CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Tuesday, May 20.

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NEW YORK, NY (CNN) - CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Tuesday, May 20.

UA board of trustees to consider tuition, fee

Tuition and fees seem to be on the rise again in Arkansas. Last week, Arkansas Tech University and Arkansas State University approved hikes in both for the 2014-15 academic year. This week, the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees will consider the same. In a two-day meeting at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope, the board will look at "modest tuition and fee increases," the university says, to help fund faculty salaries and efforts to improve retention and graduation rates.

What you're agreeing to when you click accept

You can spot the words "privacy policy" at the bottom of nearly every website. Don't be fooled. Those policies are more about data collection than privacy. Companies use these policies to alert you to how they track your location, read your emails, spy on your Web browsing -- and sell some of that to advertisers. It doesn't help that these disclaimers are close to unintelligible.

Yogurt option in Happy Meals

Under pressure to make its Happy Meals more nutritionally friendly, McDonald's on Monday announced plans to add yogurt as an option. Beginning July 4, the chain will offer a 50-calorie version of Go-Gurt Low-Fat Strawberry Yogurt as a Happy Meal side option. This Go-Gurt is made specifically for McDonald's by General Mills with 25% less sugar — about 6 grams — than conventional Yoplait Go-Gurt, says Julie Wenger, senior director of U.S. marketing at McDonald's.

Disneyland hikes admission by $4

Get ready to pay more to enter the Magic Kingdom. Disneyland is boosting the price of a one-day ticket for visitors 10 years old and older by $4 to $96 apiece. The price of a "One Day Park Hopper" ticket, which allows visitors to hop between Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, is also rising -- to $150 from $137. It's even worse news for Southern Californians who may have wanted to become regulars. Annual passes are no longer available.

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