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Jim Cramer: Villanova’s Leadership Model Led to NCAA Title

Villanova's leadership culture, starting at the top with coach Jay Wright, is really what led to the teams NCAA basketball title, says Jim Cramer.

5 Attractive Cities for Out-of-State College Graduates

A high cost of living in Washington, D.C. isn't preventing out-of-state college grads from moving to the nation's capital.

Rising Through the Ranks: Interview With Equinix CEO Steve Smith

West Point graduate Steve Smith has been the CEO of Equinix since 2007.

Rising Through the Ranks: Interview With Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky

Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky said that since sixth grade, he dreamed of attending West Point.

Fast Growing San Marcos, Texas Hopes to Attract New Businesses

Amazon's new Texas fulfillment center isn't open yet, but it is already advertising for open positions.

How New NCAA Rules Will Change This Year's NBA Draft Combine

Recent change in NCAA rules will allow student athletes to attend the NBA draft combine without forfeiting their eligibility to play in college.

Four Smart Small Caps: Financial Engines, Taser, 2U and LKQ

Shares of Financial Engines are down 20% so far this year, but the retirement solutions provider should see its fortunes improve once its latest acquisition starts paying off.

Three Stocks to Short Where Negative Sentiment Runs High

Slowing global growth, uncertainty surrounding interest rate policy, and depressed commodity markets are creating short opportunities in names like Textainer, 2U and Wynn Resorts.

University of Phoenix Owner Fetches $1.1B From Private Equity Group

Apollo Education Group has accepted a $1.1 billion takeover offer from a group of buyout firms led by Vistria Group.

U.S. Stocks Open Sharply Lower on Oil, Earnings and Fed Worries

U.S. stocks opened sharply lower as oil prices fell again, and investors fretted about earnings and what's next for the Federal Reserve.