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1211 Avenue of the Americas

New York, NY 10036

United States

Phone: 212-416-3400


tiple-page marketing booklets containing coupons, rebates and other consumer offers, which are distributed to various households under the SmartSource Magazine brand through insertion primarily into local Sunday publications. Advertisers, primarily packaged goods companies, pay NAM to produce free-standing inserts where their offers are featured, often on an exclusive basis within their product category. NAM contracts with and pays publishers, as well as printers, among others, to produce and/or distribute free-standing inserts in their papers. In-Store Advertising and Merchandising: NAM is a major provider of in-store marketing products and services, primarily to consumer packaged goods manufacturers. NAM’s marketing products include at-shelf advertising, such as coupon, information and sample-dispensing machines, as well as floor and shopping cart advertising, among others, and are found in shopping locations, including supermarkets, drug stores, dollar stores, office supply stores, mass merchandisers and specialty stores across North America. NAM also provides in-store merchandising services, including production and installation of instant-redeemable coupons, on-pack stickers, shipper assembly, display set-up and refilling, shelf management and new product cut-ins. Mobile/Digital: NAM’s digital marketing solutions include SmartSource Digital, which encompasses secure printable couponing, load-to-card couponing, targeted email campaigns and programmatic digital display; and the Checkout 51 mobile application, a major receipt recognition app that enables packaged goods companies and brands to reach consumers with personalized marketing campaigns. Competition Dow Jones professional information products that target enterprise customers compete with various information service providers, compliance data providers, and global financial newswires, including Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg L.P., and LexisNexis. Book Publishing segment This segment consists of HarperCollins Publishers (together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, ‘HarperCollins’), the major consumer book publisher, with operations in 18 countries. HarperCollins publishes and distributes consumer books worldwide through print, digital and audio formats. Its digital formats include electronic books (e-books) for devices, such as tablets and e-book readers, as well as audio downloads for smartphones and MP3 players. HarperCollins owns approximately 120 branded imprints, including Avon, Harper, HarperCollins Children’s Books, William Morrow, Harlequin and Christian publishers Zondervan and Thomas Nelson. HarperCollins publishes works by authors, such as Harper Lee, Mitch Albom, Veronica Roth, Rick Warren, Sarah Young and Agatha Christie; and popular titles, such as The Hobbit, Goodnight Moon, To Kill a Mockingbird, Jesus Calling and the Divergent series. Its print and digital global catalog includes approximately 200,000 publications in different formats and in approximately 17 languages; and it licenses rights for its authors’ works to be published in approximately 50 languages around the world. HarperCollins publishes fiction and nonfiction, with a focus on general, children’s and religious content. Additionally, in the U.K., HarperCollins publishes titles for the equivalent of the K-12 educational market. As of June 30, 2016, HarperCollins offered approximately 100,000 publications in digital formats, and nearly all of HarperCollins’ new titles, as well as the majority of its entire catalog, are available as e-books. With the adoption of electronic formats by consumers, HarperCollins is publishing various titles in digital formats before, or instead of, publishing a print edition. During the year ended June 30, 2016, HarperCollins U.S. had 239 titles on the New York Times print and digital bestseller lists, with 30 titles, including Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime by Ree Drummond, The English Spy by Daniel Silva, The Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard and Pax by Sara Pennypacker. HarperCollins sells print and digital books to a customer base that includes global technology companies, traditional brick


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