WSOY


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WSOYWerner Söderström Osakeyhtiö (Finnish publishing company)
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Financial terms were not revealed.Country: , Finland, SwedenSector: MediaTarget: Tammi Learning, Werner Soderstrom Ltd (WSOY), Bonnier Utbildning ABBuyer: Bonnier AB, Sanoma OyjVendor: Sanoma Oyj, Bonnier ABType: Divestment, Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
(45) Collan published a report Ruumiillinen kasvatus Pohjois-Ameriikan Yhdysvalloissa [The Physical Education in the USA, North America] (Porvoo: WSOY, 1916), with wide-ranging descriptions of the playground movement and the physical education in schools and high schools.
This translation was published in 2005 by Werner Soderstrom Osakeyhtio (WSOY) as part of an ongoing ten-year project to re-translate all of Shakespeare's plays into Finnish (scheduled completion 2013).
WSOY has issued collected works of her aphorisms, poetry, and essays published over the past fifty years (see WLT 72:3, p.
Swedish IT consulting firm Resco AB said on Wednesday (16 February) that it had received an assignment to produce a proof of concept and a blueprint for the implementation of SAP at the Finnish book publisher WSOY, part of the Finnish media group SanomaWSOY.
Two major European deals, Cinven's purchase of Vivendi's business and health publications for $1.8 billion and VNU's sale of its consumer magazines to Sanoma WSOY for $1.1 billion, were not included in the statitstics.
Aleksi Siltala, from Finland, is an editor at WSOY, Finland's largest publishing house.
(16.) Juha Seppo, "Church and State in Finland 1995," in European Journal for Church and State--Revue europeenne des relations Eglises-Etat 3 (Leuven: Peeters, 1996), 115; Harri Heino, Mihin Suomi tanaan uskoo (What Does Finland Believe in Today) (Helsinki: WSOY, 1997), 6-10, 22-28.
Essay, 'Julkisivun takaa' ('From behind the facade') in the anthology Todistajan katse ('The gaze of the witness'), edited by Leena Krohn and Eila Kostamo, WSOY 1992
Lotta Svardin lakkauttaminen, in Jatkosodan pikkujattilainen, (2005), Jari Leskinen and Antti Juutilainen (Eds.), Helsinki: WSOY, 1115-1118