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For-profit Anthem Education suddenly closes campuses after filing for bankruptcy

After years of enrollment losses, Anthem Education, a chain of for-profit colleges and universities, filed for bankruptcy on Monday. The company has abruptly closed several of its campuses, leaving state agencies scrambling to channel displaced students to other institutions. Nine more campuses could close today, Anthem officials said. Anthem had …

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[Year in Review 2019] Creating a positive impact was on everyone’s mind

Tech mogul and business legend Nandan Nilekani, credited with building India’s digital infrastructure, says there is a central reason for the kind of impact it has been able to create: think big and operate at scale. In fact, in 2019, that was precisely on the minds of all the founders: …

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5,275 willful defaulters + Mallya owes banks Rs 56,621 crore

Booze baron Vijay Mallya and his 7,000 rupee default make the headlines, but there are another 5,275 “willful defaulters.” Together, they owe Indian banks 56.521 crore ($ 8.56 billion), according to the Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd, or CIBIL, a company created by banks to collect information on defaulters. The …

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Request YourStory Tech30; Amazon’s association with kiranas

Over the years, TechSparks has been instrumental in building more than 15 lakhs of connections, creating more than three lakhs of jobs, and helping companies raise more than $ 1 billion in funding. There’s also the chance to be a part of the coveted annual Tech30 list, a proven launch …

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Diversified fall: when companies go beyond core competition

In 2005, when Kingfisher Airlines started, the uncharitable called it an airplane full of surrogate advertising. Not entirely without justification. Vijay mallyaUnited Breweries, which owns the airline, also owned Kingfisher beer, which, like all alcoholic beverages, it was not allowed to advertise. Now, while others had to settle for promoting …

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The new India is only possible through the empowerment of women

New Delhi: The dream of building a New India can be realized by empowering women and providing them with equal opportunities in society and economic affairs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday. Modi said India was moving towards women-led development. He said that the idea of ​​New India envisions …

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Absurd rules about bicycle ‘barriers’, the passenger

With the lifting of strict closures in many metropolitan areas and cities in the country, motorcycles for personal mobility have once again been allowed on the streets. Passenger driving has recently been given the green light, provided both passengers have proof that they are married or living together. Unfortunately, the …

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Santa Barbara ranked 3rd worst city for first-time homebuyers

By edhat staff According to a new report from WalletHub, Santa Barbara has been ranked as the third worst city for first-time home buyers. In 2018, approximately 39% of all US single-family home purchases were made by first-time buyers. July is also ranked as one of the best months for …

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More than half of returned migrants need financial help now: Brac

A survey released by the Bangladesh-based international development organization Brac on Friday reveals that 87 percent of migrants returned from the country, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, are still struggling without any source of income in their new circumstances. . More telling is that 52 percent of returnees said they need …

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How PhonePe strives to change the face of Indian Kiranas

the kirana pie in indian retail industry is worth salivating. With 15 million kiranas (as these neighborhood stores are called), a majority of which are not organized, there are a great opportunity for Internet companies. Even as owned by Walmart Flipkart is adding thousands of kirana stores across India, its …

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