Table: Franco-American Education Publisher

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Franco-American Education Publisher
Houghton Mifflin Vivendi Universal SA
Founded: 1832, as Ticknor & Fields


2000 Revenues:
$1.03 billion

52-Week Stock-Range:
$29.50 to $59.70 on New York Stock Exchange

June 6 Closing Stock Price:

Principal Businesses: Educational publishing, including McDougal Littell secondary school materials; Riverside Publishing (tests such as the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills); and Great Source supplementary materials. Trade (consumer) division publishes the American Heritage Dictionary, J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, and The Wind Done Gone, Alice Randall's parody of Gone With the Wind.
Founded: 2000, with the merger of Vivendi SA, a retooled French water utility, with French television company Canal+ and Seagram Co. of the United States.


2000 Revenues:
$45.4 billion

52-Week Stock Range:
$54.30 to $80.94 on New York Stock Exchange

June 6 Closing Stock Price:

Principal Businesses:
Universal Studios (movies and television), Universal Music Group (record labels such as Motown, MCA, and Interscope Geffen A&M), publishing, telecommunications, and environmental services.

Vol. 20, Issue 40, Page 8

Published in Print: June 13, 2001, as Table: Franco-American Education Publisher
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