Corinthian Colleges Company Profile (NASDAQ:COCO)

About Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)

Corinthian Colleges logoCorinthian Colleges, Inc. has no operations. The Company discontinued instruction at its campuses as of April 27, 2015. The Company was engaged in providing post-secondary education in North America. The Company offered diploma and degree programs in healthcare, business, criminal justice, transportation technology and maintenance, construction trades and information technology programs. The Company closed campuses, including its 13 Everest and WyoTech campuses in California, Everest College Phoenix and Everest Online Tempe in Arizona, the Everest Institute in New York, and Heald College, including its 10 locations in California, one in Hawaii and one in Oregon.

Industry, Sector and Symbol:
  • Sector: Consumer Discretionary
  • Industry: Diversified Consumer Services
  • Sub-Industry: Education Services
  • Symbol: NASDAQ:COCO
  • CUSIP: 21886810
  • Web:
Average Prices:
  • 50 Day Moving Avg: $0.01
  • 200 Day Moving Avg: $0.07
  • 52 Week Range: $0.01 - $1.23
  • Trailing P/E Ratio: N/A
  • Foreward P/E Ratio: -0.46
  • P/E Growth: 0.0000
  • Net Margins: -20.97%
  • Return on Equity: -56.61%
  • Return on Assets: -29.87%
  • Average Volume: 1.19 million shs.
Frequently Asked Questions for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)

What is Corinthian Colleges' stock symbol?

Corinthian Colleges trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "COCO."

How were Corinthian Colleges' earnings last quarter?

Corinthian Colleges Inc (NASDAQ:COCO) announced its quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, February, 4th. The company reported $0.05 EPS for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.02 by $0.03. The business earned $369.90 million during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $373.41 million. Corinthian Colleges had a negative net margin of 20.97% and a negative return on equity of 56.61%. The company's revenue was down 8.9% on a year-over-year basis. During the same period in the previous year, the business earned $0.05 earnings per share. View Corinthian Colleges' Earnings History.

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Shares of Corinthian Colleges can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.

What is Corinthian Colleges' stock price today?

One share of Corinthian Colleges stock can currently be purchased for approximately $0.01.

MarketBeat Community Rating for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ COCO)
Community Ranking:  1.0 out of 5 ()
Outperform Votes:  27 (Vote Outperform)
Underperform Votes:  102 (Vote Underperform)
Total Votes:  129
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Analyst Ratings

Consensus Ratings for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO) (How are Consensus Ratings Calculated?)
Ratings Breakdown: No ratings tracked in the last 12 months.
Consensus Rating:N/A (Score: NaN)
Consensus Price Target: N/A

Analysts' Ratings History for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
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Earnings History for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
Earnings by Quarter for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
Earnings History by Quarter for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ COCO)
DateQuarterConsensus EstimateActual EPSRevenue EstimateActual RevenueRelease LinkConference CallDetails
5/6/2014Q314$0.05$0.03$355.13 million$349.80 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
2/4/2014Q214$0.02$0.05$373.41 million$369.90 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
11/5/2013Q114($0.07)($0.09)$374.90 million$365.00 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
8/29/2013Q4 2013$0.03$0.05$379.66 million$377.50 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
4/30/2013Q3 2013$0.05$0.04$406.24 million$400.20 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
1/31/2013Q2 2013$0.07$0.05$410.30 million$409.70 millionViewN/AView Earnings Details
10/31/2012$0.04$0.06ViewN/AView Earnings Details
8/20/2012$0.11$0.10ViewN/AView Earnings Details
5/3/2012$0.15$0.15ViewN/AView Earnings Details
2/1/2012$0.01$0.04ViewN/AView Earnings Details
11/1/2011($0.02)($0.04)ViewN/AView Earnings Details
8/23/2011$0.12$0.05ViewN/AView Earnings Details
5/3/2011$0.21$0.21ViewN/AView Earnings Details
2/1/2011$0.22$0.23ViewN/AView Earnings Details
(Data available from 1/1/2011 forward)


Earnings Estimates for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
Current Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $0.1000 EPS
Next Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $-0.0300 EPS


Dividend History for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
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Insider Trades

