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Bertrams Reports 8.4% Jump In Revenue But Profit Falls 33%

Posted at 11:50AM Thursday 24 Apr 2014

Connect's (that's Smith News PLC) books division - which includes Bertrams, Dawson Books and Wordery brands - reported an 8.4 percent jump in revenue, but underlying operating profit fell 33.8 percent, due to lower margins and slower returns on investments.

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