May 22, 2018

The class of 2008 has some advice for the class of 2018

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(U.S. Edition) European politicians will get to grill Facebook CEO later today about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, over a month after U.S. Congress members questioned him. We'll discuss what to expect from his upcoming testimony. Afterwards, we'll talk about why…

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The class of 2008 offers advice to the class of 2018

May 22, 2018
Graduates from the Great Recession at the University of Arkansas returned to give advice to this year's graduates.
Graduates from 2008 and 2018 met at the University of Central Arkansas for a roundtable discussion.
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The Supreme Court just made class-action lawsuits harder to join

May 22, 2018
We spoke with one of the co-founders of SCOTUSblog about the implications of the ruling.
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(U.S. Edition) European politicians will get to grill Facebook CEO later today about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, over a month after U.S. Congress members questioned him. We’ll discuss what to expect from his upcoming testimony. Afterwards, we’ll talk about why a rising share of American households seem to be having trouble paying off their credit card debt. Plus: As part of our “Divided Decade” series, which looks at the financial crisis 10 years later, we asked 2008 college grads to share lessons about the job market with class of 2018. (05/22/2018)

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