When the dust settles on Concordia publishing, it’ll be worth the money

When the dust settles on Concordia publishing, it’ll be worth the money

With the dust settled on Concordian, the dust has settled on its publisher and author.

In a statement to ABC News, co-founder and publisher David Whitaker said the company’s current financial situation was not sustainable, and that its business was “on the rocks”.

Whitaker said Concordia’s financial woes were not the fault of the publisher but of its current management team.

“The company has been under intense pressure from the current management and its management team to change its direction and take steps to improve its business, and to do so, we have to acknowledge that our current financial position is not sustainable and that the current direction is not right for our company,” he said.

He said the business was facing “challenges” as it was “under pressure from a number of sources including our own management”.

“As we look ahead, we recognize that there is a great deal of work ahead to make Concordia a stronger and more sustainable company,” Whitaker added.

The company said it was considering a sale.

Whitaker said it would continue to publish “controversial, controversial books” and would continue publishing “content that challenges the status quo”.

Credo House Publishing was founded in 1996, and has published more than 300 books in Australia and New Zealand.

The publisher was formed from a partnership between the publisher and the authors, including the author of the book “How to be a Woman”.

In 2014, the company published “The Woman” by David Whitakers.

In 2016, the publisher published “How I Got my Start in Fiction Publishing”.

The publisher’s current books include “How You Become a Woman” and “How a Woman Becomes a Publisher”.

Whitaker, who co-founded the publishing house with his wife, Julie, said he hoped that his publishing house would “be an important contributor to the history of literature”.

Whitakers, who was born in New Zealand, said his family had “never been shy” about their opposition to the Vietnam War, and he would continue with his opposition to its continuation.

He said his book “The Way We Talk” was a book about “the way we speak about women and gender”.

I have a passion for books about women, and I think we should celebrate that passion and our books are part of the story of this country, he said, adding that the book would be published under a new name.

Condo says its own publisher could be sold The co-owners of Concordia Publishing said that the co-publishers co-owned the publishing company with the author David Whitakers.

“There is no way that Concordia could be acquired by another publisher.

We are currently in discussions with potential buyers to see what the future of Concordian will look like,” Concordia said in a statement.

It said the current financial state of the company was “not sustainable”.

“The current management of the publishing and publishing house have significantly under-funded the company and are under pressure from many sources including the current managing team, including our current board and management, as well as from our own financial situation,” it said.

“This includes the fact that we are currently under intense financial pressure from multiple sources including a number, including a large number of our own employees, and the fact we are under intense management pressure to change our direction and to take steps that would help the business to better compete in the publishing industry.”

Whitaker’s co-authors are also co-founders of the business.

David Whitaker and Julie Whitaker co-authored the novel “The Girl Who Loved Me” in 2012, which was published by New York’s Columbia Books.

Whitakers’ wife, the writer Julie Whitakers, coauthored the book of the same name in 2015.

Other books published by Concordia include “The Truth About Sex”, “The Best of the New York Times”, “How the World Became Our Enemy”, “Sex and the City”, “Sausage Party”, and “Love and Sex”.

Whitakes’ book was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 2016, but was later pulled from the bookshop’s shelves.

Whitaker previously had a book deal with Penguin Australia.