July 3, 2020 | Volume 51, Number 14

McGraw Hill: Driving Tech Through the COVID-19 Challenge

McGraw Hill (New York) reported revenue of $292.3 million in its fiscal fourth quarter, ended March 31, up 4.8% from the same period last year, and revenue of $1.58 billion for fiscal ...

Doing Business Amid COVID-19

In the K-12 and higher education markets, McGraw Hill (New York) in June enumerated some of the business implications, considerations and expectations it has in the COVID-19 era that ...

Goodheart-Willcox Revenue Is Off 2.8% in Fiscal 2020

Revenue of $28.4 million at Goodheart-Willcox (Tinley Park, IL) decreased 2.8% in fiscal 2020, ended April 30, from the year before. The operating loss of -$1.9 million increased from ...

Spending on College Course Materials Continues Downward Slide

College student total spending on required course materials declined slightly from the previous academic year while the average spend per course dropped 6%, according to the Student ...

Spring Enrollment Changes on College Campuses

One of the biggest questions hanging over the fall college term is will students return to campuses that open and/or to remote learning, if that is an option.The answer remains ...

Management Changes in College Bookstores

The growth in use of digital courseware in college courses was the driver for expanding the partnership of college bookstore operator Follett Higher Education (Westchester, IL) and ...

BNED Attracts Another Suitor

Outerbridge Capital Management (New York), which since last fall has acquired at least a 13.7% stake in Barnes & Noble Education (Basking Ridge, NJ), told the company that it ...

People Briefs, July 3, 2020

For-profit career college provider American Public Education (Charles Town, WV) in June named Steve Somers senior vice president of strategy and corporate development and Amy Manning ...

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