Chris Kirkham

Los Angeles Times

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Business reporter for the Los Angeles Times; former reporter for the Times-Picayune

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As part of a deal with the federal government, Corinthian Colleges of Santa Ana is selling or shutting down almost 100 of its for-profit campuses across the country.

Orange County-Based Corinthian Colleges Selling Most Campuses

As part of a deal with the federal government, Corinthian Colleges of Santa Ana is selling or shutting down almost 100 of its for-profit campuses across the country.

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It was a story the news media largely overlooked last week, just before the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

New Coast Guard Rules Hampering Coverage in the Gulf

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It was a story the news media largely overlooked last week, just before the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

New Coast Guard Rules Hampering Coverage in the Gulf

It was a story the news media largely overlooked last week, just before the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

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