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International branches[edit]

Random House, Inc. maintains several independently managed subsidiaries around the world.

The Random House Group is one of the largest general book publishing companies in the UK and is based in London. The Group comprises five publishing companies: Cornerstone Publishing, Vintage Publishing, Ebury Publishing, Random House Children's Publishers UK and Transworld Publishers, with more than 40 diverse imprints. Its distribution business services its own imprints as well as 60 other UK publishers. The Random House archive and library is located in "Rushden in "Northamptonshire.

The Random House Group also operates branches in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa (as a joint venture under the name Random House Struik), and India as part of its overseas structure. In Australia offices are in Sydney and "Melbourne.[15] In New Zealand it is based in "Glenfield, "Auckland, while Random House's Indian headquarters are located in New Delhi.

Verlagsgruppe Random House was established after Bertelsmann's 1998 acquisition of Random House, grouping its German imprints (until then operating as Verlagsgruppe Bertelsmann) under the new name. It is the second largest book publisher in Germany with more than 40 imprints, including historic publishing houses "Goldmann and Heyne, as well as C. Bertelsmann, the publishing house from which today's Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA would eventually evolve. Verlagsgruppe Random House is headquartered in "Munich (with additional locations in "Gütersloh, "Cologne, and "Aßlar), employs about 850 people, and publishes roughly 2.500 titles per year.

Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial is Random House's Spanish-language division, targeting markets in Spain and South and Central America. It is headquartered in "Barcelona with locations in "Argentina, "Chile, "Colombia, "Mexico, "Uruguay, and the "United States. From 2001 until November 2012, it was a joint venture with Italian publisher "Mondadori (Random House Mondadori). Upon Bertelsmann's acquisition of Mondadori's stake in the JV, the name was kept temporarily four months.[16] Some authors published by Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial include Dr. César Lozano, Yordi Rosado, Dr. Nancy Alvarez and "Alberto Sardiñas.

"Random House of Canada[17] was established in 1944 as the Canadian distributor of Random House Books. In 1986 the company established its own indigenous Canadian publishing program that has become one of the most successful in Canadian history. Until January 2012, it used to hold a 25% stake in "McClelland & Stewart, with the remaining 75% being controlled by the "University of Toronto. It is now the sole owner of McClelland & Stewart.

In late 2009 and early 2010, respectively, Random House discontinued their Japanese joint venture Random House "Kodansha, which had been established in 2003, and also divested their four-year ownership of Random House Korea. The company has since named Random House Australia managing director Margie Seale responsible for exploring and evaluating potential future business opportunities in Asia.[18]

See also[edit]

Penguin Random House List of English language book publishers List of largest UK book publishers Media of New York City Publishing

References[edit]

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  7. ^ a b Korda, Michael (1999). Another Life : a memoir of other people (1st ed.). New York: Random House. "ISBN "0-679-45659-7. 
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  12. ^ Rich, Motoko. "Major Reorganization at Random House". ArtsBeat. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  13. ^ Edgecliffe-Johnson, Andrew; Wiesmann, Gerrit (26 October 2012). "Penguin and Random House in deal talks". Media. "Financial Times. Retrieved 2013-08-12. ("registration required)
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  15. ^ "Contacts". Random House Books Australia. Random House. Archived from the original on 2013-09-29. Retrieved 2014-03-03. 
  16. ^ "Random House Mondadori is renamed Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial". penguinrandomhouse.com. 4 November 2013. Retrieved 6 November 2013. 
  17. ^ Random House of Canada Archived 26 November 2012 at the "Wayback Machine.
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