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G & W reorganized its publishing operations.

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March 13, 1985

Nearly $1 billion in new acquisitions has prompted New York-based Gulf & Western Industries to restructure its publishing operations into six units based on market lines: general trade hard-cover and paperbacks, general reference, education, business information and training, professional information services and international. With revenue projected at $840 million for fiscal 1985, the units will operate under a publishing and information resources group headed by Richard E. Snyder, chairman of Simon & Schuster. Previously, publishing was part of G&W's entertainment and communications group.

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