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Third Quarter Income Drops 8% At Wiley

Posted at 3:22PM Tuesday 11 Mar 2014

For the third quarter ended January 31, 2014, net income at John Wiley & Sons fell 8%, to $52.5 million, on a 3% decline in revenue, to $458 million. Both figures include a number of one-time factors including fluctuations in foreign currency, restructuring and impairment charges, and the sale of most of its consumer publishing assets in the last fiscal year. Taking into account those different factors, Wiley said adjusted net income was nearly flat at $55.4 million and sales rose 1%, to $472.4 million.

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