11/30/2014 - UN blasts the American justice system in torture report

11/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—China bank deposits, UN climate talks, Sarkozy’s back, twins

11/30/2014 - Here are the best countries to grow old in

11/30/2014 - A picture-perfect nose job: how the selfie is boosting demand for plastic surgery

11/30/2014 - In Ferguson, there are no malls left to boycott

11/30/2014 - Across Europe, xenophobia is becoming a vote winner

11/30/2014 - Take it from a software engineer: learning code can be a nightmare

11/29/2014 - All eyes in the global marijuana legalization movement are on Uruguay’s election

11/29/2014 - Tennis is the latest sport to chase money around the world

11/29/2014 - How the architects of the new Sandy Hook Elementary School addressed the town’s past, and its future

11/29/2014 - Why I’d rather teach illiterate Roma than Princeton students

11/29/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Ferguson’s lessons, water sommeliers, development’s failings, the Hillary show

11/29/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Ferguson’s lessons, water sommeliers, development’s failings, the Hillary show

11/28/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Ferguson’s lessons, water sommeliers, development’s failings, the Hillary show

11/28/2014 - Spain’s bizarre tax laws make it easier to sell porn than theater tickets

11/28/2014 - A Thanksgiving with people who are truly thankful for America

11/28/2014 - A 15-minute Ebola test will be trialled in West Africa

11/28/2014 - The new Star Wars trailer is out: now wait 12 months for the actual movie

11/28/2014 - Thailand’s junta chief asked for a new TV backdrop—and the internet answered

11/28/2014 - LinkedIn data show the US is losing out on the immigrants it covets most

11/28/2014 - I’m skipping Christmas presents this year to chase my startup dreams

11/28/2014 - When adopted children forget their birth language, it may not be lost without a trace

11/28/2014 - Maglev elevators are coming that can go up, down, and sideways

11/28/2014 - Your neighbourhood supermarket can now turn into a bank

11/28/2014 - The complete guide to live-in relationships in India

11/28/2014 - Map: Nearly half the world can now visit India without queuing at an embassy

11/28/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Cameron’s migrant crackdown, Ferguson Thanksgiving protests, OPEC cuts blocked, Sriracha beer

11/27/2014 - Here is what they don’t tell you about feminism and sexuality in Hindu mythology

11/27/2014 - Activists urge a boycott of Black Friday in solidarity with Ferguson

11/27/2014 - With oil prices plunging, OPEC and Russia are on their knees

11/27/2014 - How do you parent after a night like that?

11/27/2014 - Would you give thanks for Sriracha beer?

11/27/2014 - How to really understand white privilege

11/27/2014 - Why Delta is fighting a solution to the chaos at the busiest airport in the world

11/27/2014 - How wealthy black Americans invest their money differently from rich white Americans

11/27/2014 - How to time your purchase of a Christmas tree

11/27/2014 - Black Americans still have a reason to be hopeful this Thanksgiving

11/27/2014 - Surviving the hollow ache of Thanksgiving with divorced parents

11/27/2014 - Hate billboards? Move to France’s advertising-free town

11/27/2014 - American farmers are growing too many cranberries

11/27/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Ebola vaccine success, Europe’s Google vote, Thai elections delayed, the tryptophan myth

11/27/2014 - India’s super rich population is exploding

11/27/2014 - SAARC can succeed only if it loses its obsession with India-Pakistan affairs

11/27/2014 - Alibaba’s Jack Ma needs India as much as India needs him

11/27/2014 - India’s most famous stay-at-home dad still has to answer questions about his salary

11/27/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Ebola vaccine success, Europe’s Google vote, Thai elections delayed, the tryptophan myth

11/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Europe’s kick-start, Goldman’s price fixing, Kim Dotcom is broke, people powered planes

11/26/2014 - Why drones will likely be GoPro’s next big hit

11/26/2014 - Why the uranium market has recently given investors glowing returns

11/26/2014 - The pepper spray cops are using in Hong Kong likely came from a town close to… Ferguson

11/26/2014 - Hollywood’s glut of sequels may still leave it with a meager Thanksgiving

11/26/2014 - Forget London, Dublin might be the hottest property market in Europe right now

11/26/2014 - Stranded passengers hop out of a plane to give it a shove

11/26/2014 - Companies are squeezing finance department budgets, and that’s actually good news for CFOs

11/26/2014 - China is imposing an unofficial Ebola quarantine in its “Little Africa”

11/26/2014 - It’s hard to make money in streaming music, but Spotify might just pull it off

11/26/2014 - How the iPhone 6 Plus is changing people’s reading habits

11/26/2014 - The complete guide to Instagramming your Thanksgiving dinner

11/26/2014 - How America’s Thanksgiving turkeys got so huge

11/26/2014 - Race aside, there’s a Constitutional reason the Ferguson grand jury was wrong

11/26/2014 - Why Uber is offering free cab rides in India

11/26/2014 - US banks are lending to everyone but homeowners

11/26/2014 - It’s time for an honest conversation about what it means to kill in war

11/26/2014 - Facebook is simply crushing it in mobile

11/26/2014 - The best Thanksgiving prayer you’ll read is this one—by an atheist

11/26/2014 - Everybody knows who Bill Gates is, but nobody knows what WWW means

11/26/2014 - The worst days to fly in the US, ranked

11/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Ferguson protests spread, Europe vs. Google, Uber’s $40B valuation, emulating slime mold

11/26/2014 - Why Indian venture capitalists must stop discriminating against women founders

11/26/2014 - The bizarre tale of the “indict a ham sandwich” judge who became a felon

11/26/2014 - Bollywood thinks India is ready for the hook-up app Tinder

11/25/2014 - Six years after the Mumbai attacks, India remains a hotbed of terror

11/25/2014 - What does the world think about what happened in Ferguson?

11/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Santander reshuffles, Nigeria devalues, America surprises, slime mold succeeds

11/25/2014 - Thanksgiving is the best day to fly business class

11/25/2014 - The gluten-free Thanksgiving menu it’s not too late to make

11/25/2014 - One of the easiest ways to lose weight is about to get easier in the US

11/25/2014 - Here’s how Iran is responding to the failure of the nuclear talks

11/25/2014 - See the floating rocket landing pad SpaceX went to court to protect

11/25/2014 - It’s harder for the average Brit to get a mortgage, but “super prime” London sales are soaring

11/25/2014 - See how red tweeters and blue tweeters ignore each other on Ferguson

11/25/2014 - Drones: the best gift of the season

11/25/2014 - The US economy expanded even faster than we thought last quarter

11/25/2014 - Are big corporate backers finally abandoning FIFA over corruption?

