9/30/2014 - Hong Kong protesters boo the Chinese flag as Beijing’s shadow looms

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Ebola reaches US, Kenya’s GDP jump, the new Windows, sewage surveillance

9/30/2014 - Inside Apple’s one-day Watch pop-up at Paris Fashion Week

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Ebola reaches US, Kenya’s GDP jump, the new Windows, sewage surveillance

9/30/2014 - Explore the ways female executives are changing family wealth and dynamics

9/30/2014 - Stay Calm and Carry On: Why it’s nearly impossible for Ebola to spread in the US

9/30/2014 - There’s something really wrong with 1/3 of the planet

9/30/2014 - Chanel puts on a feminist rally at Paris Fashion Week

9/30/2014 - Los Angeles is building an e-highway

9/30/2014 - See one of the world’s largest lakes dry up, in photos

9/30/2014 - How to write a résumé that gets you hired at Google

9/30/2014 - Television is being taken over by filmmakers, and that’s a beautiful thing

9/30/2014 - Meet the Hong Kong teenager who’s standing up to the Chinese Communist Party

9/30/2014 - Daytime photos capture the eerie quiet of Hong Kong’s central district

9/30/2014 - The rise of the MD/MBA degree

9/30/2014 - How Apple got its 2% tax rate in Ireland

9/30/2014 - Kenya’s economy grew by 25% overnight

9/30/2014 - PayPal is finally free—let the real mobile-payments battle begin

9/30/2014 - Foreigners own most of Germany’s DAX

9/30/2014 - The man who challenged Pakistan’s VIP culture is sacked by his employer

9/30/2014 - Hong Kong’s democracy movement has moved way beyond just students

9/30/2014 - The $1.2 billion (and counting) of 2014 US political spending, in charts

9/30/2014 - If everyone in the world lived like an American, we would need 3.9 planets

9/30/2014 - These charts can help you understand why the Indian Americans are a force to reckon with

9/30/2014 - You want to live in a city that uses data in one of these three ways

9/30/2014 - Use this calculator to see how bars jack up the prices of your favorite drinks

9/30/2014 - How American parenting is killing the American marriage

9/30/2014 - India’s Mint and The Wall Street Journal end their seven-year partnership

9/30/2014 - Thailand’s answer to a grisly double murder is ID wristbands for tourists

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Hong Kong’s eerie quiet, Euro zone inflation, China clears iPhone, curry brain food

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Hong Kong’s eerie quiet, Euro zone inflation, China clears iPhone, curry brain food

9/30/2014 - Hong Kong’s umbrella revolution may be the politest protest ever

9/30/2014 - Netflix is making an original movie—but it won’t come cheap

9/30/2014 - How ExxonMobil swayed US sanctions and strengthened Putin’s hand

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Hong Kong’s eerie quiet, Euro inflation, China clears iPhone, curry brain food

9/30/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Hong Kong’s eerie quiet, Euro inflation, China clears iPhone, curry brain food

9/29/2014 - The US is ready to redefine “television” to include the internet

9/29/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Afghanistan’s president, Hong Kong’s deadline, SoftBank/DreamWorks, homebrew tanks

9/29/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Afghanistan’s president, Hong Kong’s deadline, SoftBank/DreamWorks, homebrew tanks

9/29/2014 - Not even a citrus-based superhero can save orange juice

9/29/2014 - In Ferguson, journalists accuse the local government of obstruction

9/29/2014 - Four different ways artists and technologists are silencing noise

9/29/2014 - A secretive German conglomerate is on a mission to control your breakfast

9/29/2014 - What you need to know about the ‘woman’s heart attack’

9/29/2014 - Why China doesn’t feel the need to back down in Hong Kong

9/29/2014 - Brazil’s markets are spooked by the thought of four more years of Dilma Rousseff

9/29/2014 - Watch an alarming collision in one of the world’s most important waterways

9/29/2014 - How Steve Jobs set Apple up to survive silly controversies like “Bendgate”

9/29/2014 - The Thai government says there is only one proper way to make green curry

9/29/2014 - What is the meaning of the umbrellas in Hong Kong’s “Umbrella Revolution”?

9/29/2014 - Disney is using Star Wars to drive people to its streaming apps

9/29/2014 - The newest selfie gadget is a wearable drone

9/29/2014 - East coast elitism is still alive and well on Wall Street

9/29/2014 - John Oliver pokes fun at Prime Minister Modi’s epic visit to New York

9/29/2014 - Beer won’t make you smarter, but a compound found in hops might

9/29/2014 - How exercise can help kids with ADHD

9/29/2014 - Incredibly, subprime loans are driving the US economy—again

9/29/2014 - China’s slowing down fast. Here are the countries that will be hit hardest—and those that will be celebrating

9/29/2014 - Soccer’s magic spray has been declared a health hazard in Germany

9/29/2014 - The health effects of leaving religion

9/29/2014 - To get ahead in soccer, try building an enormous stadium

9/29/2014 - Once a reluctant comrade, Sushma Swaraj is quietly excelling as Modi’s foreign policy enforcer

9/29/2014 - Why Hong Kong’s protests matter to the global economy

9/29/2014 - Europe could fine Apple billions for illegal tax-cutting deals

9/29/2014 - Modi’s show of strength in New York will shape how he is treated by Washington

9/29/2014 - There’s a huge hidden downside to standing desks that no one told me about

9/29/2014 - “When we felt threatened, we opened umbrellas and raised our hands”

9/29/2014 - Chinese censors are trying to erase Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement

9/29/2014 - How exercising more increases your risk of cavities

9/29/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Hong Kong occupied, Modi in Manhattan, new EU-Apple probe, CIA Starbucks

9/29/2014 - Of all natural calamities, floods are the deadliest for India

9/29/2014 - Why Dubai’s soaring property prices aren’t in bubble territory—yet

9/29/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Hong Kong occupied, Modi in Manhattan, new EU-Apple probe, CIA Starbucks

9/29/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Hong Kong occupied, Modi in Manhattan, new EU-Apple probe, CIA Starbucks

9/28/2014 - “Hands up, don’t shoot” comes to Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement

9/28/2014 - Democracy activists’ plan to disrupt Hong Kong is starting to work

9/28/2014 - Why global commodity prices are crashing and what it means for India

9/28/2014 - How Narendra Modi made history in New York

9/28/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Hong Kong unrest, Modi in Manhattan, France’s far-right, dictator gout

9/28/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Hong Kong unrest, Modi in Manhattan, France’s far-right, dictator gout

9/28/2014 - We’re arriving at the endgame for BlackBerry

9/28/2014 - An alarming crackdown on LGBT rights is hitting Grindr and other online corners of the Arab world

9/28/2014 - How to win over 20,000 Indians expecting the greatest show on earth

9/28/2014 - The case for being average

9/28/2014 - Photos: The protests outside that Narendra Modi and Madison Square Garden won’t see

9/28/2014 - Modi is Lula’s successor as leader of the global poor

9/28/2014 - One way to tell whether incredible news you read online is really true

9/28/2014 - Brace yourself for the corporate journalism wave

9/28/2014 - Hong Kong has entered a state of mass civil disobedience

9/28/2014 - Watch the video of Narendra Modi’s speech at Madison Square Garden

9/28/2014 - How to watch Narendra Modi’s many speeches across America

9/27/2014 - Imagining a future where racial reassignment surgery is the norm

9/27/2014 - Japan may finally cash in on the elderly’s love of gambling

9/27/2014 - Ireland is just now getting around to introducing postal codes

9/27/2014 - Chinese parents are literally giving their own blood for their children’s test scores

9/27/2014 - Arab Twitter users dislike Iran even more than they dislike the US

9/27/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—America’s weak power, India’s soft power, paternity leave, political reincarnation

9/27/2014 - Five alternative ways that Thom Yorke could have released his new album

9/27/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—America’s weak power, India’s soft power, paternity leave, political reincarnation

9/27/2014 - Why Narendra Modi will deliver his UN speech in Hindi

9/26/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—America’s weak power, India’s soft power, paternity leave, political reincarnation

9/26/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—America’s weak power, India’s soft power, paternity leave, political reincarnation

