This SEC document lists the people involved in the STRA merger. https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1013934/000110465918019863/a18-8964_1425.htm
Stephen G. Shank sold off a tidy sum of CPLA stock. How is Capella making so much money, and why is its stock valued so high?
CPLA is getting positive business attention. What does that mean for workers? I assume that it means they will have to work even harder to make profits by exploiting students and workers.
"Gilligan's total pay was $2.97 million last year compared to $2.84 in 2014, Capella (NYSE: CPLA) said in the regulatory filing....Gilligan's 2014 pay package made him one of the most overpaid CEOs, according to a Minneapolis/St. Paul Business... — read more
Any comments on RightSkill or acquisition of Hackbright? http://seekingalpha.com/article/3991657-capella-educations-cpla-ceo-kevin-gilligan-q2-2016-results-earnings-call-transcript?part=single
Looks like STRA hopes to get $50M per year in cost savings.
We think the CEO of Capella and the President needs to go! When Steve Shank was in control, there was a sense of stability. We CORE faculty often have second jobs to survive as we cannot live on the salaries we receive. Kevin Gilligan, you earn about... — read more
Fire Kevin Gilligan! He is an idiot, and his leadership is an embarassement to we academic folks.
What a sad day in the history of Capella University! Regretfully, Capella has hired a CEO who has a bachelor's degree in business and the current President only has a MBA, and not a doctorate! I think it is about time the MBA"s of Capella transfer... — read more
Mr. Kevin Gilligan should resign from Capella. Mr. Gilligan lacks the educational credentials, and nor is he qualified to lead the university. Perhaps it is time for Capella to re-evaluate its leadership choices.
More than 100 folks are gone this week. Mostly enrollment folks.
It seems that we'll follow the same path that UOP took. It's a shame as we were certainly a better institution (or at least we had more personal integrity and had better core values).
Capella took another big hit recently when it laid off 65 more workers. This time a large team of marketers were gutted to make space for a new marketing team. The strategy of the university is undefined and the lack of leadership and direction have... — read more
If the plan was to try to be different and innovate Capella went the wrong way. The cut people based on tenure. I happened to be lucky to not be impacted but all I have to say to them now is if you want what you've always had then keep the people... — read more
here we go again - any news?
Anyone employed at a for-profit college needs to contact the New York Legal Assistance Group. Your stories are important & you could be included in a class action lawsuit against your school if you have information on any types of fraud committed... — read more
Capella Mentioned in Lead Generating Scams.... http://fortune.com/2014/11/19/business-school-rankings-lead-generation-marketing/