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All-paper deal

26 October 2012 By Quentin Webb

Consolidation makes sense as publishers swap paper and ink for bits and bytes. Hence Bertelsmann and Pearson’s talks to combine Random House and Penguin. The $3.4 bln tie-up could significantly cut costs, while gaining heft to take on the industry’s new digital kingmakers.

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