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Latest Stories from Victoria (11)

Inside India's "rotten" education system

by Victoria Craig May 21, 2019
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, but a lack of funding and a shortage of school capacity means the country’s education system doesn’t work for the tens of millions of students trying to get through it each year.…
MUMBAI, INDIA - APRIL 10: School children attending virtual Class at Prabhadevi Municipal Secondary School, on April 10, 2018 in Mumbai, India. (Photo by Pratik Chorge/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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Meet the workers powering India’s labor market

by Victoria Craig May 14, 2019
Here are some of the millions of informal workers who hold the key to India's jobs market.
An Indian vendor roasts peanuts at a roadside stall in Amritsar in 2018.
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Space tech key to future of healthcare

by Victoria Craig Apr 9, 2019
One U.K. company is developing a portable 3D X-ray machine based on space technology.
This composite image of the Kleinmann-Low Nebula, part of the Orion Nebula complex, is composed of several pointings of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope in optical and near-infrared light. Infrared light allows to peer through the dust of the nebula and to see the stars therein. The revealed stars are shown with a bright red colour in the image.
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Brexit wilts flower trade for one of Holland’s biggest buyers

by Victoria Craig Mar 29, 2019
Related uncertainty has shaken the flower trade between the U.K. and Holland.
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As subscription-box craze hits full tilt, big brands cash in

by Victoria Craig Feb 28, 2019
Might an abundance of consumer choices saturate the subscription-box market?
It’s been a decade since subscription-box trailblazers like Birchbox revolutionized retail.
Jeff Schear/Getty Images for Birchbox

Big brands hop on "Veganuary" bandwagon to lure new customers

by Victoria Craig Jan 21, 2019
A vegan challenge is the latest hashtag to flood your Instagram feed.
Healthy baked sweet potato burger with whole grain bun, guacamole, vegan mayonnaise and vegetables on a board. 
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10 years after the Lehman collapse, homeownership barriers spur new rental options

by Victoria Craig Sep 13, 2018
Property developers around the world are capitalizing on "Generation Rent."
Tipi is among several property companies capitalizing on the rent-for-longer issue fueling a pre-existing housing shortage in Britain’s capital. The company is in the process of constructing a large-scale campus with dozens of buildings that will add 7,500 new rental units to the market. This photo from Tipi shows a prospective look at an apartment space.
 
Courtesy of Tipi

The results of ditching an 8-hour workday are “breathtaking,” according to one boss

by Anu Anand and Victoria Craig Jul 6, 2018
An Australian financial services firm Collins SBA talks about its experience putting employees on a 5-hour workday.
A 5-hour workday at the financial services firm Collins SBA has given employees more time to devote to their hobbies — like golf. Pictured: Ian Baker-Finch of Australia and Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa "high five" on the 18th green as Todd Hamilton of the United States looks on during the Champion Golfers' Challenge. 
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What’s pushing Turkey’s economy into the danger zone?

by Victoria Craig May 3, 2018
High inflation, a depreciating currency, robust growth: What's going on in Turkey?
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Can an app solve long lines at U.S. border checkpoints?

by Victoria Craig Apr 18, 2018
iProov, a London-based technology firm, is bringing its facial recognition technology to the Department of Homeland Security.
A look at iProov's technology.
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