4/30/2013 - French deals scuttled to protect strategic assets of yogurt, bottled water, and online video

4/30/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—May Day, Apple bonds, IKEA in India, French state wine sale

4/30/2013 - Germans are drinking less and less beer. Blame grandpa not weather

4/30/2013 - There’s no good reason to allow secret tax havens

4/30/2013 - How renewable energy could beat natural gas to the future

4/30/2013 - Qatar’s migrant worker problem now includes pro soccer players

4/30/2013 - Why Jason Collins is a gay icon for China

4/30/2013 - One of the US’s greenest banks is also the biggest financier of the coal industry

4/30/2013 - SpaceX takes a hit as NASA chooses Russia’s space agency instead

4/30/2013 - Benetton has a new take on its connection to Bangladesh factory where hundreds died

4/30/2013 - Why you should access online banking on your smartphone rather than your computer

4/30/2013 - Joining the rest of America, Apple goes billions of dollars into debt

4/30/2013 - Ford ventures into Myanmar, where rusty second-hand Japanese cars rule the road

4/30/2013 - BlackBerry’s CEO is correct: There’s no future in tablets

4/30/2013 - Softbank posts 50% operating profit margins in its mobile business

4/30/2013 - Money actually does buy happiness

4/30/2013 - BP is raking in roughly $7.7 million a day from its new stake in Rosneft

4/30/2013 - This Indian outsourcing giant is outsourcing its own jobs—to computers

4/30/2013 - The consumer internet is 20 years old but we’re still getting duped by its tricks

4/30/2013 - Pfizer’s disappointing performance could increase pressure to split the company

4/30/2013 - You can see housing helping the US economy get back on its feet

4/30/2013 - Somalia can move from destruction into the space age

4/30/2013 - Less drinking in Brazil is hurting the world’s largest beer brewer

4/30/2013 - It is becoming increasingly inaccurate to call Google an internet company

4/30/2013 - Hackers are trying to create an untraceable and comprehensive financial system using bitcoin

4/30/2013 - Economists still aren’t talking about financial risk

4/30/2013 - Quartz Chartbook: 19.2 million euro zone workers can’t find a job, and other important economic data today

4/30/2013 - Coming soon to a 3D printer near you: human tissue and organs

4/30/2013 - Asian women and senior citizens are driving growth in international tourism

4/30/2013 - Macau’s casinos get family friendly as ‘tough cop’ arrives from Beijing

4/30/2013 - World’s best restaurants track the global economy, but not its billionaires

4/30/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Japanese gains, new Dutch reign, Spain in the slow lane

4/30/2013 - China is plundering the planet’s seas—and it’s doing it 12 times more than it’s telling anybody

4/30/2013 - Why China’s sale of gunships to Myanmar rebels is aimed at peace, not war

4/30/2013 - Japan’s gains from Abenomics come at the expense of South Korea

4/30/2013 - Eric Cantor brandishes the debt ceiling against comprehensive immigration reform

4/30/2013 - North Korea holds seven South Korean factory managers until Kaesong bills are paid

4/30/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Japan grows, Korea slows, Chinese aid flows, Queen Beatrix goes

4/29/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Goldman Sachs, Europe inflation, space photography, Thatcher’s hairdo

4/29/2013 - Herbalife says amazing sales track record due to global demand, not pyramid scheme

4/29/2013 - Goldman Sachs is becoming Apple’s go-to bank under Tim Cook

4/29/2013 - Did North Korea close cross-border factories because they were too successful?

4/29/2013 - Santander should care more about delinquent loans in Brazil than its delinquent CEO

4/29/2013 - Revealed: $75 billion in previously secret Chinese aid to Africa

4/29/2013 - The ninth key JP Morgan departure in just over a year—and the four people next in line for power

4/29/2013 - China’s Suntech has just broken a $1.3 billion contract for solar panel materials

4/29/2013 - Ahead of its rumored IPO, Alibaba buys a $586 million stake in Sina Weibo

4/29/2013 - America’s tech talent shortage is a myth

4/29/2013 - China just made it harder to buy a Beamer, Benz, or Bentley

4/29/2013 - How to use technology for development in three simple steps, and a fourth very difficult one

4/29/2013 - The grad student who exposed Reinhart and Rogoff: They still can’t get their facts straight

4/29/2013 - Huawei CEO says his son and daughter don’t have what it takes to succeed him

4/29/2013 - The Pirate Party’s big electoral victory means it needs to grow up

4/29/2013 - A Chinese sportswear company has trademarked Michael Jordan’s sons’ names

4/29/2013 - One World Trade Center is about to become the tallest building in the West

4/29/2013 - US pay growth is pathetic and expected to stay that way

4/29/2013 - Spain’s unemployment numbers could be prologue to a regime change

4/29/2013 - Welcome to the new qz.com

4/29/2013 - The last Afghan president who stopped paying off this northern warlord ended up dead

4/29/2013 - China’s best-paid banking boss only made $185,000 last year

4/29/2013 - Putin and Abe play ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ on natural gas

4/29/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s new cabinet, ditching Dimon, Abe and Putin talks

4/29/2013 - Hong Kong is trying to stop the spread of bird flu as 4 million mainland tourists visit this week

4/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—French tax cuts, Dimon defection, Swiss watches

4/28/2013 - If MBAs are useless, we’re all in big trouble

4/28/2013 - If Benetton wasn’t using the Bangladesh factory where 377 died, why are these shirts in the rubble?

4/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—JP Morgan exec exit, French tax cuts, cool watches, iTunes 10th birthday

4/28/2013 - A rate cut won’t help Europe because investors still lack confidence in European banks

4/27/2013 - Videos: Watch the Punjabi play-by-play of an ice hockey game in Canada

4/27/2013 - If you want to succeed, start a company instead of writing a resume

4/27/2013 - Google’s executives make it rain but Apple’s cause a downpour

4/27/2013 - Amazon is going to do to enterprise cloud companies exactly what it did to book stores

4/27/2013 - Mark Zuckerberg joins the $1 salary club

4/26/2013 - Why are liberal US tech entrepreneurs promoting oil drilling in a wildlife refuge?

4/26/2013 - George Soros’s 7.9% stake in a company that everyone had written off doesn’t look so crazy anymore

4/26/2013 - Months more of capital controls are proof that Cyprus is still not solved

4/26/2013 - Hong Kong is arresting more milk formula smugglers than drug traffickers

4/26/2013 - Baidu’s spending is freaking out investors who don’t get that making brain-like computers ain’t cheap

4/26/2013 - When the US government says your next car will run on biofuel, don’t take it too seriously

4/26/2013 - Milk-thirsty China overtakes Australia as New Zealand’s top export market

4/26/2013 - Cancer drugs cost a lot, but a few more months with Mom is worth it

4/26/2013 - The Bank of Japan is remarkably optimistic about Japan’s economy

4/26/2013 - Meet America’s latest powerful political lobby: Angry frequent flyers

4/26/2013 - Amazon doesn’t reveal what it makes on cloud computing, but here’s the number, anyway

4/26/2013 - Burger King wants women to want Whoppers

4/26/2013 - US GDP: Let’s go to the charts!