9/26/2014 - The markets kind of freaked out this week, and no one knows why

9/26/2014 - The Kremlin wants more control over Facebook, Google, and Twitter

9/26/2014 - You soon won’t be able to escape this bizarre, mysterious Korean music video

9/26/2014 - The 10 most important charts of the week

9/26/2014 - Google is “tightening the screws” on Android to keep control over the web

9/26/2014 - Salvadoran kids love their TOMS—but they already have shoes

9/26/2014 - ExxonMobil reportedly finds oil in the Russian Arctic

9/26/2014 - Here’s the itinerary of Narendra Modi’s insanely busy US visit

9/26/2014 - American businesses are seriously starting to spend

9/26/2014 - Walmart’s new CEO has made its iconic Saturday morning meeting optional

9/26/2014 - What we can learn from the secret recordings of Federal Reserve officials

9/26/2014 - This $1.85 toilet could save millions of lives

9/26/2014 - Here are the best ways to disable an ISIL oilfield

9/26/2014 - Meet the man trying to take Narendra Modi to US court

9/26/2014 - These secret tapes reveal the troubling relationship between the Federal Reserve and Goldman Sachs

9/26/2014 - Bill Gross is leaving PIMCO, and shares of his new home are surging

9/26/2014 - How Facebook and Google are taking over your online identity

9/26/2014 - This Chinese-government-funded institute is taking over how Chinese is being taught around the world

9/26/2014 - Facebook Messenger is actually a monster hit

9/26/2014 - The mechanical leech, the anti-crime bowtie, and seven other preposterous Victorian inventions

9/26/2014 - Five non-smartphone things the new Blackberry Passport has been compared to

9/26/2014 - The six paths of the typical US college graduate—and why they’re all wrong

9/26/2014 - Why you’re terrible at calculating risk

9/26/2014 - How Netflix and Amazon became leaders in humane portrayals of transgender characters

9/26/2014 - No, Google Glass doesn’t make it safer to text and drive

9/26/2014 - How I’m using my gig as a writer for ‘Transparent’ to make sure the T in LGBT isn’t edited out of television

9/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Modi’s US visit, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, Intel’s China deal, cows hate cowbells

9/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Modi’s US visit, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, Intel’s China deal, cows hate cowbells

9/26/2014 - New York City’s transit system may not be facing an imminent terrorist threat, but many have tried

9/26/2014 - Hong Kong democracy protesters plan for the worst with DIY urination devices

9/26/2014 - Hong Kongers’ miserable sex lives are making a baby drought worse

9/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Eric Holder’s farewell, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, “Jihadi John” identified, flying fish bones

9/26/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Eric Holder’s farewell, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, “Jihadi John” identified, flying fish bones

9/25/2014 - What will be Narendra Modi’s mantra for the United States?

9/25/2014 - What Modi can accomplish in the US and why he is unlikely to succeed

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Eric Holder’s farewell, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, endless employee vacation, flying fish bones

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Eric Holder’s farewell, Ukraine’s cold shoulder, endless employee vacation, flying fish bones

9/25/2014 - To finish its Russian Arctic well, ExxonMobil needs to drill just eight days faster

9/25/2014 - From the Buddha to Bollywood to BPOs: A brief history of India’s soft power

9/25/2014 - How Google is trying to rid itself of secret sexism

9/25/2014 - One of the world’s largest gatherings is a hotspot for deadly outbreaks

9/25/2014 - This is how the “Shell Shock” bug imperils the whole internet

9/25/2014 - What will Narendra Modi wear to visit the US?

9/25/2014 - To keep customers coming back, some Chinese restaurants are lacing noodles with opiates

9/25/2014 - Six ways America is hurting itself with its corporate secrecy obsession

9/25/2014 - Cows actually really hate cowbells

9/25/2014 - Belle of last year’s UNGA ball, Iran’s Rouhani is overshadowed by enemies trampling in his backyard

9/25/2014 - The US just created the world’s largest marine sanctuary

9/25/2014 - Why customer service pays off most when the economy is positive

9/25/2014 - Why it tastes better when it costs more

9/25/2014 - Make in India is Modi’s new deal for foreign investors—these numbers explain why it was overdue

9/25/2014 - China’s investment in infrastructure is exactly what made Alibaba’s IPO possible

9/25/2014 - Xi Jinping’s calls for ethnic tolerance don’t match his government’s actions

9/25/2014 - How to stop comparing yourself to everyone else at work

9/25/2014 - Is the breastfeeding “privacy curtain” on this public bus in China empowering or shaming?

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—IS refineries hit, Modi’s US visit, H&M heatwave slump, Wall St. occupational hazards

9/25/2014 - Which countries ask Google for users’ data most often, and which countries are most successful in getting it

9/25/2014 - How to save your preemie: Wrap her in a robot

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—IS refineries hit, Modi’s US visit, H&M heatwave slump, Wall St. occupational hazards

9/25/2014 - The price of a gray market iPhone 6 in China is plummeting

9/25/2014 - Perfectionist microbreweries may reverse Japan’s slide into canned cocktails

9/25/2014 - India’s power crisis is set to worsen, unless the Modi government acts fast

9/25/2014 - As China eats into its market, India’s toy industry pins hope on e-commerce

9/25/2014 - Love is not algorithmic

9/25/2014 - India’s drug price control regime just pulled off a logic defying move

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—IS refineries hit, Modi’s US visit, Harvard’s $36B man, mammoth auction

9/25/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—IS refineries hit, Modi’s US visit, Harvard’s $36B man, mammoth auction

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Modi’s US visit, PayPal adopts bitcoin, paternity leave, mammoth auction

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Modi’s US visit, PayPal adopts bitcoin, paternity leave, mammoth auction

9/24/2014 - When food fads collide: Pumpkin spice, meet Greek yogurt

9/24/2014 - Uh-oh! Irish property prices are soaring again

9/24/2014 - What Google is telling people who want to be forgotten

9/24/2014 - How much is a date with you worth?

9/24/2014 - The United Nations had a fashion show, and it was actually good

9/24/2014 - 24 lucky writers will take part in the first Amtrak “residency”

9/24/2014 - Apple’s new iOS will predict what you type—including, it seems, your passwords

9/24/2014 - This young mother’s poem about her vanishing country stunned the world’s leaders

9/24/2014 - Europeans are still obsessed with chlorine-washed chicken

9/24/2014 - The Chinese government may have just done Alibaba a massive favor

9/24/2014 - Russian lawmakers just can’t decide whether—or why—they should ban Skype

9/24/2014 - Here’s what Tesla and Elon Musk must get right to justify its crazy stock price

9/24/2014 - Goldman Sachs just axed its growth outlook for China

9/24/2014 - These companies announced their green initiatives the only week anyone would notice

9/24/2014 - We haven’t entered a new era of “Black TV”

9/24/2014 - If China really is banning official use of Apple and Samsung phones, here’s who benefits

9/24/2014 - A Cornell scientist came up with four ways to lose weight without dieting

9/24/2014 - What Facebook sees when you fall in love

9/24/2014 - The economic case for paternity leave

9/24/2014 - Why meetings should be smartphone-free

9/24/2014 - What Amazon, Uber, and iTunes might look like if they were invented in Mali

9/24/2014 - These women helped power India’s mission to Mars

9/24/2014 - The 22 best chart-heavy Twitter feeds you should follow—right this instant

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Bendy iPhones, India’s Mars probe, US investigates Pimco, London supermarket mushrooms

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Bendy iPhones, India’s Mars probe, US investigates Pimco, London supermarket mushrooms

9/24/2014 - Is it time to shut the Delhi Zoo?

9/24/2014 - Indonesia tells the United States how to defeat jihadists with soft power

9/24/2014 - These numbers capture India’s historic and incredibly frugal Mars mission

9/24/2014 - Are you sure your company is in compliance with India’s new anti-sexual harassment law?

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Pfizer’s tax try, US probes Pimco, RBS floats Citizens, London supermarket mushrooms

9/24/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Pfizer’s tax try, US probes Pimco, RBS floats Citizens, London supermarket mushrooms

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Square BlackBerry, Ebola explosion, Philips split, undiscovered mushrooms

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Square BlackBerry, Ebola explosion, Philips split, undiscovered mushrooms

9/23/2014 - What Jack Ma plans to do with his Alibaba billions

9/23/2014 - A fire just shut down the busiest port in the United States

9/23/2014 - See the inside of a rocket as it breaks into orbit at 6.7 km per second

9/23/2014 - Who you marry affects your success at work

9/23/2014 - Climate change is still a first world problem

9/23/2014 - People worldwide think CEOs should make a tiny fraction of what they do

9/23/2014 - Should the US and its allies bomb ISIL’s oil installations?

