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Pearson plc (PSON.L)

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Previous Close710.00
Open715.20
Bid724.40 x 0
Ask724.80 x 0
Day's Range711.16 - 729.20
52 Week Range484.40 - 909.00
Volume1,286,409
Avg. Volume1,539,299
Market Cap5.474B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.32
PE Ratio (TTM)19.60
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (2.79%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 12, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
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      UPDATE 1-Pearson to pay $1 mln to settle charges it misled investors, U.S. SEC says

      London-based Pearson PLC will pay $1 million to settle charges it misled investors about a 2018 cyber intrusion involving the theft of millions of student records, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Monday. The educational-publishing firm did not admit nor deny the regulator's charges, the SEC said, but in 2019 the firm disclosed in its annual report that the data breach may have included birth dates and email addresses, when, in fact, it knew that such records were stolen. Pearson also said at the time that it had "strict protections" in place, but failed to patch the critical vulnerability for six months after it was notified, the SEC found.

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      Pearson to pay $1 million to settle charges it misled investors, U.S. SEC says

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) -London-based Pearson PLC will pay $1 million to settle charges it misled investors about a 2018 cyber intrusion involving the theft of millions of student records, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Monday. The educational-publishing firm did not admit nor deny the regulator's charges, the SEC said, but in 2019 the firm disclosed in its annual report that the data breach may have included birth dates and email addresses, when, in fact, it knew that such records were stolen. Pearson also said at the time that it had "strict protections" in place, but failed to patch the critical vulnerability for six months after it was notified, the SEC found.

    • Yahoo Finance

      Pearson CEO predicts demise of physical textbooks as digital service launches

      The 177-year-old company debuted its Pearson+ subscription service in the U.S.