11/30/2013 - How successful people make themselves luckier

11/30/2013 - Your unconscious is a better predictor of marital success than what you say

11/30/2013 - How I get all my students to be good at math

11/30/2013 - People window-shop on their iPhones, but actually buy things on their iPads

11/30/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Bitcoin madness, 23andMe, Thai drone journalism, Russia’s “sistema”

11/30/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Bitcoin madness, 23andMe, Thai drone journalism, Russia’s “sistema”

11/29/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Bitcoin madness, 23andMe, Thai drone journalism, Russia’s “sistema”

11/29/2013 - The leak of three unpublished stories has cheated J.D. Salinger’s estate out of untold millions

11/29/2013 - Japan’s plan to supply all the world’s energy from a giant solar power plant on the moon

11/29/2013 - Bargain hunting this Thanksgiving? Wait until Monday at your peril

11/29/2013 - The world’s most aerodynamic two-person car achieves 110km/hr on batteries and a lawnmower engine

11/29/2013 - What might be one of the worst video games ever released has now been withdrawn

11/29/2013 - The Netherlands is now less creditworthy than Microsoft

11/29/2013 - The suspiciously simple strategy behind the “best performing hedge fund in history”

11/29/2013 - Why cities still vie to host costly and potentially crippling events like the World Expo

11/29/2013 - How does a museum go about borrowing $4.4 million in gold?

11/29/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—East China Sea tensions, Australia blocks ADM, Black Friday kicks off, clown epidemics

11/29/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—East China Sea tensions, Australia blocks ADM, Black Friday kicks off, clown epidemics

11/29/2013 - Kenya’s merchants are warming up to a payment system born in a Seattle basement

11/29/2013 - Stretchers, shears and tiny bunny screams—making that angora sweater is rarely pretty

11/29/2013 - Canada joins the US, Brazil and the Netherlands in defecting from central London

11/29/2013 - Huawei’s 4G deal with Ethiopia could help the government monitor the internet even faster

11/29/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—East China Sea tensions, Indian GDP, Japan prices, dinosaur toilets

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—East China Sea tensions, Indian GDP, Iranian reactors, dinosaur toilets

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—East China Sea tensions, Indian GDP, Iranian reactors, dinosaur toilets

11/28/2013 - Yet another European country says that Google is breaking the law

11/28/2013 - Germans keep losing their jobs with worrying regularity

11/28/2013 - Go ahead and shop on Thanksgiving: The US economy is counting on you

11/28/2013 - Why blockbuster opening weekends cause falling stock prices

11/28/2013 - The orphan saved by the power of games

11/28/2013 - What the comeback of the Syrian pound says about the state of the civil war

11/28/2013 - Gratitude is more than simple sentiment; it is the motivation that can save the world

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Philippines GDP hit, Japan flies over disputed islands, Indian incubators, pecan pie shortages

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Philippines GDP hit, Japan flies over disputed islands, Indian incubators, pecan pie shortages

11/28/2013 - China’s new air defense zone forces commercial airlines to weigh country against safety

11/28/2013 - Myanmar’s development means the end of the DIY oil prospector

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Philippines GDP hit, Berlusconi’s booting, Indian incubators, pecan pie shortages

11/28/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Philippines GDP hit, Berlusconi’s booting, Indian incubators, pecan pie shortages

11/27/2013 - These videos show how ordinary middle-class life in North Korea really is

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Bitcoin’s surge, Berlusconi’s booting, Indian incubators, uncaring cats

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Bitcoin’s surge, Berlusconi’s booting, Indian incubators, uncaring cats

11/27/2013 - The best board games you can play in under an hour

11/27/2013 - The only reason to be sorry Silvio Berlusconi is leaving parliament

11/27/2013 - Why Target and Coke are setting up tech incubators in India

11/27/2013 - 23andMe revealed a condition it took my doctors six years to diagnose

11/27/2013 - Why SolarCity and Tesla are going to replace your utility

11/27/2013 - A deadly crane collapse adds to the bad news day for Brazil’s World Cup

11/27/2013 - A minimum wage in Germany will be a big deal for Europe—and for economics professors

11/27/2013 - If Katie Couric is internet famous it sure doesn’t show on Twitter

11/27/2013 - China’s bond yields are at their highest levels in nearly eight years

11/27/2013 - This chart means the US isn’t in a stock bubble—yet

11/27/2013 - China’s air defense zone isn’t the only way the country is exercising its new military muscle

11/27/2013 - Proof that “big data” is one of the most overused corporate buzzwords of 2013

11/27/2013 - These companies could be watching everything you buy this holiday shopping season

11/27/2013 - Four reasons why frozen turkeys are so cheap

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Merkel’s deal, Thanksgiving without the balloons, Berlusconi’s fate, fake slums

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Merkel’s deal, Thanksgiving without the balloons, Berlusconi’s fate, fake slums

11/27/2013 - California just ordered the company that makes Sriracha to stop inflaming its neighbors

11/27/2013 - Burberry has lost a crucial ruling on its signature tan, black and red plaid in China

11/27/2013 - The Indian company turning e-waste into mounds of profit

11/27/2013 - Never mind the coups, protests and floods—tourists keep coming to Thailand

11/27/2013 - Meet China’s Jade Rabbit, the peace-loving moon rover

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—US B-52s buzz East China Sea, Nasdaq’s climb, Gulf overfishing, fake slums

11/27/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—US B-52s buzz East China Sea, Nasdaq’s climb, Gulf overfishing, fake slums

11/26/2013 - Meg Whitman hit the reset button at Hewlett Packard, and it just might have worked

11/26/2013 - December taper or not: 2 reasons easy money will likely continue

11/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Berlusconi’s fate, Nasdaq’s climb, Gulf overfishing, Bible diets

11/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Berlusconi’s fate, Nasdaq’s climb, Gulf overfishing, Bible diets

11/26/2013 - China’s latest attempt to claim disputed islands could easily backfire

11/26/2013 - If Indians think the US offers the best education, why are their numbers decreasing?

