From The Bookseller:
HarperCollins UK’s profits tripled year-on-year in the 12 months to end June 2015, accounts newly filed at Companies House have revealed.
Revenues were shown to grow by £6.6m to £186m and profit before tax by £8.9m to £13.1m (£4.2m in 2014).
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HarperCollins attributed the growth to the success of its Children’s and Collins Learning divisions: David Walliams’ Awful Auntie outsold any other title published in 2014, according to the report, with strong sales reported from authors Veronica Roth, John Green and Michael Bond.
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HarperCollins’ global earnings were down 24% for the first quarter to 30th September 30th 2015 owing to reduced e-book sales, as well as lower sales of its Divergent series in the US.
Link to the rest at The Bookseller