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CUP signs agreement with MPG Books 

17 July 2012

In the UK, Cambridge University Press (CUP) has announced an agreement with printer MPG Books, which will involve the publisher’s UK and European printing moving to MPG. Global production director...

Cambridge appoints dedicated trade sales rep 

26 April 2012

Cambridge University Press has announced it has appointed a dedicated trade sales representative. The publisher said it had ‘decided to service the trade channel directly’ following a recent review of...

Thames & Hudson announces price changes 

30 August 2011

Thames & Hudson Australia has announced this week that it will introduce 'significant changes to the pricing of all imported books'. The publisher said in a statement that 'the changes...

Simon & Schuster revise prices 

8 March 2011

Simon & Schuster is the latest publishing house to announce a revision of its Australian pricing schedules. Simon & Schuster managing director Lou Johnson told the Weekly Book Newsletter that the publisher...

CUP drops prices 

7 December 2010

Cambridge University Press (CUP) has recently dropped the prices of more than 28,000 titles. The price drops follow a pricing review of more than 30,000 of the publisher's titles, with...

Around the World 

4 November 2010

Among the many international booktrade stories added to our Around the World blog in the past week: introduces agency pricing with Hachette, HarperCollins and PenguinGerman bookseller launches own ereaderBond...

CUP to place thousands of ebooks online 

24 January 2010

Cambridge University Press (CUP) is placing thousands of ebooks online, available for Australian institutions in March. The Cambridge Books Online (CBO) system will initially hold around 6000 titles online, increasing...

CUP to publish Australian maths product worldwide 

8 September 2009

An Australian ‘online, interactive, full curriculum learning system' has been selected by Cambridge University Press as its global flagship ICT mathematics resource. Created over nine years, HOTmaths is a suit...

In brief 

13 January 2009

Australians chart well in UK for 2008Several Australian authors did well in the UK in 2008. The Bookseller reports that Kate Morton's The Forgotten Garden (A&U) was number 11 in...

CUP Australia ‘ahead of expectations’ 

25 November 2008

Cambridge University Press has reported organic sales growth of 9% for the financial year ended 30 April 2008. When the acquisition of the Japanese wholesaler United Publishers' Services Worldwide is...

Profit doubles at CUP 

7 August 2007

Unaudited results for Cambridge University Press (CUP) for the year to 30 April show the business has experienced a doubling of profit for the second year in a row. Sandra...

CUP acquires Indian distribution arm 

13 June 2006

Cambridge University Press (CUP) has agreed to acquire a 51% stake in the Delhi-based distributor and publisher Foundation Books, which will be renamed CUP India, reports the Bookseller.Foundation has been...