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Learn Africa Plc posts FY pre-tax profit of 134.3 mln naira
Monday, 3 Apr 2017 01:25am EDT 

Learn Africa Plc : FY ended Dec 2016 profit before taxation of 134.3 million naira versus loss of 618.0 million naira year ago . FY turnover of 2.01 billion naira versus 1.89 billion naira year ago . Propose payment of dividend of 10 kobo per share Source: http://bit.ly/2nv26rp Further company coverage: [LEARNAF.LG] (Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com).  Full Article

Bertelsmann currently not in talks over Penguin Random House - CEO
Tuesday, 28 Mar 2017 05:50am EDT 

Bertelsmann CEO in news conference : Says long-term investors such as pension funds, family offices could be partners for Penguin Random House stake . Says currently not in talks with potential investors for Penguin Random House . Says sees no reason to sell more shares in RTL Group or other companies Further company coverage: [BTGGg.F] ((frankfurt.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +49 69 7565 1270;)).  Full Article

Pearson announces strategic review of Wall Street English business, Global Education business
Friday, 24 Feb 2017 02:22am EST 

Pearson Plc : Initiated processes to explore a potential partnership for its english language learning business Wall Street English . Initiated processes to explore possible sale of its english language learning business GEDU . Processes are at an early stage and there is no certainty that they will lead to transactions . Pearson has appointed moelis & company to advise on both of the processes .China remains a significant market for pearson. Pearson will continue to fully own and manage its successful learning services business..  Full Article

Pearson says H1 trading in line with expectations
Friday, 29 Jul 2016 02:00am EDT 

Pearson Plc : Is trading in-line with expectations set in February and is reiterating 2016 guidance . Growth and simplification plan is on-track and our 2018 goals are unchanged . If current exchange rates persist until end of 2016 earnings per share guidance range will increase by approximately 4p . H1 sales of 1,866 mln pounds declined 7 pct in underlying terms primarily due to expected declines in assessment revenues in US and UK . H1 adjusted EPS loss 1.3 pence versus 4.4 pence profit year ago . Interim dividend 18 penceper share . H1 adjusted operating profit of 15m pounds is in-line with our expectations and down 39m pounds when compared to H1 2015 . H1 revenues declined 11 pct at constant exchange rates, reflecting underlying revenue declines . Dividend held level at 18p, in-line with previous guidance, reflecting board's confidence in medium term outlook .In 2016, expect to report adjusted operating profit, adjusted EPS before costs of restructuring of between 580m pounds and 620m pounds and between 50p and 55p.  Full Article

Pearson PLC agrees to sell 50 pct. stake in The Economist Group
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2015 02:01am EDT 

Pearson PLC:Says that it has agreed to sell its 50 pct. stake in The Economist Group for 469 million pounds, payable in cash.Says EXOR SpA has agreed to purchase 27.8 pct. of The Economist Group's ordinary shares for consideration of 227.5 million pounds and all of B special shares for consideration of 59.5 million pounds from Pearson.Says Pearson's remaining ordinary shares will be repurchased by The Economist Group for a total consideration of 182 million pounds.  Full Article

Pearson PLC declares interim dividend
Friday, 24 Jul 2015 02:01am EDT 

Pearson PLC:Says it has declared an interim dividend of 18p per share, a 6 pct increase on 2014.  Full Article

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BRIEF-Pearson announces strategic review of Wall Street English business, Global Education business

* Initiated processes to explore a potential partnership for its english language learning business Wall Street English