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Then she shoves MacMillan in the chest and exits stage left.
Instead, MacMillan has the temerity to issue a caveat mid-thrust.
It merged into what was then called Macmillan, and disappeared, as did the imprint it merged into.The Victims of the Penguin & Random House Merger: Literary Agents|Ella Delany|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
John Sargent, the CEO of Macmillan, today published a letter insisting that he did not act illegally, and there was no collusion.
But Apple, Penguin, and Macmillan have reportedly rejected settlement talks.
His new book, Incredible Adventures (Macmillan), is a combination of both methods.
Borup and MacMillan had also gone ashore, in the hope of obtaining game but had not found any.The North Pole|Robert E. Peary
By the desire of Mr. Macmillan, a translation of the De Monarchia is subjoined.Dante. An essay.|R. W. Church
What would Mr. Strahan or Mr. Macmillan not give to have the command of such a host?Western Worthies|J. Stephen Jeans
For permission to use this material the editors are grateful to The Macmillan Company, publishers.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott