Wiley Q3 Higher Ed. Revenue Drops 7% Due to Currency Exchange

March 2009
Educational Marketer;3/16/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p5
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The article reports on the seven percent decrease in revenue of John Wiley & Sons Inc.'s Higher Education segment in the U.S. in the publishers fiscal third quarter ended January 31, 2009. It states that the decrease is caused by foreign currency translations. It notes that the online learning management system WileyPLUS helped improve the segment as its revenue inreased 41% in the nine-month period.


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