they are planning to sell off the company.
Topics regarding layoffs at QuinStreet Inc.
Another client in QuinStreet's education vertical. https://www.gradreports.com/colleges/uei-college
Share price down 29 percent. Was it just that the revenue predictions were off?
Not sure how much business the Quinstreet education vertical gets from Education Affiliates, but they are in trouble. Fortis is one of their schools. https://www.thelayoff.com/fortis-colleges-and-institutes... — read more
*Recruiting Manager to Executive at DeVry (1979-1989) *President of The Art Institute of Seattle (1990 to 1993) *President of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale (1994-1998) *Senior Vice President of Marketing of Education Management Corporation... — read more
Great piece showing the dark underbelly of the education vertical. https://static.wixstatic.com/ugd/60a689_17a29c6117724345af1ed98cac2c45e2.pdf
Rich getting richer...check out the insider trades... https://fintel.io/n/us/qnst
Purdue University bought Kaplan University for a dollar. This gives Kaplan and its parent company Graham Holdings lots of profits without all the worries. It's still a subprime college. https://www.thelayoff.com/kaplan-university... — read more
RegalView is hiring. Seems like a good match. More about the firm is in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeISaoQDh2g
QuinStreet client Trident University International was recently caught recruiting new widows at a tragedy grief session hosted by tragedy assistance program for survivors. Does anyone think that's wrong?
Deutsche Bank has reduced its interest in QNST by 62%. I wonder what they know. https://fintel.io/so/us/qnst
QuinStreet has been working with Education Dynamics, their chief competitor in subprime college lead generation. When the CFO talks about the percentage of income coming from for-profit colleges, do they include Education Dynamics?
It's interesting to see the transactions of QNST shares on 2-13-2018 and 2-14-2018. A certain person sold a big chunk of shares, then his alma mater sold out their 58,824 shares the next day. Small world, isn't it? https://fintel.io/so/us/qnst
FOSTER CITY, Calif., May 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- QuinStreet, Inc. (Nasdaq:QNST), a leader in performance marketing products and technologies, today announced that it will meet with investors in one-on-one meetings on May 17, 2018 in New York... — read more
NEW YORK and SAN DIEGO, May 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman *QuinStreet-owned websites experienced phony, low-quality traffic for its clients; *the Company’s practices were not geared toward providing its clients with... — read more
Wow, what a great turnaround in ethics ;-) No mention of the Turner case, the Rosen lawsuit, or the targeting of veterans for subprime colleges. Think QuinStreet paid for the recognition? Journaya's aka is LeadiD. "FOSTER CITY, Calif., April 30, 2018... — read more
"The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, announces that it is investigating claims on behalf of investors of QuinStreet, Inc. ("the Company") (NASDAQ: QNST) for violations of §§10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange... — read more
QuinStreet is misleading shareholders by stating that their education vertical consists mostly of not-for-profit clients. While the claim may be true, it's very misleading. For example, one of QuinStreet's biggest clients is Purdue University Global... — read more
Looks like QNST has made a major turnaround in the last month. They are now making a huge profit and everyone is happy! Not only that, but the company has become highly ethical. https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/QuinStreet-Reviews-E30809.htm
Having seen COCO, EDMC, ESI, APOL and other train wrecks years before their crashes, a bit of guidance you can take or ignore. Quinstreet's survival is all up to its leadership and its workers. If QNST wants to survive, it will have to find a... — read more
Despite a "buy" call by Barrington Research, short interest on QNST shares has been increasing dramatically. I wonder if any insiders are lending out their shares. Looks like more shorts moved in after some key sales (and no buys) by insiders... — read more
"Horrible job. Do not lower yourself to this. Corrupt and unrewarding line of work." Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Beaverton, OR Doesn't Recommend Negative Outlook No opinion of CEO I worked at QuinStreet full-time (More than a... — read more
Profits before people, not just naïve consumers but also with workers. Imagine being at the lowest level at QNST, having to lie all day. The short-term money comes from trying to jack up the stock price. Reducing labor costs is one strategy. The... — read more
Does anyone work for the Military Advantage account? If so, do you feel guilty about targeting desperate veterans for questionable home loans?
I've seen this happen several times. Workers will become more conscious of what's going on in the company and they'll start talking. It happened with Corinthian Colleges and continued with EDMC, ESI, DV, APOL, and BPI. Some of these predators have... — read more
Is QuinStreet trying to cover its tracks regarding its exploitation of veterans?
ArmyStudyGuide.com, a QuinStreet site, is a lead generator for Fortis, Harris School of Business and other subprime colleges. Is there any American at QuinStreet who cares about this? What do you think the outcomes will be for those who get snagged... — read more
Check out the Chronicle of Higher Education's expose on Bridgepoint (Ashford University), a client of QNST. "This does not pass the smell test," said Carrie Wofford, president of Veterans Education Success. "How could a company that’s headquartered... — read more
Who are QuinStreet's clients? Their most lucrative clients are predatory for-profit colleges. From the latest quarterly report: To date, we have generated a large portion of our revenue from our education client vertical, and nearly all of that... — read more
I'm not the first person to ask. Why are there so many foreigners at QuinStreet? Can't Americans do the job? Or is that foreigners have fewer reservations about ripping off veterans and other vulnerable consumers? http://h1bdata.info/topcompanies.php... — read more
Another Quinstreet client is in financial trouble. Check out the latest analysis of the Kaplan Purdue Global deal at Forbes.
pump, pump, pump, pump https://www.thelayoff.com/t/10emvb25
Layoff Alert, QuinStreet business continues to dwindle and leaks are becoming holes. The founder and CEO is looking to move the business and cash out!
What do you think about the sale of the higher ed vertical to Education Dynamics? https://www.streetinsider.com/PRNewswire/EducationDynamics+Acquires+Assets+of+QuinStreets+Higher+Education+Vertical/17317713.html
QuinStreet continues to rip off veterans. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/militarycom-how-largest-most-trusted-military-website-dahn-shaulis
How many other places is QuinStreet preying on service members and vets with third party websites? I imagine there must be at least one or two people at QuinStreet that think its wrong to be preying for the most vulnerable people who serve... — read more
"From 2009 to 2015, $10 billion in G.I. Bill benefits went to for-profits. "One of the most upsetting stories in the film is that of Murray Hastie, an Iraq War veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder whose Google search led him to GIBill.com, a... — read more
QuinStreet remains active in attracting the attention of military-connected students through Military.com. Military.com provides resources relating to help pursuing an education8 and how best to utilize GI Bill benefits.9 Military.com maintains the... — read more
Looks like this report really hit the nail on the head. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4138748-quinstreet-move-spam-company-junk-folder