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HarperCollins moves into new global headquarters

Posted at 7:08AM Friday 30 May 2014

HarperCollins has moved into its new global headquarters at 195 Broadway in Manhattan's Financial District. The company's nearly 700 New York employees now occupy four and a half floors in the building, originally built in 1916 as the headquarters for AT&T.

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