Corinthian Colleges, a for profit educational institution, says it has stopped all instruction at is 28 remaining physical campuses. The company says its working to provide continuing education for 16,000 students but it will depend on regulators and education partners. The Department of Education recently fined Corinthian $30 million for misrepresentation of job placement rates for students. Applied Materials (AMAT) and Tokyo Electron have called off their merger, which was first announced in September 2013. The companies cited problems with the Department of Justice. CapGemini is buying iGate (IGTE) for $4 billion dollars to enter the US market.
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