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Why women hold the key to India's prosperity

by Anu Anand May 21, 2019
India’s rapid growth has not yet encouraged more women to look for jobs. According to the World Bank, India has one of the lowest female labor participation rates in the world. Less than a third of women 15 years and…
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The Indian schools where failure isn't an option

by Anu Anand May 20, 2019
Fierce competition for university spots has led to an increase in "cram schools."
Abhair (L) sits with fellow pupils at a cram school just outside Delhi.
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Brexit

Four things you should know about Brexit

by Marketplace Staff Mar 25, 2019
We know you’re probably wondering why it matters. And if it matters to you.
EU and Union Jack flags are waved as anti-Brexit demonstrators gather outside the Houses of Parliament on June 11, 2018, in London.
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Bitcoin miners are optimistic about the future

by Karishma Vaswani Dec 21, 2017
There’s been a little dip in the bitcoin market this week. The cryptocurrency has dropped about 10 percent against the dollar. Of course, that’s in the face of a 1,700 percent rise in the past year, so those tulip bulb…
Final Note

The Great British Bake Off crumbles

by Kai Ryssdal Sep 13, 2016
We've got another Brexit on hands...Too soon?
Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, hosts of the Great British Bake Off.  
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HP waves goodbye to its software side in $8.8 billion deal

by Molly Wood and Bridget Bodnar Sep 8, 2016
Why does a little-known British company think its worth that much?
Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlitt Packard Enterprise, rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange in 2015. HPE will sell the software portion of its business to Micro Focus in a deal worth $8.8 billion.
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Dispatches from a Crude Collapse: Venezuela

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 11, 2016
How low oil prices are impacting politics in Venezuela

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BBC may ask older viewers to stump up

by Stephen Beard Jan 29, 2016
The cash-strapped broadcaster may ask older viewers to pay a TV tax from which they're exempt.
 The people stand outside the Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC in London, England. 
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Greeks in crisis

A technical agreement reached for Greek bailout

by Marketplace Staff Aug 11, 2015
Greece has agreed a bailout deal "in principle" with its creditors.

BBC at risk as the UK weighs TV license fee

by Stephen Beard Jun 8, 2015
The $220 annual charge raises about $5 billion a year to fund "the Beeb."