Oxford University Press (OUP), a department of the University of Oxford, dates back to the earliest days of printing.
Albin Michel is one of France’s leading literary and educational publishers.
Shinchosha Publishing Company was founded in 1896 and publishes general literature, fiction, nonfiction, fine arts, philosophy and dictionaries as well as manga.
The Belgium-French group Media Participations is the largest comic book publisher in Europe with roughly 1,000 overall new titles per year including 600 bandes dessinées (comics) and annual sales of 25 million volumes including 15 million comic books.
Les Editions Lefebvre-Sarrut is a leading European tax and regulatory publisher, initially stemming from a merger between Editions Francis Lefebvre and Editions Législatives in 1999 with a focus on publishing, professional education and database integration.
The survey, published this month by Booknet Canada, found that Canadians prefer reading books in print. It also found that more are opting to do their reading on smartphones, or listen to audiobooks.
Its chief critic took a buy-out. It's consolidating like crazy. But the Gray Lady's books team is neither flailing nor failing. Here's what it is doing.