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Reed Elsevier has acquired Mendeley, the London-based social network for academics, for £45m.
Reed Elsevier is to sell Totaljobs, the London-based online recruitment firm with 340 staff, to Axel Springer, the German owner of StepStone, for £110m.
Reed Elsevier is to acquire Accuity Holdings, the US provider of financial subscription services with 300 staff and an office in London, for £343m.
Reed Elsevier is to sell its TWgroup travel publishing division to Clive Jacobs.
Reed Elsevier is to sell its Harcourt educational publishing business in the US to HM Riverdeep for £2bn.
Reed Elsevier is to relocate the distribution centre for its Harcourt Education business to a 200,000 sq ft warehouse at Shirley Park Farm in Rushden by the end of the year.
Reed Elsevier is to acquire Seisint, the US supplier of public record and risk management information, for £417m.
Reed Elsevier is to acquire Saxon Publishers, the US publisher of instructional materials, in order to expand its Harcourt Education division.
Reed Elsevier, the publishing group, is to set up a new 25,000 sq ft headquarters at Trafalgar Square in London.
Reed Elsevier is investing £17m in a strategic partnership with Riverdeep of Ireland to develop interactive learning products for children.
Reed Elsevier is planning to sell the Official Airlines Guide to a management buy-out for a nominal sum.
Reed Elsevier is linking up with Thomson Corporation of Canada to acquire Harcourt General, the US publisher of text books, for £3.1bn, and the assets will be shared out between the two companies.
Reed Elsevier is to sell Springhouse Corporation, the supplier of information and services to the US nursing market, to Dutch publisher Wolters Kluwer.
Reed Elsevier is planning to invest £750m in its online businesses over the next three years, and is also launching a £250m cost-cutting campaign.
Reed Elsevier is selling its illustrated books division to management for £33m, and the new business will be called Octopus Publishing Group.
Reed Elsevier is acquiring two US legal publishing businesses from Times Mirror for £980m - Matthew Bender and the remaining 50% of Shepard's Company.
Reed Elsevier has called off its £17bn merger with Wolters Kluwer, following an attempt by Wolters to renegotiate terms because of fears that the European Commission would force the combined group to dispose of a large part of the tax and legal publishing business.
Reed Elsevier has sold IPC Magazines, the UK's largest publisher of consumer magazines, to a management team for £860m in order to focus on business and scientific publications.
Reed Elsevier is to acquire Editions Prat, the French legal publisher, for undisclosed terms.
Reed Elsevier is planning a £17.5bn merger with Wolters Kluwer of Amsterdam, creating the world's largest professional and scientific publisher with combined sales of about £5bn.
Reed Elsevier has sold its Tigerprint greeting cards business to management for £12.5m, as part of a plan to sell off its Reed Books division.
Reed Elsevier is acquiring the three main divisions of Chilton Business Group, the US trade press publisher, for £270m.
Reed Elsevier is to acquire MDL Information Systems, the US manager of research and development information, for £201m.
Reed Elsevier has acquired Colofon, the Dutch publisher of scientific and business material, for up to £80m.
Reed Elsevier is acquiring Tolley, the tax and legal publisher, for £100m, and is now planning a £2bn acquisition drive concentrated in electronic publishing.
Reed Elsevier is linking up with Times Mirror, the US media group, to jointly acquire Shephard's, the legal publisher, for $250m.
Reed Elsevier has sold five subsidiaries, raising £740m, including its UK regional newspaper business to a management buy-out.