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Rachael Stilwell steps down at Haymarket after 17 years

Media Week – 2011-11-02

Rachael Stilwell, publishing director of Haymarket's Brand Republic and Meetings & Travel Group, is stepping down from the company after 17 years.

Haymarket Publishing back in profit

Guardian – 2011-10-10

Directors received more than £4m remuneration in 2010 as privately-owned company posted £5.1m pre-tax profitMichael Heseltine's Haymarket Publishing has bounced back to a pre-tax profit of £5.1m...

Digital and face-to-face drive Haymarket to £5.2m pre-tax profit

Media Week – 2011-10-07

Haymarket, the international consumer and business publisher, has reported 2010 pre-tax profits of £5.2m after increasing revenues by 4% to £230.7m.

Haymarket Consumer Media hires head of search

Media Week – 2011-10-07

Haymarket Consumer Media, the publishers of What Car? and Stuff, has appointed News International's Drew Broomhall as head of search.

Indian magazines flex their muscles: Conde Nast, Delhi Press, Haymarket Publications, Infomedia 18, Next Gen, Spenta Multimedia

PrintWeek – 2011-07-12

Leading publishers tell Tanvi Parekh about their key challenges and explain their plans for expansion, dealing with new platforms and solving the distribution issue

Haymarket gauging implications of Apple's new iOS subscription rules

Guardian – 2011-03-09

Magazine publisher alive to the potential to market its magazines as cross-platform contentMagazine publishers remain unclear about the exact ramifications of Apple's new iOS subscriptions rules on...

Haymarket's What Car? pulls ahead of the competition with 3.4% rise

Media Week – 2011-02-17

The motoring magazines sector results for the last six months of 2010 are divided, with some titles clearly stalling, but What Car?, the Haymarket Consumer Media title, pulls out in front, reporting...

Haymarket's Rupert Heseltine on his first year in office

Media Week – 2010-12-08

Assuming control of a business is never easy, so imagine taking the reins from the founder and chairman of the UK's largest private magazine business, a former deputy prime minister, in the grip of...

Haymarket to close Printing World title

Media Week – 2009-03-18

LONDON - Haymarket Business Media is to close its monthly magazine Printing World, blaming "tough economic conditions".

Haymarket considers closing Eve magazine

PrintWeek – 2008-09-09

Publisher Haymarket Media Group (HMG) is considering closing women's magazine title Eve following a review into its viability.

Haymarket Media Group chairman Heseltine sounds trading warning despite profit rise

Guardian Unlimited – 1970-01-01

Lord Heseltine, the chairman of Haymarket Media Group, has warned of tightening trading conditions ahead as the publisher announced a 5% increase in pre-tax profits. By Mark Sweney

Haymarket Books Rises Up

Publishers Weekly – 2012-04-27

Haymarket Books, the book publishing arm of Chicago’s progressive Center for Economic Research and Social Change, has enjoyed a 43% spike in sales this year, driven by a hot title and the Occupy...

Haymarket Network relaunches Jaguar Magazine iPad app

Media Week – 2012-05-11

Haymarket Network, the customer division of Haymarket Media Group, has launched a new version of the iPad app for Jaguar Magazine, featuring more exclusive images, information and video about the car...

Haymarket Media Group appoints Canopy Media Management for insert sales

Media Week – 2013-01-14

Haymarket Media Group has appointed Canopy Media Management to sell insert space across its portfolio of consumer magazines, including FourFourTwo and Gramophone.

PPA Awards 2013: Wired and Haymarket Network among the winners

Media Week – 2013-06-20

Wired scooped the Consumer Media Brand of the Year at last night's PPA Awards 2013 where its publisher Condé Nast, and Haymarket Media Group, were two of five companies to bag two awards each.

Haymarket Media Group considers joint HQ with Richmond College

Media Week – 2013-07-04

Haymarket Media Group, the publisher of Media Week and FourFourTwo magazine, is in talks with Richmond upon Thames College about sharing its new UK headquarters in an "education and enterprise" deal.

Haymarket Publishing increases profit and slashes debt after HQ sell-off

The Guardian – 2016-01-05

Owner of Stuff, Autocar and FourFourTwo magazines says it was hit by volatile advertising climate last year but has been boosted by growing digital demandLord Heseltine’s Haymarket Publishing,...

Current Affairs Drive the Mission (and Revenue) at Haymarket Books

Publishers Weekly – 2016-10-14

Though Haymarket has always been a mission-driven press, its focus on books on hot-button topics written by prominent authors has proven to be strong revenue generator.

After Outcry, Haymarket to Move into New Chicago Neighborhood

Publishers Weekly – 2017-07-20

The left-wing press is closing on a historic mansion in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, following an outcry from a faction of residents who tried to block the publisher from moving in.

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