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There’s a Huge Financial Literacy Crisis in America and Here’s How to Fix It

Far too many Americans are in the dark when it comes to how best to manage their finances.

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.

Admission Impossible: Here Are the Toughest Colleges to Get Into

For thousands of high school juniors, it's time to start thinking more about the grades and activities they'll need to be able to be competitive applicants.

Refinance Your Students Loans Now Before Interest Rates Head Higher

With a rising rate environment approaching, anybody holding a student loan should consider refinancing, said Brendan Coughlin, president of consumer lending at Citizens Bank (CFG).

How to Be Happy After Graduation: Choose the Right Major

For new college students, choosing a major sets the course of their lifetime earning potential, yet most students study what they enjoy rather than considering their future income.

Barnes and Noble Education Lists on NYSE; Executive Chairman on New Growth

Barnes and Noble Education (BNED) rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange after officially spinning-off from its parent company, Barnes and Noble (BKS).

U.S. Stocks Open Steady and Mixed on Deals in Lending and Gold

British bank HSBC, (HSBC) in a major revamping of its global strategy, said on Tuesday that it would shed as many as 50,000 jobs as it sells several underperforming businesses.

PwC Financial Literacy Program Targets Students and Their Teachers

Shannon Schuyler, Principal and Corporate Responsibility Leader at PwC, discusses "Earn Your Future," which is a financial literacy program aimed at more than 2.5-million students.

Corinthian Colleges Ceased Operations on 28 Physical Campuses

Corinthian Colleges, a for profit educational institution, says it has stopped all instruction at is 28 remaining physical campuses.