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Graham Holdings Reports Q1 Loss Per Share $6.32
Graham Holdings Company Reports Q4 Earnings Per Share $27.25
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Graham Holdings Company is a diversified education and media company. The Company's operations include educational services; television broadcasting; online, print and local television (TV) news; social-media advertising services; home health and hospice care, and manufacturing. The Company's segments include Kaplan Higher Education (KHE), Kaplan Test Preparation (KTP), Kaplan International, television broadcasting and other businesses. KHE consists of Kaplan University. Kaplan University provides a range of certificate, diploma and degree programs. Kaplan's KHE division consists primarily of Kaplan University. KTP includes test preparation businesses in pre-college, graduate, health and bar review, as well as businesses in new economy skills training and in career advising. Kaplan International (KI) operates businesses in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Its other businesses include operations of The Slate Group LLC, which publishes online magazine and additional Websites.
1300 17th St N Ste 1700
Donald E. Graham
Chairman of the Board
Timothy J. O'Shaughnessy
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Wallace R. Cooney
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President - Finance
Denise M. Demeter
Chief Human Resource Officer, Vice President
Andrew S. Rosen
Executive Vice President
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