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Saraiva SA Livreiros Editores announces own capital interest payment date
Saraiva SA Livreiros Editores announces $90 mln financing from Banco Itau
Saraiva SA Livreiros Editores announces own capital interest payment
Saraiva Livreiros SA em Recuperacao Judicial, formerly Saraiva SA Livreiros Editores is engaged in creating and distributing content, technology and services. The Company’s businesses include publishing and retail. The Company provides legal contents and is a schoolbook and textbook company. It also performs with ed-tec solutions for primary and high school and digital content for educational market, such as distance learning, cooperative learning, learning games and library by means of subscription services. The Company’s products include literature, office supplies, music, films, games and software, telephony, electronic devices, technology, magazines. It also offers services such as mobile recharge, gift card, prepaid cards, insurance, assistance, besides guaranteed delivery and home delivery. The Company has around 350 stores in Brazilian territory, it has content, culture and entertainment retail chain.
Rua Henrique Schaumann
n 270, 5 andar, Pinheiros
Jorge Eduardo Saraiva
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Director of Investor Relations, Executive Board
Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Lilia Cruz de Paula Vieir
Human Resources Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Marcus dos Santos Mingoni
Director of Investor Relations
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Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza on Tuesday announced it would start selling physical books online for pickup in its chain comprised of almost 1,000 stores, using its national footprint to compete with traditional booksellers and Amazon.com Inc.
U.S. printing company RR Donnelly & Sons Co is closing its Brazilian operations and exiting the country as the domestic magazine and book industries struggle, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
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