At today’s shareholder meeting, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon beat back shareholder resolutions to strip him of his board chairmanship and claw back some executive incentive pay for the bank’s recent $2 billion dollar loss from risky trades.
“I felt that just because my parents didn’t make a lot of money, that I should still be able to go to a great university,” Ohio Northern graduating senior Kelsey Griffith said. We look at how debt burdens impact graduating students.
Health officials in Washington have declared a whooping cough epidemic, but the down economy isn’t helping treatment and vaccination efforts.
“Inevitably what happens in Syria has a huge impact in Lebanon. It’s like walking on egg shells and everyone expects those egg shells to crack at some stage,” the BBC’s Jonathan Head said of the violence in Syria that has spread to Lebanon.
Tom Rush is turning to the website Kickstarter to fund his 50th anniversary concert in Boston.
Ever since folk singer Tom Rush recorded his version of Murray McLauchlan’s “Child’s Song” about a young man leaving home, it’s become not only a concert staple for Rush but also a part of many graduation ceremonies.
A professor from Howard University has some advice on what African American high school graduates need to hear when they receive diplomas over the next few weeks.2 Comments | more »
What if you could replace styrofoam with something that biodegrades and doesn’t contain petroleum? That’s what one start-up is trying to do — with mushrooms.3 Comments | more »