Higher Ed. Group Offsets K-12 Revenue Decline to Drive McGraw-Hill Ed. Revenue Up 0.5% in 2003

February 2004
Educational Marketer;2/2/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p1
Trade Publication
Provides a 2004 outlook of the financial performance of New York-based college publisher McGraw-Hill Co. Statement of the company's president and CEO regarding the outlook for the 2004 financial performance of the company; Percentage of the company's anticipated growth; Factors that were anticipated to promote an upswing of the company's revenue in 2004.


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