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Corinthian Colleges misses earnings expectations as Bridgepoint Education beats; For-profit education providers work to regain their footing amid newly proposed and yet-to-be-published legislation set to change the way the sector does business.
The Department of Education issues new regulations aimed to protect students at for-profit colleges.
Strayer Education beats third-quarter expectations thanks to increased student enrollment and higher tuition.
DeVry beat quarterly earnings expectations but, like for-profit education stock peers Capella and Apollo, warns of student enrollment declines.
Corinthian Colleges and Apollo Group shares gain. Capella, Grand Canyon Education and DeVry fall sharply.
ITT Educational Services is the latest for-profit school to confirm the industry's hard reset, saying new student enrollment fell for the first time in several years last quarter.
Enrollment at for-profit schools to drop, tighter admissions to affect low-income students
The top 10 open-market insider purchases and sales filed at the SEC Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Apollo Group, parent of the University of Phoenix, warns that student enrollment will fall more than 40% in fiscal 2011.
Apollo Group withdrew its outlook for fiscal 2011 after the closing bell on Wednesday, sending shares of the for-profit education companies reeling.
Billionaire investors George Soros and Carl Icahn bought up more shares of their favorite companies.
Corinthian shares jump 3.1% as most school stocks trade higher; Princeton Review bucks the trend, falling 1.4%.
The top 10 open-market insider purchases and sales filed at the SEC Thursday, Sept. 16.
Education Management shares jump 16%, leading fellow school stocks higher. Apollo Group and Washington Post bucks the trend.
We are selling ESI October options against what I believe to be the start of a decline in HV30, prior to earnings.
Tontine Capital Partners sells $10.1 million worth of Exide Technologies.
I am making a cheap bet that ESI sticks around $52.50 for one more month by opening an October 50/52.5/55 butterfly.
All of a sudden, the government is cracking down on for-profit colleges. What took so long?
Guests include Ken Shreve, TheStreet's Market Movers portfolio manager, Stephanie Link, director of research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus and Bob Auer, portfolio manager for the Auer Growth fund.
Hedge fund managers including Steve Eisman say education stocks are poised to decline.
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DeVry leads ed. stocks lower as Credit Suisse downgrades on regulatory, job market concerns
ITT Educational Services reports 43 percent 1Q profit boost on expanded enrollment
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The president's recently announced initiatives to improve higher education have their benefits and drawbacks for the pro-profit education sector.
ESI Group (ISIN FR0004110310), pioneer and world-leading supplier of digital simulation software for prototyping and manufacturing processes, announced today its presentation at the IQPC Innovative Seating...
Guests include Tom Lydon, editor at ETFTrends.com, Marek Fuchs, TheStreet.com's Business press maven and Robert Auer, portfolio manager for the Auer Growth fund.
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