Pearson Expects Penguin Group to Post Modest Revenue Gains for 2003

December 2003
Book Publishing Report;12/22/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 49, p3
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Reports that London, England-based publisher Pearson is expecting its Penguin Group division to finish 2003 with a 1-2 percent increase in sales. Sales of the publisher in 2002; Strong second half front list sales of the company.


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