U.S. K-12 Instructional Materials Sales, October 2002
- Hot Streak In K-12 Instructional Materials Sales Continues. // Educational Marketer;9/17/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p5
Reports on the sales growth posted by K-12 instructional materials in the United States for the month of July 2001.
- U.S. College Sales Up 10.8 % in 2002 For Twice the Growth of 2001. // Educational Marketer;2/10/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p4
Reports on the increase in the gross sales of instructional materials for college students in the U.S. Rate of increase; Factors contributing to the sales growth; Release of the financial results of McGraw-Hill Cos.
- U.S. College International Materials Sales, December 2002. // Educational Marketer;2/10/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p5
Presents a chart depicting the sales of college instructional materials in the U.S.
- Pearson Education, Despite Revenue Decline, Leads U.S. K-12 Publishers in EM's Exclusive 2002 Index. // Educational Marketer;7/14/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 20, p1
Reports on the revenue performance of Pearson Education in 2002 in terms of sales from K-12 instructional materials, amidst economic downturn that plagued the K-12 educational publishing industry in the United States. Value of total sales generated in the K-12 market; Factors that contributed...
- Legal Yes, Ethical No: Using the Case of Debit Card Overdraft Fees as a Business Ethics Teaching Tool. Callanan, Gerard A.; Tomkowicz, Sandra M. // Journal of the Academy of Business Education;Fall2011, Vol. 12, p85
This paper presents a pedagogical approach that is designed to enhance student understanding and appreciation of the challenges that business leaders face when confronted with the conflict between the profit-maximizing demands of capitalism and the ethical expectations of society. This approach...
- Scholastic Education Q2 Revenue Rises 8%; Profits Jump 55%. // Electronic Education Report;1/14/2005, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p7
The article reports that educational publishing revenue at Scholastic Corp. increased 8.3% to $94.5 million in the second quarter of its fiscal 2005, ended November 30, 2004 compared to the same quarter last year, as technology sales grew. Overall, Scholastic revenue declined 2.3% to $683.3...
- ILLUSTRATIONS TO AID IN EXPLAINING THE TWO METHODS OF PRICING INVENTORY ACTIVITY. Funk, Roland W. // Accounting Review;Oct50, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p441
The "cost of goods available for sale" is generally understood to consist of (1) the costs incurred in acquiring goods in the current period plus (2) any acquisition costs deferred from preceding periods. The allocation of such acquisition cost to cost-of-goods-sold and ending inventory may be...
- Scholastic Profits Down In Q3; Education Unit Improves On Read 180, Classroom Libraries Sales. // Electronic Education Report;4/2/2004, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p1
Education businesses at Scholastic Inc. (New York) were a bright spot in a disappointing third quarter of fiscal 2004, ended February 28. Strong revenue and profit growth in Educational Publishing, School Book Clubs and International units, and progress in School Book Fairs, could not offset...
- EER Exclusive: Company Op Performance Generally Improves in 2013. // Electronic Education Report;4/25/2014, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p1
The article offers information on the financial results of 11 companies indexed on the 2013 Electronic Education Report Performance Index. The companies produced a combined revenue of 8.16 billion dollars in 2013, which was an increase of 1.7 percent from 2012. Combined operating income...