Corinthian said it took $206.0 million in impairment, facility closing and severance charges in the recent quarter. Unadjusted for those one-time items, Corinthian booked net losses of $163.7 million, or $1.94 loss per share, compared with year-earlier profits of $39.4 million, or 44 cents per share. Analysts typically exclude such extraordinary items when forecasting earnings estimates. Corinthian said its total student population grew 13.3% year-over-year to 105,498, as of Dec. 31, but that on a
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