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Benchmark 10-year Gilt yields push past 1.16%, the highest level since the Brexit vote.
Investors might want to be cautious with these stocks, ranked a 1 on the S&P STARS scale.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%
A loss of contracts in New York and Texas, and restructuring measures weigh down the education company
ARP PSO WGL are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Wednesday, April 06, 2016
-- Families Across the Globe Enrolling K-12 Students in Wide Range of Summer School Courses --
Pearson (PSO) said it's planning to eliminate 4,000 jobs or about 10% of its workforce as the learning company grapples with slowing demand for print-focused educational materials.
European stocks make a tentative recovery Thursday morning after more carnage in Asia, as investors look to commentary later Thursday from European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi.
Pearson's restructuring aligns the company with an increased focus in digital education and a partnership with Arizona State and Starbucks is driving results.
European stocks retreat on Wednesday, erasing earlier gains amid a selloff in mining and metals companies.
Pearson (PSO) stock is down after the company issued a full year earnings warning.
Pearson (PSO) stock is tanking this afternoon, after lowering its full-year earnings guidance and warning of worsening market conditions.
European stock indices move higher on Wednesday, reversing initial losses triggered by some disappointing earnings bulletins.
Their businesses are sagging, but the market has yet to catch on to Costco, Host Hotels & Resorts and Pearson.
Mobile middleware may play a bigger role in helping companies build their mobile capabilities. This software connects individual mobile applications with each other and other corporate applications and systems.
Italy's Agnelli family, owner of Fiat Chrysler, takes its stake to 43.4%. Remaining shares will be owned by the Economist Group and the Rothschild, Cadbury, Layton and Schroeder families.
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Two tech companies in Jim Cramer's charitable trust report as well.
There may be more deals to come, especially for "legacy media," after this week's sale of the Financial Times, said Martin Sorrell, CEO of the advertising firm WPP.
Qualcomm (QCOM) fell Thursday after posting light guidance.
European markets rose a little, buoyed by Greek reforms to allow more detailed bailout negotiations. Strong quarterly results, especially in continental Europe, also helped the mood.
European markets look poised to end a nine-session winning streak on Tuesday, slipping into the red as investors turn their attention to the second-quarter reporting season.
The language-education software maker has hired advisers, suggesting that it is preparing for an auction or proxy fight.
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AARP is teaming up with Que Publishing, a division of Pearson, to help those 50+ learn how to use technology, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and social media.
European stocks decline early Friday on news that a doctor in New York had tested positive for Ebola after returning from Guinea in West Africa.
Online proctoring, streamlined registration, new security protocols highlight enhancements benefiting test-takers as Pearson VUE becomes sole delivery partner in 2015.