11/26/2013 - How Google Earth is busting Persian Gulf nations for overfishing

11/26/2013 - How an obscure report from two years ago became a ridiculous claim about Greeks giving themselves AIDS

11/26/2013 - Why 23andMe has the FDA worried: It wrongly told me I might die young

11/26/2013 - The Fed’s taper talk slowed housing, but it didn’t kill the market

11/26/2013 - The pope has been striking back against capitalism for more than a century

11/26/2013 - 23andMe’s problem isn’t the FDA—it’s that no one knows if it works

11/26/2013 - Pope Francis: “We can no longer trust in the unseen forces and the invisible hand of the market”

11/26/2013 - My parents spent their life savings to have me—a second child in China

11/26/2013 - Rémy Cointreau went on a bender in China and now it has a hangover

11/26/2013 - Netflix may have 20,000 or more customers in Australia—where it hasn’t even launched

11/26/2013 - For the third time in 134 years, this will be the world’s most expensive book

11/26/2013 - Stop the taper talk—the Fed has actually done too little

11/26/2013 - A snapshot of one minute on the internet, today and in 2012

11/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Thai protests heat up, east coast storm brews, New Jersey bets on gambling, Buddhism’s origins

11/26/2013 - Your Amazon Christmas order will probably be packed by a weary warehouse footsoldier

11/26/2013 - The Philippines government will limit coastal rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan

11/26/2013 - Ukraine’s U-turn is only the latest setback for the EU’s enlargement ambitions

11/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Thai protests intensify, Honduras presidential standoff, angry punctuation, Tamagotchi’s return

11/26/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Thai protests intensify, Honduras presidential standoff, angry punctuation, Tamagotchi’s return

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Thai protests, Honduras’ presidential battle, angry punctuation, Tamagotchi’s return

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Thai protests, Honduras’ presidential battle, angry punctuation, Tamagotchi’s return

11/25/2013 - Meet 9 managers who crush employees’ success

11/25/2013 - Meet 9 managers who crush employees’ success

11/25/2013 - The transportation technologies looking for E-ZPass adoption levels

11/25/2013 - The transportation technologies looking for E-ZPass adoption levels

11/25/2013 - 4 steps to an effective corporate social strategy

11/25/2013 - 4 steps to an effective corporate social strategy

11/25/2013 - Dating app Tinder is still exposing personal information

11/25/2013 - The US has 43 nuclear power plants’ worth of solar energy in the pipeline

11/25/2013 - As bitcoin booms, so does bitcoin bank robbery

11/25/2013 - Why everyone wants to buy America’s least liked cable company

11/25/2013 - China dragged down a lot of giant companies last quarter

11/25/2013 - Anybody want to buy a company with $14 billion of toxic Chinese debt?

11/25/2013 - This 3,700 year-old wine cellar works just like today’s private wine cellars

11/25/2013 - Survey: Most Americans actually oppose in-flight phone calls

11/25/2013 - What to expect from the big storm hitting the US east coast before Thanksgiving

11/25/2013 - New Walmart CEO Doug McMillon would have been the perfect choice—20 years ago

11/25/2013 - One more sign that the Fed’s taper talk really did slow the US housing market

11/25/2013 - The shakeup at the Minneapolis Fed is a battle for the soul of macroeconomics—again

11/25/2013 - The ultimate challenge in the $500-billion business of moving money—make it boring

11/25/2013 - Americans’ new Thanksgiving tradition: watching TV all day long

11/25/2013 - Some Swiss firms pay CEOs 200 times more than workers, and voters are cool with it

11/25/2013 - China just changed the way it responds to deadly industrial accidents

11/25/2013 - Expect more video ads on your YouTube screen and Facebook feed next year

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—America’s edition—Iran’s nuclear deal, China’s sea claim, The Pope and Putin, NFL commercials

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Iran’s nuclear deal, China’s sea claim, The Pope and Putin, NFL commercials

11/25/2013 - Bangkok’s unlikely embrace of drone journalism shows the extent of the government’s problems

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—The Pope and Putin, Iran’s nuclear deal, China’s sea claim, NFL commercials

11/25/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—The Pope and Putin, Iran’s nuclear deal, China’s sea claim, NFL commercials

11/24/2013 - What the most expensive case of wine ever sold at auction tastes like

11/24/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—The Pope and Putin, Iran’s deal, Swiss pay, lethal K-pop

11/24/2013 - Thanksgiving Eve nor’easter now looks certain to make holiday travel a nightmare

11/24/2013 - An average NFL game: more than 100 commercials and just 11 minutes of play

11/24/2013 - Why Israelis, Saudis, and Republicans all hate a deal that stops Iran building a nuclear bomb

11/23/2013 - The remote capital of the Kingdom of Bhutan wants to transform itself into an electric car “hot spot”

11/23/2013 - A cricket tournament is saving the Australian newspaper industry

11/22/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Airline largesse, Christmas toy sales, reading Machiavelli, selling marijuana

11/22/2013 - How Black Friday works in Mexico

11/22/2013 - India could replace the US as Facebook’s #1 market in a matter of months

11/22/2013 - The painfully slow healing of the US jobs market continues

11/22/2013 - A map of the 90 corporations responsible for 63% of global carbon emissions since 1854

11/22/2013 - How to connect to the internet when there’s no internet

11/22/2013 - Here is our best approximation of where the world’s tax havens are

11/22/2013 - China’s reversal of its one-child policy is about controlling politics—not population

11/22/2013 - Memo to new CEOs: Managing expectations is more important than actual performance

11/22/2013 - Germany’s economy is actually giving the world what it wants

11/22/2013 - The Xbox One is Microsoft’s attempt to build you a better Wii

11/22/2013 - China’s first stealth combat drone isn’t all that stealthy. But it doesn’t have to be

11/22/2013 - Suicide rates are falling almost everywhere in the developed world but South Korea

11/22/2013 - How to sell gigabytes to people who’ve never heard of them

11/22/2013 - How 10 people built a competitor to Amazon.com for $1 million—in 90 days

11/22/2013 - The pope is forcing us to redefine ugliness

11/22/2013 - From Tickle Me Elmo to Big Hugs Elmo: nearly two decades of Christmas toy dominance

11/22/2013 - Starbucks is now selling 46% more things an hour than it was five years ago

11/22/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Senate post-filibuster, China pipeline blast, German GDP, moose-eating sharks

