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Sales Fall, Earnings Rise At S&S

Posted at 7:02AM Friday 09 May 2014

First quarter sales in 2014 fell 11% at Simon & Schuster, to $153 million, but operating income rose to $11 million from $10 million in the first quarter of 2013, parent company CBS reported.

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