Education Publisher Pearson praised their investments in digital technology, including online textbooks and AI-powered essay marking software after the sale of assets was helping him out in the black in the first half of the fiscal year.
The FTSE 100 giant, which is in the middle of a turn, to divert it from its historical center of the printed books, made a profit before tax of £202м in the six months to June, compared with £10m loss last year.
It to return to profit thanks to a £207m in revenues from the sale of businesses, including wall street, teaching English. Underlying adjusted operating income, excluding M&A transactions and other one-time factors, grew by 46pc.
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