulysses was published in 1934.
- For instance John Grisham is published by the imprints Century and Arrow which are both part of Random House.
- He has written a two volume 270 page graphic novel for Avril Lavigne entitled Make 5 Wishes which was published by Del Rey Manga and Random House.
- This time the layoffs came at its Random House, Villard and Modern Library trade imprints.
- Pantheon and Random House which, at the time, was owned by SI Newhouse, were plagued with controversy throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s.
- Bennet Cerf, who operated Random House at the time, arranged with Joseph Blumenthal to design and print the volume.
- In 1988 it became part of the Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, which in turn became a division of Random House in 1998.
- Random House is a wholly owned division of Bertelsmann.
- Random House has laid people off in every division in a perplexing, slow process.
- It was acquired by Random House in 1973, and remains part of that company today.
- Random House, through its United Kingdom division, acquired a 90% stake in the company in March 2007.
- In 1975, he was named chairman of the board and served as chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Random House until 1989.
- He joined Random House in 1957 and became its first vice president in 1962, president in 1966, and chief executive officer one year later.
- The professor was originally approached by Random House for a comment or "blurb" to put on the cover of the book but she was apparently appalled by it.
- The authors refused to made these changes and Random House decided to go ahead and publish the book.
- In 1980 she forged an agreement to write such a book for Crown Publishing, a division of Random House.
- Random House books are available wherever books are sold.
- Our catalog only carries a listing of Random House books currently in print.
- We do not keep details of books which were previously published by Random House.
- But a deeper look reveals that Random House not only has gotten the widget bug, it also has a broad and solid strategy around widgets.
- Both widgets allow you to read and search books, but the Random House widget is the clear winner for its self-contained design.
- Doubleday is a unit of Random House Inc., the publishing arm of privately held German media conglomerate Bertelsmann AG.
- Ballantine Books is a division of Random House Inc., the world's largest English-language general trade book publisher.
- Doubleday is a division of Random House Inc., the world's largest English-language trade publisher.
- Alfred A. Knopf is a publishing group within Random House Inc., a company owned by Bertelsmann Corporation.
- In 1988 it became part of the Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group which went on to acquire and become a division of Random House Inc.
- TSR was publishing nearly 60 books per year at the time of its purchase, all of which were distributed by Random House Inc.
- Bantam Books is a major U.S. publishing house owned by Random House and is part of the Bantam Dell Publishing Group.
- And so there is always a pressure on a publishing house to sell out, which is what happened to Bennett Cerf and Random House.
- We have much to thank him for," Gina Centrello, president and publisher of Random House, said in a statement.
- FACT #8: ALL publishers use digital (Print-On-Demand) technology for printing, from all major publishing houses such as Random House down.
- Del Rey Manga, an arm of Random House Publishing (the publishing division of Bertelsmann AG), is a company that publishes manga in North America.
- Random House Publishing now owns the rights to Trixie Belden and the first four books in the series are back in print.
- There are still a lot of people who were in publishing who were at Random House when I was there.
- Jesse's Word of the Day Jesse Sheidlower is a Senior Editor in the Reference division of Random House, where he specializes in slang and new words.
- Perhaps no one understands this better than Ann Campbell, a senior editor at the Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group, a division of Random House.
- They were bought out and are part of the " Bantam Dell Publishing Group" of Random House, which also uses some of Dell's other imprints.
- It is published by a company no longer associated with Random House UK. See below for current Random House companies (imprints).
- Chatto and Windus has been, since 1987, an imprint of Random House, the publishers.
- Doubleday is an imprint of Random House, the publisher of Brown's worldwide best-selling novel.
- Del Rey is an "imprint" of Ballantine books, which in turn is a division of Random House.
- Then, early in the spring of 1998, Secker, as part of Random House, were bought out again, this time by the German firm of Bertelsmann.
- In addition to their commercial success, books published by Random House, Inc.
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