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Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journal Publisher

The New York Times – 2012-02-14

More than 5,700 researchers are denouncing the pricing policies of the journal publisher Elsevier in a growing furor over open access to the fruits of scientific research.

Academics call for boycott of Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2012-01-31

Academics have called for a boycott of publisher Elsevier, saying it is involved in "the...

Low growth at Reed Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2011-11-17

Written By: Benedicte Page Publication Date: Thu, 17/11/2011 - 09:45 Reed Elsevier Plc has reported underlying revenue growth of 1% in the nine months to the end of September 2011. In an interim...

Reed Elsevier fails to impress analysts despite revenue growth

Guardian – 2011-11-16

Anglo-Dutch publishing and events group's share price slips almost 3% in early tradingAnglo-Dutch publishing and events group Reed Elsevier's share price slipped almost 3% in early trading, as...

Mark Armour, CFO of Reed Elsevier, Announces Retirement

Folio Magazine – 2011-10-06

Reed Elsevier, a contributor of online professional business information and information solutions, announced today that chief financial officer Mark Armour will retire at the end of 2012.

Reed Elsevier to buy financial data firm Accuity

Reuters – 2011-09-26

LONDON (Reuters) - Anglo-Dutch publisher Reed Elsevier NV is bolstering its financial data offer by buying U.S. company Accuity for 343 million pounds ($530 million) to combine with its Bankers'...

GigiOM Raises $6 Million in Round Led By Reed Elsevier

Folio Magazine – 2011-05-31

GigaOM, a media company targeting the tech space, has secured a $6 million round of funding led by Reed Elsevier's investment group Reed Elsevier Ventures. Existing venture partners Alloy Ventures...

Reed Elsevier declines by 1%

The Bookseller – 2011-02-17

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Thu, 17/02/2011 - 09:32 Adjusted operating profit at Reed Elsevier declined by 1% to £1.56bn in 2010 as the publisher spoke of "encouraging" prospects...

Elsevier To Do Titles with Blio

Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-09

Elsevier expects to release 8,000 to 9,000 of its titles in the Blio format by the end of the...

Elsevier launches new online book series: Elsevier Insights

EurekAlert! – 2010-02-24

( Elsevier ) Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, announced today the launch of Elsevier Insights, a new online book series...

Reed Elsevier Reaffirms That Variety Will Be ‘Retained’

Folio Mag – 2010-02-18

In its 2009 earnings report, Reed Business Information’s London-based parent Reed Elsevier said today it in fact will hold onto Hollywood trade title Variety, as well as Reed Construction Data and...

Outgoing Reed Elsevier CEO: ‘We Should Have Moved Earlier’ on RBI Sale

Folio Mag – 2009-03-09

A week before officially stepping down as chief executive of Reed Elsevier, Sir Crispin Davis said the London-based science and medical publisher should have put its b-to-b publishing unit, Reed...

Science and legal publishing strong at resilient Reed Elsevier

Daily Telegraph – 2009-02-19

Reed Elsevier the publisher of the New Scientist has resisted the media downturn with strong growth in its scientific health and legal divisions.

Reed Elsevier Secures $2B in Credit

Folio Mag – 2009-02-17

Reed Elsevier, the London-based parent of Reed Business Information, has organized a $2 billion credit facility made up of 19 participating banks, the company said today. Reed said the “forward...

Reed Elsevier in Talks With Lenders for $2 Billion Credit Line

Bloomberg – 2009-02-03

Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Reed Elsevier Plc , the publisher of Gray’s Anatomy and New Scientist, is asking banks for a $2 billion credit line that will start when a $3 billion facility expires next...

Over 600 Health Science E-Book Titles To Be Launched By Elsevier On ScienceDirect

Medical News Today – 2009-01-26

Elsevier, the world's leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today that over 600 Medical, Veterinary Medicine, and Health Professions...

Elsevier to launch over 600 health science e-Book titles on ScienceDirect

EurekAlert! – 2009-01-23

Elsevier, the world's leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today that over 600 Medical, Veterinary Medicine, and Health Professions book...

Elsevier Acquires William Andrew Publishing

PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-01-20

Elsevier, the world's leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today the acquisition of the publishing assets of William Andrew, Inc. .

