Corrections Corporation of America

As America's leader and government's most successful partner in corrections, CCA designs, builds, owns and operates prisons, jails, residential reentry centers, and detention centers for federal, state and local governments. The partnership between business and government provides the oversight, accountability and standards of government along with the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of business. CCA benefits America by protecting public safety, employing the best people in solid careers, rehabilitating inmates, giving back to communities, and bringing innovative security to government corrections - all while consistently saving hardworking taxpayers' dollars.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Nashville, US
Founded
1983
Size (employees)
13,755 (est)-2%
Website
cca.com
Corrections Corporation of America was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Nashville, US

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Corrections Corporation of America has offices in Nashville, Dallas, El Paso, Henderson and in 14 other locations
Nashville, US (HQ)
10 Burton Hills Blvd
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Market capitalization (19-Sep-2017)

3 b
Corrections Corporation of America's current market capitalization is $3 b.
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Economic Scene: Prisons Run by C.E.O.s? Privatization Under Trump Could Carry a Heavy Price

Privatization is being portrayed as a surefire way to deliver better services for less public money, but a body of economics suggests this belief is false.

Strategies: Trump’s Win Gives Stocks in Private Prison Companies a Reprieve

In the market rally after Donald J. Trump was elected president, two big beneficiaries were operators of prisons and immigration detention centers.

Donald Trump’s Election Win Is Making This Stock Soar

It's the biggest (stock market) winner in Trump's victory.

Closing Private Detention Centers for Migrants Could Raise More Problems

ICE agents say it could lead to overcrowding and impaired border security.

Obama administration considers closing for-profit immigrant detention facilities

The Obama administration is considering an end to the practice of keeping immigrant detainees in for-profit centers, weeks after the Federal Bureau of Prisons announced it would stop its use of private prisons. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, whose agency includes the immigration servic…

Private prison companies in the US lost more than $2 billion in value—and counting

Earlier this month, the US Department of Justice announced it would move away from using private prison companies for federal inmates, citing inefficiency and problems…
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