Some people fear a purchase by the billionaire brothers could transform the newspaper into a pulpit for their political views.
The university has issued a press release trimming the amount of chocolate-hazelnut spread stolen from its dining halls.
His hands may be full as he battles for his way at Dell, Herbalife and Transocean, but the 77-year-old activist investor isn't easing up.
The Ivy League university's student newspaper says $5,000 in the chocolate-hazelnut spread disappears each week.
After just six months on the job, the young tech CEO scores $1.1 million in cash from the beleaguered Internet giant she's trying to revive.
The emir's purchase also signals stronger financial ties between the oil-rich Gulf state and Europe's most-bankrupt country.
Prince Alwaleed claims the magazine's annual ranking of billionaires is biased against Middle Easterners. Forbes says he's in an 'alternate reality.'
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