11/25/2014 - Self-segregation: Why it’s so hard for white people to understand Ferguson

11/25/2014 - When Turkey’s Erdogan says women are not equal to men, he’s talking to his base

11/25/2014 - Coca-Cola’s next offering: milk

11/25/2014 - The best tools for hooking up your kitchen to the internet

11/25/2014 - Los padres estadounidenses están sacrificando el matrimonio por los hijos

11/25/2014 - Por qué todos los bebés en Facebook están envueltos en la misma manta

11/25/2014 - La diferencia fundamental entre los niños que se distinguen en matemáticas y los que no

11/25/2014 - Así luce el Día de Acción de Gracias con un toque latino

11/25/2014 - How America’s only water sommelier justifies his restaurant’s 44-page water menu

11/25/2014 - See for yourself: This is the evidence the Ferguson grand jury saw before deciding

11/25/2014 - Our appetite for blockbusters like “Star Wars” is fuelling a boom at this British company

11/25/2014 - Toys that help kids become global leaders

11/25/2014 - People are treating Africa like a country because of Ebola

11/25/2014 - Here’s what Thanksgiving would look like around the world

11/25/2014 - Why India wants to ban the sale of loose cigarettes

11/25/2014 - Here’s one way to profit from America’s falling out with breakfast cereal

11/25/2014 - FYI, see below

11/25/2014 - What yellow slime—yes, slime—can teach your organization

11/25/2014 - The new European hotspots for travelers from around the world

11/25/2014 - These are the quirky rituals that usher every cosmonaut into space

11/25/2014 - The future is finally here: We have jetpacks

11/25/2014 - Where to focus if you want to fix traditional media

11/25/2014 - Tencent signs a streaming deal with HBO, but China’s censors might not leave much to watch

11/25/2014 - There is still a chance for justice for Mike Brown—Obama and Holder can deliver it

11/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Ferguson post-decision violence, Hong Kong protest scuffles, Twitter’s DM fail, Lego gender equality

11/25/2014 - Clayton Christensen should really disrupt his own innovation theories

11/25/2014 - The UK is about to enter an era of messy multi-party politics

11/25/2014 - The other injustice in Ferguson: Schools are closed

11/25/2014 - The 3 reasons the grand jury didn’t indict Darren Wilson

11/25/2014 - Murli Deora was a bridge between the Congress and Mumbai’s corporate world

11/25/2014 - Aruna Roy on the dangers of hero-worshipping prime minister Modi

11/25/2014 - How the Ferguson prosecutor scapegoated the media, Twitter, and the witnesses to Michael Brown’s killing

11/25/2014 - China’s wealthy parents love British private schools

11/24/2014 - What an election campaign looks like in the remotest corner of Jammu and Kashmir

11/24/2014 - Watch these live streams from Ferguson, Missouri, as the city reacts

11/24/2014 - It’s not just Ferguson: US cops who kill are rarely indicted

11/24/2014 - Here’s a look inside GE’s brand new manufacturing facility in Pune

11/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Hagel quits, Iran talks stretch on, Apple donates, dirty kissing

11/24/2014 - Hagel was fired because he was the easiest man to throw overboard

11/24/2014 - ESPN may finally offer a cord-cutting internet TV service…but only for cricket

11/24/2014 - Chuck Hagel’s resignation is the end of Obama’s fantasy foreign policy

11/24/2014 - US cabinet shakeups through the years, charted

11/24/2014 - An economist explains what the heck is happening to the global economy

11/24/2014 - The love affair with emerging markets is over

11/24/2014 - Why the black community can’t stay neutral on Bill Cosby

11/24/2014 - The essentials every video junkie should own

11/24/2014 - “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” is already a disappointment

11/24/2014 - How Fab.com went from a $1 billion valuation to a $15 million fire sale

11/24/2014 - Tunisia just had two clean elections—but it could be headed for another Arab Spring

11/24/2014 - The invisible borders that define American culture

11/24/2014 - The richest of the rich live in these 25 countries

11/24/2014 - Americans ruined yoga for the rest of the world

11/24/2014 - Do you really need a pilot’s license to fly a drone?

11/24/2014 - IKEA has created a desk that converts from sitting to standing via a simple button

11/24/2014 - Forget beating HBO: Netflix just revealed it has much bigger goals in mind

11/24/2014 - Video: Rare glimpse of the predator fish Black Seadevil caught on film

11/24/2014 - Iran is forgoing $1.6 billion a month thanks to the failed nuclear talks

11/24/2014 - Stylish essentials for the savvy traveler

11/24/2014 - The best tech toys to take on real-life adventures

11/24/2014 - The euro zone is already jonesing for more monetary stimulus

11/24/2014 - Why Pacer should (and should not) be like Edgar

11/24/2014 - Japan’s most expensive museum is full of fake art

11/24/2014 - Forty years ago, Lego wrote a powerful letter to parents about how gender works

11/24/2014 - Microsoft at its peak would have crushed Apple

11/24/2014 - Can Xiaomi shake Samsung’s firm hold over India’s smartphone market?

11/24/2014 - Here’s what Modi’s government plans to accomplish in the winter session of parliament

11/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Global spyware, Iran deal unlikely, Samsung shake-up, Disney no-fly zones

11/24/2014 - A year after he was accused of rape, Tarun Tejpal is returning to the elite literary circuit

11/24/2014 - This start-up wants to disrupt the corrupt global “maid trade”—by charging the rich more

11/23/2014 - Why the Delhi Metro needs to get rid of the ladies compartment

11/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Iran nuclear talks, Ferguson waits, Ebola fears, Lionel Messi

11/23/2014 - Putin says another decade in power is enough

11/23/2014 - This list of broken records shows how insanely good Lionel Messi is

11/23/2014 - Why Ferguson has been in a state of emergency for years

11/23/2014 - Do this one simple thing to make perfect, anxiety-free pie crust

11/23/2014 - Why it’s time for Jeff Bezos to pay Amazon employees more

11/23/2014 - Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson wants to be a spokeswoman for “slow writing”

11/23/2014 - This is the proof that the 1% have been running the show for 800 years

11/23/2014 - Three artists whose work you should see to understand race in America today

11/23/2014 - How the Library of Congress got caught up in a Mark Twain plagiarism scandal

11/22/2014 - Paris is really close to ruining its skyline—again

11/22/2014 - The story of spatchcocking and how Mark Bittman changed Thanksgiving forever

11/22/2014 - South Korea is threatening to jail selfie stick retailers

11/22/2014 - 200 years of latex clothing, from secret fetish to high fashion

11/22/2014 - LA’s best Instagrammers took over this contemporary art show

11/22/2014 - Modi has decided to honour Obama at a time when his own country has written him off

11/21/2014 - The markets finally realized that winter is coming

11/21/2014 - The failure of Silicon Valley’s say-anything immigration push

11/21/2014 - These 10 technologies changed medical care and access in India

11/21/2014 - Teens grossed out by new school lunches hatetweet at Michelle Obama

11/21/2014 - The week’s nine most important economic charts

11/21/2014 - Desperate for an economic boost, Paris turned on its Christmas lights earlier than usual this year

11/21/2014 - Obama forgets his phone, runs back into the White House to get it

11/21/2014 - The unstoppable march to self-driving cars is already underway

11/21/2014 - What to make of the Chinese Stock Connect’s big, splashy bellyflop

11/21/2014 - Are you paying more for your IKEA furniture than shoppers in other countries?