4/26/2013 - Facebook just came up with a great new way to make money—and it’s too late

4/26/2013 - Abenomics and Bernankenomics help lift Honda

4/26/2013 - CNOOC acquisition of Canada’s Nexen already helping to boost output for China’s largest offshore oil producer

4/26/2013 - A compelling, short video explains the present and future of wearable technology

4/26/2013 - Here’s how IBM can get employees to work faster—without paying them more

4/26/2013 - Apple stock has passed its “sell-by” date

4/26/2013 - The problem with cashing out of Netflix

4/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Samsung’s mobile bonanza, Japan keeps deflating, expecting the Spanish disposition

4/26/2013 - The Bangladesh building collapse: This is what race-to-the-bottom global trade looks like

4/26/2013 - Mobile phones are booming in North Korea, of all places

4/26/2013 - Samsung reaps huge profits from smartphones—but look out below

4/26/2013 - ENRC’s minority shareholders may hope for a bonanza, but they’re more likely to get shafted

4/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Samsung earnings, Spain re-targets, reducing US flight delays

4/25/2013 - Boston bombers’ carjack victim is a Chinese entrepreneur named “Danny”

4/25/2013 - Being a Chinese government official is one of the worst jobs in the world

4/25/2013 - Starbucks is about to bombard China with way more of its canned drinks

4/25/2013 - The new force behind the Russian economy is online shopping

4/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—BoJ moves, Tesla promises, Norwegian activism, no end of oil

4/25/2013 - Soros reports 7.9% stake in our least favorite company

4/25/2013 - If Google Drive had launched in 2006, Dropbox wouldn’t be a $4 billion company today

4/25/2013 - Clean tech entrepreneurs look to cash in on fracking boom

4/25/2013 - Photos: Margaret Thatcher’s £3.6 million funeral by the numbers

4/25/2013 - McDonald’s to Costco: You’re too cheap for us

4/25/2013 - Americans are cutting back on sugar—but seemingly only when it’s in liquid form

4/25/2013 - A wildly popular Chinese conspiracy theorist says Bitcoin can “eliminate human greed”

4/25/2013 - Austerity is hurting Spanish hairdressers, and other things global CEOs have told us

4/25/2013 - Could taking down zombie satellites be as lucrative as launching them?

4/25/2013 - Starbucks is selling much more than coffee, but customers aren’t necessarily buying it

4/25/2013 - The self-evident and life-changing truth about working for free

4/25/2013 - Apple’s annual developer conference sells out in one minute, leaving software heavyweights in the lurch

4/25/2013 - Just four companies will produce the microchips on which the global economy depends

4/25/2013 - Mom’s at work? Sweden’s solution is round-the-clock preschools

4/25/2013 - Unhappy US workers bow out of bring your kid to work day

4/25/2013 - Here are the Western retailers that source clothes from the Bangladeshi factories where over 200 workers died

4/25/2013 - Hike, the messaging app you can use even if you can’t use apps

4/25/2013 - Today’s earnings will tell whether Amazon will still be more expensive than Netflix

4/25/2013 - UPS: Asia still looks shaky

4/25/2013 - Bitcoin takes an important step toward becoming part of every web browser on the planet

4/25/2013 - The Pirate Bay’s move to Iceland shows why geography matters more than ever

4/25/2013 - The New York Times paywall has hit a growth wall

4/25/2013 - The UK averted a triple-dip recession as service-sector boosts economy, though construction contracts again

4/25/2013 - Why the CEO of Inrix isn’t looking to maximize the traffic data provider’s IPO valuation

4/25/2013 - Mexico’s retail sector isn’t waking up from its siesta anytime soon

4/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—unemployed Spaniards, British GDP, Rwandan bonds, 3D printing chocolate

4/25/2013 - Meet Apple, the new Microsoft

4/25/2013 - Why PC makers have to start paying attention to the world’s third-largest maker of microchips—Qualcomm

4/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—UK GDP, Rwanda debt, flat beer, Korean comeback

4/24/2013 - Anatomy of China’s bird flu outbreak so far

4/24/2013 - Los caminos para la ciudadanía estadounidense propuestas por el Senado, en forma visual

4/24/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—UK growth, Rwandan bonds, Gen-X PM, Pig Latin

4/24/2013 - Rwanda, where it’s easier to do business than Brazil or China, issues its first international bond

4/24/2013 - There’s a shepherd on Twitter, and this is what he tweets about

4/24/2013 - Fiat spurns Europe, eyeing the rest of Chrysler and a US listing

4/24/2013 - South Africa’s Pick n Pay CEO slashes prices—even though the strategy failed him at Tesco

4/24/2013 - California’s dream to be the Saudi Arabia of solar dries up in the desert

4/24/2013 - Citi shareholders still aren’t happy, but at least they are in a better mood this year

4/24/2013 - How to be internet famous—for real this time

4/24/2013 - GSK is breathing easy after its new inhaler gets a preliminary thumbs up

4/24/2013 - Here’s a robot that can help you build an IKEA table

4/24/2013 - Japan-China tensions have been bad for Toyota but good for Ford

4/24/2013 - You can blame Reinhart and Rogoff for Fitch’s UK downgrade, too

4/24/2013 - With battery fix found, Boeing to restart 787 deliveries next month

4/24/2013 - What we know about Enrico Letta, Italy’s youngest prime minister in 25 years

4/24/2013 - Meet the new $100 bill, the world’s most popular bank note

4/24/2013 - Procter & Gamble’s turnaround isn’t fast enough

4/24/2013 - Here’s what Apple is most likely to release next

4/24/2013 - Apple’s payout to shareholders will be the world’s largest—ever

4/24/2013 - Bird flu spreads to Taiwan, as more signs of human-to-human transmission emerge

4/24/2013 - Credit Suisse up, Barclays down as both banks struggle to remake themselves

4/24/2013 - 3D printing chocolate is a cool idea, and someone is trying to patent it

4/24/2013 - Photos: Watch a teen control his prosthetic hand with an iPhone app

4/24/2013 - Rejigging America’s GDP calculation requires dubious math, but it always did

4/24/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Italy’s old new hope, Australia hearts China, earnings galore

4/24/2013 - KFC makes most of its money in China, and now that’s a big problem

4/24/2013 - China’s Huawei bails on the United States

4/24/2013 - The complete guide to getting off on the right foot in a new job

4/24/2013 - Political unrest is killing Bangladesh’s low-cost manufacturing appeal

4/24/2013 - Agricultural merger shows China is worried about feeding itself, with good reason

4/24/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Aussie inflation wanes, Apple declines, glum Yum

4/23/2013 - How internet censorship is curbing innovation in China

4/23/2013 - Novartis sued for paying pharmacist kick-backs to get patients on its drugs

4/23/2013 - An elderly crisis and a youth crisis: South Korea’s got it all

4/23/2013 - Only in Washington would retirement be a sign of tax reform progress

4/23/2013 - Why is Apple borrowing money to pay investors when it has more cash than ever?

4/23/2013 - Charts explain how Apple’s profit fell while its revenue rose

4/23/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—AP’s Twitter hacked, Apple whiffs, and sequester signals likely

4/23/2013 - Apple pins its China hopes on the iPhone 4. Yes, the iPhone 4

4/23/2013 - China’s chickens are causing problems for Yum Brands and KFC

4/23/2013 - China was the only region where Apple’s revenue grew from previous quarter

4/23/2013 - To make Abenomics work, the Bank of Japan has to pull off a confidence trick

4/23/2013 - Apple just moved up a $50 billion buyback as it tries to soothe investors

4/23/2013 - Apple earnings show it is in desperate need of a new hit product

4/23/2013 - Both Koreas are ruled by women

4/23/2013 - Chinese solar panel prices reverse four-year slide thanks to demand in China

4/23/2013 - From Boston to Sichuan, messaging apps come to the rescue when cellphone networks fail

4/23/2013 - Nigeria’s streaming web mogul: “I’m a hustler at heart”

4/23/2013 - How the Syrian Electronic Army hacked the AP—and who are these guys, anyway?

