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Times of India
July 10, 2013
MUMBAI: Within a week of Random House and Penguin merging to become the world's largest books publisher with an estimated revenue of $4 billion, the aftershocks have started. The new entity, eager to cut cost and streamline operations, has asked author Vikram Seth to return his $1.7 million (approx ...
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