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- Conservative publisher Brave Books launches with anti-trans kids book 'Elephants are Not Birds'
Brave Books' first book, called Elephants are Not Birds, follows an elephant named Kevin and a vulture named Culture that tries to convince him he's actually a bird because he can sing well.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 25 Jul 2021.
- ALAN RUSBRIDGER: It beggars belief government wants laws that would make us journalists criminals
ALAN RUSBRIDGER: Would I have stepped back from publishing
the disclosures about state surveillance from the American whistleblower Edward Snowden? No.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 24 Jul 2021.
- Making Content Is Not Enough: Why You Need A Digital Creator
While anyone can be a publisher, this doesn't mean everyone is good at creating content.
Forbes. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- Meghan Markle's estranged father Thomas reveals moment she discovered stardom: 'Daddy, I want to be famous'
The former Hollywood lighting director also said he will be petitioning the California courts to see his grandchildren and slammed Random House Publisher's recent announcement that Prince Harry will be releasing a memoir in 2022.
Fox News. Thursday, 22 Jul 2021.
- Barbara J. Litrell, 77, Dies; Publisher of Magazines for Women Who Work
As publisher, Ms. Litrell focused not on telling woman what to wear or how to cook, but on how to integrate into the work force.
New York Times. Saturday, 17 Jul 2021.
- Compulsory vaccinations for care home staff in England backed by MPs
But Conservative MPs criticise the government for not publishing
an impact assessment before the vote.
BBC News. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- France Fines Google $593 Million in Fight Over News Content
French officials said Google had ignored a 2020 order from regulators to negotiate a licensing deal with publishers to use short blurbs from articles in search results.
New York Times. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Google hit with record $593 million fine in France in news copyright battle
France's competition authority fined Google 500 million euros for failing to negotiate "in good faith" licensing deals with publishers and news agencies.
CNBC. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Google Hit With $590 Million Fine For Not Paying Publishers
'Out of all proportion'
Daily Caller. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Google fined £427m in fight with French news publishers
Google has been fined £427m (€500m) by the French competition regulator as part of a fight between the tech giant and news publishers.
Sky News. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Rothermere family plots £810m bid to take Daily Mail publisher private
The Daily Mail's founding family is plotting an offer to take the company behind Britain's biggest-selling national newspaper private - move that would end 90 years of stock market history.
Sky News. Monday, 12 Jul 2021.
- 10 Fun Facts About DC Comics
The history of DC Comics is filled with creator strife, corporate mergers, and award-winning works. Find out more about the iconic comic publisher
Mental Floss. Wednesday, 7 Jul 2021.
- Nacon Connect 2021: How to watch and what to expect from the Vampire The Masquerade publisher
French games publisher
Nacon will host an online conference on Tuesday 6 July 2021.It will show and detail several upcoming games - some expected soon,
Pocket Lint. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- Quentin Tarantino: From the screen to the page
The Oscar-winning filmmaker has fulfilled a new dream, by publishing
his first novel: "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," an adaptation of his acclaimed period epic.
CBS News. Sunday, 4 Jul 2021.
- 10 Strategies for Continuing Momentum After Launching a Book
As an author and publisher, here are my smart strategies.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 1 Jul 2021.
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