11/21/2014 - Delta’s flag-waving meets its match in market realities

11/21/2014 - A Chinese hospital is tasing men to simulate the pain of childbirth

11/21/2014 - China’s censors have some ideas about how to make the global internet more “fair”

11/21/2014 - Netflix’s zeitgeisty holiday ad will make you awwww, then lol

11/21/2014 - China’s surprise rate cut shows how freaked out the government is by the slowdown

11/21/2014 - A doctor explains why she won’t text patients their test results

11/21/2014 - France’s simple solution to curbing helicopter parents makes life better for women

11/21/2014 - Use Lyft? Here’s your etiquette guide

11/21/2014 - Digital footprints: How Facebook will help immigrants prove their residency

11/21/2014 - Now you can download Wall Street’s favorite networking tool

11/21/2014 - This is what a Latino-infused Thanksgiving looks like

11/21/2014 - Everything you wanted to know about how India watches porn in one map and five charts

11/21/2014 - The world’s oldest monopoly is finally coming to an end

11/21/2014 - How English changes when you can’t use the letter “e”

11/21/2014 - The best times to release bad earnings

11/21/2014 - The university majors that saddle Americans with the heaviest debt burden

11/21/2014 - The subversive message of Hong Kong’s version of “House of Cards”

11/21/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s immigration reforms, Japan’s parliament dissolves, UKIP’s victory, leave those leaves alone

11/21/2014 - Economic gloom makes stockpilers of us all

11/21/2014 - Serial is showing white people how to talk about people of color

11/21/2014 - The key to the survival of Indian cricket may actually be hidden in its latest scandal

11/21/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe Edition—Obama’s immigration reforms, Nintendo’s “Smash” hit, Japanese real estate, leave those leaves

11/21/2014 - These are the voices you did not hear after the Chhattisgarh sterilization tragedy

11/20/2014 - Chinese bloggers quietly remember “China’s Gorbachev”

11/20/2014 - What the major US networks put on TV instead of Obama’s immigration speech

11/20/2014 - Barack Obama’s speech on immigration reform: “We were once strangers, too”

11/20/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—ECB goes shopping, Goldman sacks, Kerry visits Vienna, blind soccer players

11/20/2014 - Apple is already using one-fourth of the world’s sapphire supply

11/20/2014 - Why Obama can’t wait for Congress to fix the broken US immigration system

11/20/2014 - US corporations have spent more than $25 billion on thin air this week

11/20/2014 - Reminder: “Serial” isn’t a TV show, it’s real life

11/20/2014 - How autonomous cars will change our highways

11/20/2014 - These are the US’s worst cities for commuters

11/20/2014 - One vision of the highway of the future

11/20/2014 - Netflix now accounts for 35% of bandwidth usage in the US and Canada

11/20/2014 - Video: poet Nikki Giovanni calls out Bill Cosby—seven years ago

11/20/2014 - Why there could be life on Venus

11/20/2014 - Shut up about the inaccuracies of “Interstellar”

11/20/2014 - The greatest chart ever made about US CPI inflation

11/20/2014 - The odds your smartphone will survive a fall just got a whole lot better

11/20/2014 - If the Calabrian mafia were a company, it would be the fifth largest in Italy

11/20/2014 - All aboard the UK’s first poop bus

11/20/2014 - The Quartz Chart of the Year™ will look something like this

11/20/2014 - Why your Uber driver hates Uber

11/20/2014 - India seems to be doing a good job keeping Ebola out—but no one can explain how

11/20/2014 - Two charts that should enrage millennials trying to make a decent living

11/20/2014 - The art of not working at work

11/20/2014 - Cool watches, real jobs: How makers are reshoring American know-how

11/20/2014 - Google’s cheap smartphone program has launched with a whimper

11/20/2014 - Why you’re more likely to get free Wi-Fi in a budget hotel than a fancy one

11/20/2014 - Bill Cosby and the power of a beloved franchise

11/20/2014 - Recipes for the new world order: When the Indians host Thanksgiving

11/20/2014 - The Afghan girls who live their childhoods as boys

11/20/2014 - Google came up with a formula for deciding who gets promoted—here’s what happened

11/20/2014 - We rode the Honda unicycle from that OK Go video and it was surprisingly awesome

11/20/2014 - Why selling cars in India may be Tesla’s toughest challenge yet

11/20/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Alibaba’s bond sale, Obama’s immigration order, global manufacturing weakness, world’s worst commutes

11/20/2014 - Apple is about to change streaming music—and Spotify should be worried

11/20/2014 - Uber’s other price war is in India, where rides now start at $1.30

11/20/2014 - From Golden Temple to Rampal siege: Why it’s so hard to deal with India’s religious standoffs

11/20/2014 - This ice cream company conquered mithai-loving Indians with figs and custard apples

11/20/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Alibaba’s bond sale, Obama’s immigration order, Apple’s Beats plan, world’s worst commutes

11/20/2014 - How hating my first two jobs helped me create the perfect corporate culture

11/20/2014 - How Apple Pay stacks up against the retailers’ competing payment system

11/20/2014 - China executes three times more people than the rest of the world combined

11/19/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Mexicans strike, Target delivers, flu mask fashion, bad commutes

11/19/2014 - China just realized it needs to clean up the football field-sized cesspools destroying its deserts

11/19/2014 - Can big data really make a better bra?

11/19/2014 - What 600 gigs of Syrian censorship logs can teach us about digital freedom

11/19/2014 - What beauty looks like on a microscopic level

11/19/2014 - These nine fugitives are on a most-wanted list for harming the environment

11/19/2014 - Are men really having a masculinity crisis?

11/19/2014 - These are the most “caring” countries on the planet

11/19/2014 - These are the safest cities in America for women

11/19/2014 - The problem with Netflix’s overseas expansion

11/19/2014 - These programming skills will earn you the most money

11/19/2014 - Satellite internet is a space business widow-maker—so why does Elon Musk want in?

11/19/2014 - MTV wants to know: Are you being discriminated against for being white?

