1 of 5 View 5 Items Kamil Zihnioglu, AP A boy plays a game on Xbox at the Paris Games Week in Paris, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. The Paris Games Week, or more commonly called "PGW" is the French show dedicated to video games and its derivatives.(AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu) Related Links From 'Homefront' to 'The Last of Us,' 5 great video games set in Utah Here's why Epic Games made Thanos less powerful in 'Fortnite' after only one day These are the video games that President Trump wants you to avoid SALT LAKE CITY — Yes, it turns out that playing 13 consecutive hours of Fortnite may now be a diagnosable problem. The World Health Organization added "gaming disorder" to the most recent version of the International Classification of Diseases — its list of medical maladies — released earlier this week, and the reaction has been swift and sharp. Many parents, therapists and researchers applaud the move, which they say not only … [Read more...] about Gaming disorder is a thing now — but will that create more problems?
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 18, 2018--Risk management is a core competency for AML professionals, and the need to track evolving regulatory expectations is a key component in defining an organization’s risk management profile. This year’s ACAMS 6th Annual AML Risk Management Conference will focus on the applicable solutions needed to strengthen institutional risk management strategies, tackle emerging risk vulnerabilities and meet regulatory compliance challenges. The conference, centered on the theme “Managing Risk Management’s New Era,” will take place at the New York Marriott Marquis, June 8, 2018.“Compliance professionals must know how to manage risk commensurate with their financial institutions’ business lines and risk appetite, and they have to know when to steer their institutions away from inappropriate risk,” said Kieran Beer, director of editorial content at ACAMS. “This conference is all about bringing together … [Read more...] about ACAMS 6th Annual AML Risk Management Conference
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByDanielle Ivory May 17, 2018 The attorney general of New Jersey said on Thursday that federal education officials had stopped cooperating on issues involving fraudulent activities at for-profit colleges, and requested that the Education Department renew its investigations into the institutions or hand them over to the state. Gurbir S. Grewal, who became attorney general in January, expressed frustration with the officials in a letter to Betsy DeVos, the education secretary. Mr. Grewal said they had ignored requests from New Jersey to work with the state on behalf of students who were defrauded by Corinthian Colleges, a bankrupt for-profit chain. And he raised concerns about the status of investigations by the Education Department into large for-profit institutions like the DeVry Education Group, which paid $100 … [Read more...] about A State Attorney General Calls Out Betsy DeVos on For-Profit Colleges
Abby Jackson, provided by Published 12:15 pm, Monday, May 14, 2018 AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin A special team that investigated for-profit college fraud has dwindled to three members during Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' time in the role. The team emerged during the Obama Administration in the wake of closures to for-profit colleges. The Trump Administration has had a friendlier relationship with the sector. Betsy DeVos, has effectively killed the team within the Department of Education (ED) charged with investigating for-profit college fraud and malfeasance, The New York Times reported. Former employees on the special team, which has now dwindled to three members, have been reassigned to different roles, according to The Times. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing The 'Jeans Queen' On the Future of Retail Cheddar TV Backstage Capital Launches Fund for Black Female Founders Cheddar TV How One Company Is Connecting Front Lawns to the Cloud … [Read more...] about Betsy DeVos has effectively killed the government team that investigates fraud at for-profit colleges
By Danielle Ivory, Erica L. Green and Steve Eder, New York Times Published 5:00 pm, Monday, May 14, 2018 Photo: ERIN SCHAFF /NYT Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 15, 2018. The unwinding of a special team at the Education Department has effectively killed investigations into possibly fraudulent activities at several large for-profit colleges where top hires of DeVos had previously worked. less Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 15, 2018. The unwinding of a special team at the Education Department has effectively killed investigations into possibly fraudulent ... more Photo: ERIN SCHAFF /NYT Education Department unwinds unit investigating fraud at for-profits 1 / 1 Back to Gallery WASHINGTON — Members of a … [Read more...] about Education Department unwinds unit investigating fraud at for-profits