Science is falling off a cliff as it falls into a dead zone of low revenue, and no one knows why.
As we’ve covered previously, Science was recently acquired by Amazon.
It is now a part of the online retail giant, Amazon.
It’s still going strong with an annual revenue of $1.3 billion.
However, the company’s stock has fallen in value by over 10% since its IPO last year.
With all of this uncertainty, how will the new company take over its brand and identity?
We spoke to Mark Nissenbaum, the CEO of the Columbia University Press and a founding partner of the company, and he offered some answers.
Here are some of the highlights of his interview:Why Amazon?
Nissenbom said that the acquisition is a perfect fit for the business.
“We are really looking for the right partners to be able to build the best content that we could possibly offer.
I think the acquisition gives us the opportunity to really build out what we’re doing.
I am really excited about it,” he said.
Will there be a separate blog?
“The editorial team will continue to work on our blog, but we’re not really going to do a separate journal,” he added.
Is there a plan for a future journal? No, Niss.
What does this mean for the current Science editorial team?
It means that the team is working together on new content and will continue their work with their existing publications, Nisselbaum said.
The only change is that the content will be hosted on Amazon.com and they will be able publish it.
How many publications does the new journal publish?
The new journal will publish in three languages, English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Who will publish the new edition?
Mark Nissensbaum said that they are aiming for an average of three to five publications a year, which is good for them.
Can you say “no”?
I guess it’s going to be a lot more difficult to publish your new book, so I guess that will have to wait.
Why did you purchase Amazon?
Why did the company decide to buy a journal?
Nissensbom is hoping that Amazon will provide the right platform to publish their content.
He said that Amazon has a lot of the same characteristics that Science has, and that they both want to provide a service that is relevant to the community.
Do you think that the move to buy the journal will change the way you write your own book?
Niskensboms view is that it’s not a change in the content of the book, but the fact that you can publish it on Amazon and publish it there and they can give you the ability to get paid for the content.
In a statement, Niscenbaum said: “Our commitment to our authors and readers is clear, we want to give them access to the most important information, and we will continue the great work we’ve been doing in print.
We look forward to building on this partnership and look forward as the journal continues to grow.”
How do you think the new brand will change Science’s approach to research?
There’s a lot going on with science.
As we saw with the recent purchase of the Oxford English Dictionary, it’s a time when publishers are looking to create a new brand identity for themselves.
Nissents is hoping for the same thing.
It’s going back to a traditional way of publishing science.
It’s going forward to a more curated way of looking at science.
We think that will be a good thing, and I think that’s a great thing for the future of science.