As of November 2020, Penguin Random House's owner Bertelsmann has been set to acquire Simon & Schuster in a $2.17bn deal. However, this is not a transaction people are happy with as Bertelsmann comes under scrutiny in the UK and the US.
Josh Hawley lost Simon & Schuster as his publisher of 'The Tyranny of Big Tech,' but, Regnery, a conservative press, has picked it up.
ViacomCBS' MTV Entertainment Group has announced that it will be relaunching MTV Books in partnership with Simon & Schuster. Read to learn more about this exciting revival.
Following the unrest in the capitol on Wednesday, Simon & Schuster has announced that it will no longer be publishing Senator Josh Hawley's upcoming book.
I think we can all agree that 2020 was nothing but news. Books and the publishing industries were no exception to this. Some news were great, some of them bad, some others were just unexpected. If you missed any of them on the whirlwind that was 2020, here is a quick recap of the biggest literary news of the year.