MC - where are you able to see that Soros bought 68,900 @ $0.15? Just curious as I searched it, but couldn't find it
When I looked up Socle Education's website and hit selected "contact," it listed the Corinthian Colleges headquarters' address in Santa Ana, California. What do you make of that?
I received a very kind email from Ms. Dunlap at COCO today. She said that all executives are working at 50% pay right now, on top of 10% pay cuts already taken. She restated that the top priority is to complete the sales process, and that the goal is complete the sales process sometime in November. "Let's hope we have something to be thankful for at Thanksgiving," one direct quote from the email, reminded me of the fact that all of these people at Corinthian Colleges are human beings, who are hurting from this situation as much as any student or shareholder. As killing myself is my only real option in the event of total investment loss, I am deciding to stay hopeful at this time as well.
I see some small disposal of shares by COCO executives. Do you see that more have occurred since yesterday?
Because they weren't illegal.
In my opinion, this is a well written summation of what appears to be going on. I'll add that American government hates American companies, free enterprise, and competition. With or without these colleges, American citizens will still go without jobs, as a result of poor government economic policies. They think that they're hurting COCO, but they're hurting the students, employees, shareholders, all people who are part of the 99% that they claim to give a #$%$ about. They don't.
With the SEC issues, I doubt that they would be approved for a stock split, just my opinion.
Thanks for your positive input mystery.
Still own at $0.97. For some odd reason, I decided to delay suicide, but now I have really have no hope, and no choice.
Seriously - where do they think $500 Million is in Corinthian Colleges? The market cap is at $11.83 million and falling. They may as well just sue for $500 Trillion
Go to the COCO website under Investors, then Current Issues and Reports. The "Fact vs Fiction" pdf demonstrates that COCO is consistently standing up against deliberate media disinformation about their company and schools. Also, would someone please look at the list of schools for sale, and then the teach-out list, also posted there 9/3/14. Am I crazy or do I count 95 schools, plus 16 teach-out? Can't get a straight answer on how they've listed 95 schools for sale on the list (39, 39, and then 17), and yet the media and they keep saying that only 85 schools are for sale. I tried to get clarification from Ann Dunlap, but still no answer. Thanks in advance to the person who provides this answer.
There are 1162 Job Openings listed on the Corinthian Colleges website for positions located all over the states and Canada, many if not most of which are full time. Wouldn't the fact that these positions are still listed imply that there is reason to believe that these schools will continue to operate, just under new ownership?
Last year's annual meeting of stockholders was held on Wed, 11/13/2013. If we don't have any news before November this year, then I certainly hope that they at least hold the annual meeting of stockholders to shed some light on the progress that they have made in these recent months. I would imagine that the largest shareholders would demand some type of meeting, update.
Yes, I hope so too. I've put my emotions at bay right now, and am trying to be patient for something positive. Although I do have to say that I am concerned that we've heard nothing recently. Nothing positive nor negative. Perhaps it's a good thing? Time for the noise to settle down so that COCO management can do some serious sales negotiating without the constant bombardment? I'm hoping that the calm is a good thing. Good luck to all
Unfortunately, no earnings release in sight, at least from what I've read and heard.