11/19/2014 - A quick history of why Asians wear surgical masks in public

11/19/2014 - These countries drink the most beer in the world

11/19/2014 - What texting does to the spine

11/19/2014 - Thai student protestors arrested for “Hunger Games” salute

11/19/2014 - Now there’s only one major American airline that lets you check in a bag for free

11/19/2014 - America’s toughest commutes, charted

11/19/2014 - Will Pandora survive 2015?

11/19/2014 - Hold the champagne: British workers’ latest weekly pay raise will only cover a cheap loaf of bread

11/19/2014 - Sorry, Netflix: Serial proves that the best shows shouldn’t be binged on

11/19/2014 - Why Amazon will never lose the book war

11/19/2014 - How to not spoil your kids in five easy steps

11/19/2014 - Shell’s billion dollar legal victory signals the welcome end of tax terrorism in India

11/19/2014 - We may be close to a world of limitless power from artificial leaves

11/19/2014 - This map shows how Zomato is taking over the world

11/19/2014 - Japan’s new maglev train will be the world’s fastest subway

11/19/2014 - Raghuram Rajan is not going to cut rates right now—here’s why he’s right

11/19/2014 - Here’s what Sunny Leone has to tell Kim Kardashian about Bigg Boss

11/18/2014 - New York’s financial regulator wants bankers where it can see them

11/18/2014 - Five major European exporting trends

11/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—China’s conference, Nokia’s tablet, airline non-savings, class-conscious Britain

11/18/2014 - Netflix is finally coming to Australia and New Zealand

11/18/2014 - This is how Apple wants you to design Apple Watch apps

11/18/2014 - How the internet has changed the way European business owners think about exports

11/18/2014 - Uber’s CEO appeared to tweet an apology, but it was actually an internal memo

11/18/2014 - The politics of PDA in India

11/18/2014 - Why Apple’s absurd valuation makes perfect sense

11/18/2014 - A brief history of Hong Kong’s 30-year fight for democracy

11/18/2014 - These CEOs make more than their companies pay in corporate taxes

11/18/2014 - The real roots of midlife crisis

11/18/2014 - This is the face of the world’s first “global cannabis brand”

11/18/2014 - Manchester United is suffering in its exile from Europe

11/18/2014 - Behold, the coolest passport on the planet

11/18/2014 - Seals are mysteriously sexually assaulting penguins—and eating them

11/18/2014 - Watch Google’s new auto-caption program nail all kinds of images

11/18/2014 - Does chickpea-free hummus still count as hummus?

11/18/2014 - How MailChimp’s irresistible “Serial” ad became the year’s biggest marketing win

11/18/2014 - Here’s why everyone is flying America’s terrible airlines again

11/18/2014 - How to stay productive when using Slack

11/18/2014 - 70% of managers actually make their teams worse

11/18/2014 - Why airlines can charge sky-high fuel fees even though oil prices are low

11/18/2014 - Why the workplace of the future won’t give you your own desk

11/18/2014 - The remarkable rise of big data economics

11/18/2014 - There are fewer Hindu-Muslim riots when the Congress is in power, new study shows

11/18/2014 - The Great Firewall’s latest victims demonstrate its stubborn flaw

11/18/2014 - The hijacking of the ECB’s euro selfie competition was swift and brutal

11/18/2014 - Watch the invisible patterns of air travel over some of the busiest skies in the world

11/18/2014 - These are the strangest-looking airplanes in the world, and there’s about to be a bunch more of them

11/18/2014 - Paying me $125,000 won’t make me a better teacher

11/18/2014 - The government is about to curb India’s insatiable gold appetite—again

11/18/2014 - Will young Brits ever be able to buy their own homes?

11/18/2014 - What if China held a world internet conference and the world didn’t show up?

11/18/2014 - Why the world’s largest democracy has the most modern-day slaves

11/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Japan delays tax, Hong Kong barricades dismantled, Ferguson’s emergency, China’s house prices, Russia’s Wikipedia

11/18/2014 - Liar’s Dice isn’t the only Indian film that has a chance at the Oscars this year

11/17/2014 - Why India, not China, is a better investment partner for Africa

11/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Big oil and big drugs, Romania’s next president, more bank fraud, Russia’s Wikipedia

11/17/2014 - Here’s why Jeff Bezos should (but probably won’t) split Amazon in two

11/17/2014 - Why the US is planning to make telephone users pay for public school internet

11/17/2014 - Why I’m teaching Serial instead of Shakespeare

11/17/2014 - The biggest names in fashion are trying to make Instagram a shopping app

11/17/2014 - Uber and Spotify’s deal is more than just a marketing stunt

11/17/2014 - How the story you tell yourself can make you happier

11/17/2014 - The real reason Ferguson is boarding up its storefronts

11/17/2014 - The Dutch village where everyone has dementia

11/17/2014 - Scientists plan to resurrect the woolly mammoth, Jurassic Park-style

11/17/2014 - Facebook wants to do LinkedIn better than LinkedIn

11/17/2014 - Dried, chewy bananas are every health food trend in one snack

11/17/2014 - The Iran nuclear talks have a week left to triumph brilliantly or utterly collapse

11/17/2014 - The web is alive and well

11/17/2014 - What the Islamic State’s currency tells us about the bloody origins of money

11/17/2014 - Here are 10 ingredients of Narendra Modi’s blockbuster shows abroad

11/17/2014 - Narendra Modi’s Sydney speech was basically Madison Square Garden 2.0

11/17/2014 - How the “Golden Age” of tennis finally found its Super Bowl

11/17/2014 - Finally, the US admits it: AP classes are way too white

11/17/2014 - Apple’s new UnionPay deal could pave the way for Apple Pay in China

11/17/2014 - Watch: a swarm of lionfish have overrun Florida’s coast

11/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Japan’s surprise recession, Actavis-Allergan deal nears, Facebook for work, reanimated corpses

11/17/2014 - Why Iran and Brazil are sending more college students to the US

11/17/2014 - Hong Kong is on the cusp of a young woman shortage

11/17/2014 - Watch the video of Narendra Modi’s speech at Sydney’s Allphones Arena

11/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Japan enters recession, China-Australia free-trade deal, Facebook for work, emoji vs. tilde

11/17/2014 - Interactive graphic: Every active satellite orbiting earth

11/17/2014 - Is venture capital killing India’s startups?

