Private equity firms face numerous challenges before making a profit.» Read More
Missouri University President Tim Wolfe announced his resignation after his comments sparked protests, CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Although the majority of millennials said they need life insurance, only 11 percent said they're likely to buy it.
Which presidential candidates are college students buzzing about? Students from across the country weigh in.
After the Credit CARD Act, the number of college kids getting cards has dropped. But credit cards are a good way to build credit if you do it right.
Thanks to a tiny amendment in last week's budget bill, you may soon be getting a lot more robocalls on your cellphone.
Millennials invest less in the stock market than baby boomers do — and when they do, they're favoring very different stocks.
Republican candidates offered alternative solutions for rising college costs and mounting student loan debt.
Here's how a secured credit card can help you establish or rebuild your credit score.
Simon Leung, vice chairman and executive director of game and mobile internet developer NetDragon Websoft, outlines the objectives of acquiring interactive education company Promethean.
Sal Khan, Khan Academy executive director, discusses how he is reinventing the way people learn by providing online access to education.
Billionaire David Tepper tells CNBC that investors who bought into rumors he might take a position in SunEdison must be smoking too much pot.
CNBC's Kelly Evans talks with Carnegie Mellon Chairman James Rohr about rebuilding the city of Pittsburgh. It's really a spectacular place, says Rohr. Also a look at innovation at Carnegie Mellon University.
CNBC's Kelly Evans talks with Appaloosa Management President David Tepper about the building of the Tepper Quadrangle at Carnegie Mellon University, the markets and his top stock picks.
This building is going to "walk the walk," says David Tepper, Appaloosa Management president, talking about a new academic vision at Carnegie Mellon University.
Abolishing the one-child policy will give China a quick boost in consumer spending but it might be too little, too late for raising near-term productivity, says the Motley Fool Singapore CEO, David Kuo.
China is still behind the curve after changing its longstanding one-child policy, according to Clayton Dube, professor and director at USC US-China Institute.
A Georgetown University study finds that the number of working students has grown as college enrollment and tuition have increased.
Health-care expenses in retirement are climbing. Sharon Epperson shares tips on how to plan to make sure you're covered.
Presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, (R-Fla.), talks about the issues he would like to address in the campaign, like revolutionizing education and closing the wage gap.
Gov. John Kasich of Ohio shares his plan to help prevent students and taxpayers from feeling the economic burden of more than $100 billion in student loans in the U.S. Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida shares his solution.