By Shaan Patel Published March 15, 2019 Opinion FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Colleges aren’t completely innocent in cheating scandal: Wall Street Journal board member Wall Street Journal board member Mary Anastasia O’Grady on how the college cheating scandal revealed potential problems about higher education in the U.S. I have been paid $1,000 per hour to tutor students for the SAT. My students have received admission into universities such as Harvard, Princeton and MIT. Continue Reading Below Erica Olsen, who received admission into Stanford after taking my SAT course, was reportedly one of the college students who this week filed a class-action lawsuit against Yale and other institutions for alleged unfair admissions practices amid the largest college admissions cheating scandal in history. (According to FOX News, Olsen is no longer involved in the lawsuit.) I am part of the problem — my SAT … [Read more...] about College admissions scandal: SAT tutor who makes $1,000 per hour says ‘I am part of the problem’
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Hello! Welcome to Dispensed, your weekly dose of the biotech, pharma, and healthcare stories that kept Business Insider’s healthcare team busy this week. I just got back from Seattle – stay tuned next week for some stories gathered from my adventures wandering around the city. We unfortunately had some technical glitches last week, so if you subscribed then, please do so again! Promise it will be the last time. And if you’re new to the newsletter? You can sign up here. While I was out on the road, the healthcare team in New York and San Francisco kept busy, documenting the changes coming to biotech leadership and interesting venture funding. For starters, on Monday Gilead confirmed it had picked Roche Pharmaceuticals CEO Daniel O’Day as its next CEO. Emma Court has the scoop on what direction he might take the company. Roche Pharmaceuticals veteran Daniel O’Day will take over as CEO of Gilead Sciences next year. Wall Street is hoping O’Day … [Read more...] about Dispensed: A secret patch, a $31 million pay package, and Amazon’s ambitions in a $300 billion healthcare-technology market
Employee turnover can be costly for businesses that rely on hourly workers. Desmond Lim Published 11:00 am CST, Thursday, November 22, 2018 Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Reduce Turnover of Hourly Workers With These 7 Tips 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Hourly workers play a significant role in today's economy -- from running operations at restaurants, to transporting goods from one place to another, to getting people to their destinations. Companies from Amazon, Uber and Instacart to local retail, food and logistics businesses are raising wages and offering better … [Read more...] about Reduce Turnover of Hourly Workers With These 7 Tips
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By Drazen JorgicISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday lashed out at U.S. President Donald Trump following his remarks that Pakistan doesn't "do a damn thing" for the United States despite billions of dollars in U.S. aid for the South Asian nation.gi The friction threatens to further worsen already fragile relations between Islamabad and Washington, on-off allies who have repeatedly clashed about the war in Afghanistan and Pakistan's alleged support for Islamist militants. Khan, who assumed power in August and is known for his fiery anti-American rhetoric, said in a series of tweets that "record needs to be put straight on Mr Trump's tirade against Pakistan" over the weekend.Trump, during a Fox News TV interview aired on Sunday, defended cutting aid to Islamabad and also suggested Pakistani authorities knew Osama bin Laden's location prior to his killing by U.S. troops in a raid inside Pakistan in 2011.Pakistan denies supporting Afghan Taliban insurgents … [Read more...] about Pakistan PM Imran Khan lashes out at Trump ‘tirade’