4/23/2013 - Someone could have just made a ton of money hacking the AP’s Twitter account

4/23/2013 - Three reasons ARM Holdings just had an amazing quarter, and one reason investors should worry

4/23/2013 - How Twitter accounts—like the AP’s—get hacked

4/23/2013 - Why large companies act like seven-year-olds

4/23/2013 - Markets briefly plunge after AP’s hacked Twitter account falsely reports White House explosions

4/23/2013 - Coach gets boost from “accessible luxury” image in China

4/23/2013 - China Development Bank bets on Yingli as a solar survivor

4/23/2013 - The unofficial Apple store in Afghanistan

4/23/2013 - A spambot’s cookbook, hilariously and creepily exposed

4/23/2013 - Airlines in the US expect an ugly April, partly because there aren’t enough air traffic controllers

4/23/2013 - The fun and games are over. Even the internet’s got to make a living

4/23/2013 - Gold is the worst investment of 2013, and Goldman now suggests you stop shorting it

4/23/2013 - Why Iran and the UAE ate up a ton of Turkish gold last year

4/23/2013 - Ignore the sketchy official data, here’s the real metric to watch on Chinese manufacturing

4/23/2013 - The secret to a higher salary is to ask for nothing at all

4/23/2013 - Tweaking GDP statistics won’t hide the fact that Americans are doing worse

4/23/2013 - The effects of euro zone austerity are starting to infect Germany—time for Schadenfreude?

4/23/2013 - Russia sends 45 mice, 15 geckos, and eight gerbils on a long space mission

4/23/2013 - A Chinese online retailer is locking down the Chinese-language book market … in Nebraska

4/23/2013 - Not this again: China and Japan revive tense face-off over disputed islands

4/23/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Apple eyed, China slowdown, Uganda’s sack full of cash

4/23/2013 - Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni hands out $100K in a sack full of cash

4/23/2013 - Thailand’s richest man places a $6.6 billion take-out order

4/23/2013 - Weak demand puts an unexpected spanner in China’s manufacturing machine

4/23/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Apple earnings, China slowdown, funky chicken

4/22/2013 - How smaller rivals beat Wipro and Infosys and turned India’s IT sector upside down

4/22/2013 - The death of America’s accidental internet tax evasion

4/22/2013 - Halliburton takes a punch from Gulf settlement, and then pumps out impressive numbers

4/22/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—China manufacturing data, Apple earnings, and gay marriage in France

4/22/2013 - Four superlatives for Netflix, which is now bigger than HBO in the US

4/22/2013 - Will the end of EU sanctions pop Myanmar’s real estate bubble?

4/22/2013 - Apple, Samsung, and a former Japanese porn star vie for the hearts of China’s earthquake survivors

4/22/2013 - California launches first “battery university” to push energy storage technology

4/22/2013 - Can Tylenol help curb anxiety?

4/22/2013 - Did a giant dam cause China’s latest earthquake?

4/22/2013 - Tomorrow will tell whether things could get even worse for Apple

4/22/2013 - Bond king Bill Gross no longer thinks British debt is nitroglycerine

4/22/2013 - Why Amherst College is not running toward online education

4/22/2013 - The Great Place to Work Institute isn’t actually that great a place to work

4/22/2013 - No company is safe from activist investors—not even Microsoft

4/22/2013 - A Rhodes for the 21st century: a Q&A on Stephen Schwarzman’s Chinese dream

4/22/2013 - Since Andrew Mason got fired, Groupon shares have been on a tear

4/22/2013 - Swiss power giant ABB makes $1 billion bet on a green energy boom

4/22/2013 - Italy backs away from the precipice, but it’s still not sure where else to go

4/22/2013 - A not-so-hungry Caterpillar is still optimistic about the world economy

4/22/2013 - Why the US should donate its fracking technology to China

4/22/2013 - Five Wall Street geniuses who didn’t see the gold crash coming

4/22/2013 - WeChat is about to make a huge marketing push in India

4/22/2013 - Foxconn battles rumors of defective iPhones and a link to an attempted bombing

4/22/2013 - Ex-CNN anchor: Twitter is merciless when media lag, ruthless when they’re wrong

4/22/2013 - To take control of the future, South African political parties must resurrect the past

4/22/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Germans strike, Murdoch meditates, pot profit margins

4/22/2013 - China bird flu breakdown: No country for old men

4/22/2013 - Deadly Sichuan earthquake will cause only minor ripples in China’s economy

4/22/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Venezuela and Pakistan election unrest, accused bomber speechless, China’s earthquake

4/21/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Venezuela and Pakistan seek calm, Japan joins trade bloc, fewer hedge funds

4/21/2013 - Rupert Murdoch takes up transcendental meditation, the hot new creed among CEOs

4/21/2013 - China’s cola wars are escalating, except the cola in this case is herbal tea

4/21/2013 - Letting more immigrants into the US will also bring down the country’s debt

4/21/2013 - Heightened emotion (and security) at today’s marathons in London, Belgrade, and Bethlehem

4/20/2013 - Four ways the media failed in covering the Boston bombings, and one reason why

4/20/2013 - An economist’s mea culpa: I relied on Reinhart and Rogoff

4/20/2013 - Photos: Sichuan earthquake aftermath

4/20/2013 - Death toll tops 150 in Sichuan province earthquake

4/19/2013 - The Boston manhunt from start to finish: how and where it played out

4/19/2013 - We know when Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sleeps

4/19/2013 - Gun company stocks have gone up in the wake of the Boston manhunt

4/19/2013 - Photos: These are the robots scouring the US for bombs

4/19/2013 - Google wants the push for more green energy to come from big power users

4/19/2013 - Watching the manhunt for the Boston bombing suspects, China reflects on shared humanity

4/19/2013 - Why Amazon’s new Russian business will only sell e-books for now

4/19/2013 - In selling server unit to Lenovo, IBM would edge closer to not making any computers at all

4/19/2013 - Manufacturing companies like GE are still suffering from Europe’s business slowdown

4/19/2013 - Fitch downgrades UK, which can no longer claim prized AAA rating

4/19/2013 - In emergencies, the new go-to response is “shut it down”

4/19/2013 - On Instagram, Chechnya’s president criticizes America’s handling of the Boston manhunt

4/19/2013 - How and where the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects is unfolding

4/19/2013 - Twitter account attributed to Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is fake

4/19/2013 - Wikileaks’ Julian Assange asked Google’s Eric Schmidt to release information on secret US government requests for user data

4/19/2013 - Boston area on lockdown amid manhunt for surviving marathon bombing suspect

4/19/2013 - Everything we know about the Boston bombing suspects: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (captured) and Tamerlan Tsarnaev (dead)

4/19/2013 - Forget the long to-do lists and choose one thing to be good at

4/19/2013 - Make way for the human flesh search engines

4/19/2013 - Was Boston the first Chechen attack outside Russia?

