A possible

Pearson

(PSO) - Get Report

bid for

Dow Jones

( DJ) looks like a winner, Jim Cramer said Friday on

CNBC's

"Stop Trading!" segment.

The Wall Street Journal

reported Friday afternoon that U.K.-based Pearson -- publisher of the

Financial Times

-- is rounding up partners for a possible bid. Cramer said the move shows that the only possible deal that could derail

News Corp.'s

(NWS) - Get Report

$60-a-share bid is finally taking shape.

Cramer shrugged off worries that a Pearson bid could face antitrust issues, saying the Justice Department "doesn't care." Cramer said Pearson could even underbid Murdoch and still walk away with a deal, because the Bancroft family that controls Dow Jones appears so concerned about the

Journal's

editorial independence.

At the time of publication, Cramer had no position in stocks mentioned.

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