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HOBOKEN, N.J. , Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Pearson, the world's learning company, today announced it has joined Time to Vote a business-led, nonpartisan coalition that aims to increase voter participation in the U.S. election. Pearson is committed to making it easier for employees to…
Travellers passing through Toronto Pearson International Airport should be prepared to shell out a little bit more for travel next year.
Digital Education Publishing Market - Detailed Analysis of Current and Future Industry Figures till 2027 | Cengage, Georg von Holtzbrinck, Happiest Minds, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Macmillan, McGraw-Hill, Oxford University Press, Pearson, RELX, Scholasti
“Digital Education Publishing Industry Report″ is a direct appreciation by The Insight Partners of the market potential. The report intends to provide accurate and meaningful insights, both quantitative as well as qualitative of Digital Education Publishing Market. Digital education publishing is
Pearson (PSO) is up 6.7% in NYSE trading, hitting a two-week high, with Goldman Sachs highlighting not-so-bad preliminary figures for higher-education enrollment. Early data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows undergraduate enrollment for the fall is down 2.5% - better than the drop in the high single digits...
Ahead of a meeting to approve his appointment yesterday, shareholders had complained of being 'held to ransom' by Pearson and complained Bird's pay package was far too generous.
Flights from 10 different countries landed in Toronto in the first eight days of September with COVID-19-infected passengers.
Leading investors in Pearson, the FTSE-100 educational publisher, are planning to vote against a $9m (£7.4m) pay award for its new chief executive amid fury that the company has forced them into an “all-or-nothing decision” over his appointment.
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Hedge fund short sellers suffer USD500m hit in August from wayward FTSE 100 wagers Submitted By Hugh Leask | 03/09/2020 - 11:23am Hedge funds have lost almost USD560 million after several hefty short bets on a range of FTSE 100 stocks turned sour as equity markets yielded solid gains. New data from London-based equity research firm Ortex Analytics shows almost three-quarters of total short losses in August came from big wagers against just five names: Ocado Group, InterContinental Hotels, International Consolidated Airlines Group, BHP and Pearson. Together, they accounted for a bruising GBP310 million loss out of a total hit of GBP420 million to hedge fund short sellers last month. As UK equities gained ground towards the end of the summer, hedge funds made gains from short positions in...
Pearson said regrading was needed to “address concerns about unfairness"