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The International Monetary Fund on Monday admitted China's renminbi into its basket of currencies -- but whether China will open its capital markets remains to be seen.
Market sentiment remained shaky due to the resumption of IPOs in China, renewed efforts by the securities regulator to clamp down on leveraged buying and concerns about the cooling economy.
The threat, made online by an unidentified person, referred to gun violence on the school's quad at 10 a.m. Monday.
Riyadh may detail a strategy to cope with an era of cheap oil as soon as next month, when the finance ministry presents the 2016 budget plan.
If the Federal Reserve botches its rate hike, money will flee emerging markets, endangering companies that borrowed in dollars and curbing economic growth.
Millennials share tips on how to best leverage graduate school without getting buried in debt.
Who Is Melissa Click? University Of Missouri Professor Resigns Courtesy Position With Journalism School After Confrontation With Student Journalists
Melissa Click, a University of Missouri journalism professor, had a videotaped encounter Monday with student journalists during a protest on campus.
University Of Alabama Students Identified After Videotaped Arrest Goes Viral; Officers Suspended With Paid Leave [VIDEO]
Chief Steve Anderson said he was "deeply disturbed" by what he saw in the videos and disappointed in the response of the officers.
Amid President's Resignation, University Of Missouri Students, Alumni Say Protests A Product Of Longstanding Racial Issues On Campus
Student protests at the University of Missouri -- and its football team's boycott threat -- are in response to longstanding racial issues, students and alumni said.
Head football coach Gary Pinkel said Sunday the group of University of Missouri players threatening to boycott games and team activities have his complete support.
In one case, the online coding school Bloc each week offers two $500 scholarships for military veterans who seek to become developers.
The biggest foreign-exchange stockpile in the world had dwindled previously in 2015 with China's central bank selling dollar assets in an attempt to stabilize the financial system.
Researchers at the University of Chicago found that children from nonreligious households were more altruistic than those who came from faith-based homes.
The health of the U.S. jobs market is one of the key factors in the Fed's thinking over a December rate hike that has aided the dollar's strength.
The president wants less class time spent on preparing for standardized tests. But major players Pearson, Educational Testing Service and Data Recognition Corporation/CTB may stand in the way.
The error has brought the German lender's operational and risk-control deficiencies under the scanner.
Ahmed Mohamed White House Visit: After 'Clock' Arrest In Texas, Teen To Participate In Astronomy Night
The 14-year-old, who was arrested last month in Texas, was to be among 100 participants in an astronomy event Monday evening.
Michelle Obama Launches Website As Part Of 'Reach Higher' Initiative To Help Children Get Higher Education
The campaign, aimed at motivating children to opt for higher studies, will be supported by over 20 media, business and nonprofit groups.
Deutsche Bank announced in September that it will close its investment banking operations in Russia, to “reduce complexity, costs, risks and capital consumption.”
Arizona State University's business school announced it will make its two-year full-time M.B.A. program free starting next fall.
The U.S. Federal Reserve’s latest Beige Book revealed Wednesday how the sector was affected from mid-August through early October.
Bill Banning ‘Religious Doctrine’ In Tennessee Public Schools Called Islamophobic By Muslim Civil Rights Group
The proposal comes after some middle school parents complained that Islam was improperly taught in social studies courses.
Afghanistan was named as the worst performing country for primary enrollment, but the six next most unequal are all in Africa.
More Jobs For New Grads? Employers Want To Hire 15 Percent More College Graduates in 2015-16 Academic Year: Report
Companies looking to hire more graduates are driven by higher employee turnover and more baby boomers retiring.
China’s Foreign Exchange Reserves Fell Again In September, But Rate Of Decline Slows; Markets React With Surge
Chinese stocks rebounded, taking heart from the slowing pace of the fall in reserves, as investors returned to the markets after a week-long break.