11/22/2013 - Cambodia’s crocodile farmers struggle to move up the exotic skin value chain

11/22/2013 - Macau’s “Clash in Cotai” might be a great fight, but a financial disappointment

11/21/2013 - London’s Tube joins an elite group of cities to offer all-night subway service

11/21/2013 - A terribly timed nor’easter could ruin your Thanksgiving

11/21/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Xbox One, Yellen’s yes, Greece’s growth, power naps

11/21/2013 - El Niño may make 2014 the world’s hottest year yet

11/21/2013 - Iceland has the highest rate of antidepressant use in the world—by a long shot

11/21/2013 - Using social media to screen job candidates leads to discrimination against Muslims

11/21/2013 - China has a plan to stem the rise of antibiotic resistance, and it’s working

11/21/2013 - The investment of the future is… wood

11/21/2013 - The missing ingredient of the economic recovery (hint: it’s not jobs)

11/21/2013 - How big data will help build brand loyalty

11/21/2013 - Beer cans are finally getting the creative designs they deserve

11/21/2013 - How big data will help build brand loyalty

11/21/2013 - Learning engineering can make you forget how to be nice, says a study

11/21/2013 - Forget concrete—the way to block tsunamis is these spindly trees

11/21/2013 - How JP Morgan’s record settlement could hurt struggling homeowners in Detroit

11/21/2013 - Another reason Tesla is the Apple of the auto world

11/21/2013 - Men who are unemployed show faster signs of aging, study finds

11/21/2013 - Goldman Sachs “absolutely got annihilated” by the Fed’s decision not to taper

11/21/2013 - India’s biggest muckraker now deserves the scrutiny he introduced to the country

11/21/2013 - China’s second-richest man earned his fortune by betting big on mobile

11/21/2013 - Abercrombie & Fitch’s shrinking sales show why it’s moving into the plus-size market

11/21/2013 - Japanese auto makers are hustling to make up for lost sales in China

11/21/2013 - Men’s overtime hours are keeping the gender pay gap alive

11/21/2013 - How big data is infiltrating healthcare

11/21/2013 - How big data is infiltrating healthcare

11/21/2013 - How fuel efficiency is changing our transportation infrastructure

11/21/2013 - How fuel efficiency is changing our transportation infrastructure

11/21/2013 - Health-conscious Spaniards are guzzling non-alcoholic beer—while clinging to cigarettes

11/21/2013 - How two-thirds of my students never showed up, but half of them passed

11/21/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US-Afghanistan security deal, Mixed euro signals, Baidu founder climbs the rich list

11/21/2013 - A 30-year-old Qatari is the most powerful person in art—even if she didn’t buy a $142 million painting

11/21/2013 - Why the Philippines shouldn’t rebuild storm-ravaged Tacloban

11/21/2013 - Can the sweet potato latte help a Korean coffee chain conquer the world?

11/21/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—US-Afghanistan security deal, EU-China trade talks, Baidu founder climbs rich list, paying alcoholics with pints

11/20/2013 - This homegrown Chinese smartphone is now the world’s sixth best-selling phone

11/20/2013 - Nissan’s newest sports car was inspired by the stealth bomber

11/20/2013 - What would the Fed do if the US defaulted on its debt?

11/20/2013 - Why Burger King should sell pizza at its new restaurants in India

11/20/2013 - Neither Apple nor Samsung should be playing the race card in their patent trial

11/20/2013 - Big US businesses would rather avoid taxes on profits overseas than pay lower rates at home

11/20/2013 - The uncomfortable racial preferences revealed by online dating

11/20/2013 - US shoppers are showing some serious momentum going into the holidays

11/20/2013 - The global carbon crisis in three scary maps

11/20/2013 - A 19-year-old college dropout is about to launch the world’s most powerful smartwatch

11/20/2013 - JC Penney is pinning its survival hopes on a very merry Christmas

11/20/2013 - Expensive energy imports are a big snag for Abenomics

11/20/2013 - This Christmas could be make-or-break for Toys “R” Us

11/20/2013 - Where do cyber-weapons come from? Try a cyber arms dealer

11/20/2013 - Traveling to school shouldn’t be this difficult—or dangerous—for children

11/20/2013 - The owner of the Brooklyn Nets just bought a man’s freedom

11/20/2013 - Your grocery bill is only getting pricier—and still has a ways to go

11/20/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Iran talks restart, US inflation, UK mortgages, smuggling gold in airline toilets

11/20/2013 - Internet cafes in the developing world find out what happens when everyone gets a smartphone

11/20/2013 - Here’s the Israeli start-up behind Bob Dylan’s great new interactive video

11/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—JP Morgan’s record fine, Argentina’s cabinet reshuffle, workplace tooth brushing

11/19/2013 - What Japanese maple trees tell us about the US economy

11/19/2013 - Here comes a wave of work-from-anywhere freelancers who can do your job for less

11/19/2013 - The German and Italian economies are moving in opposite directions

11/19/2013 - Hard-to-find Playstation 4s are being resold cheaper than people expected

11/19/2013 - Beware the looming corporate debt cliff

11/19/2013 - The one problem with Dropbox’s $8 billion valuation: The service is too easy to leave

11/19/2013 - China wants to find love for its millions of unmarried and divorced middle-aged residents

11/19/2013 - The global economy loses $114 billion a year because people can’t find a toilet

11/19/2013 - Elon Musk offers Model S owners a fireproof guarantee

11/19/2013 - Abenomics did create an export boom—just not for Japan

11/19/2013 - EasyJet is making a killing on corporate cheapskates

11/19/2013 - This Brazilian mobile firm’s user base grew 1,567% in five years

11/19/2013 - If you’re talking about bitcoin, bitcoin is winning

11/19/2013 - Samsung’s Galaxy Gear didn’t “sell” 800,000 units, and it could be as big a flop as Microsoft Surface

11/19/2013 - The complete guide to brushing your teeth at work

11/19/2013 - Americans are leaving more than half a billion vacation days on the table

11/19/2013 - Indian onion prices are going bonkers—again

11/19/2013 - This adorable little caterpillar is causing billions of dollars of damage and a state of emergency in Brazil

11/19/2013 - Human trafficking—or something that looks a lot like it—has been taking place in Hawaii

