CCC and EMG are the hot properties as Viacom prepares to sell S&S's ed. unit

January 1998
Electronic Education Report;01/28/98, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on expectations regarding Computer Curriculum Corp. (CCC) and Educational Management Group Inc. (EMG) if Viacom decides to sell Simon & Schuster Inc.'s (S&S) educational assets. Companies that are possible buyers; Otehr S&S education properties in addition to CCC and EMG; Comment from Jostens Learning Corp.; Impact of the announced sale on Viacom's stocks.


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