4/19/2013 - Dreamliners may fly again, but not from Tokyo to Silicon Valley

4/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Boston bombing suspect killed, Dreamliner rises, Japanese inflation

4/19/2013 - The new generation of Chinese IPOs brings actual innovation to market

4/19/2013 - Music, media and the Republic of Korea have a lot riding on Psy’s horse

4/19/2013 - In his final act, Hugo Chávez managed to stick it global corporations

4/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Blackstone drops Dell, Dreamliner flies again, inflated Japanese burgers

4/18/2013 - Michael Dell should be able to keep his baby after all

4/18/2013 - Spokesman confirms that George Soros, age XXX, is alive and well

4/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Dangerous fertilizer, Microsoft, Boston bombers?, tax love, Chinese condoms

4/18/2013 - All the paths to US citizenship in the Senate’s immigration bill, visualized

4/18/2013 - Putin’s friends now own 88% of Russia’s Facebook

4/18/2013 - Microsoft shrugs off the impending death of the PC

4/18/2013 - PHOTOS: FBI identifies two suspects in Boston bombings

4/18/2013 - Google still hasn’t found a way to master mobile

4/18/2013 - Ten things to know about Rich Ricci’s rise to riches

4/18/2013 - Is Pepsi better off without Pepsi?

4/18/2013 - 110 million defective condoms in Ghana: the latest example of China’s dangerous counterfeit trade

4/18/2013 - Here’s a great idea for North Korea: Become the next Myanmar

4/18/2013 - The (other) real threat to Intel’s business: You’re making better use of its products

4/18/2013 - China’s LDK Solar reports dismal quarter, expects banks to look the other way

4/18/2013 - Britain is doing more of its shopping online and not just because it’s been freezing

4/18/2013 - Yep, US home prices have bottomed, and it’s a game changer

4/18/2013 - Semiconductor soap opera continues between Taiwan Semiconductor, Samsung and Apple

4/18/2013 - Pepsi met expectations… but wait, did its CEO just hint at breaking up the company?

4/18/2013 - Americans opt for microbrews over Coors and Miller—and it’s hurting SABMiller’s growth

4/18/2013 - Here are all the companies and institutions that have never had a woman in charge

4/18/2013 - In the US everyone’s talking about income inequality, but nobody’s really doing anything about it

4/18/2013 - Pakistan’s former president Pervez Musharraf is now a fugitive from justice

4/18/2013 - Taxpayers shouldn’t have to subsidize low-income career paths

4/18/2013 - Korea’s biggest TV network won’t air “Gentleman” … because Psy kicks a traffic cone

4/18/2013 - Morgan Stanley slogs through identity crisis

4/18/2013 - The best career advice you’ll never hear in a graduation speech

4/18/2013 - People are buying more pet food—but not enough to save Nestlé from a weak first quarter

4/18/2013 - India’s nascent VC sector is facing a funding crunch

4/18/2013 - What was going on at the Texas fertilizer factory before it exploded?

4/18/2013 - Why museums shouldn’t be free

4/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Texas explosion, G20 meet-up, tech titans report, Britain’s weather woes

4/18/2013 - 20th Century Fox could soon be a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox

4/18/2013 - Is Facebook’s immigration lobbying because it can’t find workers, or just wants to pay them less?

4/18/2013 - The mysterious survey that seems to be trying to find out whether Herbalife is a pyramid scheme

4/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Tech titan update, Boston bomber spotted, business jargon evolves

4/17/2013 - Chinese authorities suspect human-to-human transmission of H7N9 avian flu

4/17/2013 - eBay just barely beat profit expectations, but it should focus more on emerging markets

4/17/2013 - Chinese online shoppers spent $190 billion in 2012. Here’s a look at how—and what—they bought

4/17/2013 - Kinder Morgan is taking off on the momentum of last year’s merger

4/17/2013 - Gun control’s failure is great news for the firm trying to sell America’s largest gun company

4/17/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Microsoft, Google, Boston bomber, North Korean capitalism, “business model”

4/17/2013 - French learn to talk about money as politicians reveal their wealth

4/17/2013 - Why China’s luxury shoppers are spurning Louis Vuitton for Burberry

4/17/2013 - Apple’s amazing decline, in four fascinating charts

4/17/2013 - Bad news: there’s less being spent on green energy. Good news: there’s more green energy

4/17/2013 - Mattel is very, very pleased with how well American Girl dolls are selling

4/17/2013 - Turkey may have secretly signed a border-altering oil deal with Kurdistan

4/17/2013 - Gasp! Apple shares drop below $400 for the first time in two years

4/17/2013 - Reinhart and Rogoff’s defense is misleading and here’s why

4/17/2013 - Very fake Santiago Swallow wants his very real Twitter account back

4/17/2013 - Gold will bounce back, Greek debt is a buy, and other quotables from the heads of China’s sovereign wealth fund

4/17/2013 - It’s time for Microsoft to give up on consumers

4/17/2013 - And the award for best design goes to… the British government’s website

4/17/2013 - Photos: To Boston. From Kabul. With Love.

4/17/2013 - Bank of America is getting back on track—but is it too far behind the pack?

4/17/2013 - Don’t let Silicon Valley fool you—millennials are the least entrepreneurial generation

4/17/2013 - US immigrants are twice as likely to start a business as native-born Americans

4/17/2013 - HCL shows that it’s Infosys that’s in trouble, not Indian IT

4/17/2013 - The US economy needs low-skilled immigrant workers as much as it needs PhDs

4/17/2013 - China’s social media gurus face off in the Weibo vs. WeChat debate

4/17/2013 - How to become internet famous for $68

4/17/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Boston bomb investigation, Tesco’s American farewell, the race for Sprint

4/17/2013 - Until the 1990s, companies didn’t have “business models”

4/17/2013 - Today we mourn the passing of the Iron Lady

4/17/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Boston bombs, Bank of America, a reality show on Mars

4/16/2013 - Manufacturer of the gun used in Newtown may stay in the Cerberus family after all

4/16/2013 - It turns out you can still grow the economy while cutting carbon emissions

4/16/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Intel, Boston bombing, Bank of America, global GDP, Mars colony

4/16/2013 - Yahoo revenue drop takes some of the shine off Marissa Mayer

4/16/2013 - Mobile advertising is soaring while newspapers continue their inexorable decline

4/16/2013 - How to avoid making an Excel mistake like Rogoff and Reinhart

4/16/2013 - Dispatch from inside American Airlines’ travel hell

4/16/2013 - Intel earnings: Meh

4/16/2013 - How influential was the Rogoff-Reinhart study warning that high debt kills growth?

