Edison Optimistic Of Profitable Future

04/8/2002 | NYTimes.com

For-profit school management firm Edison Schools reportedly has not turned a profit since it first started managing schools in 1995. Yet the company remains optimistic that ancillary businesses, such as professional development courses, software and perhaps headhunting services, could provide more profitable revenue streams, a report says.

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