Victoria Barnsley: 'We can't think of ourselves as book publishers any more'

Victoria Barnsley: 'We can't think of ourselves as book publishers any more'

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New HaperCollins's chief executive is about to launch an e-atlas - and, she says, that's not the only way the world is changingAs the trays of cheese and wine begin to circulate for this autumn's book launch season, one of the UK's biggest publishing houses will be pinning its hopes not...
Victoria Barnsley: 'We can't think of ourselves as book publishers any more'
                                       

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