4/16/2013 - Reinhart and Rogoff’s findings didn’t smell right to anybody with a passing knowledge of US history

4/16/2013 - Fixing this Excel error transforms high-debt countries from recession to growth

4/16/2013 - In Beijing, housing is so expensive that migrant workers are living in bomb shelters

4/16/2013 - Finally, Indian politicians are fighting on Twitter

4/16/2013 - The global CEO is a myth

4/16/2013 - How do you compete with a free operating system? Try paying people

4/16/2013 - Intel’s decline in four charts

4/16/2013 - China is still king of the global counterfeit trade

4/16/2013 - China throws its weight around in approving Glencore-Xstrata deal

4/16/2013 - Chinese solar giant defaults on bonds because it can’t come up with $24 million

4/16/2013 - IMF: Sorry, everyone—the global economy will produce $216 billion less than we thought

4/16/2013 - The company controlled by India’s richest man continues to pile up cash

4/16/2013 - Intel is hard at work building products people don’t want, and its earnings will reflect that

4/16/2013 - Trust Sweden to find a way for file-sharers to download without worries

4/16/2013 - BlackRock is betting big on iShares ETFs and it’s paying off

4/16/2013 - Coca-Cola profit dropped, but it found new customers in Thailand and India

4/16/2013 - Major casualties expected in 7.8-magnitude earthquake in southeastern Iran

4/16/2013 - Goldman Sachs posts the latest good news for US banks

4/16/2013 - Baby food stockpiling in China shields Danone from deteriorating European demand

4/16/2013 - Pressure is mounting on Chinese resources companies to do business transparently

4/16/2013 - Egyptians, read these three charts before you shun Qatar’s aid and burn its flags

4/16/2013 - Why South Korea is under stress and college graduates there earn less than if they didn’t have a degree

4/16/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—carbon trading, earnings glut, Korean concerns, falling futures

4/16/2013 - Why it’s so important that Japan is joining talks for a Pacific free trade pact

4/16/2013 - Why central banks have been buying gold since 2009

4/16/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief��Europe edition—cap-and-trade, guns and immigrants, Morgan and Madoff, Rodman and Kim

4/15/2013 - We may be waving goodbye to Pacific island nations sooner than we thought

4/15/2013 - The right reaction to the Boston Marathon explosions: Remember how unusual they are

4/15/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Boston Marathon explosions, Dish deal, gold risks

4/15/2013 - Maps: where the Boston Marathon explosions occurred

4/15/2013 - Vine finds its purpose in the Boston Marathon explosion

4/15/2013 - Indians are about to buy a lot of gold—but it won’t make any difference to global prices

4/15/2013 - Explosions kill at least three and injure over 100 at Boston Marathon

4/15/2013 - Why the US’s pivot to Asia is about more than just China

4/15/2013 - Maduro’s victory is the worst possible outcome for Venezuela’s economy

4/15/2013 - Ten hedge fund managers each make more money than the ten best-paid US CEOs combined

4/15/2013 - Renewable energy won’t stop global warming if investment goes on at this rate

4/15/2013 - How the violent gold collapse may pose a systemic risk to the financial system

4/15/2013 - Blame your mobile-phone company AND the US government for your dropped calls

4/15/2013 - Eric Schmidt is using the same argument against drones that others use against Google Glass

4/15/2013 - Infosys helped make the world flat, except its own management structure

4/15/2013 - No happy returns for US taxpayers as the bill for climate change comes due

4/15/2013 - Brazilian politicians come under growing pressure from tomato humor

4/15/2013 - Withering euro zone and strengthening krona drag on Sweden’s GDP

4/15/2013 - Five reasons for gold’s sudden, violent collapse

4/15/2013 - Introducing the potential new petro-state of Ethiopia

4/15/2013 - “Mission accomplished, Commander Chavez,” declares Venezuela’s new president Nicolas Maduro

4/15/2013 - Meet Charlie Ergen, Dish’s billionaire co-founder and buccaneer dealmaker of 2013

4/15/2013 - Citigroup keeps chugging along

4/15/2013 - To get more hours out of your day, look at something awesome

4/15/2013 - Sprint is Dish’s last, desperate attempt to offer cell service before its FCC deal runs out

4/15/2013 - This economic theory was born in the blogosphere and could save markets from collapse

4/15/2013 - Shock decline in Japanese bond prices might not signal investors are cooling on Abenomics, but quite the reverse

4/15/2013 - KFC’s boneless chicken is supposed to please American millennials. Here’s why it won’t

4/15/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—slowing Chinese growth, biotech mega-merger, Citigroup earnings, file your taxes

4/15/2013 - Chinese bird flu cases rise to 60 as the virus starts to spread around the nation

4/15/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Korean missile, lab mega-merger, Google settlement, musicals

4/15/2013 - Venezuelans vote for Hugo Chavez ally

4/14/2013 - China’s latest headache: GDP growth slows as property prices soar

4/14/2013 - Here’s the US tax rate on your income for every year since 1913

4/14/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Lab equipment merger, North Korea, bitcoin in China, BBC vs. LSE

4/14/2013 - Photos: North Korean marathon confounds after a week of war talk

4/14/2013 - For ExxonMobil, having oil is one thing, but pumping it is another

4/13/2013 - China’s Communist party isn’t really afraid of the internet

4/13/2013 - It’s a good thing Lion Air just bought a bunch of new planes

4/13/2013 - Charts: How parents around the world describe their children

4/13/2013 - Six reasons why Chinese people will drive the next bull market in bitcoin

4/13/2013 - The biggest banks say the biggest banks aren’t worth investing in, and regulation’s to blame

4/12/2013 - New, watered-down Kool-Aid Man just wants to be loved

4/12/2013 - The Iron Lady, Architect of Arizona’s hippie utopia, Spain’s Elizabeth Taylor: This week’s notable deaths

4/12/2013 - Why American Airlines’ CEO probably won’t cry over the $20 million a judge denied him

4/12/2013 - Tencent’s stock buyback highlights uncertainty over WeChat’s business model

4/12/2013 - Now is the time to gamble on bitcoin

4/12/2013 - Gold, the worst investment of 2013, is now even worse

4/12/2013 - The class of 2013 is seeing the highest salaries since the Great Recession (even sociology majors)

4/12/2013 - All of the US energy capacity added in March was solar—all 44 megawatts

4/12/2013 - Chinese businesses should rely on Confucius, not Steve Jobs, for management tips

4/12/2013 - The hardest trick in mobile design: making the product simpler

4/12/2013 - A visual look at the economic data worth caring about today

4/12/2013 - JC Penney’s business is still dubious, but at least it might be able to raise some cash

4/12/2013 - Infosys: ouch. Shares plunge on weak sales outlook

4/12/2013 - Intel and Baidu join forces as they scramble to keep up with mobile growth

4/12/2013 - Wells Fargo weathers slightly softer mortgage market

4/12/2013 - China’s burgeoning foreign reserves signal the rich are optimistic and bringing their money back home

4/12/2013 - Stanford study: IPOs slow down innovation at tech companies

4/12/2013 - Gloomy Infosys outlook sends its shares—and the Sensex—crashing

4/12/2013 - JP Morgan Chase continues to bring in the big bucks—no matter what its bank analysts say

4/12/2013 - Enough urging women to freeze their eggs—men should freeze their sperm, too

4/12/2013 - Are the Samsung chairman’s whereabouts a North Korea war threat indicator?

4/12/2013 - CEOs who play golf a lot, and those who are actually good at it

4/12/2013 - Indonesia is booming, meaning more of its people will spend hours a day suffering gridlocked traffic

4/12/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Americas Edition—Kerry in Korea, renegotiating Cyprus, Singapore’s economy, liftoff for Putin

4/12/2013 - The end of offshore banking in Europe?

4/12/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Europe Edition—Dimon’s apologies, Google’s appeasement, Winklevii Bitcoin wealth

4/11/2013 - Asian countries are gaining a new “silver economy,” but are they aging too fast?

