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Emma Jacobs

Latest Stories from Emma (39)

Paris begins construction of urban refugee camp

by Emma Jacobs Aug 23, 2016
The camp will provide shelter for more than 1,000 people.
Sami Achakzai, an Afghan refugee recently arrived in Paris, has been sleeping under a metro bridge. The city has a shortage of housing for refugees and migrants.
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Paris hopes to lure British talent after Brexit

by Emma Jacobs Jul 29, 2016
France has some things to overcome – including a reputation for high taxes.
Outside NUMA, a shared work space and startup accelerator, located in central Paris.
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To curb smoking, France adopts 'neutral' packaging

by Emma Jacobs May 20, 2016
Colorful brand logos are now banned — French cigarette packs must be beige.
A French cigarette package.
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France's indie bookstores thrive in the age of Amazon

by Emma Jacobs Jan 28, 2016
Big retailers can't charge significantly less for a title than a bookseller
Jérôme Cuvelier at his bookstore, La Maneouvre, says he did about a million dollars in business last year. 
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Philadelphia's Italian market lures holiday shoppers

by Emma Jacobs Dec 23, 2015
Generations of customers stand in line for specialties like cannoli and ravioli.
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Rudolph still has a nose for business

by Emma Jacobs Dec 11, 2015
The story of Rudolph and how the reindeer continues to shine bright in ratings.

Canadians head to the polls with oil economy in mind

by Emma Jacobs Oct 19, 2015
Some 36,000 people have lost jobs in Alberta’s energy sector this year.

Canadian election picks up Syrian refugee debate

by Emma Jacobs Oct 15, 2015
Even advocates didn’t expect Syrian refugees to be a high-profile campaign issue.

Green power vs. green power

by Emma Jacobs Mar 6, 2012
Canadian hydroelectric projects could threaten domestic green energy start-ups.