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For one very good school that I am working with right now, with a Freshmen class of approximately 500 students, in the last two years, they have had roughly 25 “full-pay” students each year matriculate in the fall. In other words, roughly five percent of the enrolled students at an elite college pay the full […]

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Fido vs. Gecko

I noticed recently that Progressive is offering customers free insurance for their dogs if they sign up for auto insurance with the company. The insurance I imagine pertains only to injuries that dogs might sustain while in the car of their owners. Why might Progressive offer this benefit to their customers? Insurance markets are characterized […]

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