May 2004
Educational Marketer;5/10/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 14, p7
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The article presents information on post-secondary education provider DeVry Inc. DeVry has hired Paul Eppen as senior vice president and chief marketing officer division of Service Master. DeVry's third quarter revenue has increased 16.2% to 196.8 million dollars and its nine-month revenue has increased from 15.8% to 584.8 million dollars. Net income has risen from 9.4% to 16.3 million dollar in the quarter and has decreased 13.5% to 42.4 million dollars for the nine-month period.


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