The Company was founded in 1807 by Charles Wiley,
who opened a small printing shop in lower Manhattan, New York City.
In the early years, Wiley was best known for publishing the works of
Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, and other
19th century American literary giants.
Wiley is one of the world's most respected publishing companies.
Approximately 5,200 employees world wide.
50% of the company's revenue generated outside U.S.