Finance & Economy

Unemployment, loan debt make graduate degrees less appealing to some

With unemployment still unsteady and student loan debt at its highest ever, students are questioning whether […]

Oct. job numbers not good enough, experts, critics say

The latest U.S. job numbers released on Friday suggest relatively little change compared to the unemployment […]

BU community weighs in on growing increase in loan debt

Robert Lee, a College of Arts and Sciences freshman, said his student loans and financial aid […]

BU spends $70 million on summer construction projects, renovations

BU spends $70 million on summer construction projects, renovations

Boston University spent about $70 million this summer in new construction and campus renovations, university officials […]

Judge extends Occupy’s temporary restraining order against city

A judge extended Occupy Boston protesters’ restraining order against the city of Boston until Dec. 15, […]

Study reports income inequality a growing trend in Boston

Income inequality has increased in Boston over the past 20 years despite the fact that the […]

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Fee free: Occupy demonstrators encourage opening credit union accounts

Fee free: Occupy demonstrators encourage opening credit union accounts

Ida Keir persuaded her daughter to switch from a “corporate bank” to a credit union in […]

Students say Obama’s loan proposal has potential to alleviate debt

When Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Sabrina Klein heard about President Barack Obama’s proposal […]

BU students express frustration over new Bank of America annual charges

Melissa Lam is thinking about switching bank accounts after hearing that Bank of America will start […]

Mass. to increase benefits for unemployed residents

The Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced on Monday that it would increase […]