Who owns Cengage Learning?

Who owns Cengage Learning?

Cengage Learning Acquisitions, Inc.
Cengage/Parent organizations

Is Thomson Learning a publisher?

In 2000, Thomson Learning was created out of a restructuring of International Thomson Publishing. Later that year Thomson acquired the higher education title of Harcourt from Reed Elsevier, and the test prep publisher Arco from IDG Books. In 2002, Wadsworth acquired F.E. Peacock Publishers.

What did Cengage used to be called?

The first chapter for Cengage Group started when we were known by the name International Thomson Publishing. We evolved out of newspaper, textbook and media companies, fully arriving on the scene as a family of academic publishers in the late 1970s/early 80s. Just as we do today, we promised to change our industry.

Does Cengage own McGraw Hill?

Cengage and McGraw-Hill remained separate companies during the merger process, so cancelling the merger did not visibly change their operations. Any other impacts are likely to be overshadowed by the effects of the pandemic.

Who bought McGraw Hill?

Platinum Equity
LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK, Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Platinum Equity announced today that it has completed the acquisition of McGraw Hill, a global leader in educational content and digital platforms, for a purchase price of approximately $4.5 billion.

What colleges use Cengage?

Top Five Schools for Total Cengage Unlimited Savings:

  • University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa ($1.8M)
  • Texas A&M University ($1.7M)
  • North Carolina State University ($ 1.1M)
  • Arizona State University ($853K)
  • University of Houston ($836K)

Is Cengage part of McGraw-Hill?

Is McGraw Hill a private company?

McGraw-Hill Education is currently owned by Apollo Global Management, a private equity firm that bought the company for $2.4 billion in 2013.


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