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If they own the name in the US, how did Holtzbrinck get it? Sylvain1972 20:09, 9 October 2007 (UTC)
Suggested Addition of "List of Publishers" and/or Revision/Deletion of Divisions
I find the Divisions section of this article to be cluttered and unclear.
I question the origins of the five areas of publishing.
I feel a more concrete revision would include the list of publishers as posted by Macmillian, which is divided into three sections: Publishers, Education, and Children's Publishers (http://us.macmillan.com/):
General Farrar, Straus, and Giroux FSG Hardcovers FSG Paperbacks Hill & Wang Faber & Faber First Second Henry Holt & Co. Henry Holt Hardcovers Henry Holt Paperbacks Metropolitan Books Times Books Macmillan Audio Behind the Wheel Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan Picador Quick and Dirty Tips Scientific American St. Martin's Press St. Martin's Minotaur Thomas Dunne Books Tor/Forge Tor Books Forge Books Orb Books Tor/Seven Seas
Bedford, Freeman and Worth Bedford/St. Martin’s W.H. Freeman Worth Publishers BFW High School i>clicker Hayden-McNeil Palgrave Macmillan
FSG Books for Young Readers Feiwel & Friends Holt Books for Young Readers Kingfisher Roaring Brook Priddy Books Starscape/Tor Teen Square Fish