Madeline McIntosh Is Stepping Down As Head of Country’s Largest Book Publisher

From a Wall Street Journal story by Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg headlined “CEO of Penguin Random House U.S., Country’s Largest Book Publisher, Steps Down”:

Madeline McIntosh said she is stepping down as chief executive of Penguin Random House U.S., the third senior executive to leave the country’s largest consumer book publisher in the past two months.

Ms. McIntosh will remain in place until Nihar Malaviya, interim CEO of Bertelsmann SE’s Penguin Random House, establishes a new corporate leadership structure, she said in an interview.