9/23/2014 - The fastest-growing alcoholic beverage in the US isn’t a beer, wine, or spirit

9/23/2014 - Women work a lot more in real life than they do on screen

9/23/2014 - Why people stay where they are

9/23/2014 - Eating yogurt makes you more friendly

9/23/2014 - All the charts tell the same story: China’s economy looks weak

9/23/2014 - Five ways the internet of things is already broken—and how to fix it

9/23/2014 - Zomato buys up yet another rival, this time in Poland

9/23/2014 - Did Barack Obama just crack down on tax inversions, or what?

9/23/2014 - The Internet of Things Explained: Making sense of the next mega-trend

9/23/2014 - Metta World Peace is courting China with stuffed animal basketball shoes

9/23/2014 - Here’s what Stanford MBAs think about the tech bubble

9/23/2014 - This is how Amazon developed its first great TV series

9/23/2014 - Caffeine is actually slowing you down

9/23/2014 - China may have just created the “Muslim Mandela”

9/23/2014 - An incongruous suburbia has taken root in Israel’s West Bank settlements

9/23/2014 - People in the West can stop obsessing about learning Chinese

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—US bombs Syria, UN climate summit, Chinese manufacturing gains, Yahoo for free

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US bombs Syria, UN climate summit, Chinese manufacturing gains, Yahoo for free

9/23/2014 - What Narendra Modi has to say about climate change

9/23/2014 - China is outfitting repressive African regimes with “torture tools”

9/23/2014 - America’s protesters are getting ready for Narendra Modi, too

9/23/2014 - In 2018, internet advertising in India will be just like 2013: promising but small

9/23/2014 - Xiaomi’s new revenue stream is selling stuffed animals

9/23/2014 - Yahoo acquires Bangalore startup, sparking excitement all around

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—US bombs Syria, UN climate summit, Chinese manufacturing gains, Yahoo for free

9/23/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—US bombs Syria, UN climate summit, Chinese manufacturing gains, Yahoo for free

9/22/2014 - The company that made your iPhone is reluctantly bringing democracy to Chinese labor

9/22/2014 - Here are the seven countries the United States has bombed since 9/11

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—UN climate summit, iPhone sales record, Tesco’s big mistake, Yahoo for free

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—UN climate summit, iPhone sales record, Tesco’s big mistake, Yahoo for free

9/22/2014 - It’s getting harder and harder to stimulate China’s economy

9/22/2014 - Watch John Oliver explain why we need feminism, in one sentence about Miss America

9/22/2014 - Russia and OPEC look like they are in a slump, but it is only a phase

9/22/2014 - The man who changed the way you buy diapers and pet food wants to deliver your think pieces

9/22/2014 - The iPhone 6 Plus is the pocket computer I’ve been waiting for

9/22/2014 - Do massive stock buybacks signal greed or stagnation? (Or both?)

9/22/2014 - Watch this drone capture the immensity of the People’s Climate March

9/22/2014 - Why you have to share a doctor with 1424 other people

9/22/2014 - How India can overcome the doctor shortage and exorbitant costs of healthcare

9/22/2014 - Google is finally—finally!—giving up on forcing people to join Google+

9/22/2014 - One chart that shows why comparing Facebook and Twitter is a pointless exercise

9/22/2014 - Meet the terror group in Syria that could actually threaten the US

9/22/2014 - A massive boycott of classes is a sign that Hong Kong’s student movement is finally waking up

9/22/2014 - How Redbox took on climate change: fewer left-hand turns

9/22/2014 - How gifted and talented programs are failing our kids

9/22/2014 - Scotland is still closer to independence—just look at Quebec

9/22/2014 - The American breakfast table isn’t what—or where—it used to be

9/22/2014 - The complete guide to flexible work that doesn’t kill your career

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba’s IPO supersizes, climate change protests, Apple phablet converts, hamster wheel desks

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Alibaba’s IPO supersizes, climate change protests, Apple phablet converts, hamster wheel desks

9/22/2014 - Despite media reports, the Delhi gangrape did not scare tourists away from India

9/22/2014 - China’s carbon emissions have hit a new record, but it’s the next few years that matter most

9/22/2014 - In his first interview after taking office, Modi failed to dazzle

9/22/2014 - If you are a small company in India, you will have little success fighting a downturn

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba’s IPO supersizes, climate change protests, Apple phablet converts, hamster wheel desks

9/22/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Alibaba’s IPO supersizes, climate change protests, Apple phablet converts, hamster wheel desks

9/21/2014 - Why the West is now doing what my Indian grandfather did in the mid-1900s

9/21/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Autumnal equinox, climate change, big phones, honeybees

9/21/2014 - Did you get the full story about artificial sweeteners and diabetes?

9/21/2014 - Why it matters if stores smell delicious

9/21/2014 - A CEO explains why new graduates definitely shouldn’t have a plan

9/21/2014 - Apple fanboys are finally admitting Steve Jobs was wrong about huge phones

9/21/2014 - This is where Geniuses live

9/21/2014 - How McKinsey does work-life balance

9/21/2014 - How to create the perfect environment to boost creativity

9/21/2014 - How “Lost” changed the way the world watches TV

9/20/2014 - How an MIT professor’s children helped build a more touch-sensitive robot

9/20/2014 - As Sarkozy returns to politics, let’s remind ourselves how he fared as France’s president

9/20/2014 - Neal Stephenson’s failed $500,000 video game and the perils of using Kickstarter

9/20/2014 - Liberia needs more than just a serum to defeat Ebola

9/20/2014 - What we learned from mapping the fashion Instagram universe

9/20/2014 - Is your dog a pessimist or an optimist?

9/20/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Scotland’s consolation, atheist spiritualism, Alibaba’s Achilles heel, Syria’s good guys

9/20/2014 - This is why girls are better than boys at school

9/20/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Scotland’s consolation, atheist spiritualism, Alibaba’s Achilles heel, Syria’s good guys

9/19/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Scotland’s consolation, atheist spiritualism, Alibaba’s Achilles heel, Syria’s good guys

9/19/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Scotland’s consolation, atheist spiritualism, Alibaba’s Achilles heel, Syria’s good guys

9/19/2014 - Markets clearly focused on a British breakaway this week, just not Scotland

9/19/2014 - Gordon Brown did more for the UK in these 13 minutes than in three years as prime minister

9/19/2014 - ExxonMobil gets a short reprieve on Russia sanctions that may allow it to finish its Arctic well

9/19/2014 - The ridiculously long iPhone line in Manhattan is even worse than you think

9/19/2014 - How the final hours of Scotland’s failed independence bid played out on Twitter

9/19/2014 - People are pretty sure Alibaba’s blockbuster IPO has changed the world—but they don’t agree on how

9/19/2014 - Is India prepared for a cancer tsunami?

9/19/2014 - The week’s 17 most important economic charts

9/19/2014 - Here are the defense industry dollars behind the votes to arm Syria’s rebels

9/19/2014 - How to get away with applying a racist, sexist stereotype in a New York Times story about diversity on TV

9/19/2014 - The problem with expecting men to pay for the first date

9/19/2014 - For voters on the losing side, Scotland’s “No” is more like “No for now”

9/19/2014 - Working as an Apple salesperson is a lot like being a therapist

9/19/2014 - Alibaba is worth 563 Dreamliners and more than two Bill Gates

9/19/2014 - Here’s how ridiculously big the Alibaba IPO is

9/19/2014 - How to design for thumbs in the era of huge screens

9/19/2014 - Bitcoin is plunging again

9/19/2014 - Why Switzerland is Nevada’s biggest foreign export market

9/19/2014 - Missing in action this week: Modi’s muscular foreign policy

9/19/2014 - Free internet is becoming a way to get people to buy phones

9/19/2014 - Alibaba is all of these companies rolled into one

9/19/2014 - Why we hate seeing people have good divorces

9/19/2014 - The more people fly, the more they prefer the aisle seat

9/19/2014 - This Putin buddy is going to make a bundle from the Alibaba IPO

9/19/2014 - Was China’s immense GlaxoSmithKline bribery fine justice, pricing leverage or both?

