Why Textbook Publishers Are Better Investments Than Their Trade Publishing Peers
Textbook publishers face less competition and are less reliant on blockbuster hits than their trade publisher peers.
Should You Bet on a New Day at Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt?
After a quick bankruptcy, publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is back in the public markets with a renewed focus on education. Should investors take a bite?
John Wiley & Sons Offers Big Upside and Limited Downside
John Wiley & Sons trades at a deep discount to its intrinsic value even though Reed Elsevier and Pearson trade at higher valuations.
Twitter Strengthens Its Board With This Move
Twitter finally added a woman to its board of directors.
It's a Textbook Case for These Companies
If you have to buy college textbooks you know how expensive they are. But the tide is turning toward cheaper options for college students. Here's how Chegg, Pearson, and Barnes & Noble are faring in the new digital environment.
Could Pearson Sell the Financial Times?
Is the FT for sale, and would anyone buy it?