11/16/2014 - Now absolutely everyone can invest in China’s risky, fraud-ridden stock market

11/16/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—China and Australia free-trade deal, Petrobas, Assassin’s Creed, hipsters

11/16/2014 - Bill Gates is putting his own money into a small impact-investing fund focused on India

11/16/2014 - These close-up photos of a comet from the Rosetta-Philae mission will touch your soul

11/16/2014 - The word “feminist” is already in decline

11/16/2014 - Monty Python’s John Cleese on the secret of success: Enjoy the process, and reinvent yourself

11/16/2014 - Down syndrome mom: the “death with dignity” debate insults my son’s life

11/16/2014 - This is why kids in London do better in school

11/16/2014 - The new “Assassin’s Creed” game is reviving an ancient debate over the French Revolution

11/15/2014 - The broken-down beauty of Eastern Ukraine, 25 years after the end of the USSR

11/15/2014 - Why did Apple take the Israeli flag out of Mac OS Yosemite?

11/15/2014 - After 24 years, a chance to advertise in London’s Piccadilly Circus

11/15/2014 - This US Navy ship is now armed with a drone-killing laser beam

11/15/2014 - How successful people stay productive

11/15/2014 - As ISIL launches one, a short guide to creating your own currency

11/15/2014 - India’s government thinks blocking porn will prevent rape

11/14/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The internet gift, jellyfish blooms, fun with taxes, hipster algorithms

11/14/2014 - The three essential skills you’ll need to survive the future of work

11/14/2014 - Eliminating the torment of city parking with smartphones and sensors

11/14/2014 - To the moon and back in search of a parking spot

11/14/2014 - Another way to look at America’s least affordable housing markets

11/14/2014 - Why are emerging markets sending so much dead-tree media around the world?

11/14/2014 - The world’s fish poachers are now being tracked… by Google

11/14/2014 - We’re eating all the world’s chocolate and now we need science to save us

11/14/2014 - The Onion and Funny or Die are both up for sale. Seriously.

11/14/2014 - When is fortunetelling a crime?

11/14/2014 - Cord-cutting is starting to accelerate in the US

11/14/2014 - The ocean is now warmer than ever before in recorded history

11/14/2014 - The Iranian actors who Jon Stewart could have cast in his movie about Iran

11/14/2014 - Why it’s way too early to celebrate Greece’s growth spurt

11/14/2014 - Meet the man behind Taylor Swift’s war on Spotify

11/14/2014 - This 12-year-old filmmaker uncovered why New York City schools never have snow days

11/14/2014 - Indira Gandhi’s chilling press releases from 1976—and why women still haven’t escaped her brutal state of Emergency

11/14/2014 - Photos: The people who thought their lives couldn’t get any worse—until Russia invaded

11/14/2014 - Dear PR person who just sent me a robo-pitch:

11/14/2014 - The Umbrella Movement marks a coming of age for Hong Kong’s “princess” generation

11/14/2014 - The US Congress wants to get involved in Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests

11/14/2014 - India’s sterilization deaths are “medical homicide,” says the country’s most famous doctor

11/14/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Russian provocations, US domestic spyplanes, Amazon-Hachette truce, clean-room lettuce

11/14/2014 - It’s Children’s Day in India. Here are 6 gifts to make your kid smarter

11/13/2014 - India’s credit card rules just took the ease out of Uber

11/13/2014 - Can data analytics cure the U.S. education system?

11/13/2014 - The new system that empowers teachers with student data

11/13/2014 - How real-time patient data can identify medical issues before complications arise

11/13/2014 - Real-time and historical data sets are being leveraged at hospitals to reduce infections

11/13/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Buffett buys batteries, Amazon quells Hachette, eco-friendly drones, super lettuce

11/13/2014 - Apple’s astounding market valuation has hit another all-time peak

11/13/2014 - Microsoft just overtook Exxon Mobil

11/13/2014 - Bilinguals have stronger, faster brains than the rest of us

11/13/2014 - Why I’m making a big investment in Harvard’s computer science faculty

11/13/2014 - Dads around the world: We can’t have it all either

11/13/2014 - Finally, a bank run by 4-year-olds

11/13/2014 - Countries without militaries

11/13/2014 - Introducing the world’s first solar road

11/13/2014 - Why America’s biggest grocer has trouble keeping its shelves freshly stocked

11/13/2014 - Big banks’ new money-saving strategy: streamlined snitching

11/13/2014 - Germany was just voted the best country on the planet

11/13/2014 - Here’s how Rohit Sharma just scored the highest runs in one-day international cricket

11/13/2014 - Vikram Pandit on how to address America’s two-speed economic recovery

11/13/2014 - Now you can shop the world’s little-known luxury boutiques on your phone

11/13/2014 - The Saudis say there is no price war, but they are experts at “sweating” their rivals

11/13/2014 - Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement is weighing its limited options—including surrender

11/13/2014 - The complete guide to networking for introverts

11/13/2014 - Why the US has the most powerful currency on the planet

11/13/2014 - Bogus foreign universities dupe thousands of Indian students—here’s how to outsmart them

11/13/2014 - This winter’s new miracle drink is bone broth

11/13/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Euro deflation worries, DreamWorks-Hasbro tie-up, African Ebola trial, vending machine salads

11/13/2014 - Vasectomies are cheaper and safer than female sterilization—so why don’t more men get them?

11/13/2014 - India and the US finally end their WTO standoff—and global trade gets a big boost

11/13/2014 - Toshiba’s high-tech grow rooms are churning out lettuce that never needs washing

11/13/2014 - Why Kim Kardashian is the world’s best marketer

11/13/2014 - Narendra Modi wants to “Act East” but catching up with China won’t be easy

11/13/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obama in Burma, DreamWorks-Hasbro tie-up, Fifa clears Qatar, vending machine salads

11/12/2014 - India is begging this ethnic group to go forth and multiply—but they aren’t amused

11/12/2014 - It wasn’t ISIL that attacked US sailors in Turkey. That’s good… and bad

11/12/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Comet landing, Iran’s drone clone, the ad-free internet, Osama the Hero

11/12/2014 - Why the US is breaking the drug laws that it has forced the world to live by

11/12/2014 - See the first shots from the Rosetta mission’s successful comet landing

11/12/2014 - Twitter’s growth strategy, as expressed in tweets

11/12/2014 - This scientist is blogging from inside Rosetta mission control

11/12/2014 - Fox News viewers are the least informed about net neutrality

11/12/2014 - Here’s why you should care about the web today

11/12/2014 - This is what the web looks like without ads

11/12/2014 - Why cats never became man’s best friend

11/12/2014 - Francois Hollande really can’t do anything right at the moment

11/12/2014 - Are parents on iPhones endangering their kids?

