Oct 1, 2019

Exclusive: Aspen report finds U.S. losing innovation edge

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The shift in higher education funding since the Great Recession

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The federal government has had to shoulder more of the country's higher education costs as state investments have declined the past 20 years — and especially after 2008's Great Recession — an analysis from the Pew Charitable Trusts shows.

The state of play: Education funding has experienced a large shift as federal funding programs based on student need surged while state funding for research and public universities withered.

Go deeperArrowOct 15, 2019

The brewing storm for Big Tech

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The backlash against Big Tech is on track to escalate around the world in 2020 and with more concrete consequences.

Driving the news: Just this week The Verge published leaked audio of Mark Zuckerberg's internal Facebook meetings, wherein he claimed Facebook would win the legal challenge posed by Elizabeth Warren if she were elected president.

Go deeperArrowOct 5, 2019

2020 Democrats lay into Big Tech "monopolists"

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Key Democratic presidential hopefuls displayed their divisions and agreements over what to do about the power of Big Tech in a lengthy chunk of Tuesday night's debate.

What they're saying: Sen. Elizabeth Warren outlined the most comprehensive antitrust-enforcement approach.

Go deeperArrowOct 16, 2019