Oxford professors children refused visas to join her in UK

US family split as Home Office obligates it increasingly difficult for overseas academics to work in UK universities Amber Murrey, an American academic, was ” euphoric” about being appointed associate professor in geography at Oxford University last year. But the…

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How do you get a loan when your business is in the ‘wrong’ part of town?

A study has found that businesses in lower-income and minority arenas received stun a smaller share of bank loans than those in richer, whiter areas Want to improve your relationship with your banker? The answer’s easy: just move your business…

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Turf it out: is it time to say goodbye to artificial grass?

Its neat, easy and a stunning 2bn global market. But as plastic grass makes over our cities, some told that it light-green exclusively in colour If your attention during the Women’s World Cup was on the tone rather than the…

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Why the Apple Card Is the Gleaming Future of Money

This story is part of a collecting of segments on how we spend money today. Will you ratify up for the Apple Card? You probably will, frankly. Apple’s recent invention, which arrives the summer months, is a debit card that…

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Startups Weekly: All these startups are raising big rounds

TechCrunch’s Connie Loizos published some interesting stats on seed and Series A financings the coming week, kindnes of data collected by Wing Venture Capital. In short-lived, seed is the new Series A and Series A is the new Series B….

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WTF are ISAs and can they transform education and spark a startup wave?

Soaring college tuition and are over 90 days delinquent. incentivized to be unaffordableis $90,000Income share agreements (ISAs) have been developed as a financing model that could reshape the way education programs operate by aligning interests while expanding access to those…

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Parents face shock rise in childcare costs as government cuts bite

Up to half of nurseries set to close or increase works they offer, sketch warns Parents will be forced to pay higher fees for childcare this year because of a lack of government fund, brand-new study suggests. Nurseries and childminders…

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Lyfts IPO is hot, YC Demo Day, two new unicorns and whats Boy Brow?

There are an integral part edit issues in the initial publishing of this week’s Equity episode that ought to have redressed. The player below will represent the corrected escapade . Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast,…

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Startups Weekly: Whats up with YC? Plus, mobility layoffs and Airbnbs grand plans

Where to begin … Netflix darling Marie Kondo is hitting up Sand Hill Road in search of $40 million to fund an ecommerce pulpit, Y Combinator is returning $150,000 to a startup constructing a $380,000 flying motorcycle( because why not)…

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How to prepare for an investment apocalypse

Micah Rosenbloom

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