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A read on students graduating from the top business schools in the U.S., with Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT Sloan, and Conor Grennan, NYU Stern.
CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks with Eric Lima, associate producer of mechanical engineering at Cooper Union in New York City, to discuss what colleges can offer young entrepreneurs.
College is expensive but don't overlook your employer as one way to ease some of the burden.
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Barnes & Noble is spinning off its college bookstore. Executive chairman Michael Huseby, says the company is aiming to stay relevant in the digital world.
Three University of Virginia graduates sue Rolling Stone over discredited 2014 gang rape story.
Online University of Phoenix under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission.
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Free or cheap college is appealing for a number of reasons, but is it the best plan? Some have their doubts.
Peter Cappelli, University of Pennsylvania, and Michael Mitchell, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, discuss the true cost of a college degree and whether students will be priced out of higher learning in the future.
CNBC's Kelli Grant tells you how to save while paying off your student loan debt.
The average debt for "for-profit" schools averages to almost $40,000, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Why college costs are soaring, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
College costs have long outpaced inflation. CNBC's John Schoen looks at whether students and their families are done paying sky-high prices for tuition.
Author Lee Siegel discusses the likely outcome if students defaulted on college loans.
The city of San Francisco has launched an initiative to enroll all incoming kindergarten students into his or her own college savings account. Insight, with Jose Cisneros, San Francisco Treasurer.
Discussing how a business degree compares to a CFA designation, with John Clarke, Tulane University, and Kurt Schacht, CFA Institute.
The donation comes from John Paulson, the billionaire money manager behind Paulson & Co., who graduated from Harvard Business School.