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Here are the latest posts about Random House on Writers Write:

  • Penguin Random House Unveils New Logo (2014-06-05): Penguin Random House has unveiled its new logo. The publishers merged last year.

  • It's Official: Random House and Penguin Have Merged (2013-07-01): The Random House Penguin merger closed today. The new company has 250 imprints and publishes 15,000 books a year.

  • U.S. Justice Department Approves Random House Penguin Merger (2013-02-14): The U.

  • Penguin and Random House Confirm They Are Merging (2012-10-29): The New York Times reports that Random House and Penguin will merge.

  • Spoiler for Random Penguin Merger: News Corp Wants to Buy Penguin (2012-10-28): The Wall Street Journal reports that there may be a spoiler in the merger talks between Random House and Penguin.

  • Random House and Penguin in Merger Talks (2012-10-25): The Financial Times reports that Pearson (which owns the Financial Times) and Bertelsmann are in talks to merge Random House and Penguin.

  • Random House Children's Books Expands Publishing Deal With Nickelodeon (2012-03-19): Random House Children's Books announced today that it will now be the primary book publisher of Nickelodeon properties.

  • Major Publishers to Give Authors Online Access to Sales Data (2011-10-23): Some major publishers are offering their authors access to sales data to compete with Amazon.

  • Random House Launches Current Affairs Website (2011-09-10): Publishers Weekly reports that Random House has launched a new current affairs website.

  • Random House to Switch to Digital Catalogues Next Year (2011-09-09): Publishers Weekly reports that Random House is moving to digital catalogues.

  • Random House and Politco Partner for Election 2012 Ebook Series (2011-07-06): The Random House Publishing Group has announced a partnership with Politico, a political news website.

  • Random House Brings Loveswept Back as Ebook Imprint (2011-06-24): Publishers Weekly reports that Random House is reviving the Bantam's Loveswept imprint as an ebook only imprint.

  • Editor Robert Loomis is Retiring From Random House After 54 Years (2011-05-09): Editor Robert Loomis is retiring from Random House, reports the New York Times.

  • Crown Publishing Launches New Fiction Imprint Named Hogarth (2011-04-16): Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, and Chatto & Windus, an imprint of Vintage Publishing, have launched Hogarth, a new fiction imprint.

  • Random House Announces Internal Reorganization (2008-12-03): Random House is undergoing a major reorganization.