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The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944 (G.I. Bill) paid almost $4 billion to nearly nine million veterans from 1944–1949 in unemployment compensation. The education and training provisions existed until 1956, and the Veterans’ Administration offered insured loans until 1962. The Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966...

Starting in 2018, certain public companies must disclose the ratio of their chief executive officer’s annual compensation to that of its ‘median employee.’ The rule allows for significant flexibility in calculating these ratios, leading to widely divergent ratios within the same industry. Therefore, public companies...

When you think of the G.I. Bill, you probably recall reading about a program designed to help military veterans receive college educations after they left the armed forces following World War II. Somewhat less known is that the G.I. Bill has endured, in various forms,...