Prospective college students overlooking billions of dollars in aid

opinion The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic aftermath have disrupted so much of our day-to-day lives, forcing many Ohioans to rejuggle their finances and reconsider plans for the future. Faced with an economic downturn and job losses, hard-pressed Ohioans are reconsidering whether they have the resources to pay for a college […]

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The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic aftermath have disrupted so much of our day-to-day lives, forcing many Ohioans to rejuggle their finances and reconsider plans for the future. Faced with an economic downturn and job losses, hard-pressed Ohioans are reconsidering whether they have the resources to pay for a college education — whether they are families hoping to fulfill a son’s or daughter’s college dreams or working adults who want to advance their job prospects by earning a career-boosting degree.

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(Bloomberg) — Oman’s biggest phone company is weighing the sale of its tower network, a deal that may fetch about $500 million, according to people with knowledge of the matter. © Bloomberg Residential buildings in Muscat, Oman. State-controlled Oman Telecommunication Co., valued at 474 million rials ($1.2 billion), is seeking […]