Pearson originally started out as a construction company during the industrial revolution, however the company is now an international publishing house. The group comprises of three main divisions: Education, Financial Times and Penguin. Almost two thirds of its revenues are generated from the Education arm, however it is the other two that Pearson is most famous for.

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A day after it sold the FT to Japanese rival Nikkei for £884m, publishing giant Pearson has posted a loss

July 24, 2015

Japanese firms are casting their nets far and wide as deals activity heats up, with media giant Nikkei’s £844m swoop

July 23, 2015

Japanese media company Nikkei is the triumphant bidder for the FT, picking up the newspaper and other publications from Pearson

July 23, 2015

Shares in the publisher of the Financial Times, Pearson, have jumped more than two per cent following reports that it

July 23, 2015

Financial Times-owner Pearson has appointed a City headhunting firm to begin the groundwork in lining up a successor for chairman

January 27, 2015

Shares in Pearson were up as much as five per cent this morning leading the FTSE 100 higher as the

January 21, 2015

Pearson's share price dropped two per cent this morning after it said it's losing its long-serving finance man, Robin Freestone,

October 24, 2014

Publishing company Pearson has reported a fall in profit before tax of two per cent to £382m in its preliminary

February 28, 2014

PEARSON yesterday warned that 2013 earnings will miss expectations due to poor demand in North America and restructuring costs, causing

January 23, 2014

PEARSON added to its education arm yesterday by unveiling plans to spend £440m on an English language training company in

December 3, 2013

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