CECO  Career Education Corporation




Consumer Services


Other Consumer Services

Market Cap.


Vuru Grade


Current Price

+0.03 (+0.45%)

Growth Price

Overvalued by 73.47%

Stability Price

Undervalued by 172.12%

Company Metrics

  • P/E 4.12
  • P/S 0.59
  • P/B 1.30
  • EPS 1.64
  • Cash ROIC -25.07%
  • Cash Ratio 0.94
  • Dividend 0 / N/A %
  • Avg. Vol. 404,002.00
  • Shares 68.46M
  • Market Cap. 462.78M

Company Description

Career Education Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides educational services primarily in the United States. The company operates schools, colleges, and universities that offer doctoral degree, master's degree, bachelor's degree, and associate degrees, as well as diploma and certificate programs in various career oriented disciplines. Its academic programs include career oriented discipli... more

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Career Education to Sell or Close All Its Career Colleges
Bloomberg - May 6, 2015
Career Education Corp., a for-profit college chain, said it will close or sell all of its career colleges following financial losses and a federal regulatory crackdown.
Career Education to close all but two schools - Chicago Tribune
Career Education Corporation Announces Strategy to Focus Resources on Its ... - Business Wire (press release)
Watch For A Sharp Drop In Career Education Corp.
Seeking Alpha - Jan 26, 2016
In 2014, Career Education Corp. or "CEC" received $695 million in federal funds via Title IV of the Higher Education Act.
Career Education 2Q revenues down 15 percent
Chicago Daily Herald - Aug 4, 2016
SCHAUMBURG -- Career Education Corp. reported second quarter 2016 revenues were down 15 percent as the for-profit education company works to rebuild student enrollment following scrutiny over the industry's recruiting practices.
Career Education Names Experienced Education Industry Executive Todd Nelson as ...
Business Wire (press release) - Jul 31, 2015
SCHAUMBURG, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Career Education Corporation (NASDAQ: CECO), a provider of postsecondary education programs and services, today announced that Todd Nelson has been selected to become its President and Chief Executive ...
American Public Education Inc versus Career Education Corp. Head to Head Compare
CML News - Sep 22, 2016
These companies have the same star rating so the head-to-head compare will rely on a deep dive into specific metric comparisons. The CML Star Rating is an objective, quantifiable measure of a company's operating and financial condition.
Career Education Announces Planned Discontinuation of Le Cordon Bleu Operations
Business Wire (press release) - Dec 16, 2015
SCHAUMBURG, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Career Education Corporation (NASDAQ: CECO) today announced that it will begin a gradual process of discontinuing the operations of its Le Cordon Bleu North America colleges of culinary arts.
Career Education plans to close Le Cordon Bleu schools - Chicago Daily Herald
Career Education (CECO) Begins Shut-Down Process of Le Cordon Bleu North America - StreetInsider.com
Career Education Corporation's (CECO) CEO Todd Nelson on Q2 2016 Results ...
Seeking Alpha - Aug 4, 2016
These risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to those factors identified in Career Education's annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2015, and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Career Education Corporation: Mr. Market Is Waking Up
Seeking Alpha - Mar 8, 2016
Despite the stock's advance, and leading metrics, the stock still trades at a negative EV when including the tax deferred assets.
Career Education Corporation Reports Results for First Quarter 2016
Business Wire (press release) - May 4, 2016
Career Education Corporation will host a conference call on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Eastern time to discuss its first quarter 2016 results.
Career Education to wind down Le Cordon Bleu operations
MarketWatch - Dec 16, 2015
Career Education Corp. CECO, -2.13% said Wednesday that it will start winding down operations of its Le Cordon Bleu North America colleges of culinary arts, after failing to reach a suitable deal with potential buyers.