Employees who feel they can make an impact on social and environmental issues while on the job are twice as satisfied with work as those who don’t, a new study shows.
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There has been a 10% drop in the number of people from England applying to study in the UK when higher fees start, figures show.
How far is Germany prepared to go to save the euro zone?With Greece's future in the single currency bloc in doubt, Spain scrambling to get a grip on its ailing banks and the euro itself
Cities that once depended on manufacturing jobs are finding it hard to compete with already highly educated areas for college graduates, a key ingredient in a transformation.
Virgin teams up with Strauss to sell home water-purification systems in the U.K. Can it tap into the flood of demand for consumer water purification?
A prestigious college embarks on a three-year degree as another program yields its first graduates.
Shutting out thousands of students, seeking state loans, closing campuses seen if revenue dominoes fall the wrong way.
Biotech company Novozymes has launched an energy-and-fuel company in Mozambique that makes ethanol from cassava for use as a cooking oil.
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