11/12/2014 - Turns out Americans do care about online privacy after all

11/12/2014 - Live: The Rosetta mission’s lander has just touched down on a comet 300 million miles away from earth

11/12/2014 - How Alibaba is using bra sizes to predict online shopping habits

11/12/2014 - The lucrative rewards of failing at the highest levels of soccer

11/12/2014 - Here’s what midsized businesses are currently feeling confident about

11/12/2014 - More than half of midsized business owners expect their industry to improve in the next year

11/12/2014 - The steps you can take to set up your cloud securely

11/12/2014 - How the craft beer revolution made cans cool again

11/12/2014 - This gossipy social network is getting huge on US college campuses

11/12/2014 - Photos: How a police atrocity in Mexico unleashed a nation’s anger

11/12/2014 - Here’s what it takes to make your down coat ethical this winter

11/12/2014 - Five mistakes that will kill any startup

11/12/2014 - How baby boomers ruined parenting forever

11/12/2014 - Thailand’s anti-coup protesters are psyched about the new “Hunger Games” movie

11/12/2014 - The only major social media platform Narendra Modi is not using is Tinder

11/12/2014 - The complete guide to staying in shape on the road

11/12/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Banks’ forex fines, US-China climate pact, Japanese tax delay, comet probe landing

11/12/2014 - This map captures the blood-soaked history of India’s sterilization programme

11/12/2014 - Singaporeans are the latest burger fans to go ga-ga for In-N-Out

11/12/2014 - A new China-US emissions pledge mostly confirms what China was going to do anyway

11/12/2014 - The true story of Bollywood’s undercover female makeup artists

11/12/2014 - The journalist who took on the Italian mob—and scared it to death

11/11/2014 - The four types of sleep schedules

11/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Alibaba’s billions, Ford’s aluminum trucks, Spotify’s Swift response, electric tigers

11/11/2014 - The numbers are in: US politicians love Uber

11/11/2014 - The web is at risk of losing its hard won independence

11/11/2014 - Howard Schultz and Starbucks are trying to shift how veterans are hired

11/11/2014 - Forget Taylor Swift: Spotify is facing a much bigger problem

11/11/2014 - Ignore business school rankings—they’ll be totally different by the time you graduate

11/11/2014 - Oil prices are plunging through symbolic barriers at a rate of once a month

11/11/2014 - Stunning images of deforestation (and other consequences of globalization) via Google Earth

11/11/2014 - Fukushima radiation is hitting the US west coast. Here’s why you shouldn’t freak out

11/11/2014 - In the war against ISIL, Iran is not—and will not be—a friend to the US

11/11/2014 - Here’s why the Rosetta Mission has so many Egyptian names

11/11/2014 - Alibaba’s founder Jack Ma says he doesn’t have time to go shopping on Singles Day

11/11/2014 - Instagram is killing teen girls’ self-esteem

11/11/2014 - T-Mobile’s John Legere just confirmed he is in fact a telecom CEO

11/11/2014 - Virtual reality movies are coming—and they’re going to be crazy

11/11/2014 - Watch physicists explain why time travel is actually possible

11/11/2014 - Someone turned Wikipedia into a beautiful song

11/11/2014 - Inside Alibaba’s war room on the world’s biggest online shopping day

11/11/2014 - Jellyfish are stepping up their ocean invasions—and humans are helping them

11/11/2014 - Three immigration fixes that Obama doesn’t need Republicans for

11/11/2014 - By 2018, China will spend more online than the rest of the world combined

11/11/2014 - Sriracha addicts inspire a clever, coattail-riding hot sauce accessory

11/11/2014 - How to grow a startup without bosses, meetings, or an office

11/11/2014 - Reuters wants to convince young people to embrace TV news on their phones

11/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—China’s Singles Day, Google’s airport, Musk’s satellite plans, the pope’s velvet rope

11/11/2014 - How a female US Army colonel tamed the males-only Egyptian Army

11/11/2014 - Eight charts that show how Pakistan’s view of India has changed over 30 years

11/11/2014 - Putin’s latest gas deal highlights yet again that China is in the driver’s seat

11/11/2014 - How Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra plans to conquer India

11/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—China’s Singles Day, Putin’s APEC flirting, Musk’s satellite plans, Pope Francis the bouncer

11/11/2014 - Alibaba’s record breaking sale shows exactly how far Indian e-commerce firms still need to travel

11/10/2014 - Delhi has the filthiest air on the planet right now—by a long shot

11/10/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Singles’ Day sales, net neutrality, Moscow’s bad smells, Korean divorce

11/10/2014 - The real reason that US internet service providers are terrified of strong net neutrality

11/10/2014 - LinkedIn is being sued for making it too easy to use your former co-workers as references

11/10/2014 - What Baghdad must do if Baghdadi is dead

11/10/2014 - Somebody is snooping on CEOs by hacking hotel wi-fi

11/10/2014 - Microsoft is about to overtake Exxon-Mobil

11/10/2014 - How this antipsychotic became America’s best-selling drug

11/10/2014 - Alibaba just sold more than $1.8 billion worth of goods in one hour of online shopping

11/10/2014 - Watch John Oliver grill US state governments for the way they promote the lottery

11/10/2014 - The interwebs in America, in a single chart

11/10/2014 - Russia and the markets are engaged in a high-stakes game of chicken

11/10/2014 - The oil price collapse just claimed the world’s biggest shipping oil company

11/10/2014 - Laundry detergent’s latest innovation is a safety hazard for kids

11/10/2014 - India’s most famous psychologist looks on the bright side about Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus—and even the Chinese

11/10/2014 - Barack Obama says the internet is a public good, and that’s why the US needs net neutrality

11/10/2014 - How pictures of the Eiffel Tower at night violate copyright

11/10/2014 - The CIA finally sets the record straight on the true story behind “Argo”

11/10/2014 - Apple is finally allowing lapsed iPhone users to receive their texts

11/10/2014 - Why India needs a bank that loans to beauty parlours and kitchens

11/10/2014 - See the “Berlin Walls” still standing around the world

11/10/2014 - It’s now easier than ever for Chinese citizens to visit the US and spend money

11/10/2014 - Joel Klein says US students should spend a lot more time in school

11/10/2014 - Why Banksy is (probably) a woman

11/10/2014 - Europe faces a huge industrial problem as the internet expands

11/10/2014 - This NASA image explains why it’s getting difficult to breathe in Delhi

11/10/2014 - The real problem with Americans and their disrespect for Obama—according to a Canadian

11/10/2014 - How Slack has made itself an indispensable business tool

11/10/2014 - The inaugural Luxembourg tax-avoidance power rankings

11/10/2014 - Is Alibaba’s Singles Day really worth it for China’s stressed-out retailers?

