This leading textbook company continues to expand its margins and grow its recurring revenue by transitioning to digital content and leveraging its existing intellectual properties to penetrate the consumer market.
Newspapers continue to struggle against a secular decline in circulation and advertising sales, as consumers gravitate toward online news outlets. But the old media often owns valuable broadcasting and Internet assets that don’t achieve a full valuation when they’re wrapped up in newsprint. A recently announced spin-off should unlock significant value for this publishing giant’s shareholders.
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