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Pearson Sees 2013 Flat, Begins Restructuring Plan

Posted at 8:37AM Monday 25 Feb 2013

Pearson said it expects this year's earnings to be flat on 2012 and that it will start a 150 million pound restructuring plan to help reposition its education business.

The owner of the Financial Times newspaper and Penguin books publisher on Monday said full-year adjusted earnings per share fell 3 percent to 84.2 pence, in line with the 84 pence level the company estimated in January.

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