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Bloomberg L.P. signed a deal with John Wiley & Sons, Inc. that will make Wiley the exclusive publisher of all Bloomberg and Bloomberg Businessweek-branded books.

Posted Mar 16, 2010

Publishing software and services provider Publishing Technology lifted the curtain on the latest version of its collection of epublications, IngentaConnect.

Posted Mar 16, 2010

The American Institute of Physics announced the launch of a new site for the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

McGraw-Hill Education has introduced ALEKS 360, a mathematics solution that combines an artificial intelligence and personalized learning program with a fully integrated, interactive e-book package.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

Business intelligence company Hoover's announced the release of a new sales and marketing platform through its site.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

Reed Elsevier PLC has sold its German Business Information unit to Munich-based European Professional Publishing Group.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

Database company Infogroup entered into an agreement with private equity firm CCMP Capital Advisors to be purchased for approximately $460 million, or about $8 per share.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

Alexander Street Publishing announced a partnership Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender at Binghamton University, part of the State University of New York system.

Posted Mar 09, 2010

ProQuest's Historical Newspapers archive added The Times of India to its collection of newspaper archives.

Posted Mar 09, 2010

Digital library Safari Books Online announced that in 2010 it is adding more than 700 titles to its Short Cuts category.

Posted Mar 09, 2010

Expert Publishing (ExPub), a provider of decision-support chemical information, has been acquired by EBSCO Publishing.

Posted Mar 09, 2010

An agreement between MEDITECH and medical content provider EBSCO Publishing intends to provide discharged hospital patients with evidence-based discharge instructions.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

EBSCO Publishing has expanded access for its Turkish EBSCOhost users to include journal articles from the ULAKBIM Turkish National Databases.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

Ebrary announced 24 new ebook Starter Packs, designed to make it easier for purchase ebooks in high-interest academic areas.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

LexisNexis Risk Solutions launched the LexisNexis Investigators Network for its Accurint for Law Enforcement customers.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

Two of Thomson Reuters' search and academic products are now being marketed with Japanese-language interfaces.

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Nuance Communications introduced a free PDF reader and conversion tool, Nuance PDF Reader.

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Speakers at the Information Industry Summit (IIS) held in New York, Jan. 26-27, agreed about one thing: Content providers can survive. However, everyone seemed to have a different idea about how.

Posted Feb 22, 2010

Kluwer Law International has launched a new e-store that will allow customers without subscriptions to buy and pay for journal articles individually.

Posted Feb 16, 2010

Subscription services company Swets announced enhancements to its SwetsWise Searcher federated search service, powered by a partnership with Deep Web Technologies, a developer of custom federated search solutions.

Posted Feb 12, 2010

Ex Libris Group and Ingram Content Group announced an agreement between the two companies to make ebook content from Ingram's MyiLibrary available through Ex Libris's suite of discovery products, including the Primo Central scholarly content aggregator and the MetaLib gateway.

Posted Feb 12, 2010

Bibliographic info provider Bowker announced the acquisition of BML, a provider of market research for the UK book market, from previous owner Publishing New Ltd.

Posted Feb 12, 2010

EBSCO Publishing and Footnote released the Footnote History and Genealogy Archives PLUS and Footnote Holocaust Archives.

Posted Feb 09, 2010

SPIE has moved its ebook collection out of beta and launched the SPIE Digital Library in full.

Posted Feb 09, 2010

While tempting, it would be a mistake to write off the dire state of the news business as simply a reflection of the general decline in print readership since the rise of the internet or as just another casualty of the recession. The problems run deeper. And to make things worse, the newspaper industry finds itself in this sorry state just as a new generation enters the work force-one with less connection to traditional news media than ever before.

Posted Feb 05, 2010

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