Wiley reports quarterly rise and new UK partnership

Wiley reports quarterly rise and new UK partnership

John Wiley & Sons has reported a 4% year-on-year revenue rise at constant currency for the first quarter of the 2015 fiscal year (to $438m), driven by a 12% rise in its Education business (up 12% to a total of $90.7m) and aided by the contribution from recent acquisitions in its Professional Development division ($9.6m).

On a continuing basis, without the addition of acquisitions, revenue was up 1.5% at constant currency.  

The publisher reaffirmed its fiscal year outlook of mid-single-digit revenue growth.

President and c.e.o. Steve Smith said: "Wiley's revenue growth in this qu...

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