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  • DKFL closure sparks home market battle

    <p> Pearson's shock closure of Dorling Kindersley's Family Learning division has sparked a ferocious battle for share of the potentially lucrative home sales market.</p><p> The... Read more

  • Funding boost for Scottish publishers

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  • Ottakar's stronger first half

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