All posts tagged "finance"

  • College of Arts and Sciences still thrives despite cuts

    By Lyndsey Newport — On Sept. 29 faculty assembled to hear the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Kimberly Kempf-Leonard speak about what this year holds for the college. “School year 2017-2018 will also be...

    • Posted October 2, 2017
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  • Features
    Learning about credit now, saves later

    By Meghan Breen — Credit scores can either open or close doors when preparing for life after college. Commonwealth Credit Union’s branch manager Glenn Griffin and financial service representative Emily Slone say students need to prepare by...

    • Posted September 25, 2017
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  • Ad loss hammers Cardinal amid financial crisis

    By Janet Dake — This is the last year The Louisville Cardinal will receive financial support from university administration, which has slashed the newspaper’s income by 40 percent. The long-standing commitment to buy ads, as much as...

    • Posted September 10, 2017
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  • Foundation paid executives $8 million in deferred compensation last fiscal year

    By Kyeland Jackson — Between July 2016 and now, the U of L Foundation paid executives more than $8 million in deferred compensation. The ULF Accounting Supervisor Justin Ruhl detailed the payouts during July 14’s finance committee...

    • Posted July 13, 2017
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  • U of L Foundation’s top finance officer put on paid leave

    By Kyeland Jackson — After an audit ripped into the University of Louisville Foundation, the foundation’s placed its chief financial officer on paid leave. Insider Louisville reported Jason Tomlinson, the ULF’s CFO, was put on paid leave....

    • Posted June 9, 2017
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  • U of L Foundation
    Updated: U of L Foundation operating conservatively, hopes to see donors return

    By Shelby Brown– The U of L Foundation’s interim director says the dwindling non-profit will be stabilized by following previously-ignored financial advice from its investment managers. “They gave certain advice that wasn’t necessarily heeded or accepted,” Keith...

    • Posted May 30, 2017
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  • computer, identity theft, w-2, cyber, crime
    U of L joins dozens of schools hacked in 2017

    By Kyeland Jackson — U of L wasn’t the only school hacked this year. Sixty-one schools and colleges have dealt with hacked tax information in 2017, according to Identity Theft Resource Center data. Hackers obtained U of...

    • Posted April 7, 2017
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    Economic policy – What you need to know before you vote

    By Brooke Moody– In less than two months Americans will be making one of the most controversial votes in recent election years. It is almost as if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been facing off in...

    • Posted September 11, 2016
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  • Features
    A guide: How to make flex points last

    By Briana Williams– At this point in the semester, stress levels are rising while flex points are dropping. No one has a problem with declining meal swipes, but keeping flex throughout the semester is every student’s greatest...

    • Posted September 11, 2016
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  • Make your money work for you

    Wouldn’t it be nice to have some of the money you spend end up back in your pocket while also creating a financial identity that will benefit you for post-graduation life? Investing in a credit card is...

    • Posted September 16, 2015
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