Posted: Wed, December 31st, 1969
Last updated: Wed, December 31st, 1969
Americans Borrowed Less for College Last Year
Families borrowed only 22 percent of the cost of college, down from 27 percent in the prior two years, according to student lender Sallie Mae.
SeaWorld, Southwest Airlines Ending Partnership
The airline had been urged by animal rights activists to terminate the relationship following "Blackfish" documentary.
Target Taps PepsiCo Exec as CEO for Needed Shakeup
Brian Cornell is the first outsider to lead Target, and he has his work cut out for him following last year's massive data breach.
Stocks Drop over 1% on Europe, Rate Hike Fears
Stocks dropped over 1 percent, as a fall in European inflation fueled worries about deflation there amid concerns the Fed will hike interest rates soon
McDonald's Ruling Might be Good News for Labor
A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board will change how McDonald's deals with labor disputes and could lead to some industries beng more unionized