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Lonely Planet moves into profit as digital grows

Lonely Planet has ‘moved from a loss of £(3.2)million [$A5.7 million] last year to a profit of £1.9million [A$3.4 million] ', according to the 2009/10 full-year financial report of parent company BBC Worldwide. The BBC added that 22% of Lonely Planet's sales ‘now come from non-print activities, underscoring its success...

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