11/10/2014 - These beautiful images made International Space Station astronauts into social media stars

11/9/2014 - India’s new defence minister has a $40 billion shopping list—plus some increasingly hostile neighbours

11/9/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—APEC meeting, Catalonia vote, Jay Z’s champagne, scary books

11/9/2014 - For maximum governance, Modi goes with maximum government

11/9/2014 - Why payments in the US have been stuck in the Dark Ages

11/9/2014 - Middle East authorities are cracking down on audio that gets you “high”

11/9/2014 - The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago today, and the city rebuilt it with 8,000 light balloons

11/9/2014 - How a racist remark led to Jay Z’s newest investment—champagne

11/8/2014 - An enormous bitcoin mine went up in flames, affecting the entire network

11/8/2014 - How 888,246 red ceramic poppies captivated Britain and brought WWI to life

11/8/2014 - Watch Larry Lessig make the case that campaign finance renders the US, at best, a quasi-democracy

11/8/2014 - Will Toy Story 4 be any good? An examination of the successes and failures of famous fourths

11/8/2014 - LOL if you must, but the internet is actually making English better

11/7/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Democrats’ defeat, Indonesian migrants, financial propriety, life with al-Qaeda

11/7/2014 - Confirmed: Doritos-flavored Mountain Dew is for real

11/7/2014 - Why being in the air can help our thinking

11/7/2014 - How intelligence agencies have infiltrated every aspect of the modern communications system

11/7/2014 - Harvard researchers have found a way to keep HIV out of blood stem cells

11/7/2014 - Why Americans are giving so little money to the Red Cross for Ebola relief

11/7/2014 - Hey America, you’re not as important as you think (at least on the internet)

11/7/2014 - Twitter was right—it’s not the next Facebook

11/7/2014 - Why Georgians fight to keep statues of Stalin, as the rest of the former USSR tears them down

11/7/2014 - All of the Bureau of Labor Statistics emails containing the phrase “in one chart,” in one chart

11/7/2014 - Why Mark Zuckerberg wears the same t-shirt every day

11/7/2014 - The coulda-been-better US jobs report for October in two simple charts

11/7/2014 - Local politics killed China’s $3.7-billion high-speed rail deal with Mexico

11/7/2014 - We’re live-charting the not altogether terrible US jobs report for October

11/7/2014 - South Africa’s version of Whole Foods faces calls to halt purchases of Israeli produce

11/7/2014 - Why Silicon Valley doesn’t care about Android

11/7/2014 - Eric Schmidt visited Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement protesters

11/7/2014 - Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement is starting to splinter

11/7/2014 - Why Wendy’s has to get off its burger dependency

11/7/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Apple’s sapphire secrets, US jobs, Mexico-China rail split, legalization gender gap

11/7/2014 - A high-profile sexual harassment case in Pakistan is exposing the hypocrisy of the educated elite

11/7/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obama’s Iran letter, Disney’s success, Detroit’s reckoning, offputting vacation bores

11/6/2014 - Narendra Modi is not the most powerful Twitter user in India

11/6/2014 - AIG was avoiding taxes when it was owned by the US government

11/6/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Obama’s secret letter, Amazon’s talking computer, Detroit’s reckoning, vacation envy

11/6/2014 - Americans are finally flying for Thanksgiving again

11/6/2014 - Go ahead, quit your job

11/6/2014 - The iPhone 6’s tremendous global impact, in charts

11/6/2014 - How K-Cups defeated a legendary hedge fund manager

11/6/2014 - Asia’s newest tech obsession in three charts

11/6/2014 - The cost of India’s heart disease epidemic is over $2 trillion

11/6/2014 - Japan gave Manmohan Singh the love he no longer gets at home

11/6/2014 - In the election fight between environmentalists and oil money, this Texas town went green

11/6/2014 - Elon Musk’s a straight shooter, and that’s why investors love him

11/6/2014 - Facebook now has a donate button for Ebola

11/6/2014 - The secrets of Luxembourg’s multinational tax hustle, revealed

11/6/2014 - How the US stacks up to the world’s most prosperous country

11/6/2014 - How to tell if gold is overvalued

11/6/2014 - Watch the world’s fastest elevators ascend the world’s tallest buildings

11/6/2014 - Midsized businesses feel the health of the US economy is out of their control—here’s why

11/6/2014 - It seems nuts, but the Swiss may go back to a gold standard

11/6/2014 - Why you probably won’t understand the web of the future

11/6/2014 - Five ways to save Ferguson’s economy

11/6/2014 - China is on track to build high-speed rail in just about every corner of the world

11/6/2014 - The most important person at your company doesn’t work for you

11/6/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—iPhone malware, Germany’s factory funk, China’s ivory smuggling, Starbucks bans bling

11/6/2014 - China’s sketchy app stores are now serving up iPhone malware

11/6/2014 - Chinese officials allegedly smuggled ivory out of Tanzania on president Xi Jinping’s plane

11/6/2014 - Why the Republicans’ US election win could be bad news for China’s economy

11/6/2014 - Indians have found an online haven where it’s OK for them to know it all

11/5/2014 - This is why Mahatma Gandhi is so evil in Civilization

11/5/2014 - Narendra Modi is the world’s most powerful Indian—but not as powerful as Sonia Gandhi once was

11/5/2014 - Why Elon Musk is delaying the debut of the next Tesla

11/5/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Germany’s trains, Europe’s stimulus, Britain’s Iraqi mission, punishing kindness

11/5/2014 - First, a US hedge fund tried to seize Argentina’s boat, then its rockets—now it’s after a person

11/5/2014 - From Davos to Delhi, why is it so hard to find women at the World Economic Forum?

11/5/2014 - How to hire like a top Google innovator

11/5/2014 - HBO and big cable can’t decide whether they’re best friends or bitter enemies

11/5/2014 - Three charts to remind you why Russia is cutting its currency loose

11/5/2014 - Too many kids quit science because they don’t think they’re smart

11/5/2014 - Brits are finally signing up for 4G broadband—but that’s slowing down the speed

11/5/2014 - Facebook says the US is the worst offender in a huge leap in requests for user data

11/5/2014 - Jiro dreams of an end to overfishing

11/5/2014 - Why the US is the only country in the world to have elections so often

11/5/2014 - We’re live at The Next Billion, Quartz’s forum on the mobile world

11/5/2014 - Jeff Bezos is trying to woo India’s elite—by modelling a $1,350 Nehru jacket

11/5/2014 - Bayern Munich is winning the battle for German soccer supremacy but may be losing the war

11/5/2014 - 752 people have exercised their right to die in Oregon—why you’ve only heard about Brittany Maynard

11/5/2014 - Big banks just set aside $15 billion for legal defense instead of boosting the economy

11/5/2014 - This sneaky substance is in almost everything you eat—and it’s destroying the planet

11/5/2014 - A month in, the iPhone 6 Plus was the right choice

11/5/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Republican midterm surge, DC legalizes it, Europe’s malaise deepens, Germany discovers burgers

11/5/2014 - This is Google’s incredibly simple hiring formula

11/5/2014 - Thailand’s fiery sky lanterns are beautiful—but incredibly dangerous for airplanes

