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.