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Company has resolved significant legal and regulatory challenges, but major problems remain, including a potential shareholder revolt.
Richard K. Vedder has a lot to say about higher education, and he hasn't exactly had a problem getting heard: He writes regularly for The Wall Street Journal, has published a book about college costs and prices, and has testified before Congress on several occasions.
State regents raise standards for commercial institutions, but seek alternative to 'tax' on the colleges to fund enforcement.
In California, for-profit colleges and state officials fight over appropriate requirements for data on graduation and job placement.
Concorde Career Colleges is latest publicly traded for-profit chain taken over by private investors.
Accreditors and those they accredit consider how to evaluate the fast-growing institutions.
Officials of for-profit Founders College insist that emphasis on liberal arts, not Ayn Rand's philosophy, would distinguish it.
Appeals panel clears way for lawsuit charging for-profit university with defrauding government of billions.
EEOC lawsuit says college company favored enrollment officers with Mormon backgrounds over others.
Sierra Nevada may continue as a nonprofit liberal arts college -- through a deal with Michael Milken's education company.
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