11/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—JPMorgan settlement, EasyJet soars, Beirut blasts, email apnea

11/19/2013 - US cars won’t be running on low-carbon biofuels next year as planned—because there aren’t any

11/19/2013 - China promises Africa $1 trillion in financing, but the true sum may never be known

11/19/2013 - Hong Kong’s labor shortage means $140-a-day construction jobs and waiters with benefits

11/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Renewed Iran nuclear talks, US inflation, Japan’s trade deficit, workplace tooth brushing

11/19/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Nokia’s Microsoft vote, Paris manhunt, JPMorgan settlement, live-streaming planet Earth

11/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—The daring Dow, global toilet troubles, African optimism, email apnea

11/18/2013 - How trucking became the frontier for worker surveillance

11/18/2013 - Why betting online worsens your odds

11/18/2013 - Flashy play is overrated when it comes to the World Chess Championship

11/18/2013 - Boeing is everything right and wrong about the US export push

11/18/2013 - Now there’s a Facebook for dead people

11/18/2013 - Hindenburg Omen: RIP

11/18/2013 - Why Americans and Europeans may soon start dying of infections like it’s 1905 again

11/18/2013 - Americans are smoking more weed, but testing positive less often

11/18/2013 - CEOs and CMOs shift focus towards ‘customer intimacy’

11/18/2013 - Record sales will not be enough for Sony’s PS4

11/18/2013 - Ireland will bulldoze 40 vacant housing developments—only 1,260 to go

11/18/2013 - Seven ways residents in China are fighting pollution with their own inventions

11/18/2013 - Crowdfunding in China could be $50 billion business by 2025

11/18/2013 - Ben Bernanke’s letter to Congress: Bitcoin and other virtual currencies “may hold long-term promise”

11/18/2013 - The four ways to really fix education (that no one wants to hear)

11/18/2013 - Can yogurt cure depression?

11/18/2013 - Growth in China’s housing prices is slowing. That should be a good thing, but it’s not

11/18/2013 - China and bitcoin are going steady, but does Beijing approve?

11/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas Edition—Congress mulls bitcoin, Chinese housing, online gambling, SETI bonds

11/18/2013 - Parenting infants with a smartphone is a bad idea—and not just for the kids

11/18/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Congress mulls bitcoin, China housing climbs, Iran nuke talks, Russian plane crash

11/17/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Chile’s election, PlayStation 4’s debut, Russian plane crash, misdirected solar panels

11/17/2013 - It’s OK if your kid isn’t fluent in Chinese yet—that’s the bottom line of Larry Summers’ new research

11/17/2013 - This investment fund cuts through Kenya’s tech hype with “bloodthirsty capitalism”

11/16/2013 - There’s an epidemic of journalist kidnappings in Syria

11/16/2013 - How the “Alibaba of India” is teaching India to trust online shopping

11/16/2013 - Russian space launches are beautiful and spectacular

11/16/2013 - Why you need a healthy amount of uncertainty in an economy

11/16/2013 - Acid oceans could cost the world billions of dollars

11/15/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—China’s reform bomb, the fall of art, children and medicine, Beatlemania

11/15/2013 - Mexicans are leaving the US and taking their money with them

11/15/2013 - Most of the world’s solar panels are facing the wrong direction

11/15/2013 - The depressing reality of America’s gun industry: It’s probably still a good investment

11/15/2013 - Twenty-somethings have incredibly unrealistic expectations for retirement

11/15/2013 - The labor camps that China says it is abolishing might just continue under a different name

11/15/2013 - Not qualifying for the World Cup can cost a country hundreds of millions of dollars

11/15/2013 - New reforms might kick-start China’s private sector. Or not

11/15/2013 - The PS4 is not the fastest gaming system, but it’s the best at this one thing

11/15/2013 - Too late, China adopts a two-child policy

11/15/2013 - With its greatest player retired, Indian cricket is finally worth watching

11/15/2013 - By 2015, Chinese tourists could spend more than all the world’s luxury shoppers combined

11/15/2013 - Six things that will change with the loosening of China’s one-child policy

11/15/2013 - Larry Summers just confirmed that he is still a heavyweight on economic policy

11/15/2013 - How fracking billionaires built their empires

11/15/2013 - What the financial media don’t want you to know: the myth of the merger scoop

11/15/2013 - McDonald’s new China tactic is catering to the nation’s voracious love of pork

11/15/2013 - China’s soft power failure in the Philippines deepens

11/15/2013 - How India, Rwanda, and El Salvador are solving the biggest problem in online education

11/15/2013 - This chart shows why basing the dollar on gold isn’t a great idea

11/15/2013 - A Chinese province is trying to solve its labor problems with robots

11/14/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Yellen’s testimony, Google Books’ legality, SpongeBob’s politics, laughletics

11/14/2013 - The great US deleveraging may have just ended

11/14/2013 - Look out: China’s housing bubble is now available in bitcoin.

11/14/2013 - Under Armour’s latest acquisition proves that all fitness companies are now technology companies

11/14/2013 - If China lets its people have more children, it could have trouble feeding them

11/14/2013 - The psychology behind why sites like What Would I Say are so addictive

11/14/2013 - Coin, the latest clever payment system, shows that digital wallets remain a terrible idea

11/14/2013 - The world has lost almost six Californias worth of forest since 2000

11/14/2013 - The designer behind the $480,000 phone will unveil a luxury smartwatch

11/14/2013 - The US is buying more from China than ever before

11/14/2013 - What you think you know about the US healthcare system is wrong

11/14/2013 - There’s a shortage of large, fresh Butterball turkeys

11/14/2013 - NBC just bought a network to cash in on toddlers and tablets

11/14/2013 - Why Google and KKR are teaming up to do big solar deals

11/14/2013 - Argentina’s central bank is losing more than $1 billion a month

11/14/2013 - Russia’s gold purchases are surging as the metal’s price has slumped

11/14/2013 - As it turns out, the global warming “hiatus” doesn’t exist

11/14/2013 - Remote control robots are now exploring the seas

11/14/2013 - The world’s most dangerous country is up to 20 murders a day

11/14/2013 - Christie’s record auction is actually a gauge for how far the art market has fallen

