Tony Tyler, ΙΑΤΑ: From air navigation service monopolies to customer-focused members of the air transport value chain

Tony Tyler, ΙΑΤΑ: From air navigation service monopolies to customer-focused members of the air transport value chain
Thank you for the kind invitation to lead-off this round table discussion with a few thoughts from the perspective of IATA. The timing of this discussion is quite unique. It comes at the confluence of three facts:

First, in a few weeks Italy will take on the important role of Presidency of the European Union. This is a critical opportunity to influence the direction of the European Union as it continues to emerge from the financial crisis. Read More >

Report: States Have The Power To Rein In For-Profit Colleges, They Just Don’t Use It

Report: States Have The Power To Rein In For-Profit Colleges, They Just Don’t Use It

(Xavier J. Peg)

The for-profit college industry has been widely criticized for spending a disproportionate amount of its money — much of it coming from federal student loans — on marketing while having a dropout and loan default rate that is much higher than non-profit schools. Is it possible to have for-profit schools that aren’t just student loan mills?

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