Hachette, Casa Creación forge Spanish-language partnership
October 15, 2012

FaithWords, the Christian division of Hachette Book Group, has entered into a publishing partnership with Casa Creación—the Spanish-language imprint of Charisma House, Charisma Media's book division—to broaden the reach of its authors. Hachette will handle the U.S. Spanish market, while Casa's focus will be Puerto Rico and the rest of the Spanish-speaking world.

In talks since July's International Christian Retail Show in Orlando, Fla., the two publishers signed an agreement this month to work together.

Hachette Book Group Renews Distribution Agreement with Time Home Entertainment Group
January 11, 2012

January 10, 2012 – Hachette Book Group (HBG) has renewed its book distribution services agreement with Time Home Entertainment Inc (THEI). Since January 2001, HBG has provided global fulfillment, distribution and sales services to THEI; THEI grew in 2007 to include Oxmoor House titles, which the company acquired.

Hachette Book Group Renews Distribution Contract with Chronicle
December 14, 2011

Hachette Book Group (HBG) announced that they have renewed their distribution services agreement with San Francisco based Chronicle Books. Since January 2008, HBG has provided fulfillment and distribution services into the United States trade market to Chronicle Books and their clients, which include Moleskine.

Hachette Book Group Announces James Patterson App for iPhone and iPad
October 29, 2010

Hachette Book Group announced today the James Patterson App for iPhone and iPad. The free app, available now on iTunes, will allow anyone with an iPhone or an iPad to access the latest breaking news about the country’s #1 bestselling author and his books, plus exclusive fan previews, online purchasing, author interviews, and other exclusive content.

Bestselling Author James Patterson Breaks E-book Sales Record
July 6, 2010

Hachette Book Group announced today that #1 bestselling author James Patterson has broken yet another record—this time with tremendous ebook sales. To date, Patterson has sold 1,141,273 ebook units, making him the first novelist ever to surpass the 1,000,000 mark.

James Patterson's 'Worst Case' Made Available as Interactive E-book
April 5, 2010

Little, Brown and Company, a division of Hachette Book Group, announced that #1 bestselling author James Patterson's thriller WORST CASE will be released as an e-book with enriched content on April 3, 2010. The first such release by this author launches fans of "America's #1 storyteller" (Forbes) into a newly enhanced reading experience.

The Best Book Publishing Companies to Work For
November 1, 2009

The "Best Book Publishing Companies to Work For" list is Book Business’ annual ranking of companies that embody the philosophy that a company’s employees are the key to its success, and that employee happiness translates to a more motivated, productive workplace. Many companies on the list show that being a great company isn’t just about offering an attractive benefits package (though that certainly helps). The companies that made this year’s list create environments where employees are valued and respected professionally, and they also work to help enhance employees’ personal lives. Whether it’s through profit sharing, ample paid time off, telecommuting options, childcare services, fitness facilities, adoption assistance or pet-friendly policies, these companies go the extra mile to keep their employees happy—and it shows.

Focusing on Faith
May 1, 2007

The large New York publishing firms might have been forgiven, in early 2000, for taking little or no notice of a slim volume of Bible commentary put out by Multnomah Publishers, a small religious publishing house based in Colorado Springs. The book, which analyzed an obscure Old Testament passage as a sort of self-help guide to releasing “God’s favor, power and protection” through prayer, was bought up by large evangelical churches and began to be talked about online and in so-called “small group ministry” sessions around the country. One year and 4 million copies later, everyone in the publishing world had heard of