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  • Navient considered settling. Then Trump won.. In the final months of President Obama’s administration, the government’s top consumer regulator was negotiating a large settlement with the student loan collector Navient, which it said had misled borrowers and
  • Amazon to raise minimum wage to $15 for U.S. workers. Amazon said on Tuesday that it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for its United States employees, a rare acknowledgment that it was feeling squeezed by political pressure and a tight labor market.
  • 6 ways to avoid the college debt trap. In his recent New York Times article: “The Student Debt Problem Is Worse Than We Imagined”, author and senior director for post secondary education at the Center for American Progress, Ben Miller stated
  • The economic future isn't what it used to be. Lehman failed ten years and two weeks ago; this coming Wednesday will be the 10th anniversary of the enactment of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, aka the bailout. While many tout its successes, the reaility
  • The old rules of the workplace aren't working for women. The number of female chief executives in Fortune 500 companies is 5 percent and has actually declined—by 25 percent—over the past year. The New York Times gathered 250 of the boldest, most powerful, most successful



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