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How China is building a new university every week

Why they are building a new university every week

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London rent is now so high it's almost impossible for young Britons to save ... - Business Insider


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London rent is now so high it's almost impossible for young Britons to save ...
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Of course, other cities in the UK also saw a rise in rent because the housing shortage is affecting the whole of the country. For example, seaside commuter city Brighton and Bristol in the west of England saw an 18% year-on-year rise in monthly rent to ...

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Microsoft has finally executed Satya Nadella's big vision for the first time - Business Insider


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Microsoft has finally executed Satya Nadella's big vision for the first time
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Microsoft has finally executed CEO Satya Nadella's "One Windows" vision, which aligns the operating system across phones, tablets, and PCs. A simultaneous update to both Windows 10 and its counterpart on smartphones today signals that the company is ...
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This $100 million venture capital fund says making money is a 'minor' concern - Business Insider


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This $100 million venture capital fund says making money is a 'minor' concern
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Santander InnoVentures has made 5 investments since opening up last year, most recently backing blockchain startup Ripple and online small business lender Kabbage. Belinky said Kabbage was a prime example of a business serving customers that ...

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British unemployment unexpectedly dropped again in August ? to the lowest ... - Business Insider


British unemployment unexpectedly dropped again in August ? to the lowest ...
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Earnings were a little weaker than analysts expected, with wages excluding bonuses up by 2.8% year-on-year, and up 3% including bonuses. Analysts were expecting earnings to have increased by 3.1% including bonuses, and regular pay to have risen 3%.

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