TERRE HAUTE, Ind.— A company is expanding its search for oil deposits on Indiana State University property. Pioneer Oil Co., based in Lawrenceville, Illinois, signed an oil and gas lease in 2012 with the university, which has collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalties under the deal. The company finished drilling a new test well this week on a grassy area... » Read More
John Hope Bryant, talks about "Operation Hope," the first-ever nonprofit financial service network for underserved communities.
WASHINGTON, Jan 27- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against DeVry University, run by DeVry Education Group Inc, accusing it of deceiving students about post-graduate job prospects. "DeVry Group believes that the FTC's complaint- filed 40 years after DeVry University began publishing accurate graduate employment statistics- is...
WASHINGTON, Jan 27- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against DeVry University, run by DeVry Education Group Inc, on Wednesday alleging the company deceived students about the prospect that they would find work. In a letter to the school posted on the Education Department web site, it said that as condition of further U.S. federal student aid to...
Harvard University still boasts the largest endowment with $36.4 billion, followed by Yale, whose $25.6 billion endowment moved up in the rankings to edge the University of Texas System endowment, which has $24 billion, in the third largest spot. Yale's 11.5 percent investment returns last year beat Harvard's 5.8 percent gain, helping the New Haven,...
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