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Production of the 9th edition was overseen by Thomas Spencer Baynes , the first English-born editor-in-chief. Dubbed the "Scholar's Edition", the 9th edition is the most scholarly of all Britannicas. In the third era 10th—14th editions, — , the Britannica was managed by American businessmen who introduced direct marketing and door-to-door sales. The American owners gradually simplified articles, making them less scholarly for a mass market. The 10th edition was a nine-volume supplement to the 9th, but the 11th edition was a completely new work, and is still praised for excellence; its owner, Horace Hooper , lavished enormous effort on its perfection.
When Hooper fell into financial difficulties, the Britannica was managed by Sears Roebuck for 18 years —, — In , the vice-president of Sears, Elkan Harrison Powell , assumed presidency of the Britannica ; in , he began the policy of continuous revision. This was a departure from earlier practice, in which the articles were not changed until a new edition was produced, at roughly year intervals, some articles unchanged from earlier editions. William Benton , then a vice president of the University, provided the working capital for its operation.
The stock was divided between Benton and the University, with the University holding an option on the stock. In , near the end of this era, the Britannica celebrated its bicentennial. Under Mortimer J. This second version of the 15th edition continued to be published and revised until the print version.
In the fifth era —present , digital versions have been developed and released on optical media and online. In , the Britannica was bought by Jacqui Safra at well below its estimated value, owing to the company's financial difficulties. One part retained the company name and developed the print version, and the other, Britannica. Since , the two companies have shared a CEO, Ilan Yeshua , who has continued Powell's strategy of introducing new products with the Britannica name.
In March , Britannica's president, Jorge Cauz , announced that it would not produce any new print editions of the encyclopaedia, with the 15th edition being the last.
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The company will focus only on the online edition and other educational tools. Britannica ' s final print edition was in , a volume set. It contained 30 volumes and 18, pages, with 8, photographs, maps, flags, and illustrations in smaller "compact" volumes.
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It contained over 40, articles written by scholars from across the world, including Nobel Prize winners. The following is Britannica ' s description of the work: . Written by international experts and scholars, the articles in this collection reflect the standards that have been the hallmark of the leading English-language encyclopedia for over years. The Britannica was dedicated to the reigning British monarch from to and then, upon its sale to an American partnership, to the British monarch and the President of the United States. With preliminary dissertations on the history of the sciences.
New revisions of the 14th edition appeared every year between and with the exceptions of , and At that time also an online version was offered for paid subscription.
In this was offered free, and no revised print versions appeared. The experiment was ended in and a new printed set was issued in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 24 September For other uses, see Britannica disambiguation. General knowledge English-language encyclopaedia. United Kingdom — United States —present. Dewey Decimal. Scotland portal Chicago portal Books portal.
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Purchasing an Encyclopedia: 12 Points to Consider 4th ed. Aside from providing an excellent summary of the Britannica's history and early spin-off products, this article also describes the life-cycle of a typical Britannica edition. A new edition typically begins with strong sales that decay as the encyclopaedia becomes outdated.
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