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Pearson Profits Down

Posted at 8:59AM Friday 28 Feb 2014

Publishing group Pearson said adjusted operating profit before net restructuring charges was 6% lower at £871m (£736m after £135m of net restructuring charges).

2013 profits were reduced by the accounting impact of the Penguin Random House merger, lower margins in North America, sustained investment, and revenue mix.

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