9/19/2014 - How patent law and the dysfunctional US congress is killing private space research

9/19/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba’s unveiling, Scotland votes “No,” Glaxo’s massive fine, eBay’s papal skullcap

9/19/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Alibaba’s unveiling, Scotland votes “No,” Glaxo’s massive fine, eBay’s papal skullcap

9/19/2014 - All the irresponsible things Marissa Mayer could do with Yahoo’s Alibaba IPO windfall

9/19/2014 - Scots don’t dislike Britain quite enough for a divorce, but the relationship is still testy

9/19/2014 - While you wait for the iPhone 6 to arrive in India, perhaps buy a drone for less?

9/19/2014 - Yum Brands is dropping its bánh mì chain’s communist-chic logo

9/19/2014 - Five million iPhones are about to be smuggled into China—right back where they started

9/19/2014 - “Eleven Jinping” costs an Indian newsreader her job

9/19/2014 - Why Raghuram Rajan is wrong about Uber—yet again

9/19/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Scotland’s vote results, Alibaba’s unveiling, Larry Ellison out, airplane food delivered

9/19/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Scotland’s vote results, Alibaba’s unveiling, Larry Ellison out, airplane food delivered

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Alibaba’s unveiling, Scotland’s reality check, Kindles galore, motorized trousers

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba’s unveiling, Scotland’s reality check, Kindles galore, motorized trousers

9/18/2014 - Conservatives teach their kids religion, liberals teach their kids to think of others

9/18/2014 - American household finances have recovered, it just doesn’t feel like it

9/18/2014 - Which iPhone 6 should you buy? Start with this simple question

9/18/2014 - What will become of Harris Tweed if the Scots vote for independence?

9/18/2014 - Microsoft’s prediction engine thinks Scotland will stick with the UK

9/18/2014 - Yes the Alibaba IPO is hot, but how loyal will the company’s new shareholders be?

9/18/2014 - Homer Simpson’s beer mantra is a lot like China’s approach to real estate

9/18/2014 - According to bookies, these are the things as unlikely as Scots voting for independence

9/18/2014 - Jon Stewart calls out the NFL for only doing the right thing under “beer pressure”

9/18/2014 - The perfect recipe for productivity: rest 17 minutes every 52

9/18/2014 - The sun is setting on “quantitative easing” in the US: Did it work?

9/18/2014 - How two “holy grails” of cryptography can make the cloud safe everywhere

9/18/2014 - Xi Jinping’s India visit can’t have a clear balance sheet because a major item is confounding

9/18/2014 - John Legere does not want the French version of John Legere to buy T-Mobile

9/18/2014 - Could Scotland’s currency be bitcoin?

9/18/2014 - There is increasing evidence that the Islamic State is expanding into Asia Pacific

9/18/2014 - Korea appointed a comedian and a design professor to fix its challenged tourism industry

9/18/2014 - Apple is using iPhone privacy as a sales pitch—too bad nobody seems to care

9/18/2014 - Five successful angel investors spill their secrets

9/18/2014 - Five errors that immediately get your resume rejected at Google

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Scotland votes, Alibaba’s IPO prices, Hyundai’s Gangnam splurge, Germans pay cash

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Scotland votes, Alibaba’s IPO prices, Hyundai’s Gangnam splurge, Germans pay cash

9/18/2014 - This Chinese general is accompanying Xi Jinping to quietly conquer India

9/18/2014 - North Korea’s secret slush fund is running out of illicit ways to make money

9/18/2014 - India’s water minister says atheists cause floods (crazier theories prevail in Pakistan)

9/18/2014 - It’s official: NRIs love Narendra Modi more than Shahrukh Khan

9/18/2014 - Explore the hidden patterns of the fashion Instagram universe

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Scotland votes, Alibaba’s IPO prices, Hyundai’s Gangnam splurge, Germans pay cash

9/18/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Scotland votes, Alibaba’s IPO prices, Hyundai’s Gangnam splurge, Germans pay cash

9/17/2014 - Why the BJP won’t go easy on its communal plank despite this week’s drubbing

9/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba prices, Scotland votes, Germans pay cash, goldfish surgery

9/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Alibaba prices, Scotland votes, Germans pay cash, goldfish surgery

9/17/2014 - Facebook’s “real name” policy isn’t just discriminatory, it’s dangerous

9/17/2014 - Maureen Dowd’s pot overdose inspired Colorado’s newest drug safety ad

9/17/2014 - Jeff Bezos is teaming up with Elon Musk’s biggest rivals in space

9/17/2014 - One of the world’s most frenetic cities is holding a competition to chill out

9/17/2014 - CEOs see a world where they’re more intimately involved in your health

9/17/2014 - Tim Cook’s Apple has ended the company’s obsession with tiny, secret teams

9/17/2014 - This is the iOS keyboard app for emoji power users

9/17/2014 - You are probably underestimating the economic momentum in US housing

9/17/2014 - The US is about to learn once again that air power alone can’t defeat an insurgency

9/17/2014 - I’m an American and voting No for Scottish independence

9/17/2014 - Everything you ever wanted to know about the world’s billionaires

9/17/2014 - How Pakistani attitudes toward girls contributed to the abuse in Rotherham

9/17/2014 - Beware if your kids wear Crocs and ride escalators

9/17/2014 - These charts show how innovation is turning around American manufacturing

9/17/2014 - The Apple Watch shows that Jony Ive is finally getting serious about type design

9/17/2014 - Is the Kremlin trying to grab another oligarch’s oil company?

9/17/2014 - Apple’s iOS 8 is launching today—read this before upgrading

9/17/2014 - Why Sony must wish the smartphone was never invented

9/17/2014 - The changing landscape of American fast food can be summed up with this one word

9/17/2014 - Women gamers are beginning to outnumber their male counterparts

9/17/2014 - China’s not stimulating its economy. It’s just keeping it from freezing up

9/17/2014 - There’s at least one country where BlackBerry utterly dominates the smartphone market

9/17/2014 - China’s ambassador to Iceland has been allegedly detained for leaking secrets to Japan

9/17/2014 - The UN says Brazil is now rich enough to feed itself

9/17/2014 - Why TV time slots still matter for new shows

9/17/2014 - Do half of China’s millionaires really want to emigrate? Not exactly

9/17/2014 - Why Germans pay cash for almost everything

9/17/2014 - The biggest trigger for starting your own company is feeling stuck in your job

9/17/2014 - Samsung is leaning on K-Pop stars for an employee recruitment sitcom

9/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US stimulus cut, China stimulus boost, Zara’s mixed results, unhappy clams

9/17/2014 - Modi and China’s Xi must get along—they have much in common

9/17/2014 - The many layers of global insight contained in one Delhi club sandwich

9/17/2014 - Even Chinese state media get censored when it comes to princelings at Oxford

9/17/2014 - The one chart Modi should silently contemplate at the Sabarmati Ashram

9/17/2014 - How China’s foreign and domestic policies may be fueling the Islamic State

9/17/2014 - This Chennai startup thinks the first click for an e-commerce purchase will soon be on a camera

9/17/2014 - The new iPhone reviews are in—and they’re still iPhones, only bigger

9/17/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—US stimulus cut, China stimulus boost, Hollande’s lucky escape, unhappy clams

9/16/2014 - Catholic bishops will be asking the questions in Brazil’s presidential debate tonight

9/16/2014 - The US’s commitment to fight Ebola dwarfs China’s

9/16/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Fed decision, Hollande’s lucky escape, Boeing-SpaceX, unhappy clams

9/16/2014 - This secret-court document shows how the US argued Yahoo had no right to defend its users’ privacy

9/16/2014 - The US will spend $6.8 billion hiring Boeing and SpaceX to build new spacecraft

9/16/2014 - All of the declarations of independence from the UK in the last century, mapped and charted

9/16/2014 - Imagine if Gmail bought Facebook and they were both owned by the president’s buddy

9/16/2014 - London real estate prices remain deeply silly

9/16/2014 - Netflix is battling to overcome French resistance

9/16/2014 - An Israeli drone conference is featuring a product recently used on Gaza

