Business Musings: Writing by Committee (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) I had a shudder moment yesterday. While researching something else, I read a New York Times interview on leadership with Gina Centrello, president and publisher of Random House Publishing Group. (No, she’s not the head of Random House. Just a section of it.) She mentions the importance […]
Starting this fall, political news site Politico will work with Random House to publish a series of four e-books about the 2012 presidential campaign.
In an internal memo issued Tuesday, Gina Centrello, president and publisher of the Random House Publishing Group, announced the promotion of Susan Kamil—current senior vice president and editor-in-chief—to the additional position of publisher of the Random House and Dial Press imprints, reporting to Centrello. Centrello had served as publisher of these two imprints while the post remained vacant.
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