The for-profit "university" bilked students out of $40 million, New York's attorney general says.
No matter how many times we hear that oil prices are cyclical, we tend to believe the present trend is here to stay.
The papers' release is the latest in the ongoing lawsuit from former students against Trump.
"The back office in financial services is finally sexy again."
President Rafeal Correa wants to temporarily raise taxes, offer assets for sale and possibly issue bonds to pay for reconstruction.
The Obama administration's uninformed Cuba policy has allowed the dictatorship to impose its immoral laws onto American companies and citizens.
The agencies requested information on trips, trip requests, pickup and dropoff areas, fares, vehicles, and drivers.
The lending industry should be very afraid. Your friends are a great predictor of whether you'll pay back a loan.
Between 2003 and 2013 California decreased its greenhouse gas emissions by 5.5 percent while increasing its gross domestic product by 17 percent.
At a Wednesday town hall, the senator said he hypothetically wouldn't agree to the second-highest position in the U.S.
Trump is an inveterate liar whose boasting is matched only by his deceitfulness.
The South Korean company says its new HDR Pro TV is four credit cards thin.
Unlike a lot of last-minute shopping, buying a video game can take just minutes.
Who won and who lost as lawmakers head home for the holidays?
A translation of diplomat-speak to commoner language, focusing on why everyone's in Paris and what it all means.
Former White House National Security Adviser Richard Clarke calls the push "unseemly."