9/16/2014 - Now’s your chance to own an engine from the Mars Viking lander or Dwight Eisenhower’s Rolex

9/16/2014 - Countries can rescue the planet from meltdown and save money doing it

9/16/2014 - The Times of India picks former Walmart executive as new CEO

9/16/2014 - How to stop your internet from getting lost on the way to India

9/16/2014 - American families are stuck in a lost quarter century

9/16/2014 - Why most people aren’t downloading apps anymore

9/16/2014 - Sports broadcasters are having trouble escaping their gender roles, even on Twitter

9/16/2014 - That’s it—the US is now officially a nation of singles

9/16/2014 - Who will get hurt if a tech bubble pops? VCs and employees

9/16/2014 - The way HR works needs to change—here’s how

9/16/2014 - Londoners can now pay for commutes by waving their credit cards—no Apple Pay required

9/16/2014 - Confirmed: tipping is a terrible way to pay people

9/16/2014 - Half of lower class Americans literally can’t afford to sleep

9/16/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Hollande’s confidence vote, beer industry consolidation, Boeing’s space contract, Obama’s coffee secret

9/16/2014 - China’s latest offshore discovery could make tensions in the South China Sea even worse

9/16/2014 - Why soccer’s insane transfer fees for top talent might actually make sense

9/16/2014 - Uniqlo, Gap and H&M are lining up to sell, but India is short on one critical element

9/16/2014 - A Chinese official thought a $65,000 “termination contract” was the best way to let his mistress go

9/16/2014 - GlaxoSmithKline’s law firm in Hong Kong just poached a US prosecutor to deal with corruption cases

9/16/2014 - These charts show how the relief mission in flood-ravaged Kashmir has scaled

9/16/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Hollande’s confidence vote, Alibaba’s raised price, Hong Kong’s typhoon, self-weighing suitcases

9/16/2014 - Can YouTube sensation All India Bakchod laugh its way to the bank?

9/15/2014 - I was wrong about the Apple Watch

9/15/2014 - Why Indian life spans continue to be shorter than those of other developing and developed nations

9/15/2014 - Alibaba just boosted its planned IPO price but still has room to “pop”

9/15/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Hollande’s vote, Alibaba’s price, Microsoft-Minecraft, self-weighing suitcases

9/15/2014 - Tesla just hit the pothole Elon Musk warned investors about

9/15/2014 - Was it mobile operators or private equity that destroyed 5,600 jobs?

9/15/2014 - Who won New York Fashion Week (according to Twitter)?

9/15/2014 - Apple’s 4 million iPhone 6 pre-orders in context

9/15/2014 - This is what responsible gambling looks like

9/15/2014 - Alibaba’s IPO hasn’t happened yet, but it’s already landed a punch on Amazon

9/15/2014 - Why news organizations need to invest in better linking and tagging

9/15/2014 - The single, buried statistic that explains China’s slowdown

9/15/2014 - Returns on Islamic finance are so good, non-Muslims want in

9/15/2014 - Minecraft’s creator sold out because he was sick of being a symbol

9/15/2014 - When it comes to a China growth slowdown, bad news is actually good news

9/15/2014 - Microsoft’s Minecraft deal shows its new CEO is paying attention

9/15/2014 - Google’s new phones are designed to ensure it doesn’t lose India like it did China

9/15/2014 - Atheism has finally found its spiritual leader

9/15/2014 - How to manage the data from seven billion connected devices

9/15/2014 - Why university will never be a meritocracy

9/15/2014 - Um, here’s an, uh, map that shows where Americans use “um” vs. “uh”

9/15/2014 - The makers of WordPress learned years ago that the ultimate office perk is not having an office

9/15/2014 - Here are all the countries that don’t have a currency of their own

9/15/2014 - The complete guide to making your morning run the best it can be

9/15/2014 - Britain’s latest soft power weapon in China is equal part comedy and tragedy

9/15/2014 - Scots aren’t the only ones voting on whether Scotland should become independent

9/15/2014 - A Chinese city’s “no cellphones” sidewalk lane isn’t original—and it’s not on a real street

9/15/2014 - The US shale oil boom is saving the world almost $5 billion a day

9/15/2014 - Terrifying before and after images of the Kashmir floods

9/15/2014 - Why almost a third of overseas Chinese investments fail

9/15/2014 - The Financial Times reboots print even as readers flock to digital

9/15/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Heineken takeover brews, China’s GDP downgrade, Germany’s NSA anger, killer fish innovation

9/15/2014 - The next wave of real-time customer engagement

9/14/2014 - India has learned to flirt with the world—and suitors everywhere are dazzled

9/14/2014 - The Assamese have no word for “hug”—but the act is suddenly tying them up in knots

9/14/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Microsoft and Minecraft, lionfish, Formula E, zinc

9/14/2014 - It’s time we reject the idea that beating our kids is part of black culture

9/14/2014 - It costs 1.6 cents to make one penny because of the rising price of zinc

9/14/2014 - The New York Times Book Review is adding new categories of Best Seller lists and changing up its approach in print

9/14/2014 - Here’s how “disruptive innovation” works in nature: a killing-machine fish has colonized reefs from Venezuela to Rhode Island

9/14/2014 - Ten scenes that show how music can elevate television

9/14/2014 - The story of North County: How America is in a perpetual state of reconstruction

9/13/2014 - In its first race, Formula E proves its already more of a sport than Formula One

9/13/2014 - Why Arab militaries would not bring much firepower to the coalition against ISIL

9/13/2014 - The Swiss are finally threatening to take on corrupt sports officials

9/13/2014 - The awkward personal questions asked in Korean job interviews

9/13/2014 - Why Iran and the US should dispatch teachers to make peace

9/13/2014 - A guide to American college football, the multibillion-dollar business where the labor is free

9/13/2014 - Five TV series worth watching all over again

9/12/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Apple’s comeback, reinventing breast pumps, fixing Iraq, Scottish aristocrats

9/12/2014 - Scotland clearly rattled the markets this week

9/12/2014 - Apple CEO Tim Cook says television is “stuck in the ’70s”

9/12/2014 - Steve Jobs’ office at Apple is still exactly how he left it

9/12/2014 - The real Italian debate on salting pasta water—not if, but when

9/12/2014 - Peter Thiel is the John D. Rockefeller of our age—at least when it comes to defending monopolies

9/12/2014 - Imran Khan’s protests now lack a soundtrack after Pakistan police arrested his DJ

9/12/2014 - Manipulating Yelp reviews for advertisers is not extortion, but that doesn’t mean it’s legal

9/12/2014 - A hedge fund has very specific culinary recommendations to save Olive Garden

9/12/2014 - This Floridian bike maker demonstrates software’s crucial role in the future of manufacturing

9/12/2014 - The latest attack on America’s car culture comes from Wall Street

9/12/2014 - SeaWorld is facing yet another lawsuit—this time for how it handled shareholders, not orcas

9/12/2014 - Want to fight global warming? Watch some car racing this weekend

9/12/2014 - After shooting 47 huge sharks in just four months, Western Australia has finally decided to leave them alone

9/12/2014 - Just as Americans start to see lower gas prices, big oil wants to sell US crude overseas

9/12/2014 - Peering into the secret, spooky world of the Stasi

9/12/2014 - Will it take 30 years or 300 years for poor countries to catch up to rich ones?

