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The miseducation of Pearson (Byju’s TutorVista acquisition explained)

The story of a mess called Pearson Education, TutorVista and Edurite. Some part of which is now Byju’s problem and maybe, just maybe, a distant opportunity

The thing about information, information that results from a hyped, successful outcome is that it sticks in your mind. Like a good story, it doesn’t age. In the world of hagiographic corporate history, the kind practised in India fairly often, a shred of information, repeated, again and again, becomes a fact. And as time goes by, that distant, misplaced fact gets passed around as legend. Needless to say, legends of successful exits make for good stories.

This is not that story.

On the contrary, this is a story, which sheds more light…

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