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Tue, Nov 15 2016

BRIEF-Corecivic extends contract for the McRae correctional facility

* Corecivic extends contract for the McRae correctional facility

BRIEF-CCA reports third quarter 2016 financial results

* Corrections Corp Of America sees fy2016, adjusted diluted eps of $1.80 to $1.81

BRIEF-Cca awarded new management contract at Cibola County Corrections Center

* CCA awarded new management contract at Cibola County Corrections Center

BRIEF-Corrections Corporation of America rebrands as Corecivic

* Says under Corecivic brand, company will provide three distinct business offerings

BRIEF-Corrections Corp Of America sees q3 EPS $0.43 to $0.45

* Sees q3 earnings per share $0.43 to $0.45, sees fy 2016 earnings per share $1.73 to $1.75, sees fy 2017 earnings per share $1.33 to $1.43

BRIEF-London Co reports 0.02 pct passive stake in Corrections Corp Of America

Oct 11 The London Company Reports 0.02 Pct Passive Stake In Corrections Corp Of America

UPDATE 2-U.S. to review use of private immigration prisons, shares slide

WASHINGTON, Aug 29 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will study whether to discontinue using privately run detention centers, which the Justice Department recently called unsafe, for migrants and shares of private prison operators fell on Monday after the news.

Shareholders in U.S. private prison company sue over phase-out

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Shareholders in Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), whose value fell sharply following a federal government decision to phase out private prison contracts, sued the for-profit prison company this week alleging they were misled ahead of the government's announcement.

Shareholders in U.S. private prison company sue over phase-out

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Shareholders in Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), whose value fell sharply following a federal government decision to phase out private prison contracts, sued the for-profit prison company this week alleging they were misled ahead of the government's announcement.

Shareholders in U.S. private prison company sue over phase-out

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, Aug 24 Shareholders in Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), whose value fell sharply following a federal government decision to phase out private prison contracts, sued the for-profit prison company this week alleging they were misled ahead of the government's announcement.

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