Category: Finance

Thousands of Trump University students file to get their money back

Thousands of Trump University students file to get their money back

Trump University lawsuits settled for $25 million

Thousands of former enrollees at Trump University are one step closer to getting back at least some of their money.

More than 3,700 of them have filed claims as part of last year’s …

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Apple drops a supplier and its stock falls 72%

Apple drops a supplier and its stock falls 72%

Apple’s new Clips app makes videos even more sharable

What happens when the biggest tech company in the world stops buying your products?

Apple (AAPL, Tech30) told the British company it plans to stop licensing the firm’s technology in about …

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House price inflation accelerated in February to highest level in four months, official figures show

House price inflation accelerated in February to highest level in four months, official figures show

The average house price in the UK increased 5.8 per cent in the year to February, according to a report released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The house price index climb was faster than the 5.3 percent …

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Borussia Dortmund vs Monaco: Five things we learned from the postponed Champions League match

Borussia Dortmund vs Monaco: Five things we learned from the postponed Champions League match

Mbappe celebrates his tremendous second goal

Teenager Kylian Mbappe scored twice to give AS Monaco a 3-2 win at Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday in a Champions League quarter-final first-leg match that was postponed following an attack on the home team’s …

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Jeremy Corbyn campaign launch live: Labour leader makes first speech of election

Jeremy Corbyn campaign launch live: Labour leader makes first speech of election

Jeremy Corbyn is launching Labour’s election campaign with a speech in London this morning.

He’ll insist a victory for the Tories isn’t sewn up just yet, with seven weeks to go until Britain goes to the polls.

We’ll have the …

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Wales: poll suggests Labour could lose century-long dominance

Wales: poll suggests Labour could lose century-long dominance

The leader of Labour in Wales has warned that Jeremy Corbyn has “a mountain to climb” if the party is to hang on to the dominance it has enjoyed there for almost a century.

Carwyn Jones, the Welsh first minister, …

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Venezuela raises minimum wage again

Venezuela raises minimum wage again

Why Venezuelans are protesting

Venezuela’s president hiked the nation’s minimum wage another 60% on Sunday in response to the country’s ongoing economic crisis.

President Nicolas Maduro announced the change on his weekly television show. It’s the latest in a series …

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Betsy DeVos’s loan overhaul would hurt doctors and lawyers

Betsy DeVos’s loan overhaul would hurt doctors and lawyers

Trump’s budget: Spends on defense, slashes safety nets

Pediatricians. Doctors at veterans hospitals. Public defenders. Legal aid lawyers.

They earn less than their colleagues in the private sector, but they can have just as much student debt.

"I could have …

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Europe is growing faster than Brexit Britain (For real!)

Europe is growing faster than Brexit Britain (For real!)

The rise and fall of the euro

Here’s a surprise: Europe is growing faster than Brexit Britain.

The 19 economies that use the euro — aka the eurozone — expanded by 0.5% in the first three months of 2017 over …

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Scottish council election voting begins

Scottish council election voting begins

Voting will be done in the 4,710 polling places that have been set up across the country

Voting has begun in the Scottish council election.

Polling places across the country will be open between 07:00 and 22:00 on Thursday, with …

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