11/5/2014 - Sanofi claims to have a vaccine for dengue—and India needs it the most

11/4/2014 - I helped make Alex from Target go viral

11/4/2014 - Beijing’s attempt to scrub the air before APEC is shaping up to be a huge fiasco

11/4/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—US votes, Siemens splits, Alibaba dazzles, Bollywood grows up

11/4/2014 - Why American politicians are obsessed with white women

11/4/2014 - These are Americans’ favorite insults, by political affiliation

11/4/2014 - Why you should never swear on your LinkedIn profile

11/4/2014 - This startup handles one of the most essential functions on the internet and it just raised another $35 million

11/4/2014 - This is what Big Tech wants a Democrat to look like

11/4/2014 - Videos: How India’s most popular cars disintegrate during accidents

11/4/2014 - The balance of power in online advertising is slowly shifting from Google to Facebook

11/4/2014 - Newsroom memo: change isn’t coming to America

11/4/2014 - India’s most famous muffler is about to make its return

11/4/2014 - Marketers are capitalizing on smell sensors that put shoppers in the mood to buy

11/4/2014 - How digital scent devices could change the way we travel and shop

11/4/2014 - Meet six intriguing entrepreneurs honored by Goldman Sachs

11/4/2014 - Finally, emoji aren’t just for white people

11/4/2014 - Why I couldn’t fix New York City’s schools

11/4/2014 - How to talk about a European recovery that never arrives

11/4/2014 - Shell executives get slammed at their own climate change conference

11/4/2014 - American Eagle stopped airbrushing lingerie models, and sales are up

11/4/2014 - Why high-stakes entrance exams are a terrible idea

11/4/2014 - Mercedes-Benz’s new SUV is basically a giant solar panel

11/4/2014 - Those soul-crushing late night shifts are also ruining your brain

11/4/2014 - More Japanese dislike China than the other way around

11/4/2014 - The real problem behind Virgin Galactic’s flight test disaster is bad business

11/4/2014 - How cable news changes the way Americans vote

11/4/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US elections, Apple’s euro bonds, Alibaba earnings, undercover penguin robot

11/4/2014 - However the US votes on marijuana today, it’s 2016 that really matters

11/4/2014 - This is the ideal formula to calculate startup pay

11/4/2014 - The chart Obama-haters love most—and the truth behind it

11/4/2014 - It is futile to hurry. India’s labour law problem can only be fixed in phases

11/4/2014 - This is what happens to test scores when you pay teachers $125,000 a year

11/4/2014 - Rape and menopause: These charts show how more and more elderly women are falling victim to sexual crimes in India

11/4/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—US fraud fail, Apple’s euro bond, Xiaomi’s mega-funding, Chinese cremation quotas

11/4/2014 - “Work-life balance” is an empty slogan for many women in Japan

11/4/2014 - A report confirms what passengers know: Indian Railways’ new website is awesome

11/4/2014 - The Vietnamese are poised to overtake the Chinese as the world’s biggest pork lovers

11/3/2014 - The urgent need for companies to attract talent and retain potential retirees

11/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—European bank controls, Macau’s casinos, 1 WTC, Chinese bodysnatchers

11/3/2014 - This map of international phone calls explains globalization

11/3/2014 - Why Taylor Swift is the most important artist of the millennial era

11/3/2014 - Why two liquor giants are swapping tequila for Irish whiskey

11/3/2014 - Stanford MBAs: tech is out, finance is in

11/3/2014 - Here’s what you need to know about Virgin America’s $320 million IPO

11/3/2014 - These places are better for doing business than the US

11/3/2014 - How an Asian country beat Scotland to become the world’s best whisky maker

11/3/2014 - Where does the creative class move?

11/3/2014 - Here’s what happens when a New York high school teacher plays the best rugby team in the world

11/3/2014 - Ryanair is back on track, and in the mood for a price war

11/3/2014 - Stocks just stormed back into the lead against bonds

11/3/2014 - These stores are showing mercy to employees on Thanksgiving

11/3/2014 - The north of England is getting more power, whether the people like it or not

11/3/2014 - There’s finally some good news for India’s beleaguered power sector

11/3/2014 - A double murder in Hong Kong highlights Indonesia’s vast, vulnerable pool of migrant women

11/3/2014 - The global story of mobile connectivity, as seen in South Africa

11/3/2014 - How to fix tech conferences’ white male problem

11/3/2014 - Smart, sexy, and never self-righteous: how one luxury startup does social responsibility right

11/3/2014 - The uglier side of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement pits Chinese against Chinese

11/3/2014 - The New York Times and Axel Springer are wrong about Blendle

11/3/2014 - The forgotten story of India’s colonial slave workers who began leaving home 180 years ago

11/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—New WTC opens, Virgin Galactic investigation, Obama-Yellen sit-down, whiskey-tequila swap

11/3/2014 - Hong Kong’s shoppers didn’t let tear gas or protests stop them in September

11/3/2014 - China’s mobile internet revolution is mostly taking place among the working class

11/3/2014 - The Indian government has a new anti-corruption weapon that’s stashed in your phone

11/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—New WTC opens, Hong Kong banker murder, India-Pakistan bombing, whiskey-tequila swap

11/2/2014 - Tim Cook’s coming out portends a liberation of the Creative Ghetto

11/2/2014 - This is what happens when your CEO runs marathons in his spare time

11/2/2014 - The failure of One World Trade Center

11/2/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia Edition—Burkina Faso’s coup, the new WTC, a global climate deadline, WWI debts

11/2/2014 - This backpack designed for poor kids does so much more than carry books

11/2/2014 - Forget self-driving cars; we should be focusing on self-driving buses

11/2/2014 - Lie down and tell the app what’s wrong

11/2/2014 - Want to watch Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ the way he’d like it to be seen? Book a ticket to Hyderabad

11/2/2014 - The value of the New York City marathon isn’t pace—it’s participation

11/2/2014 - America can still redeem itself over Ebola

11/2/2014 - We’ve got 86 years to stop using fossil fuels—and even that might not save civilization

11/1/2014 - Science: This is the catchiest song of all time

11/1/2014 - In 2014, countries are still paying off debt from World War One

11/1/2014 - Graduates from private universities earn higher salaries

11/1/2014 - What a surprise drone and a soccer brawl reveal about the Balkans

11/1/2014 - Where and why some middle-class American families are actually getting giant raises

11/1/2014 - Think you might be sensitive to gluten? Here’s the first thing you shouldn’t do.

11/1/2014 - Doctors say alcohol should come with calorie labels

11/1/2014 - Here’s the scoop on Scoopwhoop: India’s Buzzfeed cuts big deal with Bharti Softbank