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  • Hillary Clinton announces debt-free college plan

    The proposal would provide free tuition for families with incomes up to $125,000 at in-state public universities.

  • *About 125,000 EU students study at UK universities. LONDON, July 4- Britain's vote to leave the European Union has left the country's universities with a problem to solve-- how to plug a funding gap and maintain prestige if the flood of students from across the EU slows to a trickle. After the referendum, she considered taking a place instead at Italy's Bocconi...

  • *About 125,000 EU students study at UK universities. LONDON, July 4- Britain's vote to leave the European Union has left the country's universities with a problem to solve-- how to plug a funding gap and maintain prestige if the flood of students from across the EU slows to a trickle. After the referendum, she considered taking a place instead at Italy's Bocconi...

  • *About 125,000 EU students study at UK universities. LONDON, July 4- Britain's vote to leave the European Union has left the country's universities with a problem to solve-- how to plug a funding gap and maintain prestige if the flood of students from across the EU slows to a trickle. After the referendum, she considered taking a place instead at Italy's Bocconi...

  • Donald Trump speaks to a crowd of supporters during a campaign rally on June 18 in Phoenix, Arizona.

    Trump Institute allegedly lured vulnerable customers with false promises of wealth, this time using plagiarized material, the New York Times reports.

  • Executive Edge: Future of education

    Dan Rosensweig, Chegg CEO, discusses Yahoo's future and the changing look and cost of digital classrooms.

  • Executive Edge: Tech check

    Dan Rosensweig, Chegg CEO, weighs in on Brexit sentiment in the U.K. and shares his thoughts on the future of technology development.

  • Advisor

    Some 36 percent of Americans have no understanding of what a financial advisor does. Here's what several are doing to get the word out.

  • BOSTON, June 20- Harvard University will rely more on outside money managers to oversee the Ivy League school's $37.6 billion endowment as it scales back on making direct stock picks, it said on Monday. Michael Ryan, head of public markets and absolute return strategies at Harvard Management Co, is leaving and more jobs in the internal equity team will be...

  • MUMBAI, June 18- Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, who has faced criticism from members of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party for not lowering interest rates enough, said on Saturday he would step down when his term ends on Sept. 4. Rajan, who is on leave from the University of Chicago, joined the RBI in September 2013, when the country was facing...

  • We need significant reforms: Russian FinMin

    Russian finance minister Anton Siluanov explains which sectors of the economy need to be reformed, such as the state, health and education sectors.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 16- The funding status of U.S. public worker pension plans remained nearly unchanged in 2015, according to a new study. State and local pension plan funding rose from 73 percent in 2014 to 74 percent in 2015, based on actuarial valuations, according to a study released on Thursday by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.

  • TORONTO, June 15- The Canadian province of Ontario said on Wednesday it will provide up to C $85.8 million to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to help fund training and research. Ontario, home to much of Canada's auto industry, said the funding will support a joint Fiat Chrysler and University of Windsor research and development facility as well as training related to...

  • Fighting for education with the Happy Hearts Fund

    Petra Nemacova, Happy Hearts Fund Founder, and Tina Lindstrom, Blueshift Capital Group Principal, discuss the Happy Hearts Fund's second-annual "Fight for Education" charity event to help victims of natural disasters.

  • June 10- The ACT college-entrance exam was canceled Saturday for all test-takers in South Korea and Hong Kong in the latest example of how an East Asia cheating epidemic is roiling American higher education. The incident marked the first known cancellation of the high-stakes exam for an entire country, according to ACT spokesman Ed Colby.

  • June 10- The ACT college-entrance exam was canceled Saturday for all test-takers in South Korea and Hong Kong in the latest example of how an East Asia cheating epidemic is roiling American higher education. The incident marked the first known cancellation of the high-stakes exam for an entire country, according to ACT spokesman Ed Colby.

  • Is college the answer?

    Jeff Selingo, "Life AFter College" author, and Patrick Chung, Xfund Partner, debate the merits of students taking a gap year before college, or even going to college at all.

  • BERLIN, June 8- A start-up founded by three university students has become one of Germany's fastest growing tech firms without taking any outside investment, until now. On Wednesday, the company, Celonis, will announce it has taken $27.5 million in venture funding in a first round led by the London arm of global investor Accel Partners and 83 North, the...

  • BERLIN, June 8- A start-up founded by three university students has become one of Germany's fastest growing tech firms without taking any outside investment, until now. On Wednesday, the company, Celonis, will announce it has taken $27.5 million in venture funding in a first round led by the London arm of global investor Accel Partners and 83 North, the...

  • BERLIN, June 8- A start-up founded by three university students has become one of Germany's fastest growing tech firms without taking any outside investment, until now. On Wednesday, the company, Celonis, will announce it has taken $27.5 million in venture funding in a first round led by the London arm of global investor Accel Partners and 83 North, the Israeli...