11/14/2013 - Walmart is sending mixed messages for the holiday shopping season

11/14/2013 - How to make the modern customer contact center efficient and profitable

11/14/2013 - 5 ways technology will improve your commute

11/14/2013 - Google’s trick for winning over Indians: Make them cry

11/14/2013 - Why Amazon, bucking the Netflix strategy, won’t release its original series all at once

11/14/2013 - Everlane’s retail recipe: Stock less than you’ll sell and never discount a thing

11/14/2013 - Bankers will walk away from the IPO boom smiling—even if investors don’t

11/14/2013 - Janet Yellen bingo: the only way to watch the confirmation hearings

11/14/2013 - Facebook just invested in the bragging rights to say it’s going green

11/14/2013 - Why farmers and cows prefer robots to dogs

11/14/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Yellen’s grilling, Japan’s growth, Russia’s Olympic destruction, Lego mathematics

11/13/2013 - A deluge of broadcast money in soccer could kill its competitive spirit

11/13/2013 - Cisco’s disastrous quarter shows how NSA spying could freeze US companies out of a trillion-dollar opportunity

11/13/2013 - Thailand’s latest political crisis is ratings gold for its many partisan TV stations

11/13/2013 - 5 ways big data helps save lives

11/13/2013 - Leaked free trade draft shows the US pushing hard on intellectual property restrictions

11/13/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Yellen’s grilling, Snapchat’s snub, Russia’s Olympic destruction, butterbeers

11/13/2013 - The underwater robot that’s leading a wave of exploration

11/13/2013 - Three reasons it makes sense for Snapchat to turn down $3 billion from Facebook

11/13/2013 - How to make the modern customer contact center efficient and profitable

11/13/2013 - China’s engineers are innovating like crazy—to the benefit of foreign companies

11/13/2013 - Apple and Samsung’s smartwatches are going to be way too cheap

11/13/2013 - China’s paltry response to Typhoon Haiyan illustrates the limits of its soft power

11/13/2013 - 5 ways big data helps save lives

11/13/2013 - How to copy a hedge fund billionaire’s investment plan

11/13/2013 - Why Tesla doesn’t have a Pinto problem with its car fires—yet

11/13/2013 - Why General Motors is moving offices from the world’s biggest auto market to one of the smallest

11/13/2013 - It’s San Francisco vs. New York—and San Francisco is winning

11/13/2013 - Paying women to breastfeed won’t work

11/13/2013 - One of Jeff Koons’s “balloon dogs” just fetched a record price, but who owns the rest of the litter?

11/13/2013 - The magic of Macy’s isn’t wearing off any time soon

11/13/2013 - 5 ways technology will improve your commute

11/13/2013 - The financial crisis is taking its toll on the bankers called in to clean house

11/13/2013 - Foxconn’s new mantra: more software, less Apple. If only it were that easy

11/13/2013 - Yahoo is auctioning off domain names like sandwich.com and cyberjokes.com

11/13/2013 - What happens to a city when its street cleaners go on strike

11/13/2013 - This company promises it can delete slanderous results from Google—for $7,500 (and up)

11/13/2013 - Cyber Monday will be the biggest online shopping day ever

11/13/2013 - Thanksgiving Day will be the fastest growing online sales day of the season

11/13/2013 - Consumers are expected to shop 40% more from mobile devices this year

11/13/2013 - The British economy continues to do better. British people, not so much

11/13/2013 - WeChat’s growth is slowing but it’s finally set to start making money

11/13/2013 - The complete guide to getting your money’s worth out of conferences

11/13/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—BoE forecasts, growth slows in Europe, Boeing workers vote, an iceberg the size of Singapore

11/13/2013 - Forget LED bulbs—the future of interior lighting is lasers

11/13/2013 - Thanks to Hollande’s political plays, French football clubs face a whopping €44 million-tax increase

11/13/2013 - Mobile phones are now as crucial as food and water in emergency aid

11/13/2013 - How do you disrupt the finances of an Islamist group whose name means “Western education is sinful?”

11/13/2013 - Is your refrigerator running? Someday soon your bank may want to know

11/13/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—BoE forecasts, growth slows in Europe and Japan, airline merger cleared, an iceberg the size of Singapore

11/12/2013 - 2.5 million people in the Philippines will need food assistance for at least the next six months

11/12/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—BoE forecasts, airline merger, smartphoneomics, Springsteen theology

11/12/2013 - Proof that Americans really are cutting the cable TV cord

11/12/2013 - Microsoft caves in and cancels its questionable employee-ranking system

11/12/2013 - Argentine courts allege the mafia is financing the career of the country’s hottest young soccer star

11/12/2013 - Wild boars and deer are overrunning Japan—and women are out to stop them

11/12/2013 - Growing Chinese demand for solar panels is bailing out the world’s largest manufacturer

11/12/2013 - This politician wants to blow up the cable industry’s stranglehold on what you can watch

11/12/2013 - Germany’s Henkel has a global toilet laboratory, and it’s been a good investment

11/12/2013 - The giant Industrial & Commercial Bank of China is deemed “too big to fail”—but not just because of its size

11/12/2013 - Why young people should take their parents to work

11/12/2013 - The future of energy is the past of energy

11/12/2013 - China’s third plenum is over. Xi Jinping needed to deliver. Alas, he didn’t

11/12/2013 - Steve Ballmer has made more than $1.7 billion since firing himself

11/12/2013 - The Star Trek tricorder just came a little closer to reality

11/12/2013 - Investing in the power of women

11/12/2013 - The economics of selling expensive phones to rich people in poor countries

11/12/2013 - Three-foot higher sea levels could flood $156 billion of Florida’s real estate

11/12/2013 - A greener motorized rickshaw could be the next ride for the emerging market poor

11/12/2013 - Why rare diseases are big pharma’s latest obsession

11/12/2013 - China announces a new plan to protect the people—on Twitter, which they can’t read

11/12/2013 - 10 million people are trying to tweet, text, and phone home to the storm-ravaged Philippines

11/12/2013 - More than half of US public schools don’t have wireless access

11/12/2013 - As protests rage, Thailand admits its rice subsidy scheme was perhaps a terrible idea

11/12/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Apple-Samsung suit, ICBC too big to fail, EU unemployment talks, atheist mega-churches

11/11/2013 - Northern and southern Europe are divided by weather, religion—and monetary policy

11/11/2013 - China’s newest political party just wants the government to follow the constitution

11/11/2013 - News Corp can’t stop the newspaper bleeding

11/11/2013 - Iran’s supreme leader built a real estate empire on seized property

11/11/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Apple-Samsung suit, Iranian nukes, anti-sleep culture, John Lennon

11/11/2013 - Next up on Venezuela’s list of shortages: washing machines?

