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The Washington Post third-quarter earnings skyrocket on higher ad revenues and gains in its education division.
The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO) today reported net income available for common shares of $60.
Kaplan Test Prep today announced the appointment of Bernardo Rodriguez to the new role of Chief Digital Officer.
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.
The Izard Nobel law firm files a lawsuit against the Washington Post on behalf of its stockholders.
Kaplan EduNeering, a leading provider of compliance and knowledge management solutions, announces today the opening of a Hong Kong office to serve clients based in Asia.
Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") and its partner, the former Louisiana Attorney General Charles C.
Major companies tentatively scheduled to report quarterly results during week of 11/01/10
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP (“Robbins Geller”) ( http://www.
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.
Apollo Group's dismal student enrollment outlook continues to weigh on stocks in the for-profit education sector.
Washington foodies have another reason to try an array of D.C.
Enrollment at for-profit schools to drop, tighter admissions to affect low-income students
Apollo Group, parent of the University of Phoenix, warns that student enrollment will fall more than 40% in fiscal 2011.
Stocks in the for-profit education sector were mixed on Tuesday, with shares of Bridgepoint Education outpacing the sector and Corinthian Colleges lagging.
Newsweek magazine and the Daily Beast news Web site are in deep discussions over a possible merger and the likelihood of a deal is increasing, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The Washington Post disclosed in a regulatory filing that it sold Newsweek to Harman Media for $1 plus the assumption of certain liabilities.
Many aspiring doctors are drawn to medicine because of a personal connection with illness, according to a Kaplan survey of admissions officers at 83 medical schools across the United States, which found that 90% report...
With 40% of adults accessing the Internet from a mobile device,* Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions has launched its enhanced site ( www.
Do you know a teacher or principal who goes above and beyond their day-to-day demands and deserves to be recognized? The call for nominations for the annual Distinguished Educational Leadership Awards and The Agnes...
The Washington Post completes the sale of 'Newsweek' magazine to Dr. Sidney Harman.
The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO) today announced that Harman Newsweek LLC has purchased Newsweek magazine.
Washington Post's Kaplan division introduces a program to "lower the risk that the federal government lends money unnecessarily."
The New York Times, Washington Post and Gannett have collectively invested $12 million in a start-up news company called Ongo.
Continuing its mission to make test prep available to as many aspiring college students as possible, Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions announced today that now through October 23, students preparing for the SAT (October...
A new Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions survey* of admissions officers at 386 of the nation’s top colleges and universities reveals that the phenomenon of the helicopter parent – a term given to parents who ...
The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO) today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $2.
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