Simon & Schuster will NOT be distributing Mattingly’s book on the shooting and killing of Breonna Taylor.
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.