Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla criticized the "despicable" testimony of three elite university presidents who were "hiding behind calls for 'context'" before deeming such rhetoric impermissible.
Taco Bell has paused the sale on a new item which included sauces, shells and stain-resistant sheets. The "SOS kit" was marketed to college students who may be snacking in bed while studying.
While putting aside money for your children is important, it's just as vital to teach them saving habits they can take with them into adulthood.
The Freedom Economy Index (FEI) found that small businesses held disdain for college-educated workers and favored blue-collar workers with skills and experience.
The University of Kentucky is one Power Five school that will sell alcohol inside their stadium. Notre Dame and Georgia are two that still do not sell to general admission.
The University of Pennsylvania is among Ivy League schools dealing with backlash from deep-pocketed donor graduates over the school's tolerance of pro-Palestine groups and antisemitism.
A University of Southern California student was returning from a nightclub Halloween night when she was allegedly raped by her Lyft driver.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney discussed the rise in antisemitism at American colleges, arguing the surge in Jew-hatred can be attributed to the radicalization of some baby boomers.
Billionaire donors are withholding gifts to Ivy League colleges like Harvard, Columbia and UPenn over antisemitism on campus in the wake of Hamas' terror attack on Israel.
A group of student panelists join 'The Big Money Show' with reaction to a surge in anti-Israel activism on college campuses across the U.S.
While committing to zero future donations to his alma mater, billionaire investor Leon Cooperman criticized pro-Palestinian Ivy League student protests as "disgraceful, disgusting."
Students at New York University and Georgetown report feeling "a lot of anti-Zionist sentiment" and sometimes physically "at risk" on campus amid pro-Palestinian rallies.
Clifford Asness is the latest major donor to the University of Pennsylvania to halt donations to the school until it addresses antisemitism and free speech issues on campus.
An heir to the Estée Lauder cosmetics empire has informed the University of Pennsylvania that he is "reexamining" his financial support for the school over antisemitism concerns.
Prestigious law firm Davis Polk has rescinded job offers to three Ivy League students who are members of groups that signed letters blaming Israel after terror attacks on the country.
Tuition payment plans offered by nearly 450 institutions allow college students to break up their tuition into interest-free installments, but may be risky, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) said in a recent report.
During the fall, M.B.A. candidates normally lock in jobs for postgraduation the following spring, but that is happening less this year, students and career-guidance offices say.
EasyHealth CEO David Duel, who has Iranian heritage, argues college campuses are "truly domains of preferred speech" after allowing students to advocate for anti-Israel sentiments.
Apollo Management CEO Marc Rowan called for the resignation of UPenn's leadership over an alleged antisemitic event on campus two weeks before Hamas' attack on Israel.
NYU Law School Bar Association student president Ryna Workman had a job offer from a law firm rescinded over Workman's statement defending Hamas' attack on Israel.