Elsevier's eClips Consult Streamlines Clinicians' Access to Medical Journal Content

ITNews – 2009-01-14

PHILADELPHIA, January 14 /PRNewswire/ -- - eClips Consult Web site, Daily E-mail Digests Deliver Top Articles and Commentary to Busy Physicians Elsevier, the world's leading publisher of medical...

The American College of Cardiology Renews its Publishing Partnership With Elsevier

PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-01-08

Elsevier, the leading publisher of medical and scientific literature, announced today that it renewed its publishing partnership with the American College of Cardiology , the leading nonprofit...

Reed Elsevier Ends Sale of Trade Magazine Unit, Citing Economy

Bloomberg – 2008-12-10

Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Reed Elsevier Plc , owner of the LexisNexis database, ended efforts to sell its trade-magazine unit after bids for the business declined by half amid a slumping economy and...

Reed Elsevier Trade-Magazine Bids Fall to $1 Billion

Bloomberg – 2008-11-19

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Offers for Reed Elsevier Plc 's trade- magazine unit have fallen to $1 billion, half of original projections, two people with knowledge of the process said.

Reed Elsevier hires ex-Taylor Woodrow chief

Times Online – 2008-11-04

Ian Smith, the former chief executive of Taylor Woodrow, the UK housebuilder, will replace Sir Crispin Davis as chief executive of Reed Elsevier, the publisher, in March.

Smith new c.e.o. at Reed Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2008-11-04

Reed Elsevier has appointed Ian Smith, the...

Elsevier announces new partnership with the Society of Powder Technology Japan

EurekAlert! – 2008-10-27

( Elsevier ) Elsevier announced today a new partnership with the Society of Powder Technology Japan, to publish their international journal Advanced Powder Technology.

Reed Elsevier Trade-Magazine Offers May Have Dropped

Update3 – 2008-10-10

Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Bids for Reed Elsevier Plc 's trade- magazine unit have fallen to about $1.7 billion from $2.3 billion in August as banks struggle to arrange financing and the economy slows,...

Asian Journal Of Psychiatry Launched By Elsevier

Medical News Today – 2008-09-23

Elsevier is pleased to announce the launch of a new journal, in collaboration with the Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations (AFPA), entitled Asian Journal of Psychiatry....

Elsevier launches Asian Journal of Psychiatry

EurekAlert! – 2008-09-22

Elsevier is pleased to announce the launch of a new journal, in collaboration with the Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations, entitled Asian Journal of Psychiatry.

Reed Elsevier Accepts Re-Bids for RBI

Folio Mag – 2008-08-28

London-based Reed Elsevier is said to have allowed first round bidders for its trade magazine publishing arm, Reed Business Information, to re-submit their bids last week.

Reed Elsevier 1H profits beat expectations

International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-31

Reed Elsevier PLC, the London and Amsterdam-based educational publisher and owner of the LexisNexis information service, said Thursday that its first-half profits had beaten expectations thanks to...

Elsevier increases sales and profits

The Bookseller – 2012-02-16

Elsevier increased sales and profit in 2011 as the company said the decline in print sales was...

Academic publisher Elsevier hit with growing boycott

CBC – 2012-02-17

About 6,000 medical and science researchers have boycotted one of the world's largest academic publishers over its fees and its alleged push against open access to published research.

Amid boycott, Elsevier backtracks on research bill

CBC – 2012-02-28

One of the largest academic publishers in the world has withdrawn its support from a controversial U.S. bill that could restrict public access to published, publicly-funded research, following a...

Reed Elsevier sells Totaljobs to Axel Springer

Guardian – 2012-04-04

Anglo-Dutch publishing and events group confirms €132m deal for UK employment website Totaljobs with German media ownerReed Elsevier, the Anglo-Dutch publishing and events group, has sold...

Life after Elsevier: making open access to scientific knowledge a reality | David Roberts

Guardian – 2012-04-24

As more than 10,000 scientists pledge to boycott Elsevier on the Cost of Knowledge website, its creator looks to the futureAcademic publishing is in the midst of an upheaval. The internet has...

Open-access research ‘catastrophic’ for Reed Elsevier

GigaOM – 2012-09-10

Government plans to make publicly-funded research available for free online will be great for citizens but terrible news for journal publishers. One could lose up to 60 percent of its profits, an...

