For-profit Edison Schools' stock yesterday sank to an all-time low of $5.13, indicating that investors may be reluctant to sink money into the company. While Edison's recent contract to run 20 schools in Philadelphia can be called a victory, many analysts and investors originally had thought it would get control of the whole district, a report says. Some analysts say the company may need to branch out into new services to stay afloat.

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