Scholastic Second Quarter Results Fall

The negative impact of foreign exchange was a key factor in dropping revenue at Scholastic in Q2. For the period ended November 30, compared to the same stretch a year ago, revenue fell to $601.8 million, down from $611.1 million. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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