John Sandman

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Weak Demand Seen for Traditional Business School Degrees

Weak Demand Seen for Traditional Business School Degrees

The two-year MBA slipped compared to one-year and online alternatives in 2016

Oil Futures: Post-OPEC Production Cut a Profit Taking Opportunity

Oil Futures: Post-OPEC Production Cut a Profit Taking Opportunity

After last week's agreement to slash output, oil futures are down.

Oil Futures Up as OPEC Fails to Make a Deal

Oil Futures Up as OPEC Fails to Make a Deal

As a near-term agreement on prices continues to go missing, oil futures spiked Monday.

Brexit Shows Pound Sterling Holding Its Own Against USD

Brexit Shows Pound Sterling Holding Its Own Against USD

A softish landing may be in store for the GBP in the context of a dovish Fed.

Coding Boot Camps See Continued Momentum

Coding Boot Camps See Continued Momentum

Course Report's annual survey finds that the bull market for coding boot camps continues apace.

At 11:59, the Long Island University Lockout Turns into a Pumpkin

At 11:59, the Long Island University Lockout Turns into a Pumpkin

School is in at LIU Brooklyn and Brookdale campuses; faculty returns to class while new contract is yet to be reached.

Public University Endowments Get Hit by Wrong-Way Commodities Bets

Public University Endowments Get Hit by Wrong-Way Commodities Bets

Experts say public--and private--universities are on a several year-long downward trend.

CFPB Requires Make-Good By Online College on Proprietary Student Loans

CFPB Requires Make-Good By Online College on Proprietary Student Loans

Federal consent order describes Bridgepoint Education's deceptive lending practices.

LIU Lockout Keeps Professors on the Street During the First Week of Classes

LIU Lockout Keeps Professors on the Street During the First Week of Classes

Faculty files for unemployment while students fume over sketchy replacement profs.

Post-Great Recession Enrollment Bounce Drives Higher Ed Land Rush

Post-Great Recession Enrollment Bounce Drives Higher Ed Land Rush

New York Fed study concludes that part-time and non-traditional students drive enrollment bounce.