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Pearson Reports 72% Rise In Profts

Posted at 8:24AM Monday 27 Feb 2012

Pearson has reported a 72% surge in pre-tax profits to £1.15bn for 2011, with ebook sales at Penguin more than doubling and profits at FT Group, home to the Financial Times, up by about a quarter.

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