Cambium Learning Gains K-12 Foothold with Two Acquisitions

February 2004
Book Publishing Report;2/23/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p6
Trade Publication
Heating up the merger and acquisition market in 2004, a new company founded by former Houghton Mifflin chairman, president and CEO Nader Darehshori this month acquired New York-based Metropolitan Teaching and Learning Co. and is expected shortly to complete the acquisition of Longmont, Colorado-based Sopris West Educational Services. The K-12 publishers will form the basis of a new educational publishing venture, Cambium Learning, founded by Darehshori, who also serves as chairman and CEO.


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