9/12/2014 - Americans say they want compromise—but they’re lying

9/12/2014 - Why it’s nearly impossible to rent an apartment in Stockholm

9/12/2014 - Should the US export oil to push down prices and hurt Putin? That’s happening already

9/12/2014 - Major League Soccer’s plan for video reviews could change the world’s most popular sport

9/12/2014 - Gender-bending, torso-triangles, Amish ninjas, and seven other things that made us think at New York Fashion Week

9/12/2014 - Why Lockheed Martin is closely watching the independence campaign in Scotland

9/12/2014 - To support its stagnating economy, Russia will let the ruble slide

9/12/2014 - The most successful corporate chieftains are marathon runners

9/12/2014 - The complete guide to being on time

9/12/2014 - China is being forced to choose between air pollution and deadly earthquakes

9/12/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Pistorius guilty verdict, Uber carpooling illegal, Scotland “No” leads, camel leotards

9/12/2014 - Ten rules to stop wasting people’s time

9/12/2014 - Modi is bringing New York’s Times Square to Mumbai, in the middle of a heritage zone

9/12/2014 - To tackle its rampant levels of depression, China must deal with its recent history

9/12/2014 - The world’s largest biometric identification programme is riddled with fictional names

9/12/2014 - The Philippines hopes a trove of ancient maps will prove its territorial claims against China

9/12/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—More Russia sanctions, Scotland “No” leads, Pistorius’ final verdict, camel leotards

9/11/2014 - India’s law should recognise that men can be raped too

9/11/2014 - The best thing we can do for abusive NFL players is focus more on them

9/11/2014 - Putin’s new counter-sanctions are aimed at selling more Russian stuff, not punishing the West

9/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Pistorius verdict, Catalonian yearnings, Scots on the rocks, camel leotards

9/11/2014 - This is Twitter’s first vision for the Apple Watch era

9/11/2014 - 10 ways developers are pushing the boundaries of the internet of things

9/11/2014 - The most arresting images of war are these pictures of dead soldiers’ bedrooms

9/11/2014 - The other big fashion news this week: Form-fitting camel leotards

9/11/2014 - Rupert Murdoch’s support for Scotland is entirely predictable

9/11/2014 - How come there’s an iPhone 6 but breast pumps are stuck in 1.0?

9/11/2014 - The internet is getting too big for just one kind of Wi-Fi

9/11/2014 - Refusing to watch the Ray Rice video sends the wrong message to victims of abuse

9/11/2014 - The Italian police just saved the world from 220,000 bottles of bad wine

9/11/2014 - The growth of a skyscraper: One WTC in photos

9/11/2014 - Millennials are forcing change on the TV industry—and making it better

9/11/2014 - Intro to computer science is now the most popular course at Harvard

9/11/2014 - Was Apple’s Watch keynote good enough?

9/11/2014 - The financial benefits of knowing what you want to do before college

9/11/2014 - Remembering when sports had the ability to heal America

9/11/2014 - The story of the only American not on Earth during 9/11

9/11/2014 - HBO is now “seriously considering” whether to offer HBO Go without cable TV

9/11/2014 - The slow, sad decline of RadioShack, one of the great brands of the ’80s

9/11/2014 - Argentina’s ‘Netflix tax’ is fanning the flames of national politics

9/11/2014 - Like Obama, Arab leaders must sell the war against the Islamic State to their own people

9/11/2014 - How the fast-fashion supply chain became drug cartels’ favorite place to launder cash

9/11/2014 - Hands down, people without kids have better lives—except for this one major thing

9/11/2014 - This is the game you’re going to be playing for the next decade

9/11/2014 - Why big banks fear an independent Scotland, in their own words

9/11/2014 - How the worst apple took over America

9/11/2014 - Millennials are out-reading older generations

9/11/2014 - Indian parents will spend more than twice on their child’s education than wedding

9/11/2014 - Humans are always down about the economy, in three charts

9/11/2014 - Beijing tells HK pro-democracy lawmakers they’re lucky it’s so lenient

9/11/2014 - Here’s something to be grateful for—there were no Facebook and Twitter on 9/11

9/11/2014 - China is being bullied into building an airbase in the South China Sea

9/11/2014 - India’s oldest and most iconic watch company is running out of time

9/11/2014 - TV directors now expect that you’ll Google while you watch

9/11/2014 - The Chinese are buying up South Korea’s Jeju Island, and the islanders are not too pleased

9/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s Syria strikes, Oscar Pistorius verdict, Netflix takes Australia, Japan’s black burgers

9/11/2014 - I did my daughter’s homework for a week and it nearly killed me

9/11/2014 - Why is China urging the Dalai Lama to respect reincarnation?

9/11/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obama’s Syria strikes, China’s slowing inflation, Netflix takes Australia, Japan’s black burgers

9/11/2014 - The delay of the iPhone 6 in China is a terrible sign for Apple

9/10/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—RadioShack death watch, ozone’s recovery, Netflix in Australia, the Nigerian Yellen scam

9/10/2014 - A tribute to the classic iPod, which changed Apple’s fortunes forever

9/10/2014 - Banks are getting better at stopping credit card fraud, but they’ve got a long way to go

9/10/2014 - China seems doomed to repeat the mistakes that hobbled Japan’s economy for a decade

9/10/2014 - Elon Musk’s warning about Tesla is being ignored

9/10/2014 - iPhones are getting bigger but their profit margins are shrinking

9/10/2014 - Muslim women in India can now buy lipstick without worrying about pig fat

9/10/2014 - The West is prepared to threaten Russia’s oil future

9/10/2014 - The less people know about immigration, the more they are against it

9/10/2014 - These websites will pretend to load slower today: Here’s why

9/10/2014 - Independent bookstores are alive and well in America

9/10/2014 - How Comcast and Time Warner Cable helped defeat the inventor of net neutrality

9/10/2014 - How Western hubris created Vladimir Putin

9/10/2014 - Netflix is scaring the living daylights out of Australia’s media industry

9/10/2014 - Barclays is going to dock pay for its most disliked senior bankers

9/10/2014 - The secret strategy that lets you build a family-friendly career

9/10/2014 - For $390 you can illegally buy an elite university email account on China’s biggest online marketplace

9/10/2014 - Indians are flocking to the mobile web—and here is what this new population of users looks like

9/10/2014 - Germans think that things can’t get much better than this

9/10/2014 - The long-lost design bible of the New York subway is (briefly) back in print

9/10/2014 - Too much longing for children can be bad for women’s health

9/10/2014 - These 10 numbers tell the story of the catastrophic floods in Jammu and Kashmir

9/10/2014 - You may be bad at math because you’re an English-speaker

9/10/2014 - How to build a startup that keeps you going for a lifetime

9/10/2014 - Apple clearly failed to impress the markets

9/10/2014 - Why isn’t the US Congress throwing a lifeline to millions of drowning homeowners?

9/10/2014 - Working for the Chinese government is now as miserable as working in a factory

9/10/2014 - How millennials spend

9/10/2014 - The Alibaba IPO is selling foreign investors China without the communism

9/10/2014 - The internet encouraged anorexia but it can also be used to fight it

9/10/2014 - Late to watches, Apple set its own a minute early

9/10/2014 - Why Amazon has no profit—and why it works

9/10/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Airstrikes in Syria, Microsoft woos Minecraft, Alibaba’s order book, frequent flyer fibs

9/10/2014 - These men may revolutionize how you shop. There’s a reason they’re all Chinese

9/10/2014 - U2’s Apple deal shows why musicians don’t sell music anymore

9/10/2014 - Apple is delaying the release of the iPhone 6 in the country where it needs it the most

9/10/2014 - This is what’s showing up over and over on the #BookBucketChallenge

9/10/2014 - Finally, we Indians don’t need to ask our NRI cousins for the new iPhones

9/10/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Apple’s big day, smooth-talking the Scots, Microsoft buys Minecraft, superstar DJ flubs

9/10/2014 - Why India’s best tech schools produce more entrepreneurs than the Ivy League

9/9/2014 - Microsoft buying Minecraft would create the biggest possible culture clash

9/9/2014 - The new iPhones handle nicely, but Apple Pay is why you should actually buy one

9/9/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Smooth-talking the Scots, Apple’s big day, Marissa Mayer’s test, cake billboard

9/9/2014 - Why Annie’s won’t suffer from its acquisition by General Mills

9/9/2014 - The Apple watch probably won’t capture the real-time heart rate data fitness geeks crave

9/9/2014 - The fashion world reacts to Apple’s Watch the best way it knows how, on Instagram

9/9/2014 - What it’s like to actually wear the Apple Watch

9/9/2014 - The complete guide to the new iPhone 6

9/9/2014 - The Apple Watch’s future depends on how it inspires app developers

9/9/2014 - Hacker breaks into Bitcoin founder’s email account and promises to “expose” him

9/9/2014 - The shifting sands of online video consumption in the US, illustrated in a single chart

9/9/2014 - The latest WHO update shows the Ebola epidemic is growing deadlier

9/9/2014 - US watchmakers are already feeling the pinch from the Apple Watch

9/9/2014 - Apple Watch looks a lot like a watch

9/9/2014 - Italians and French people feel worse about their economy than Palestinians

9/9/2014 - Apple used trick photography to make the new iPhones look thinner

9/9/2014 - Apple’s livestream fail almost spoiled its big day

9/9/2014 - Russia’s economic threats would do the most damage to… Russia

9/9/2014 - This giant plastic rabbit is a bigger draw than the world’s most popular museum exhibition

9/9/2014 - You don’t need a standing desk, just do this instead

9/9/2014 - India’s largest cigarette company may have a big problem—cigarettes

9/9/2014 - Why people love paying for Netflix but hate paying for the BBC

9/9/2014 - Marissa Mayer’s day of reckoning at Yahoo is rapidly approaching

9/9/2014 - Journey time is prime time to catch up on all your favorite TV shows and movies.

