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    Revenue jumped 137% in the first quarter ended May 31, over the comparable period last year, at Educational Development Corp.

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    Final estimates released this morning by the Association of American Publishers show that total industry sales dipped 0.6% in 2015 compared to 2014, falling to $27.78 billion, from $27.96 billion in 2014.

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  • B&N Sales Dropped 3.1% in Fiscal 2016

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    Sales and earnings fell in fiscal 2016 at John Wiley as the company continued its transition to a digital knowledge and learning company.

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    With Amazon’s stock price closing at a 52-week high of $722.79 on May 31, the Publishers Weekly Stock Index rose 6.9% in the month.

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