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FTC Chief Downplays How Many Students DeVry Allegedly Defrauded
The Federal Trade Commission's lawsuit suggests as many as 300,000 students were defrauded. The FTC's chairwoman said the figure is much smaller.
FTC Warns Vets That For-Profit Colleges 'Lie About How Well Their Graduates Fare'
Attorney, advocate, writer at RepublicReport.org
The Federal Trade Commission may be ready to get tough with America's for-profit colleges. That makes sense. The business model of many for-profit colleges is built on deception -- if students actually had all the relevant information, they wouldn't enroll.
Call on the FTC to Fix the Patent Litigation Mess and Patent Privateering
Former Policy Director of the Federal Trade Commission and pub...
Patent privateering changes the dimensions and threat of patent litigation. In the patent ecosystem, firms may be reluctant to sue or may reach efficient accommodations with other firms that possess IP because of the threat of countersuit -- which could lead to mutually assured destruction.
Obama Expected To Name New Head Of FTC
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