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These majors have the highest “return on investment” – with graduates earning up to $ 165,000 annually

College students, listen: Business degrees are the most popular undergraduate and graduate students in the United States, but do they pay off? A new report from Georgetown University’s Center for Education and Workforce looked at the return on investment (ROI) of 5,500 corporate programs in more than 1,700 colleges. It found that the value of …

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These majors have the highest “return on investment” – with graduates earning up to $ 165,000 annually

College students, listen: Business degrees are the most popular undergraduate and graduate students in the United States, but do they pay off? A new report from Georgetown University’s Center for Education and Workforce looked at the return on investment (ROI) of 5,500 corporate programs in more than 1,700 colleges. It found that the value of …

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How AI can help predict and avoid sports injuries, improve performance

Imagine a stadium where ultra-high-resolution video feeds and drones carrying cameras track how individual players’ joints flex during a match, how high they jump or run fast, and, using AI, accurately identify the risk of injuries of athletes actually turn. Coaches and elite athletes are betting on new technologies that combine artificial intelligence with video …

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Charles Schwab pays more than $ 186 million in a robo-adviser deal

WASHINGTON- Charles Schwab SCHW -3.18% & Co. Inc. will pay more than $ 186 million to resolve a regulatory investigation that found it did not adequately disclose how keeping a large share of client assets in cash could hurt investment returns. The Securities and Exchange Commission said Schwab’s robo-advisor portfolios kept between 6% and 29.4% …

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Charles Schwab pays $ 186 million in regulatory arrangements for the robo-consultant business

WASHINGTON- Charles Schwab SCHW -2.72% & Co. Inc. will pay more than $ 186 million to resolve a regulatory investigation that found it did not adequately disclose how keeping a large share of client assets in cash could hurt investment returns. The Securities and Exchange Commission said Schwab’s robo-advisor portfolios kept between 6% and 29.4% …

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