4/11/2013 - Whoops! Pentagon accidentally reveals that North Korea may have a nuclear missile

4/11/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Asia Edition—Dimon’s apologies, Kim’s insults, Google’s appeasement, Winklevii’s wealth

4/11/2013 - Chinese investment is finally heading where it’s really needed: Oakland

4/11/2013 - Wall Street is shocked at this inside trader’s stupidity

4/11/2013 - The scourge of ridiculously bad photoshopping in China

4/11/2013 - US wind energy installations could now power 15 million homes

4/11/2013 - Deutsche Telekom showed how badly it wanted to get rid of T-Mobile: It blinked

4/11/2013 - Sexy underwear and 49-year-old shoppers can’t save Marks & Spencer

4/11/2013 - Four reasons why Roche probably won’t benefit from bird flu

4/11/2013 - If only Warren Buffett really did want to buy Suntech

4/11/2013 - A flash flood of Japanese money just snuffed out the euro crisis flareup

4/11/2013 - There will be no more $28-a-barrel oil discounts in North Dakota

4/11/2013 - It’s time for American students to rethink their “dream” colleges

4/11/2013 - Unlikely heroes: How BP and Walmart truly did well by doing good

4/11/2013 - Why it’s illegal for Tesla to sell its cars in Texas

4/11/2013 - US electric utilities predict their own downfall—thanks to solar panels

4/11/2013 - Mark Carney won’t be able to save Britain from itself

4/11/2013 - One chart that shows how damaged the European banking system really is

4/11/2013 - David Foster Wallace’s notes from a tax accounting class

4/11/2013 - Trade ties between China and Africa could surge 25% this year—and that’s just the beginning

4/11/2013 - Heinz’s new CEO could whip up something tasty by mixing ketchup with Campbell’s Soup

4/11/2013 - Uniqlo continues to devour global retail

4/11/2013 - Real money starts to pour into math-based currencies like bitcoin

4/11/2013 - The woman behind this Egyptian mommy blog is not a mommy

4/11/2013 - The price of onions is making Indonesians cry, steal, and scapegoat

4/11/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—G8 crisis management, McDonald’s mandatory smiling, “Django” rechained

4/11/2013 - “Household name” cloud computing companies are preparing to dunk their servers in vats of oil

4/11/2013 - Jamie Dimon’s dad got a raise (a big one)

4/11/2013 - Django Rechained: Tarantino film yanked from Chinese cinemas on opening day

4/11/2013 - Chinese hipsters help Uniqlo thrive despite anti-Japanese xenophobia

4/10/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—G8 crisis management, Bitcoin’s roller-coaster, the Fed’s red faces

4/10/2013 - Crony capitalism in Myanmar makes foreign investments dicey—at least for the West

4/10/2013 - It’s not a victory, but Goldman shareholders chip away at Blankfein’s power

4/10/2013 - Bird flu hits KFC sales in China

4/10/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Asia Edition—Quartz daily brief—G8 talks, M&S results, Fed’s red faces, procrastination

4/10/2013 - The wild, minute-by-minute chart of bitcoin trading today and what it means

4/10/2013 - Spain’s Iberdrola is betting on five countries, and only two are in Europe

4/10/2013 - Quartz Chartbook: Sketchy Chinese data, feeble European factories, Brazil inflation

4/10/2013 - PC makers expected bad; they got worse

4/10/2013 - KKR bets Japan is ready to embrace buyout firms

4/10/2013 - Greens score win in first battle over California’s vast reserves of shale oil

4/10/2013 - The jobs crisis at top US law schools is worse than you think

4/10/2013 - Despite the new White House budget, nobody knows what the deficit will be in five years

4/10/2013 - Bitcoin is just the poster currency for a growing movement of alternative tender

4/10/2013 - Hold your horses on that US construction renaissance

4/10/2013 - How the key players in the SeaWorld IPO rank in the underwater kingdom

4/10/2013 - China’s super-rich flaunt their wealth online, leaving a bitter taste

4/10/2013 - The spelling bee just undercut its best competitors, Indian-Americans

4/10/2013 - Governments don’t want fertilizer companies to date outside the family

4/10/2013 - Make sure your company’s BYOD policy doesn’t stand for “bring your own disaster”

4/10/2013 - Three lessons from Ron Johnson’s failed run as JC Penney CEO

4/10/2013 - The complete guide to procrastinating at work

4/10/2013 - Jackie Chan wants to keep Chinese relics in China, except for the ones he owns

4/10/2013 - Gold is the worst investment of 2013, and Goldman thinks you should short it

4/10/2013 - “Mobile” computing no longer exists

4/10/2013 - Family Dollar earnings slightly soft as Washington woes pinch low-end consumers

4/10/2013 - Thoughts on Kim Jong-un, from a North Korean waitress in China

4/10/2013 - New York City’s first immigration commissioner was once undocumented

4/10/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Americas Edition—China’s strange trade deficit, Bernanke’s brain, Asia’s female bankers

4/10/2013 - Chinese banks have a new financial conjuring trick to disguise their loans

4/10/2013 - China’s shock trade deficit prompts a Rorschach test of explanations

4/10/2013 - Abenomics will create winners and losers within Japan Inc.

4/10/2013 - North Korea is still open to tourists, but for some strange reason it’s not getting many

4/10/2013 - The Economist’s Big Mac Index, with The Economist instead of a Big Mac

4/10/2013 - Margaret Thatcher wasn’t just Britain’s Ronald Reagan. She was its Paul Volcker too

4/10/2013 - Jay-Z and Beyonce traveled legally to Cuba, and so can you

4/10/2013 - The US immigration bill will leave millions of jobs unfilled

4/10/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Europe Edition—China’s downgrade, Bernanke’s brain, Asia’s female bankers

4/9/2013 - The UK is rationing baby formula. It’s high time to fix global supply chains

4/9/2013 - Look at all the ships backing up outside of the Port of Hong Kong

4/9/2013 - American graduate schools are losing their sheen with Chinese students

4/9/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Asia Edition—Yuan-Aussie dollar, Family Dollar, slow food, baboon talk

4/9/2013 - Would JC Penney’s directors have made such a bad choice of CEO if their pay depended on it?

4/9/2013 - Why Bitcoin “millionaires” could accidentally become tax felons

4/9/2013 - The BRICS are getting heavier

4/9/2013 - I moved all my Second Life Linden dollars into bitcoin

4/9/2013 - ExxonMobil is accused of flighty bets, but look at these numbers and judge for yourself

4/9/2013 - What the heck is a cyber-weapon, anyway?

4/9/2013 - China just surpassed the US in semiconductor manufacturing—and the trend is likely to accelerate

4/9/2013 - Can a Swedish startup save China’s struggling solar industry?

4/9/2013 - A jaw-dropping datapoint on Chinese e-commerce is good news for foreign firms

4/9/2013 - Argentina is still mad at Margaret Thatcher for sinking its warship

4/9/2013 - China’s longest river is running out of fish

4/9/2013 - We’ve made Quartz better on your phone

4/9/2013 - Shadow banking brought America to its knees, and now it’s growing like crazy in China

4/9/2013 - The dot com boom is giving way to the dot China boom

4/9/2013 - Insider trading allegations at KPMG show that the practice is more prevalent than you think

4/9/2013 - Europeans aren’t buying as many German goods as before. So now Germans must go shopping.

4/9/2013 - Goldman Sachs is allegedly the latest victim of Chinese corporate chicanery

4/9/2013 - Positive data on the UK economy don’t totally douse fear of a triple-dip recession

4/9/2013 - Doctors can help make fracking safer, if states lift gag orders on them

4/9/2013 - A simple test could fix the wage gap between men and women

4/9/2013 - Most big Chinese companies get some kind of state subsidy

4/9/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Americas Edition—Thatcher debate, diplomats on tour, Jamaica’s bailout, cheap dates

4/9/2013 - “The British are watering our whiskey,” warned American diplomat in 1973

4/9/2013 - Three takes on the world’s big bet on Chinese reform

4/9/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Europe Edition—Maggie RIP, Chinese inflation slows, Bitcoin’s replacement?

