HarperCollins has finally closed their acquisition of Thomas Nelson, first announced at the end of October 2011, following a lengthy examination period by the Department of Justice. Harper says "Thomas Nelson will continue to operate as an independent company with its unique editorial focus on inspirational and Christian content. Details, such as how Thomas Nelson will benefit from HarperCollins global print and digital platform, will be forthcoming."
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