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  • Sales, Losses Inch Up at Books-A-Million

    Led by adult coloring books, third quarter sales at Books-A-Million rose 0.4%, but the loss increased to $7.1 million from $6.9 million in last year's third period.

  • Trade Sales Up in July

    Sales from reporting publishers to AAP's StatShot program increased 10.9% in the month compared to July 2014 in the adult book category, while sales in the children’s/young adult segment rose 11.5%.

  • Soft E-book Sales Underscore Down HBG Results

    Revenue at Hachette Book Group USA fell 4.2% in the third quarter of 2015. Parent company Lagardere blamed the drop in part on lower e-book sales and a stronger publication schedule in the same period in 2014.

  • Q3 Down at HMH Trade Group

    Sales at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s trade publishing division fell 7% in the third quarter ended September 30, 2015 and net income dropped to $164,000 from $3.5 million in the third quarter of 2014.

  • Earnings Tumble at HarperCollins

    Lower e-book sales were the major factor in the publisher's rough financial quarter, which ended September 30. In the period, HC saw its EBITDA drop by 24%. Although sale rose slightly, they would have been down without the purchase of Harlequin.

  • Sales, Earnings Up at Simon & Schuster

    Revenue at the Big Five house increased 2% in the third quarter, rising to $203 million. Bestselling adult titles in the quarter included 'The Survivor' by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills, and this year's Pulitzer Prize-winner for fiction, Anthony Doerr's 'All the Light We Cannot See.'

  • Six Months Sales Up at Bloomsbury, But Earnings Dip

    Revenue at Bloomsbury Publishing rose 13% in the six months ended August 31, 2015 compared to the same period a year ago, but pretax profit dipped to £342,000 from £509,000.

  • Amazon Beats Third Quarter Estimates

    Amazon did better than analysts had been expecting in the third quarter, posting net income of $79 million while total sales jumped 23% to $25.4 billion.

  • Bestsellers Offset Weak E-book Sales at Penguin Random House

    A number of big bestsellers helped to offset 'weaker' e-book sales in the third quarter, Pearson reported.

  • AAP Monthly Statshot, June 2015

    Sales in the adult trade segment were up 3.1% in the first six months of 2015 over 2014, while sales of children’s/young adult books fell 12.3% in the same period, according to figures released by the Association of American Publishers‘ StatShot program.

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