Yale University is set to open a college in Singapore, the first foreign outpost in its 312-year history, bringing an elite brand to a country that has seen other U.S. universities come and go.
Life insurers are secretly profiting from death benefits owed to the survivors of service members and other Americans.
Former University of Nevada-Las Vegas basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian is in good condition after suffering a mild heart attack yesterday, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
State universities may take the rare step of declaring a fiscal crisis in order to fire tenured faculty members, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
After Symetra Financial Corp. was formed in 2004, the life insurer set up shop in a 25-story glass tower outside Seattle, put its name on the building and pushed the state to adopt more favorable rules for its business.
President Barack Obama called on Congress today to add $5 billion for expansion of a clean-energy manufacturing tax credit to encourage job creation.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. said it will close its Harrah’s casino in Tunica, Mississippi, eliminating 1,300 jobs because of declining business and increased competition.
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