11/11/2013 - A big winner in the driverless-car revolution: Television

11/11/2013 - Australia bakes under record temperatures, as its government fires scientists

11/11/2013 - Artists can do more than engineers to push innovation in tech

11/11/2013 - Half of all computer malware is written in Chinese, but the most dangerous is written in Russian

11/11/2013 - Haiyan’s wrath has left farmers in the Philippines to pick up the pieces

11/11/2013 - 40% of American women prefer male bosses

11/11/2013 - Is Bloomberg killing investigative stories to stay in China?

11/11/2013 - To find real value in digital media, look for the bandwidth hogs

11/11/2013 - Somali pirates will be back when they figure out their inventory management problem

11/11/2013 - Here’s the most amazing part of flying we hope you’ll never have to experience

11/11/2013 - What China’s $5 billion shopping day for singles looked like today

11/11/2013 - The Chinese government thinks officials shouldn’t let friends drink and die

11/11/2013 - It’s the most important change in the US economy since the Great Recession—that nobody is talking about

11/11/2013 - Hang on to your hats. Holiday shopping will be intense this year.

11/11/2013 - Abenomics still isn’t the magic bullet for Japan

11/11/2013 - 10 things you can do to increase your level of creativity

11/11/2013 - Big data can take the guesswork out of the hiring process

11/11/2013 - Help your healthcare clients get over the fear of new IT

11/11/2013 - How businesses can ‘listen’ to customers in the social media age

11/11/2013 - The English-language internet just grew by a third—but you probably won’t notice

11/11/2013 - Will robot submarines take over human exploration of the seas?

11/11/2013 - Thinking like a startup is the worst thing you can do for your business

11/11/2013 - The 900-year-old Hindu temple at the center of a turf war between Thailand and Cambodia

11/11/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Cyber Monday, Philippines rescue efforts, multilingual personalities, giant subway plugs

11/11/2013 - India just lured its biggest smartphone maker away from China

11/11/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Cyber Monday, Haiyan hits Vietnam, multilingual personalities, giant subway plugs

11/10/2013 - China’s unmarrieds spent nearly $6 billion in one day to feel less lonely

11/10/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Cyber Monday, EU budget talks, multilingual personalities, gimmicky valuations

11/10/2013 - Slides: Mobile is eating the world

11/10/2013 - Welcome to the two-speed economy

11/10/2013 - How to fix global warming before it’s too late

11/10/2013 - “404” and “fail” are the most popular words of 2013

11/10/2013 - Should the Philippines bill developed nations for the damage from Typhoon Haiyan?

11/10/2013 - Startups can now pitch to business-class travelers on Turkish Airlines

11/10/2013 - The price of a bitcoin, in gold, over time

11/10/2013 - Walmart could own the retail 3D-printing business by 2020

11/10/2013 - Why Twitter’s IPO will actually make it harder for the company to go on a startup-buying binge

11/9/2013 - How hiring ‘athletes’ creates a more accomplished workforce

11/9/2013 - Social media customer service is a failure

11/9/2013 - Broken companies may finally escape private equity’s game of hot potato

11/9/2013 - An illustrated guide to what happened during the US government shutdown

11/9/2013 - You could buy a Greek island for a song—and a massive headache

11/9/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The next billion, Blockbuster’s last stand, the Putin-Bush bromance, unicorns

11/9/2013 - State-sanctioned spying is rebuilding trade barriers the internet helped tear down

11/9/2013 - More bad borrowers are getting car loans in the US, making regulators nervous

11/8/2013 - After Twitter’s IPO, CEO Dick Costolo stopped geotagging his tweets

11/8/2013 - Singaporeans applaud their government for cracking down on philandering

11/8/2013 - San Francisco wants to show the world how to slash carbon emissions

11/8/2013 - Brazil has the world’s weirdest carbon footprint

11/8/2013 - What to expect when China sets its 10-year economic plan this weekend

11/8/2013 - One World Trade Center’s skyscraper supremacy hinges on what you call that thing on top

11/8/2013 - It’s harder to get a job in Italy with a college degree than without one

11/8/2013 - Banning trans fats is easy now that companies use much less

11/8/2013 - 3 ways 3-D printing could revolutionize healthcare

11/8/2013 - Digging into the details of the giant US jobs report

11/8/2013 - Final tally: Twitter’s IPO was bigger than Google’s, raising $2.1 billion

11/8/2013 - Typhoon Haiyan is threatening more than half of the Philippines’s sugarcane

11/8/2013 - The complete guide to getting what you want with body language

11/8/2013 - The surprisingly great US jobs report for October in two simple charts

11/8/2013 - The markets can shrug off France’s downgrade, but François Hollande can’t

11/8/2013 - 181 years after its founding, this company is finally going public

11/8/2013 - The biggest winner in Twitter’s IPO was Wall Street, not Silicon Valley

11/8/2013 - The US economy added 204,000 jobs in October, and the unemployment rate rose to 7.3%

11/8/2013 - Are American foodies ready for artisanal canola oil?

