Senate rejects governments push to deregulate universities | Editorial Board

Senate rejects governments push to deregulate universities | Editorial Board It was the fourth annual bill that had been proposed by the Progressive Conservative Party's Alberta New Democratic Party, which wanted to increase oversight, oversight, funding and regulations for universities. But Premier Rachel Notley's party lost the vote Friday, 13-11, with three MLAs absent. NDP MPN Doug Currie, who opposes the government's bill, said the government's own research and development programs have produced a "lot more value than what's going on at our government-owned universities." "There are already programs that would reduce the…Více …

Macquarie back to billion dollar profits at $40 a share – which might have kept them in business, after all

Macquarie back to billion dollar profits at $40 a share - which might have kept them in business, after all. But at what cost? Why does it cost $70 a share for Australia to buy the Chinese firm? Why are people paying $80 a share for a company with a $40 billion business and then spending it to buy a $40 billion company? A trillion dollars is money, but when you buy that much, it makes all the difference between money and life. So I asked a financial guru: Do the Chinese want…Více …