College Spending Down, Goldman Sachs’ Profitable “Industrial Dance,” SciQuest Releases Version 13.2

Sallie Mae’s annual study, How American Pays for College 2013, shows that the total average college spending per student was approximately $21,000 last year, down from $24,000 in 2010.

The NY Times explains the “industrial dance” behind Goldman Sachs’ aluminum-storing strategy that has netted the financial giant an extra $5 billion over the past three years.

The newest version of SciQuest’s spend management suite is out, providing faster supplier enablement and improved invoice management capabilities.

Carsten Schloter, CEO of Switzerland’s largest phone company Swisscom, has been found dead in his home in an apparent suicide.

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