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A long story

29 October 2012 By Quentin Webb

Merging Penguin with Bertelsmann’s Random House to create a publishing giant makes sense. And Pearson, which will own 47 pct, has carefully built in a range of exit options. Investors may need convincing, but this complex setup could plausibly be better than taking hard cash now.

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