Warner Books on Block?

Zeitchik, Steven
July 2002
Publishers Weekly;7/22/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 29, p67
Trade Publication
Focuses on the views of the U.S. publishing industry on the sale of Warner Books. Significance of Simon & Schuster's integration into Viacom; Book copublished by Barnes & Noble with Warner.


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