9/9/2014 - America may be ending its ill-advised love affair with flavored vodka

9/9/2014 - A “dead zone” the size of Texas will threaten the livelihoods of 120 million people

9/9/2014 - Does protecting historic New York neighborhoods mean less affordable housing?

9/9/2014 - The FBI revealed how it found the Silk Road servers. Was the search legal?

9/9/2014 - The complete guide to taking notes without a laptop

9/9/2014 - Why America’s love affair with the station wagon is over

9/9/2014 - Decades of Facebook likes will explain how you became yourself

9/9/2014 - The result of years of relentless Fed money creation: a strengthening dollar

9/9/2014 - Asian freight carriers are licking their lips at the expected release of the iPhone 6

9/9/2014 - This sports car runs on saltwater—but it’s no threat to Tesla

9/9/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Apple’s big reveal, MH17 crash report, Google vs EU, London’s billboard cake

9/9/2014 - If Alibaba’s IPO is a winner, these companies may lose out

9/9/2014 - Mary Kom’s biopic just made $5 million, but her home state is running out of food and fuel

9/9/2014 - China and Japan are duking it out over hearts and minds in South Asia

9/9/2014 - Three reasons why Amazon is winning in India—and what other global retailers can do to succeed

9/9/2014 - What time will Apple unveil the new iPhone?

9/9/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Apple’s big reveal, insider trader jailed, green junk food, space tweets

9/9/2014 - How to watch today’s Apple event live

9/8/2014 - Uzbekistan’s dictator is pursuing a criminal case against his eccentric daughter

9/8/2014 - Things are breaking Obama’s way in the war against the Islamic State

9/8/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Apple’s big reveal, new EU sanctions, green junk food, space tweets

9/8/2014 - Twitter’s strategy may annoy power users but it’s being vindicated by the markets

9/8/2014 - Apple has been preparing app makers for bigger iPhones for years

9/8/2014 - If oil prices stay low for long, Putin and OPEC are headed for trouble

9/8/2014 - Americans’ love of junk food is surprisingly good for the environment

9/8/2014 - Watch John Oliver make the case that for-profit colleges are a waste of time and money

9/8/2014 - If Apple does announce a payments system, it won’t be for the money

9/8/2014 - On weekend getaways, Indians run to the hills—not the beach

9/8/2014 - The world’s largest export engines are running hot

9/8/2014 - The media’s lost decade, charted

9/8/2014 - Crowdsourcing competitions encourage malicious behavior, study finds

9/8/2014 - How Gore-Tex was born

9/8/2014 - Americans don’t just work longer hours—they also work stranger hours

9/8/2014 - The hidden commands for diagnosing and improving your Netflix streaming quality

9/8/2014 - These are the websites where hackers flip stolen credit card data after an attack

9/8/2014 - Netflix speeds on Time Warner Cable, Verizon, and AT&T surged after paid deals went into effect

9/8/2014 - Now, Spotify wants to pelt you with video ads

9/8/2014 - How billions are sneaking out of Brazil and harming development

9/8/2014 - All the body parts you’re going to use to make your online life more secure

9/8/2014 - Blue whale numbers off the US west coast are back where they were when we started hunting them

9/8/2014 - Durex shuts down rumors of a “pumpkin spice” condom

9/8/2014 - Spanish house prices just rose for the first time since the bust

9/8/2014 - Scottish independence is a real possibility, and the markets are spooked

9/8/2014 - Why American history should begin with slavery

9/8/2014 - The most popular iPhone is still the 5, two years after its release

9/8/2014 - Crafting your digital double in 3D just got easier

9/8/2014 - Your mobile recharge now comes with burger and fries, thanks to this Mumbai startup

9/8/2014 - It won’t be long before US debt is out of control

9/8/2014 - The hidden structure of the Apple keynote

9/8/2014 - The only way to make mooncakes worse is to add gutter oil

9/8/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Ukraine ceasefire shaky, Electrolux-GE appliance deal, Alibaba roadshow, gutter oil mooncakes

9/8/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Ukraine ceasefire shaky, Ebola vaccine trial, asteroid near-miss, gutter oil mooncakes

9/8/2014 - Beijing is marking the six month anniversary of MH370’s disappearance by beating up passengers’ relatives

9/7/2014 - How Apple thinks about payment systems

9/7/2014 - Chart: The trillion dollars the global economy loses every year to corruption

9/7/2014 - Under Armour is beating Adidas in the race to eat Nike’s dust

9/7/2014 - A majority of Scots approves of independence for the first time

9/7/2014 - People don’t really mind dirty restaurants—so long as they are authentic

9/6/2014 - It’s now more economical to buy a petrol car, instead of a diesel one

9/6/2014 - The latest target of China’s anti-corruption drive is the humble mooncake

9/6/2014 - Painfully, American families are learning the difference between median and mean

9/6/2014 - Costa Ricans are still waiting for street signs on every corner

9/6/2014 - Huge ratings for “The Walking Dead” can’t rescue the diminishing prestige of AMC

9/6/2014 - Why our startup has no bosses, no office, and a four-day work week

9/5/2014 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Fashion weeks, guar gum, accent quiz, climate-change bucket list

9/5/2014 - This week the markets were clearly focused on one Italian technocrat

9/5/2014 - The latest ceasefire plan in Ukraine won’t spare Russia from more financial pain

9/5/2014 - Disney is showing the world that “old” media can thrive in a digital age

9/5/2014 - The origin of the “Freshman 15” myth

9/5/2014 - Is there any rational case for banning gay marriage?

9/5/2014 - The week’s nine most important economic charts

9/5/2014 - The Ukraine ceasefire ignores the most important question

9/5/2014 - The most interesting Supreme Court case coming up is about beards

9/5/2014 - Starbucks is testing new tactics in the US: speed in New York, quality out West

9/5/2014 - The complete guide to having a productive weekend

9/5/2014 - Latin American government cronyism, as told through emails leaked by Peruvian hackers

9/5/2014 - Narendra Modi just pulled off what Manmohan Singh couldn’t—connect with India’s next generation

9/5/2014 - Hotels are following airlines’ lead in gouging you with fees

9/5/2014 - This one thing could drastically improve LGBTQ life on college campuses

9/5/2014 - The “meh” US jobs report for August in two simple charts

9/5/2014 - All the key charts from today’s milquetoast US jobs report

9/5/2014 - A recent history of Russia’s efforts to buy influence in US politics

9/5/2014 - Silicon Valley responds to our call to disrupt itself

9/5/2014 - August US jobs report

9/5/2014 - How men dominate online commenting

9/5/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US jobs, fresh Ukraine violence, iCloud security promises, T. rex trumped

9/5/2014 - China’s war on smoking is being foiled by the state-owned tobacco industry

9/5/2014 - Muslim women who wear the hijab may have a better body image than those who don’t

9/5/2014 - China is trying to make its infamous college entrance exam more equitable

9/5/2014 - Joan Rivers pulled off Hollywood’s greatest comeback

9/5/2014 - Kashmir is battling its worst floods in 20 years

9/5/2014 - Even Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri can’t keep Pakistan’s rocketing stock market down for long

9/5/2014 - China’s tough stance on weed puts global brands in a sticky spot

9/5/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obamacare website hacked, Apple under scrutiny, Boko Haram takeover, T. rex trumped

9/4/2014 - India’s nuclear deal with Australia is all about geopolitics—and only marginally about nuclear sales

9/4/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Ukraine decisions, US jobs day, year of IPOs, mega-dinosaurs

