Apollo Group Names New CEO; Capella Searches for One

July 2008
Educational Marketer;7/21/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p3
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The article offers updates related to for-profit universities & colleges in the U.S. Phoenix, Texas-based Apollo Group Inc. has named Charles Edelstein for its president position. Meanwhile, Ken Sobaski has resigned as president and chief operating officer of Capella University after the school has decided to focus its ongoing search candidates for chief executive officer (CEO) position Minneapolis, Minnesota.


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