Private colleges seek antitrust carve-out for cost-related woes


Date: 31 August 2017. Duration: 4:28.

Many private colleges are having trouble with their finances and they say getting a carve-out of the antitrust laws might help them. MLex Chief Global Antitrust Correspondent Leah Nylen is joined by Claude Marx, a correspondent at MLex and our sister publication FTC:Watch, to find out more about the rising costs and tuition fees that have led to colleges requesting this exemption from Congress.

For more insight, read Claude's article "Private colleges seek antitrust carve-out for cost-related woes".

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