11/8/2013 - The one social network you don’t mind sharing with your boss

11/8/2013 - Thanks to audit firms, Math Men are taking over Madison Avenue

11/8/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Super Typhoon Haiyan, Iran nuclear talks, China summit nears, bulletproof suits

11/8/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Super Typhoon Haiyan, Iran nuclear talks, China summit nears, Lady Gaga’s space gig

11/7/2013 - “Made in China” Barbies are now being made for China

11/7/2013 - Super Typhoon Haiyan tears into the eastern Philippines

11/7/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Twitter’s IPO, Taliban’s new leader, US economic growth, Lady Gaga’s space gig

11/7/2013 - Three reasons to cheer Groupon’s lukewarm earnings

11/7/2013 - Disney’s theme parks are squeezing more out of cash-strapped Americans

11/7/2013 - The more central bankers explain themselves, the more confused the markets get

11/7/2013 - Two Australian coal mines alone will emit more greenhouse gases than 52 countries

11/7/2013 - Lottery odds and compound interest: Basic math that you’ll actually use

11/7/2013 - More Americans die each year from antibiotic-resistant bacteria than AIDS, and there are no new drugs coming

11/7/2013 - Behold the gory technique Costa Rican fishermen use to kill as many sharks as possible

11/7/2013 - NYSE’s courtship of Twitter began nearly three years ago

11/7/2013 - Financial data now allows marketers to target customers on their payday

11/7/2013 - How marketers can reach customers as their paychecks hit

11/7/2013 - How consumer financial records are driving marketers’ Christmas strategies

11/7/2013 - Lego’s next big challenge: exporting its unshowy culture

11/7/2013 - Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever seen, hit the Philippines with record force

11/7/2013 - Spain faces staggering losses as it accepts the reality of the housing bust

11/7/2013 - There’s one thing that makes you 27% more likely to get a job

11/7/2013 - Twitter starts trading at an astounding valuation of $31.3 billion

11/7/2013 - Big data can take the guesswork out of the hiring process

11/7/2013 - Pollution has damaged Chinese sperm so much that a black-market shot costs up to $4,900

11/7/2013 - Help your healthcare clients get over the fear of new IT

11/7/2013 - US economic growth claws closer to the mythical 3% mark

11/7/2013 - How businesses can ‘listen’ to customers in the social media age

11/7/2013 - Apple just revealed Germany’s conflicted attitude to privacy

11/7/2013 - Chaos is everywhere—here’s how to accept it

11/7/2013 - Time Warner doesn’t want you to know you can get HBO without cable

11/7/2013 - A female partner’s success bruises men’s egos—and they might not even know it

11/7/2013 - The tech industry’s woman problem: Statistics show it’s worse than you think

11/7/2013 - Australia’s surfing capital may soon teem with tiny, lethal jellyfish, thanks to warming seas

11/7/2013 - Pakistan might remain the only country in South Asia without 3G for a while longer

11/7/2013 - With fracking in full swing, is now the time for the US to start exporting crude oil?

11/7/2013 - These are Blockbuster’s last remaining stores in the US, before they all close

11/7/2013 - Chinese military still hacking foreign companies, but this time with political cover from the NSA

11/7/2013 - China wants to make a Johannesburg suburb into the “New York of Africa”

11/7/2013 - Tiananmen attack was payback for Xinjiang mosque raid, villagers say

11/7/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Twitter’s opening bell, Arafat poisoning probe, Abenomics under fire, Xi Jinping’s fashion statement

11/6/2013 - Pussy Riot is in good company—a trip to Siberia is a badge of honor for Russian dissidents

11/6/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—ECB decision, Twitter trading, price manipulation, Googoosha

11/6/2013 - Americans will keep getting Mexican Coke made with real sugar

11/6/2013 - A brief, illustrated history of Blockbuster, which is closing the last of its US stores

11/6/2013 - Influencers on company social media are being rewarded with trips to executive retreats

11/6/2013 - The key to good customer service is hiring Ivy League graduates, says founder of Warby Parker

11/6/2013 - The NSA’s surveillance program is starting to roil some of the world’s biggest companies

11/6/2013 - It’s time to rethink the world’s most common technology—the light switch

11/6/2013 - It’s the end of Walmart—and mass-market retail—as you know it

11/6/2013 - What Apple doesn’t say in its next transparency report may be more important than what it does

11/6/2013 - The sun sets on China’s one-time solar giant

11/6/2013 - Germany doesn’t care if everyone hates its export model

11/6/2013 - Spain has cut its exorbitant Christmas spending by over 40% since 2008

11/6/2013 - Most of Facebook’s revenue could come from emerging markets by 2015

11/6/2013 - More billionaires live in Beijing than in Los Angeles. Next year, that may change.

11/6/2013 - Why China’s single time zone is a problem

11/6/2013 - Resumes and transcripts have become obsolete

11/6/2013 - Looking for signs of life, however faint, amid the euro zone’s gloom

11/6/2013 - It’s official: Video games make your brain bigger

11/6/2013 - The risks in Twitter’s IPO that nobody seems to care about

11/6/2013 - Alibaba sets out to grab a slice of China’s surging travel bookings

11/6/2013 - Watch “The Next Billion,” our forum about the mobile internet in the developing world

11/6/2013 - The country that cares most about the World Cup after Brazil is… Switzerland?

11/6/2013 - This company is shifting the balance of power in the doctor-patient relationship

11/6/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—New York’s new mayor, Twitter sets IPO price, Apple’s “warrant canary,” Somali pirates’ paltry booty

11/6/2013 - You can’t trust what banks say about rates for borrowing, swaps, currency or oil

11/6/2013 - Twitter’s IPO will be a chance for humans to notch a big win over robots

11/6/2013 - China is trouncing France in English-language proficiency

11/6/2013 - Google engineers blast the NSA with F-bombs, righteous outrage, and Lord of the Rings analogies

11/6/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—China explosions, New York’s new mayor, Samsung’s strategy, pirate’s sad booty

11/5/2013 - Bombing at provincial Communist Party office adds to China’s long list of violent attacks

11/5/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Lieberman’s verdict, India’s rocket, art haul, pirate booty

11/5/2013 - Tesla just turned in another quarterly profit, but couldn’t compete with the hype

11/5/2013 - Old drugs, new tricks: ADHD medicine could help with binge-eating

11/5/2013 - China’s corruption crackdown is helping fuel a second-hand luxury market

11/5/2013 - The economic case against extended maternity leave

11/5/2013 - Why even California can’t stop catastrophic climate change

11/5/2013 - Italian men don’t like housework, Canada has too many rooms, and eight other data updates on the world

11/5/2013 - India is quite capable of sending a rocket to Mars and fighting poverty at the same time

11/5/2013 - Coffee prices keep plunging, but don’t count on a cheaper cup of joe at your local cafe