'Systematic transformation' ups profits at Reed Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2013-02-28

Reed Elsevier has reported revenue and pre-tax profit growth in 2012, with the company saying it...

Reed Elsevier chief Erik Engstrom took home £4.5m last year

Guardian – 2013-03-12

Reed Elsevier, group behind Lancet, LexisNexis and Comic-Con expo, enjoyed best year since Anglo-Dutch merger in 1993Erik Engstrom, chief executive of Reed Elsevier, received almost £4.5m in...

Elsevier tool puts editorial imprint on news stream

Medical Marketing and Media – 2013-03-26

Responsive-design PracticeUpdate absorbs OncologyStat to become a more wide-ranging resource of curated content that spans the medical field, not just the Dutch publisher's media.

Reed Elsevier buys academic social network Mendeley for up to £65m

Guardian – 2013-04-09

Publishing giant vows to retain 'great culture, talent and collaborative spirit' of London-based startupPublishing group Reed Elsevier has upped its efforts to build its digital business with the...

The Empire acquires the rebel alliance: Mendeley users revolt against Elsevier takeover

GigaOM – 2013-04-09

Mendeley, an open collaboration platform for scientific research, has promised that it won't become less open after being acquired by journal publisher Elsevier, but some prominent users aren't...

Reed Elsevier H1 beats, reiterates FY outlook

Reuters – 2013-07-25

AMSTERDAM, July 25 (Reuters) - Professional publishing and events group Reed Elsevier beat forecasts for first-half earnings on Thursday and reiterated its full-year outlook saying it expected...

Elsevier buys Woodhead

The Bookseller – 2013-08-13

Publisher Elsevier has acquired Woodhead Publishing Limited which specialises in science and...

Tesco hires former Reed Elsevier chief financial officer

The Bookseller – 2013-09-03

Former Reed Elsevier chief financial officer Mark Armour has been hired by Tesco as a non-...

Elsevier in open access row

The Bookseller – 2013-12-09

A row has erupted between US-based open access forum and academic publisher Elsevier...

Global Publishing Leaders 2014: Reed Elsevier

Publishers Weekly – 2014-06-27

Reed Elsevier is the world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services and the fourth largest provider in the world of digital paid content.

Reed Elsevier revenue grows by 4%

The Bookseller – 2014-10-25

Underlying revenue at Reed Elsevier increased 4% over the first nine months of the year, although print book sales declined.   The information company released an interim management statement...

Negotiations between Elsevier and Dutch universities 'halt' over OA

The Bookseller – 2014-11-07

Negotiations between Elsevier and universities in the Netherlands over journal subscription fees have broken down over disagreements on Open Access.

Elsevier offers DRM-free ebook-bundling through BitLit

The Bookseller – 2014-11-21

Elsevier has become the latest publisher to partner with Vancouver start-up BitLit to offer discounted ebook editions of a part of its book catalog.

Cross-discipline OA journal from Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2015-01-10

Elsevier is launching a new open access journal which will accept articles across all disciplines. The as-yet-unnamed journal, which is due to begin this year, is designed to have a "streamlined,...

BRIEF-UK's CMA says Reed Elsevier acquisition of Jordans Publishing could reduce competition

Reuters – 2015-09-10

* Is or may be case that anticipated acquisition by Reed Elsevier (Uk) Ltd of Jordans Publishing Ltd could result in decrease of competition

Editorial staff quit Elsevier journal en masse

The Bookseller – 2015-11-05

All six editors and all 31 editorial board members of research journal Lingua have resigned last week in protest over publisher Elsevier's high subscription rates and failure to embrace open access.

Elsevier Foundation commits $1m a year to new programmes

The Bookseller – 2016-02-03

Elsevier's not-for-profit Elsevier Foundation has committed an annual contribution of $1m to a series of new programmes to run through to 2018, including one to encourage diversity in science,...

Elsevier defends its value after Open Access disputes

The Bookseller – 2016-04-29

Elsevier has sought to set aside public criticism of its Open Access (OA) and pricing policies and to restate its value for the academy, emphasising how, as a profit-generating company, it has the...

