Reader's Digest


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Reader’s Digest

 

an American monthly literary and political magazine. Published in Pleasantville, N. Y., since 1922, it primarily reprints material from other publications. As of 1975, it was appearing in 13 languages in more than 100 countries. Circulation, more than 29 million (18 million in the USA).

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The Trusted Brands Survey, which was covered in the October issue of Reader's Digest and on rd.
Trust has always been an integral component of the fabric that makes up Reader's Digest," said Liz Vaccariello, chief content officer and editor in chief.
Sixty-five years ago, Reader's Digest began publishing condensed books, now known as Reader's Digest Select Editions.
According to two people, Reader's Digest would rather spin off or sell some of its assets than dispose of the entire company.
From start to finish, the Reader's Digest article, "5 Vitamin Truths and Lies" was one of the worst bits of propaganda I ever saw.
Carole Beverley, chief executive of the Entrepreneurs' Forum, said: "The buy-out of the Reader's Digest from collapse was only finalised at the end of last week so this is a unique opportunity to hear Jon's story first-hand so soon after the deal was clinched.
Reader's Digest UK will continue to be published under its well-known name after its buyers agreed a licence arrangement with its US parent firm, Reader's Digest Association.
Better Capital, set up by private equity veteran Jon Moulton, was one of a host of interested bidders for Reader's Digest UK.
The accounting firm, which was appointed after the 72-year-old Reader's Digest UK collapsed last month, revealed that a deadline of the middle of next week has now been set for indicative offers after information had already been sent out to some 25 possible buyers.
Reader's Digest UK, a separate firm from the US original, employs 117 staff, in London and Swindon and sells books, CDs and DVDs.
THE UK edition of popular magazine Reader's Digest collapsed into administration yesterday.
The BBC reported today that publishing company Reader's Digest UK is now in administration, after the breakdown of talks between the company's US parent group and the UK Pensions Regulator with regard to the pay down of a GBP125m deficit in its UK pension fund.