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Apollo Education Group has accepted a $1.1 billion takeover offer from a group of buyout firms led by Vistria Group.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower as oil prices fell again, and investors fretted about earnings and what's next for the Federal Reserve.
If they're going to spend the money anyway, might as well capitalize.
Greece has the overseas tape in the red and U.S. futures looking to open 1% lower.
Ranking stocks by dividend yield and EV/EBIT has amazing results.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 6; Nasdaq futures are up14; European markets are up; Nikkei is down 0.60%; China Shanghai is flat; euro is down; crude is u...
But this loved name is also a remarkably successful social, mobile and cloud play.
Stocks of for-profit colleges are showing resilience so far.
Wells Fargo Securities analyst Trace Urdan says there is value in for-profit education stocks like DeVry/Capella despite the recent selloff.
Proposal to offset $29 billion costs of four new initiatives for middle class students.
Here's what the analysts are up to this morning. Below is a summary of analysts' actions: Compass Point has a sell on Apollo Group (APOL) ISI favors TD Ameritrade (AMTD) and Schwab (SCHW) on pullbacks. F5 Neworks (FFIV) was downgraded at William Bla...
Here's a roundup of this morning's analyst action. Yahoo! (YHOO) is upgraded to Buy from Hold at Cantor Fitzgerald. Piper Jaffray commented, however, that Yahoo!'s display ad momentum likely slowed in February. JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is being reiterat...