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Forbes

Betsy DeVos Sued Again For Delaying Student Loan Forgiveness
Forbes
A new lawsuit alleges that the U.S. Department of Education, led by Betsy DeVos, is still collecting student loan payments from borrowers who are supposed to receive student loan forgiveness. Here's what you need to know. The Lawsuit. The lawsuit ...
Betsy DeVos sued to get rolling on student loan forgivenessMarketWatch
Betsy DeVos Sued For Failing To Implement Automatic Student Loan Forgivenesswgbh.org

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US loan market readies 2019's first jumbo buyout loan
Reuters
NEW YORK, Nov 15 (LPC) - The US leveraged loan market is looking forward to its first jumbo buyout loan of 2019 after the US$13.2bn acquisition of Johnson Controls International Plc's power solutions business by private equity firm Brookfield Business ...



Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta schools to repay $60M loan early, saving $158000 in interest
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Atlanta Public Schools, which borrowed $60 million this year to cover expenses while waiting to receive tax revenue, will be able to repay that loan six weeks early. The school board authorized the loan, known as a tax-anticipation note, in August ...

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WWMT-TV

Sec. Betsy DeVos faces lawsuit over college student loan debt
WWMT-TV
Earlier this year, DeVos proposed creating a new formula for granting partial loan forgiveness to the students who were defrauded by their schools. DeVos has not yet commented on the latest lawsuit. A spokeswoman for DeVos recently told the New York ...
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Facing Lawsuit Over Student Loan Debt9&10 News
Betsy DeVos should be forced to cancel loans for students at closed campuses, lawsuit saysWashington Post
Lawsuit seeks to force Betsy DeVos to cancel defrauded students' loansUPI.com
Federal Student Aid - US Department of Education -New York Times -NPR -National Student Legal Defense Network
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Forbes

IMF Issues Stark Warning on Leveraged Loans: Speculative Excesses 'Approaching a Threatening Level'
Forbes
An unusually blunt warning about the massive market in leveraged loans from a normally-circumspect International Monetary Fund should give investors pause at a time of rising concern about global financial stability. Fund economists Tobias Adrian ...



NPR

The Benefits Of Taking Out Loans For College
NPR
One of the ways schools have tried to help students cut down on their debt is to stop packaging federal loans with scholarships and grants in financial aid award letters. It could be the case that, even if a student were eligible for a loan, the award ...



Voice of America

Ukraine PM Upbeat on IMF Loan Prospects
Voice of America
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman expects to get new loans from the International Monetary Fund as early as December, once parliament passes a budget of stability that refrains from making pre-election populist moves, he said Thursday.

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FOX 10 News Phoenix

Cops: New teeth for man who stole ID to get loan
FOX 10 News Phoenix
DEBARY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - Before and after photos of Timothy Powell show his mouth full of new dental implants. Deputies said he paid more than $40,000 for the dental work. They say Powell got the money through a loan he applied for, using a DeBary ...

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KELOLAND TV

Dollar Loan Center Loses Appeal To SD Supreme Court
KELOLAND TV
PIERRE, S.D. - Dollar Loan Center has lost its appeal to the South Dakota Supreme Court on whether it could take its case to a state circuit judge. The justices unanimously decided Dollar Loan Center needed to first go through a review by an ...
South Dakota Supreme Court Rejects Dollar Loan Center AppealU.S. News & World Report
South Dakota Supreme Court Rejects Dollar Loan Center's AppealKDLT News

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CNN

Tanzania loses $300 million World Bank loan amid crackdown concerns
CNN
Tanzania's policy of expelling pregnant girls from schools was one of the reasons for the loan to be withdrawn, the source said. The practice dates back to the 1960s, but it has been more widely applied since President John Pombe Magufuli took office ...

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