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  • Stay away from red-hot Chinese IPO market

    Jim Cramer examined the recent spate of Chinese companies coming public on U.S. exchanges and explained why they're not worth the investment.

  • Cramer says homegamers should stay away from the red-hot Chinese IPO market

    Jim Cramer examined the recent spate of Chinese companies coming public on U.S. exchanges and explained why they're not worth the investment.

  • CEO Xiaochuan Wang and company Chairman Charles Zhang of China-based Sogou Inc ring the opening bell to celebrate their company's IPO at the New York Stock Exchange in New York, November 9, 2017.

    Jim Cramer examined the recent spate of Chinese companies coming public on U.S. exchanges and explained why they're not worth buying.

  • WASHINGTON— Two women who claim they were defrauded by a for-profit college have sued the Education Department and a private loan servicer in a case their attorneys say could provide a new legal remedy for tens of thousands of students frustrated with the department's inaction on claims seeking loan forgiveness. The lawsuit, filed Sunday in federal court in...

  • Millennial apprenticeship mechanic

    Research: Trade school, not a bachelor's degree, may be better for workers displaced by artificial intelligence and technology.

  • WASHINGTON— Millions of Americans would lose the ability to deduct up to $2,500 in student loan interest under the Republican tax bill, a proposal that education advocates say will make college less affordable. In a letter to top members of the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, the American Council of Education, a leading national higher education...

  • The bill in the Republican-led House of Representatives would increase students' cost of attending college by more than $65 billion between 2018 and 2027, according to an analysis by the American Council on Education, the lead lobby group for higher education. House Speaker Paul Ryan, the most powerful Republican in Congress, told a news conference the tax...

  • WAYNESBURG, Pa., Nov 1- When Mike Sylvester entered a career training center earlier this year in southwestern Pennsylvania, he found more than one hundred federally funded courses covering everything from computer programming to nursing. The Appalachian region has lost about 33,500 mining jobs since 2011, according to the Appalachian Regional Commission.

  • WAYNESBURG, Pa., Nov 1- When Mike Sylvester entered a career training center earlier this year in southwestern Pennsylvania, he found more than one hundred federally funded courses covering everything from computer programming to nursing. The Appalachian region has lost about 33,500 mining jobs since 2011, according to the Appalachian Regional Commission.

  • Cindy Mi, founder and CEO of VIPKID, explains how her edtech start-up provides children in China with an international education.

  • It also underscores how the Communist Party has increased its attention to foreign policy and reflects Xi's growing desire for China to take a global leadership role, analysts said. First mentioned during a speech Xi gave to university students in Kazakhstan in 2013, the plan is a vehicle for China to take a greater role on the international stage by funding...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 20- President Donald Trump is considering nominating Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell and Stanford University economist John Taylor for the central bank's top two jobs, in an apparent bid to reassure markets and appease conservatives hungry for change. Under that scenario, either Powell or Taylor would take the reins from Fed Chair...

  • Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong greets guests during an official visit to the White House on August 2, 2016.

    Citizens of the city-state want to lead their own lives, but they expect much of the government, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells CNBC.

  • A nomination could come within weeks as the term of current Chair Janet Yellen ends in February 2018. He faces a choice between two continuity candidates, Yellen and Governor Jerome Powell, and a clutch of outsiders, including Gary Cohn, currently his top economic advisor, former Fed Governor Kevin Warsh, and Stanford University economics professor John Taylor.

  • A nomination could come within weeks as the term of current Chair Janet Yellen ends in February 2018. He faces a choice between two continuity candidates, Yellen and Governor Jerome Powell, and a clutch of outsiders, including Gary Cohn, currently his top economic advisor, former Fed Governor Kevin Warsh, and Stanford University economics professor John Taylor.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 17- Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it will pay $17.7 million to resolve a probe by U.S. regulators and the Justice Department into potential payment violations related to a federal school broadband program. The Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. telecoms regulator, and the Department of Justice said Verizon had invoiced...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 17- Verizon Communications Inc will pay $17.7 million to resolve a Federal Communications Commission and Justice Department investigation into potential violations of competitive bidding rules for a government program that helps bring broadband service to schools and libraries. The settlement follows an investigation into Verizons...

  • Changes to education publishing hurts short term, but is a long term growth opportunity

    Pearson CEO John Fallon says that disruption in education publishing will hurt his company in the short term, but are a long-term growth opportunity.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 11- Want to increase your chance to get financial aid for college? The sooner the better, said financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz, publisher at Cappex.com. Families were allowed to file the FAFSA for the 2018-2019 school year as of Oct. 1 this is the second year since the Department of Education shifted to the earlier date, from January.

  • Tech companies, White House partner on tech education

    Reed Cordish, White House office of American innovation and assistant to the president, discusses how the country’s largest tech companies are pledging a total of $300 million for computer science education.