Wiley Higher Ed Revenue Jumps 18% in Fiscal 2010

July 2010
Educational Marketer;7/ 5/2010, Vol. 41 Issue 14, p1
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The article reports on the growth of revenue in the Higher Education division at John Wiley & Sons in Hoboken, New Jersey by 18.1% in fiscal 2010. The continued enrollment in the college market as well as a strong front list and growth in digital sales have contributed to the year-over-year growth of Wiley's revenue. In subject categories, mathematics and statistics have increased sales by 27% in the fiscal year.


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