Elsevier acquires online community SSRN

The Bookseller – 2016-05-17

STM publisher Elsevier has acquired the largest repository and community for social science and humanities researchers in the world, SSRN, to accelerate its social strategy and scale the...

2% revenue rise for Elsevier in first half

The Bookseller – 2016-07-29

Elsevier's business trends "remain positive", with underlying revenue growth of 2% for the first half of 2016, parent company RELX Group has reported.

Elsevier launches 'Brexit Resource Centre'

The Bookseller – 2016-09-29

Academic publisher Elsevier has launched a free online resource to provide concrete data on the impact of Brexit on the research world.

Elsevier and Jisc proclaim 'low-cost' UK deal

The Bookseller – 2016-11-11

The UK's higher education digital services body Jisc has signed what is being described as a "landmark" agreement with publisher Elsevier, giving academics access to research "at costs lower than the...

Mendeley co-founder Jan Reichelt leaves Elsevier

The Bookseller – 2016-12-15

Jan Reichelt, co-founder and managing director of Mendeley, now part of Elsevier, has left the company "to pursue other interests". 

Elsevier buys EBSCO's Plum Analytics

The Bookseller – 2017-02-07

Elsevier has bought EBSCO's altmetrics business Plum Analytics.

Elsevier profits up 3% despite 'steeper' print declines

The Bookseller – 2017-02-24

Elsevier marginally increased its sales and profits in 2016, in spite of what it described as "steeper declines" for print books sales than in recent years, "reflecting market conditions".

A Potentially Pivotal Case: Louisiana State University and Elsevier

Publishing Perspectives – 2017-05-04

Now gaining visibility, the dispute between LSU and the Netherlands' Elsevier may reflect many more universities' concerns about duplicative contracts. The post A Potentially Pivotal Case: Louisiana...

LSU: Elsevier Is Blocking Campus IP Addresses, Dodging Lawsuit

Publishers Weekly – 2017-05-03

LSU has filed a lawsuit against Elsevier, claiming the publisher is wrongly blocking students in its veterinary school from accessing the library’s Elsevier subscriptions. Elsevier officials,...

Elsevier awarded $15m from Sci-Hub in copyright case

The Bookseller – 2017-06-24

The Association of American Publishers (AAP) has welcomed a US court ruling awarding publisher Elsevier $15m in damages for copyright infringements.

Elsevier Awarded $15M in Lawsuit Against Pirate Sites

Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-23

Elsevier has been awarded $15 million in damages in a copyright infringement judgement against Sci-Hub and Library Genesis, online repositories of millions of pirated scientific documents.

Profit and revenue rise in Elsevier's first half

The Bookseller – 2017-07-28

Publisher Elsevier saw revenue up 11% in the first half of 2017, to £1,171m, although underlying growth was a more modest 2%.

Elsevier's Clark to be new OUP Academic m.d.

The Bookseller – 2017-08-10

Oxford University Press has appointed David Clark, senior vice president for Health and Medical Sciences at Elsevier, to be the new managing director of its Academic division.

LSU Libraries, Elsevier Quietly Resolve Suit Over Journal Access

Publishers Weekly – 2017-12-21

The dispute—which saw Elsevier block access from some campus IP addresses—was closely followed in the higher education and academic library communities.

Elsevier reports 40% gender pay gap

The Bookseller – 2018-03-30

Elsevier has reported a median pay gap of 40%, more than twice the UK average of 18.4% and the highest yet reported by a publishing company.

Industry Notes: Canada’s PRH Gets a Female CEO; Sweden’s Universities End Elsevier Contract

Publishing Perspectives – 2018-05-18

The global chief of Penguin Random House names Kristin Cochrane to the role of CEO in Canada. And in Sweden, the national universities' and research consortium says it can't get the open-access...

Obituary: Elsevier's Karen Hunter

Publishers Weekly – 2018-06-15

Elsevier officials have announced that Karen Hunter, who retired in 2010 as Elsevier's senior v-p of global academic and customer relations, has died.

The Scholarly Publishing Community Remembers Elsevier's Karen Hunter

Publishers Weekly – 2018-06-15

The Week in Libraries, June 15, 2018: The scholarly publishing community mourns Elsevier's Karen Hunter; The EU will vote next week on a controversial change to copyright law; Net neutrality sunsets,...

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