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  1. Aaron Sorkin to Bring 'To Kill a Mockingbird' to the Stage (Exclusive)

    3:15 am 2/10/2016

    The Oscar-winning screenwriter and playwright will again team with producer Scott Rudin, with whom he worked on 2015's 'Steve Jobs.'Read more

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  2. Abigail Breslin Signs HarperCollins Book Deal

    3:17 pm 4/2/2015

    The 'Scream Queens' actress' book will be based on her popular Tumblr blog. Read more

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  3. HarperCollins Apologizes for Omitting Israel From Middle East Atlas

    7:31 am 1/2/2015

    The News Corp-owned publishing giant is removing the book from sale in all territoriesRead more

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  4. Rupert Murdoch Opens News Corp.'s London HQ

    10:05 am 9/16/2014

    The News Building is located next to the towering skyscraper The ShardRead more

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  5. The Real Alex From 'Orange Is the New Black' Is Getting Her Own Book

    10:37 am 8/15/2014

    Piper Kerman's former friend and lover is set to release her own memoir about prison life and the events leading up to her arrestRead more

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  6. News Corp to Acquire Romance Novel Publisher Harlequin

    4:46 am 5/2/2014

    The $415 million cash deal for the Toronto-based women's love story maker will extend HarperCollins’ global reach, said Robert Thomson, chief executive of News Corp.Read more

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  7. Shel Silverstein's 'The Giving Tree' to Become Author's First E-Book (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 2/5/2014

    HarperCollins is releasing the book digitally Feb. 18 to mark the 50th anniversary of a particularly prolific year for Silverstein.Read more

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  8. Apple Investigation: Read Steve Jobs' Email to James Murdoch

    9:22 am 5/17/2013

    UPDATED: The Department of Justice is probing the tech giant for allegedly conspiring with HarperCollins to fix prices for e-books -- and undermine Amazon in the process.Read more

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  9. Literary Agents: Will the Amanda Knox Book Sell?

    7:00 am 4/11/2013

    THR asks its roundtable guests if they think the upcoming Amanda Knox memoir from HarperCollins will be a success.Read more

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  10. Judge Approves Publishers' E-Book Settlement

    10:30 am 9/7/2012

    The DOJ's settlement with three publishers drew controversy from many in the publishing business who disagreed with how the government was reading competitive threats.Read more

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