Insider Trading History for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
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Headline Trends for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
Latest Headlines for Corinthian Colleges (NASDAQ:COCO)
DateHeadline logoEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos suspends rules that cracked down on for-profit college abuses - June 15 at 8:43 PM logoCorinthian Colleges (COCO) Receiving Critical Press Coverage, AlphaOne Reports - May 2 at 1:44 PM logoCorinthian Colleges (COCO) Receives Coverage Optimism Rating of -0.19 - April 28 at 9:54 AM logo3,000 New Yorkers may get student loans canceled - April 24 at 9:28 AM logoCritical Press Coverage Extremely Likely to Effect Corinthian Colleges (COCO) Stock Price - April 13 at 8:54 AM logoFor-profit college debt strikers plead with Obama to discharge their loans: 'Don't leave us at the mercy of President Trump' - December 5 at 12:22 PM logoED Lays Out Borrower Defense Regulations for Student Loan Forgiveness - November 2 at 10:31 PM logoThe government is making it easier for students to sue their college - October 28 at 4:03 PM logoThe New York Times editorial board gave the for-profit college industry and Congress a rude awakening - October 20 at 4:17 PM logoElizabeth Warren says government is forcing student borrowers to pay ‘fraudulent debts’ - September 29 at 4:14 PM logoElizabeth Warren Trains Her Sights on a New Target - September 29 at 4:14 PM logoThe Department of Education Drops the Hammer on ITT Tech - August 27 at 9:15 AM logoClass action lawsuit seeks college loan forgiveness for thousands of students - July 14 at 4:23 PM logoObama Administration To Forgive $171M Student, Defunct For-Profit College Debt - June 30 at 12:30 PM logoEducation Department Forgives $171 Million in Debt Owed by Former Corinthian Students - Wall Street Journal - June 29 at 9:31 PM logoObama administration has forgiven $171 million owed by former Corinthian students - June 29 at 8:42 PM logoThe collapse of this college has cost taxpayers $170 million so far - June 29 at 4:47 PM logoObama Administration Floats Plan to Crack Down on Shaky Colleges - June 16 at 11:49 AM logoRule would ease loan debt relief to students at rogue for-profit schools - June 13 at 5:49 PM logoRule aims to protect students from rogue for-profit schools - June 13 at 5:32 PM logoWere your student loans discharged? This is what it means for your taxes - April 20 at 5:25 AM logoDefrauded Students Entitled to Debt Forgiveness - March 25 at 6:02 PM logoFeds offer debt relief to more former Corinthian students - March 25 at 4:56 PM logoWill easier path to student debt forgiveness cost taxpayers billions? - March 25 at 6:01 AM logoCourt may help Corinthian students win relief - March 25 at 6:00 AM logoNewsWatch: College ordered to pay over $1 billion for misleading students - March 24 at 6:43 PM logo​Corinthian Colleges ordered to pay $1.17 billion - March 24 at 4:40 PM logoCollege ordered to pay over $1 billion for misleading students - March 24 at 3:27 PM logoCorinthian Colleges must pay nearly $1.2 billion for false advertising and lending practices - March 24 at 3:31 AM logoCommodity Prices Are Rallying! So What Should You Do? - March 11 at 1:00 PM logo[$$] The Feds and Students vs. Taxpayers - March 3 at 6:55 PM logoAequitas hires bankruptcy counsel, seeks delay of federal trial - March 3 at 4:41 PM logoAngry and in debt, students pressure federal government - February 18 at 9:40 AM logoHow To Find Buy And Manage A Portfolio Of Turnaround Equities - February 16 at 10:12 AM logoWe Should Be Cheering the Death of For-Profit Education -- Here’s Why - November 2 at 10:20 AM logoWill Debt Collectors Continue to Go After Corinthian Students? - October 29 at 1:00 PM logoFor-profit college chain Corinthian liable for $530 million, but will they ever pay? - October 29 at 11:07 AM logoThe Delinquent Borrowers Leading a Student Loans Revolt - October 1 at 8:00 AM logoDemocrats Urge Government to Refund Billions in Student Loans - September 30 at 10:26 AM



Corinthian Colleges (COCO) Chart for Wednesday, July, 26, 2017

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