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Penguin CEO Makinson Letter to Employees

Posted at 3:50PM Monday 29 Oct 2012

A letter from Penguin chairman and CEO John Makinson to his staff explaining the Penguin-Random House merger

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Letter From Markus Dohle to Random House Staff Explaining Penguin Merger

Random House Letter to Agents Explaining Merger

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Dohle Letter to booksellers (via Publishers Lunch)




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