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Stocks finish mixed as a teetering Portugal rekindles eurozone debt concerns. Gregg Greenberg has The Real Story.
Stocks in the for-profit education sector fell 24%, on average, last year. Which will outperform in 2011? Vote in our poll and see what readers of TheStreet think.
The owners of the Redskins, Capitals, Wizards, Nationals, and D.
Finding a home care professional during a repair emergency becomes much easier with today’s launch of “Service Alley” from The Washington Post.
For-profit education stocks had a rough 2010 amid regulatory uncertainty and harsh criticism. Here are the sector's top 12 winners and losers of the year.
Washington Post's Kaplan Education subsidiary acquires real estate licensing program provider J.Y. Monk.
Kaplan Real Estate Education announced today the acquisition of J.
The Kaplan Educational Foundation (KEF) is now accepting applications for the Kaplan Leadership Program (KLP), which helps New York City-area community-college students from underserved and underrepresented communities...
Kaplan, Inc., the leading global education provider and a subsidiary of the Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO), today announced the formation of Kaplan Global Solutions for the Americas, as part of its Kaplan Ventures ...
Goldman Scarlato & Karon PC (“GSK”) has commenced an investigation into The Washington Post Company (“Washington Post” or the “Company”)(NYSE: WPO) to determine whether the Company...
Kaplan Higher Education (KHE) informed employees today that it will eliminate about 770 positions, approximately 5 percent of its workforce.
Stocks of for-profit schools trade higher on speculation that Secretary of Education Arne Duncan could soon meet with House members to discuss proposed regulations on the sector.
With the Washington region still having a higher-than-usual unemployment rate, The Washington Post will gather top employers trying to fill technical and analytic jobs at a Career Fair on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from...
Corinthian Colleges says CEO Peter Waller resigned. Chairman Jack Massimino replaces him, effectively immediately.
According to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2010 survey of business school admissions officers*, the GRE is making significant headway in gaining acceptance at business schools: 39% of the 288 business schools surveyed say...
The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO) will audio webcast its presentation at the UBS Global Media & Communications Conference on Monday, December 6, 2010, at 3:00 pm (EST).
After just two years in the full-service bar review market, Kaplan PMBR recently provided its 10,000 th student with comprehensive bar review services.
A Washington think tank report highlights staggeringly low graduation rates at U.S. for-profit colleges and universities.
Beginning Tuesday, graduating law school students and JDs in Massachusetts and Maryland will have access to bar review program resources from Kaplan PMBR, a leading provider of full-service bar review.
In deciding where to apply, pre-law students consider a law school’s place in the rankings more important than affordability, geographic location, its academic program – and even more important than its job ...
The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO) announced that Melinda French Gates has stepped down from the Company’s Board of Directors.
'Newsweek' magazine and The Daily Beast Web site announce merger deal.
Goldfarb Branham LLP is investigating allegations of securities fraud and breaches of fiduciary duty by certain officers and directors of The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO) due to the revelation by U.
Beginning in July 2011, the tens of thousands of students who take the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) every year will face that test’s first ever computer-based administration since it was introduced in ...
The announcement of a buyback means the company's management and board of directors believe the stock is undervalued.
According to a new Kaplan Test Prep survey of graduate school admissions officers at 108 top programs across the United States*, the admissions process will likely become increasingly competitive – 78% predict an ...
The Washington Post, in partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, announces the call for applications for The Washington Post 2011 Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management.
Today The Washington Post introduced its new App for iPad, now available on the App Store.
Finkelstein Thompson LLP is investigating potential securities fraud claims against The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO) (“Washington Post” or the “Company”) relating to allegations of deceptive...
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