4/8/2013 - China’s shock inflation drop: consumers aren’t spending like the government wants

4/8/2013 - Why nearly half of China’s overseas mining deals fail

4/8/2013 - What’s the real reason for Dalian Wanda’s cinema acquisition spree?

4/8/2013 - This article contains a link that some powerful companies don’t want you to see

4/8/2013 - Quartz daily brief—Asia Edition—British economy, Maggie RIP, Penney CEO, mavros

4/8/2013 - JC Penney replaces Ron Johnson with former CEO who also failed at turnaround

4/8/2013 - Alcoa sees sturdy demand and a smaller global glut of aluminum ahead

4/8/2013 - Can mom-and-pop investors keep the solar boom going?

4/8/2013 - Yes, people are hoarding bitcoins

4/8/2013 - BlackRock’s bond king suggests US Fed ease off the gas

4/8/2013 - British people have Margaret Thatcher to thank for their improved quality of life

4/8/2013 - Dead animals keep turning up in China under mysterious circumstances

4/8/2013 - The free markets unshackled by Margaret Thatcher are seriously under threat

4/8/2013 - Largest-ever leveraged buyout will also be a “spectacular” failure

4/8/2013 - Paul Volcker is “too old” for bitcoin

4/8/2013 - Photos: Margaret Thatcher, through the years

4/8/2013 - The Thatcher era wasn’t an economic miracle, and these charts show why

4/8/2013 - Even Margaret Thatcher couldn’t have fixed the mess that the UK economy is in

4/8/2013 - Forget bitcoin, this virtual currency doubles your money every month

4/8/2013 - Those ocean-going robots we told you about just got smarter

4/8/2013 - Students, if you’re waiting for graduation to enter the real world, you’ve waited too long

4/8/2013 - Margaret Thatcher’s legacy for business and economics—the world weighs in

4/8/2013 - Musicians no longer need Americans to rock the free world

4/8/2013 - How companies can win both the low-end and high-end consumer

4/8/2013 - Margaret Thatcher changed Iraq, the Soviet Union and the oil industry

4/8/2013 - Do not take Xi Jinping’s promises of fair treatment for foreign companies too seriously

4/8/2013 - Kim closes Kaesong, a crucial source of income for North Koreans—and of news from outside

4/8/2013 - Here are the jokes that got Bassem Youssef, the “Jon Stewart of Egypt,” arrested

4/8/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Pain in Portugal, tension in Korea, bird flu ripples

4/8/2013 - Malware turns hacked computers into slaves that “mine” new digital currency

4/8/2013 - Foxconn may be firing suicidal workers before they can kill themselves

4/8/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Portugal cuts, Cameron campaigns, the Chinese Tiger Woods

4/7/2013 - The big hopes of Rwanda’s tiny stock exchange

4/7/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Earnings season, Portugal cuts, US immigration reform, throw pillows

4/7/2013 - The most frequently highlighted passages in famous business and management books

4/7/2013 - Why Chinese central bank policy—and not speculators—is probably driving the yuan’s strengthening

4/7/2013 - Question for the shale industry: do you want to frack or not?

4/6/2013 - Portugal presents a new challenge to the EU-wide austerity program

4/6/2013 - Three ways Harvard Business School can change the world for women

4/6/2013 - Tim Cook is not a nice guy—and that’s a compliment

4/6/2013 - Former US official: North Korean leader is one of the more pathetic heads of state

4/5/2013 - Brown-Vitter draft bill would undo all the progress international regulators have made in controlling finance

4/5/2013 - Pretty soon all airlines in Europe will look the same

4/5/2013 - Colombia’s “Emerald Czar,” “Vampyros Lesbos” auteur, Chinese censor journalists loved: This week’s notable deaths

4/5/2013 - New bill would end Basel III and hike bank capital requirements to 10%. Read the draft here

4/5/2013 - What it’s like to be the “doctor on board”, and why airlines shouldn’t be relying on them

4/5/2013 - How much should you worry about North Korea? The SEC has some numbers on that

4/5/2013 - Lamenting the weakening yen, Soros comes out as an anti-Abenomics Chicken Little

4/5/2013 - Hedge funds are lapping up candidates with near-zero experience

4/5/2013 - Europe sales drive Prada higher, thanks to Chinese tourists

4/5/2013 - Rosetta Stone takes off from the airport and heads for the cloud

4/5/2013 - 16 bird flu cases, six deaths: See how H7N9 is spreading through China

4/5/2013 - Would fuel be cheaper in America if less of it were exported?

4/5/2013 - US carbon emissions hit lowest point since Nirvana was top of the charts

4/5/2013 - Are Chinese officials trying to use bird flu to promote traditional Chinese medicine?

4/5/2013 - The JOBS Act turns one, and let’s be honest, it’s a failure

4/5/2013 - Can decorative pillows save JC Penney?

4/5/2013 - Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, not one to insist on profits, invests in Business Insider

4/5/2013 - Samsung’s rising profits augur a good 2013, but marketing spending might be eating into R&D investment

4/5/2013 - Foreign students are actually making US universities less diverse

4/5/2013 - BLS tweet beats everyone on today’s jobs figure

4/5/2013 - Monsanto seems to think the “Monsanto Protection Act” it lobbied for hardly matters

4/5/2013 - US jobs report: markets don’t like it

4/5/2013 - The US economy added a paltry 88,000 jobs in March

4/5/2013 - Dear Yale senior, Here’s how millennials, including you, might stand a chance

4/5/2013 - The US employment added 88,000 jobs in March, way below expectations

4/5/2013 - The art of recruiting a software developer

4/5/2013 - China, North Korea’s only friend, is getting uncomfortable with its renegade neighbor

4/5/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Bird flu, Ferrari sales, Moscow traffic

4/5/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Bird flu, MF Global, Ferrari sales, Moscow traffic

4/4/2013 - China is about to become the world’s biggest green-energy market, but it’s hard for foreign firms to play

4/4/2013 - Let’s call Abenomics what it is: Bernankonomics

4/4/2013 - Solar panels are finally generating more energy than they use

4/4/2013 - The erased e-mails and unanswered questions at the heart of the Cyprus disaster

4/4/2013 - HP board shakeup means study of a breakup could gain traction

4/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—US jobs, Poultry slaughter, HP shake-up

4/4/2013 - Wall Street banks don’t have many bankers on their boards

4/4/2013 - Relax, it might give you your next big idea

4/4/2013 - How bad is the job market for US college grads? Your definitive guide

4/4/2013 - The Facebook phone strategy explained

4/4/2013 - Have US budget cuts led more people to claim unemployment insurance?

4/4/2013 - Money, mafiosos, and overpaid celebrities: Americans should be loving cricket

4/4/2013 - One chart that explains why Europe’s small businesses are starved for credit

4/4/2013 - How to hide $8.3 billion

4/4/2013 - Are iOS apps the next victims in China’s war on Apple?

