A new grant from The McGraw-Hill Companies to the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) will launch a textbook recycling program
Inkling, a San Francisco-based company that publishes textbooks for multi-touch devices such as the iPad, has secured significant minority investments from McGraw-Hill and Pearson, the two largest educational content providers in the world. According to an Inkling press release, "The investment signals a major endorsement from the publishing industry for the Inkling platform as a leader in the rapid shift to digital textbooks."
(Press Release) DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 26, 2011, PRNewswire—The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), a premier global financial information and education company, and Wipro, a leading technology solutions provider, will work together to develop "mConnect" an open-standard mobile learning platform designed to bridge the skills gap in emerging markets.
As I write this, I am not only in the midst of Book Business production, but the holiday season as well—parties, decorating and card writing, and lots of gift shopping. In the course of my shopping, I've managed to buy a few books as presents for, well, myself. (I've been good, Santa, I promise.) I…
Philip Ruppel and McGraw-Hill Professional (MHP)—the publishing company for which Ruppel serves as president—arrived early to the digital party.
The Publishing Business Conference and Expo (April 4-6, 2011 in NYC)—produced by Book Business and Publishing Executive magazines—has announced the speakers of the keynote Executive Roundtable for book publishers, featuring leading executives from various segments of the book publishing industry.
The McGraw-Hill Companies today announced organizational and management changes to drive global growth and innovation.
A new report by the The Gilbane Group, and sponsored by Aptara, entitled "A Blueprint for Book Publishing Transformation: Seven Essential Processes to Re-Invent Publishing," explores the book publishing industry to reveal how leading publishers are modifying their business to adjust to the realities of today's digital and mobile-centric society.