Pearson Education

Weinstein’s Wisdom
September 1, 2007

Michael Weinstein’s 31-year work history reads like a list of top publishing companies: Macmillan, Pitman Publishing, Addison Wesley, Random House, McGraw-Hill, HarperCollins and Pearson Education, among others. Currently, Weinstein is vice president, EDP (editing, design and production) and manufacturing, at Oxford University Press. Weinstein’s career achievements now are being recognized with his induction into the Publishing Executive Hall of Fame. He is only the second executive from a university press to receive this prestigious award in the Hall of Fame’s 17-year history. The Value of Experience Weinstein attended Lehman College, a branch of the City University of New York. His first

Pearson Wants Access
June 1, 2004

There's no question that digital asset management (DAM) systems have emerged as the cornerstone of many publishers' forward-looking growth strategies. As more and more publishers rely on multichannel publishing to multiple formats, markets and distribution channels, this becomes even more true.And most often, as in the case of Pearson Education, going the way of a…

Prentice Hall and Reuters Publish 9/11 Charity Book
January 1, 2002

Reuters and Prentice Hall, an imprint of Pearson Education, published September 11, a testimony, a pictorial record of the events of September 11 and the reaction to them around the globe. According to the collaborators, the guiding principle in assembling these images was one of documenting scenes of endurance, resolve, and determination and finding pictures that capture courage and fortitude. All royalties from the book will be donated to AIDFund and AIDFund for America, along with additional contributions from Reuters and from Pearson, the book's publisher. AIDFund, established by Reuters Foundation, provides immediate funding to help charities and relief organizations around the globe respond rapidly

Under Cover
April 20, 2001

On April 11, 2001, the 15th Annual New York Book Show, sponsored by the Bookbinders Guild of New York, was held in New York City at the 200 Club. According to Bookbinders Guild President Tracy Cabanis, the show was "as brilliant as always." Cabanis reports that 135 from more than 1,000 entries were chosen as winners of this year's competition for design, production and materials. She says, more than 800 publishers and suppliers attend the show annually. This year's Best-of-Show winners include: CHILDREN'S TRADE-PICTURE BOOKS, FICTION-BOOK First Place: Olivia, Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books Second Place: Goldilocks and the Three Bears: A Tale