In the Vintage/Anchor Books publicity department, Sloane Crosley has been promoted to deputy director of publicity, and Kate Runde moves up to associate director. Additionally, Dan Ozzi will join the department on May 17 as a senior publicist. Most recently he was a publicist at Public Affairs, and previously worked at Oxford University Press.
Elsewhere, Kate Lloyd has joined Scribner as publicity manager. She was a senior publicist at the Penguin Group.
Barnes & Noble disclosed to the SEC that Len Riggio, who has served as chairman of the board without a contract, has signed an employment agreement (which includes a base salary of $100,000 a year and bonus eligibility.) Vice chairman Steve Riggio has also signed a new contract, with a minimum base salary of $400,000 annually plus bonus eligibility.
Simon & Schuster has taken over sales, distribution and fulfillment worldwide for test prep company Manhattan GMAT.
The Swedenborg Foundation, publishers of the theological works of Emanuel Swedenborg and other related titles, will be distributed through the Chicago Distribution Center, with trade sales handled by Continental Sales.