Scholastic CP&D Segment Up 4% in Q2; Potter Weighs In

December 2006
Book Publishing Report;12/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the sales performance of Scholastic Inc. The company presented a revenue of 442.7 million dollars in the children's publishing and distribution segment at the end of the second quarter of fiscal. The Scholastic Inc. also reported a decrease of four percent in the trade revenue of the Harry Potter book sales.


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