4/4/2013 - MF Global’s collapse was Jon Corzine’s fault, confirms the Freeh report

4/4/2013 - It’s hard to explain what Abenomics is, so we drew you a picture

4/4/2013 - Tableau’s $150 million IPO offers more proof of Big Data’s big growth potential

4/4/2013 - Markets do as they’re told after Bank of Japan delivers big

4/4/2013 - ECB keeps pressure on euro governments and small businesses by doing nothing (again)

4/4/2013 - Yale senior: We millennials don’t stand a chance

4/4/2013 - The Bank of England did nothing today—but new UK data hint that maybe it didn’t have to

4/4/2013 - BMW skateboards and Jacuzzi kitchen sinks: How to extend your brand

4/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Japan kicks off central bank day, a Facebook phone, China gets better at bird flu

4/4/2013 - Myanmar’s punk movement is fueled by anger at rising income inequality

4/4/2013 - The Abenomics train has charged out of the station

4/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Central bank day, a Facebook phone, bird flu profiteering

4/3/2013 - Is China getting better at handling epidemics?

4/3/2013 - Here’s what Kuroda and the BoJ have to do to make Abenomics start working

4/3/2013 - Surprise! China’s export boom might be a fraud

4/3/2013 - Meet THAAD, the bloated defense project that might protect Guam from a North Korean missile strike

4/3/2013 - Baidu Eye isn’t an April Fool’s joke, but it’s not competing with Google Glass yet either

4/3/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Global central bank rodeo, Facebook’s phone, Dangerous tourism

4/3/2013 - How the ECB could help small businesses—if it really wanted to

4/3/2013 - The only good thing about Tesla’s new financing is how much a Mercedes is worth

4/3/2013 - Best-selling business books—the only place Atari and Circuit City are held up as model companies

4/3/2013 - Will the shale oil boom go bust in California?

4/3/2013 - Myanmar cuts the price of a SIM card by 99%

4/3/2013 - Monsanto earnings pulled higher by Latin American seed demand

4/3/2013 - These are the stocks benefitting from China’s outbreak of bird flu

4/3/2013 - Bitcoin’s largest market crashes after wild price swing

4/3/2013 - If you don’t get the point of the Facebook phone, it’s not meant for you

4/3/2013 - The simple reason Amazon scooped up Goodreads

4/3/2013 - A semester abroad does not qualify as “going global”

4/3/2013 - Mapping out the most dangerous countries for tourists

4/3/2013 - Moleskine comes in handy again, pulling off Italy’s first IPO in a year

4/3/2013 - Why Abenomics might be nothing more than a buzzword

4/3/2013 - How to have the perfect day: Have sex for 106 minutes

4/3/2013 - Two new H7N9 cases: See how bird flu is spreading through China

4/3/2013 - The first mobile phone call was made 40 years ago today

4/3/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Korea gets scarier, Indian brotherly love, America’s most productive export

4/3/2013 - After Apple’s China apology, is an iTunes crackdown next?

4/3/2013 - When India’s Ambani brothers kiss and make up, everybody wins

4/3/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—More bird flu in China, Korea gets scary, a royal wage hike

4/2/2013 - Now it gets scary: North Korea halts South Korean access to crucial factory near DMZ

4/2/2013 - How Elon Musk’s creative financing for the Tesla Model S turns $1,199 a month into $500

4/2/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Bird flu, Monsanto’s protection, CEO tweets, Hitler’s food-taster

4/2/2013 - China’s versions of Uber could fix city cab shortages

4/2/2013 - Six un-Steve-Jobs-like moments in Tim Cook’s career as Apple CEO

4/2/2013 - SEC says it doesn’t care how many followers your CEO has

4/2/2013 - Uniqlo and Theory’s parent company has a stock price that is going nuts

4/2/2013 - It was good to be a car salesman in the US last month

4/2/2013 - What if you could turn any smartphone into a tablet?

4/2/2013 - Another reason banks need more equity: They tend to have less than they claim

4/2/2013 - The line to get Brazilian soybeans on ships is 15 miles long

4/2/2013 - What you need to know about the mounting bird flu toll in China

4/2/2013 - The growing case that entrepreneurs don’t need an MBA

4/2/2013 - The real reason to be scared about Italy

4/2/2013 - How men can lean in, too

4/2/2013 - America is watching more TV than ever before—just not on TV

4/2/2013 - South Africa wants everyone to know who’s Rooibos

4/2/2013 - There are banks that are doing well, but most people haven’t heard of them

4/2/2013 - The euro zone’s 12% unemployment in February set a new record, but March is looking worse

4/2/2013 - Voice ads are just the start of a new wave of machines talking back to you

4/2/2013 - How do you get a quant job on Wall Street? Code, code, code

4/2/2013 - ExxonMobil may be right about the need for pipelines, but public opinion could still upend Keystone

4/2/2013 - How Qatar University’s language policy is holding back students

4/2/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Tesla surprise, venerable Venezuelans, miner delays

4/2/2013 - Why didn’t the Princeton Mom tell her boys to marry well?

4/2/2013 - Everything you ever wanted to know about baseball ticket prices

4/2/2013 - China’s air pollution is causing millions of premature deaths and an expat exodus

4/2/2013 - Qatar’s investment propels PSG from awful to the Champions League quarterfinal

4/2/2013 - How to short bitcoins (if you really must)

4/2/2013 - China’s art sales slump, but they were mostly fake anyways

4/2/2013 - Violent anti-Muslim riots in Myanmar prove that “militant Buddhist” isn’t an oxymoron

4/2/2013 - Welcome to Ireland, where mortgage payments are apparently optional

4/2/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Tesla’s turning a profit, Britain avoids another dip, in Venezuela veritas

4/1/2013 - Despite Australia’s rate hold, there are plenty of reasons to be dubious about its recovery

4/1/2013 - The market is absolutely sure the Bank of Japan is about to pull a Bernanke

4/1/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Tesla surprise, Cyprus stocks, Venezuela’s presidential campaign

4/1/2013 - For a successful first term, Xi Jinping will have to look no further than Barack Obama

4/1/2013 - Why automakers should pay attention to Tesla Motors’ “really exciting” announcement tomorrow

4/1/2013 - Canada one-ups the US by launching new startup visa on an important day

4/1/2013 - India’s $10 billion pipeline of generic cures will keep rolling—for now

4/1/2013 - Hess sells a $2 billion Russian subsidiary but probably still won’t impress activists

4/1/2013 - China shames Apple into apologizing for its “unparalleled arrogance”

4/1/2013 - Protests don’t hurt a company’s sales, but they do scare shareholders

4/1/2013 - The Quartz macro chartbook: Data worth caring about today

4/1/2013 - When Israel starts exporting natural gas, Cyprus and Lebanon could be the big losers

4/1/2013 - Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia are the hot new emerging solar markets

4/1/2013 - Photos: What an oil spill looks like in your backyard

4/1/2013 - Soaring labor costs are turning US outsourcing into a thing of the past

4/1/2013 - Good news: Americans can move house again

4/1/2013 - Welcome to the world’s weirdest e-commerce market

4/1/2013 - What’s keeping your doctor off Twitter

4/1/2013 - Female tourists are calling off their India plans

4/1/2013 - Why austerity budgets won’t save your economy

4/1/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Hitting the BRIC wall, crying for Argentina, unsubtle Korean diplomacy

4/1/2013 - Before the Facebook phone, there was a MySpace phone

4/1/2013 - Why China should leave free messaging apps like WeChat alone

4/1/2013 - With sober new PMI data, have emerging markets hit a BRIC wall?

4/1/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Patent wars in India, taking the pulse of manufacturing, airline ups and downs