Philip Jones looks at the "stark" difference between the educational and consumer sectors.
Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead.
Industry staffers have criticised what they have called a "woefully lacking and inadequate" response to the sexual harassment issue, with an industry code of conduct... Read more
Pearson has reported flat revenue in its nine-month trading update but that the company is "on track" to deliver underlying profit growth in 2018.... Read more
Pearson has returned to profit a year after posting its biggest ever loss, at the same time as announcing it is putting its K12 school courseware... Read more
Pearson made "good progress" in 2017, slashing its net debt and projecting full-year profits to come in at the top end of its guidance.... Read more
A further 3,000 jobs are set to be axed at Pearson by 2020 as part of the company’s bid to save £300m, its chief executive... Read more
Pearson shareholders have rejected chief executive John Fallon's £1.5m pay package at the company's a.g.m.
Pearson's c.e.o. John Fallon has been forced to defend his position after admitting the company "got it wrong" last year, resulting in revisions to its 2017 forecast and... Read more
The UK operations of many publishing houses with premises in numerous countries risk finding themselves sidelined in favour of other locations if a “hard Brexit”... Read more