Pearson ( PSO ): Q1 Revenue of GBP1.2B (+3% Y/Y). Post your comment!
Pearson ( PSO ) CEO John Fallon says the company will focus on emerging markets, a move which will make jobs scarcer to find in the U.S. and the U.K. Through job cuts, attrition, and restructuring - Pearson plans to generate $151M in cost savings in 2014. Post your comment!
barnesandnoble.com ) part of the business. His offer will not include NOOK, LLC which is jointly owned by Microsoft ( MSFT ), Pearson ( PSO ), and Barnes and Noble. NOOK, LLC accounts for the college retail bookstores and the NOOK division which includes devices
Pearson ( PSO ) CEO John Fallon refutes speculation concerning a potential sale of The Financial Times , saying the company hasn't had any conversations on the issue with outside parties. Post your comment!
digital space. Although the company has done well to sell off slices of NOOK over the past six months, to Microsoft MSFT and Pearson PSO , the sales pitch to additional outside parties (excluding other publishers) is becoming more difficult, in our view
Pearson PSO PSON gave a trading update on Monday, when ..... expect to hear more detailed commentary once Pearson releases its financial statements on Feb. 25. Long-term, we view Pearson as a best-in-class education publishing
On Friday, Barnes & Noble BKS announced that Pearson PSO will make a $89.5 million "strategic investment ..... be reached. Third, we believe that extending a link to Pearson 's textbook library could spur the adoption of digital
its NOOK Media subsidiary had received an investment from Pearson plc ( PSO ) of $89.5 million in exchange for a 5% stake in the venture ..... leaves Barnes & Noble with a 78.2% stake in the subsidiary. Pearson 's will also have the option to purchase an additional 5
the Financial Times, which analysts reckon is loss-making but could be worth $1.2B. Another potential bidder, should Pearson ( PSO ) decide to sell - and the drumbeat of speculation is starting to get louder - is Bloomberg rival Thomson Reuters. Bloomberg
Pearson ( PSO ) responds to an earlier report from Bloomberg stating its Financial Times newspaper business was up for sale with a forceful denial. The company maintains the FT will remain a valuable piece of its publishing portfolio. Post your comment!