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Lee Quane, regional director for Asia at ECA International, discusses findings that reveal the world's most expensive cities for expats.
Opponents of affirmative action in college admissions hope they can cripple the measure when the Supreme Court takes up the issue.
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It's the season of kindness, and contrary to their self-centered stereotypes, millennials are sharing the wealth.
Security has been closely monitoring a Pakistan university attended by Tashfeen Malik on concerns militancy was taking hold there.
When people die without leaving instructions for their donor advised funds account, problems can arise.
Millennials continue to suffer from alarming rates of unemployment, says Citi Foundation's Brandee McHale. Let's put them to work.
Wayfair has 500 jobs right now, and there's a need for digital retailers, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Enrollment in petroleum engineering degree programs appears set to fall, raising concerns about a talent drought in future oilfield crews.
U.S. schools have purchased more Chromebooks than any other device. CNBC met up with the director of product management for Android and Chrome to learn more.
Many Boomers and millennials are planning to work well past typical retirement age, but look what happened to today's retirees.
You might want to check with your insurance agent before buying this season's dangerous holiday toys.
Private equity firms face numerous challenges before making a profit.
One of the nation's top universities called off classes on the first day students are due back from Thanksgiving holiday because of an online threat.
Private international schools in China that do not admit Chinese nationals, have far less red tape to contend with than those that do.
Here's what some millennials already know about the best ways to get the most bang for your buck and stay within a budget this holiday shopping season.
CNBC's Martin Soong discusses the pros and cons for India of having a massive, 500 million-strong workforce.
Here's how to work the new FAFSA rules to your advantage, says NBC News.
According to a a new study, the drinking habits of American men and women are becoming more similar. NBC News reports.
For U.S. employment, it is not about having a college education, but about the type of degree and skill sets, notes Viktor Shvets, head of Asian strategy at Macquarie Securities Group.