GPM Announces Investigation of Apollo Education Group, Inc. LOS ANGELES---- Glancy Prongay& Murray LLP announces that it is investigating potential claims on behalf of investors of Apollo Education Group, Inc. securities. On this news shares of Apollo Education declined sharply in value, falling $1.09 per share, or nearly 9%, during intra-day trading on October 9, 2015. If you purchased or otherwise acquired Apollo...
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Woodbury University Appoints Four Local Leaders to Board of Trustees LOS ANGELES, Oct. 9, 2015/ PRNewswire-USNewswire/-- Woodbury University today announced the appointment of four new members to its Board of Trustees– including a recent Woodbury graduate. Boeka is a graduate of Stonier School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, currently serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of San...
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Computer science now top major for women at Stanford University SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 9- Computer science has for the first time become the most popular major for female students at Stanford University, a hopeful sign for those trying to build up the thin ranks of women in the technology field. "We've crossed that threshold where women feel supported and comfortable," said Eric Roberts, a Stanford professor emeritus of computer...
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US STOCKS-S&P down slightly, led by energy and financials; Dow, Nasdaq up New York Fed President William Dudley on Friday told CNBC that the Fed could hike rates this year, though it was not a commitment and the move will depend on economic data. The central bank has two remaining policy meetings this year, on Oct. 27-28 and Dec. 15-16. "We've had a super run," said Jon Merriman, chief executive officer at Merriman Holdings Inc in San Francisco.
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