11/5/2013 - CEOs use these stealthy tactics to exert their influence

11/5/2013 - A floating island of Japanese tsunami debris is headed for America’s west coast

11/5/2013 - Ukraine doubles down on $20 billion shale gas plan to escape Russia’s clutches

11/5/2013 - China discovers that pollution makes it really hard to spy on people

11/5/2013 - These companies are about to strike it rich thanks to the iPhone’s fingerprint sensor

11/5/2013 - Health nuts are guzzling coconut water faster than aging palm trees can produce it

11/5/2013 - Twitter CEO Dick Costolo can be tracked in real time, using Twitter

11/5/2013 - A suicide investigation highlights how intense the pressure is on CFOs

11/5/2013 - Microsoft botched the Excel spreadsheet in its Surface tablet ad

11/5/2013 - This terrifying drone company isn’t just not dead, it’s getting $7 million

11/5/2013 - The world’s fattest major country consumes an astounding amount of Coca-Cola products

11/5/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Telefonica splits Czech, India’s Mars mission, Euro growth trimmed, NJ mall shooter on the loose

11/5/2013 - Why Oakley’s “Asian fit” sunglasses aren’t racist, just science

11/5/2013 - $5,000 gets you an eHarmony counselor to manage your dating profile

11/5/2013 - Beijing goes hunting for overseas real estate bought with dirty money

11/5/2013 - China’s cruise industry is on course to surpass America’s in four years

11/5/2013 - How English football clubs can attract more bad publicity: Ban journalists

11/5/2013 - Chinese bus maker draws fire for paying Chinese workers barista-level wages in the US

11/5/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—New Jersey mall shooting, BlackBerry sale fizzles, auto earnings, cloned sequoias

11/4/2013 - BlackBerry’s new CEO could help the troubled company get closer to China—but not too close

11/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Car earnings, BlackBerry’s non-sale, Morsi’s trial, kangaroo testicles

11/4/2013 - An insider-trading conviction condemns Steve Cohen to becoming the 59th-richest American

11/4/2013 - This tiny fish is scarfing down your plastic trash

11/4/2013 - The latest travel marketing craze: Unmarried aunts who want to spoil other people’s kids

11/4/2013 - Google and Microsoft’s newest rivalry: renewable energy

11/4/2013 - China’s latest version of Viagra comes from kangaroo testicles

11/4/2013 - Why Sweden and Switzerland want Chinese people to be able to tell them apart

11/4/2013 - A breakthrough in quantum cryptography could make financial markets of the future cheat-proof

11/4/2013 - Blame booze and uppity passengers for your next delayed flight

11/4/2013 - BlackBerry can’t sell its phones—or its business

11/4/2013 - Edward Snowden’s leaks could derail a $300 billion trans-Atlantic trade deal

11/4/2013 - Twitter’s IPO could now be bigger than Google’s

11/4/2013 - Contradiction in action: four short films about a four-door sports car

11/4/2013 - Falling profits are forcing Ryanair to stop being such a cheapskate airline

11/4/2013 - Israel is on track to have the highest rate of M&A since 1994

11/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—BlackBerry bids, SAC guilty plea, Ryanair profit warning, making broccoli happen

11/4/2013 - Want to be an entrepreneur? First, ask yourself these five questions

11/4/2013 - Get ready for in-store advertising that looks you straight in the eye

11/4/2013 - Partially-digested “cat poop” coffee is not only disgusting, but inhumane

11/4/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—BlackBerry bids, Bangladesh strikes, Germany wants privacy, reconsidering the guillotine

11/3/2013 - A bottler of beloved Mexican Coke is considering shifting from cane sugar to save money

11/3/2013 - Cash bonuses are better than raises for getting people to work harder, say Harvard researchers

11/3/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—BlackBerry bids, Bangladesh strikes, Germany wants privacy, the guillotine reconsidered

11/3/2013 - The big banks seem to be more worried about lawsuits than Big Oil

11/3/2013 - 4 reasons Japan could continue to be the land of the rising stock market

11/3/2013 - What Twitter’s IPO means

11/3/2013 - The six biggest mistakes of managing an introvert

11/2/2013 - The five reasons a drone will not be delivering your pizza

11/2/2013 - Five more reasons to kill daylight saving time

11/2/2013 - Will the popping of the carbon bubble really bop investors?

11/2/2013 - East Africa’s first modern art auction includes bargains starting at $1,140

11/1/2013 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Bank footnotes, tech geography, corporation tax, filing systems

11/1/2013 - All the flights that are dependent on LAX staying open

11/1/2013 - As climate change intensifies, the world faces an unpalatable choice: eat or drink

11/1/2013 - Brazil thinks it’s being colonized by China, and wants its economy back

11/1/2013 - On North Korea’s surprisingly amazing tablet you can play Angry Birds and read Dickens

11/1/2013 - Seattle’s pro-broadband mayor enlists Reddit against “Comcast candidate”

11/1/2013 - Auto sales suggest consumers shrugged off Washington’s October insanity

11/1/2013 - The complete guide to not being that idiot who got the company hacked

11/1/2013 - Applying lessons and undertaking change

11/1/2013 - The biggest US food stamp beneficiary is a corporate giant

11/1/2013 - It’s beginning to look a lot like a Samsung Christmas

11/1/2013 - Latin America’s lackluster leaders can’t hide behind economic growth any longer

11/1/2013 - COOs beware: Nissan’s fixing its quality control problem by slashing your job

11/1/2013 - The clean-up crew at RBS is doing the bare minimum to detoxify the bank

11/1/2013 - How Turkey made its railway tunnel under the Bosphorus earthquake-proof

11/1/2013 - The US needs to retire daylight savings and just have two time zones—one hour apart

11/1/2013 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—RBS “bad bank,” business vs. the Tea Party, Obamacare’s dismal first day, Sriracha is saved

11/1/2013 - Thanks to Fukushima, the global solar slump may be finally over

11/1/2013 - Beijing’s response to Tiananmen attack could divide China even further

11/1/2013 - Wanted: CEO for Israel’s largest company; must relate well to a challenging boss

11/1/2013 - Inside Google’s new 1-million-square-foot London office—three years before it’s ready

11/1/2013 - Why tech companies can’t get office space in London—even though landlords are desperate to have them