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Educational Publishing Execs at HMH, Cengage Leaving

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As educational publishers continue to deal with dramatic changes in the college and school markets, two high-placed executives at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Cengage are leaving their jobs: Mary Cullinane, executive v-p and chief content officer at HMH, and John Leahy, chief financial officer at Cengage.

In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Thursday, HMH reported that Cullinane will step down by the end of July.

Educational Publishing Execs at HMH, Cengage Leaving

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As educational publishers continue to deal with dramatic changes in the college and school markets, two high-placed executives at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Cengage are leaving their jobs: Mary Cullinane, executive v-p and chief content officer at HMH, and John Leahy, chief financial officer at Cengage.

In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Thursday, HMH reported that Cullinane will step down by the end of July.

Educational Publishing Execs at HMH, Cengage Leaving

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As educational publishers continue to deal with dramatic changes in the college and school markets, two high-placed executives at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Cengage are leaving their jobs: Mary Cullinane, executive v-p and chief content officer at HMH, and John Leahy, chief financial officer at Cengage.

In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Thursday, HMH reported that Cullinane will step down by the end of July.

Educational Publishing Execs at HMH, Cengage Leaving

by admin admin No Comments

As educational publishers continue to deal with dramatic changes in the college and school markets, two high-placed executives at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Cengage are leaving their jobs: Mary Cullinane, executive v-p and chief content officer at HMH, and John Leahy, chief financial officer at Cengage.

In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Thursday, HMH reported that Cullinane will step down by the end of July.

Dover Publications Launches Ixia Press

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Long Island–based publisher Dover Publications will launch its first new imprint in ten years, Ixia Press, this fall. The imprint marks Dover’s first move into original frontlist books outside of the graphic novel space. (Last year, the publisher began releasing original graphic works through its Dover Comics and Graphic Novels and Doomsday Classics lines.)

Dover is best known for an affordable publishing program that includes lines such as Thrift Editions, which offers low-priced versions of works of classic literature. Ixia is remarkable in that it heralds a shift in the 76-year-old publisher’s strategy. The imprint is named, the publisher said, after a South African flower that “represents happiness,” and will focus primarily on books in the self-help space.