Ivy League schools acting like ‘price-fixing cartel,’ lawsuit says — RT World News

Lawsuit alleges that 16 major US universities are ‘conspiring’ to limit financial assistance packages for needy students

Sixteen top US universities, including a number of prestigious Ivy League schools, have been accused of violating antitrust laws by working together to decide how much financial help should be awarded to prospective students.

The lawsuit, which was filed in Illinois federal court on Sunday, accuses the universities of acting like a “price-fixing…

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