9/4/2014 - One of the world’s largest cities wants to build the world’s busiest airport and the plans call for only one terminal

9/4/2014 - A top expert has turned pessimistic on Iran’s nuclear talks with the West

9/4/2014 - Life’s mundane moments can later bring “unexpected joy”

9/4/2014 - Why expensive synthetic workout gear stinks

9/4/2014 - One in four Americans with college degrees shouldn’t have bothered

9/4/2014 - Three years in, we’re seeing the mark Tim Cook is making on Apple

9/4/2014 - This has been a huge year for US IPOs, and it’s just warming up

9/4/2014 - Why NBC is working on a live sitcom

9/4/2014 - BP’s walloping fine for “gross negligence” could wipe out a whole year’s profit

9/4/2014 - Good food is a privilege only wealthy Americans can afford

9/4/2014 - A high school job won’t lead to higher earnings later on

9/4/2014 - How the NFL could destroy traditional TV—if it wanted to

9/4/2014 - Mario Draghi just got creative, and the markets love him for it

9/4/2014 - Al-Qaeda’s new franchise plan betrays Ayman al-Zawahiri’s desperation

9/4/2014 - Why caring about style doesn’t make you shallow

9/4/2014 - The coming rise of pure, premium, American olive oil

9/4/2014 - Can you guess where people are from based on their accents?

9/4/2014 - Here is one radical solution to Hollywood’s movie crisis

9/4/2014 - Introducing the world’s first national digital currency

9/4/2014 - Lego is now the world’s largest toymaker, as kids choose bricks over Barbie

9/4/2014 - Let’s stop pretending that marriage is hard work

9/4/2014 - Fuel is running out at nearly half of India’s power plants

9/4/2014 - Why “do what you love” is bad career advice

9/4/2014 - Why India and China’s no-show at climate change talks could be a disaster

9/4/2014 - Here’s how India’s government unwittingly aids the growth of ponzi schemes

9/4/2014 - Narendra Modi now has more Twitter followers than the readership of the Times of India

9/4/2014 - Britain has a police brutality problem too

9/4/2014 - Hong Kong gets a taste of “pseudo-suffrage” with a beauty pageant vote

9/4/2014 - Can smart chopsticks and other gadgets make food safer in China?

9/4/2014 - Rdio wants to be the ultimate Spotify-Pandora hybrid

9/4/2014 - For all those jibes about shopping, Indian men buy more clothes than women

9/4/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—NATO and Ebola summits, Putin’s ceasefire plan, Bloomberg retakes control, snail farming profits

9/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—NATO summit, phablet future, Israel’s gas deal, maggot therapy

9/3/2014 - This is why Apple is finally making a huge iPhone

9/3/2014 - Ebola is now threatening West Africa’s food supply

9/3/2014 - A new satellite can see through forest fires from space

9/3/2014 - Western Europe’s weakest leader just took its strongest action against Russia so far

9/3/2014 - The most important charts to see before the massive August jobs report

9/3/2014 - Israel is once again using gas to mend its neighborly relations

9/3/2014 - The people camping outside the Apple store want more than the iPhone 6

9/3/2014 - After crushing the World Cup, Microsoft is predicting the NFL’s whole season

9/3/2014 - This chart proves that buying companies is a terrible strategy for telecoms

9/3/2014 - Soon, soldiers will be communicating by telepathy

9/3/2014 - History channel’s miniseries are finding a happy medium between actual history and mindless entertainment

9/3/2014 - Humans are wiping out species a thousand times faster than nature can create new ones

9/3/2014 - Google admits it can’t take corporate customers from Microsoft. Yet.

9/3/2014 - How offices will become intelligent with the internet of things

9/3/2014 - Four essential features for the hyper-connected workplace of the future

9/3/2014 - Australia has a de facto second currency: frequent flier miles

9/3/2014 - Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are racing to patent reusable rockets

9/3/2014 - Why the IRS will have a tough time taxing Google’s free meals

9/3/2014 - How to write a job posting that doesn’t terrify and demoralize candidates

9/3/2014 - The hidden indicator that shows India’s economy is surging

9/3/2014 - Australia has gone an incredible 23 years without a recession

9/3/2014 - At last, some good news in the fight against the Islamic State

9/3/2014 - How bad the drought has gotten: Californians are stealing water for their miniature ponies

9/3/2014 - High action TV is bad for your diet

9/3/2014 - Tighter limits on bras and cigarettes: Inside Cuba’s new customs rules

9/3/2014 - Ceasefire or not, the real lever on Russia is the World Cup

9/3/2014 - America’s great healthcare hyperinflation is over

9/3/2014 - Universal preschool won’t help Americans enter the middle class

9/3/2014 - These 9 charts show the Indian economy’s performance during Modi’s first 100 days

9/3/2014 - Why reviving the Arthur Andersen brand isn’t as crazy as it sounds

9/3/2014 - Octopus could replace fish—if only we were able to farm it

9/3/2014 - Even Hollywood can’t rewrite the Bible

9/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—US edition—Ukraine ceasefire confusion, ISIL hostage execution, radioactive boars

9/3/2014 - Why India still sells medicines banned elsewhere in the world

9/3/2014 - Russia has a deep-pocketed economic supporter that is also a staunch US ally

9/3/2014 - These 8 Indian laws are so old that they still mention “Her majesty” and the “East India Company”

9/3/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Abe’s new cabinet, ISIL hostage execution, China services boom, radioactive boars

9/2/2014 - Indian companies need to find women directors to fill 750 positions in 30 days

9/2/2014 - On his 100th day as PM, 8 charts on India’s competitiveness Modi should look at

9/2/2014 - How an allegedly fraudulent Chinese company may have bilked investors out of $650 million

9/2/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Abe’s new cabinet, IS’s new gruesome video, Boko Haram’s expansion, radioactive boars

9/2/2014 - Wall Street is running out of superlatives for Elon Musk and Tesla

9/2/2014 - A college degree still pays for itself—and in a lot less time than it used to

9/2/2014 - China has more shale gas than any other country. But getting it out of the ground could be disastrous

9/2/2014 - How Goldman Sachs and McKinsey keep a steady flow of Ivy League recruits

9/2/2014 - The iPhone 6 alone will boost China’s exports by 1%

9/2/2014 - The heat is on in the West’s proxy war with Moscow

9/2/2014 - Why you shouldn’t give your friends a discount

9/2/2014 - Nike wants Roger Federer to do for tennis what Michael Jordan has done for basketball

9/2/2014 - EPL clubs are spending like crazy, and fans will end up footing the bill

9/2/2014 - In Ireland, you still don’t have to pay your mortgage

9/2/2014 - A picture that should keep Uber’s investors up at night

9/2/2014 - Germany bans Uber for all the wrong reasons

9/2/2014 - Radioactive wild boars still run wild in Germany, 28 years after Chernobyl

9/2/2014 - Several suggestions for safely storing sexy selfies

9/2/2014 - American companies are falling out of love with China

9/2/2014 - Can Apple get Americans to care about their health?

9/2/2014 - Let’s be honest, we can’t be colorblind because America is not post-racial

9/2/2014 - Seoul’s most famous dog meat restaurant has closed

9/2/2014 - Here is how your carmaker has been fleecing you all these years

9/2/2014 - From Tokyo with love—three Japanese brands that will soon fight for India’s affections

9/2/2014 - It’s time to air the rest of Hello Kitty’s sordid past

9/2/2014 - A new way to track your data: with your permission and for a fee

9/2/2014 - The key differences between Indian and Chinese students studying in the US

9/1/2014 - Kolkata, once a red bastion, is turning blue and white

9/1/2014 - The EU’s new foreign policy chief is everything Putin is not

9/1/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief —Asia edition—NATO’s response to Ukraine, Apple’s mobile payments, celebrity hacking

9/1/2014 - Welcome to Green Bank, where cellphones are banned

9/1/2014 - Your next car will be watching you

9/1/2014 - The key to healthcare innovation is empowering nurses

9/1/2014 - To be more productive at work, put a plant on your desk

9/1/2014 - Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work

9/1/2014 - These are the cheapest cloud storage providers right now

9/1/2014 - The complete guide to getting yourself to like healthy food

9/1/2014 - Japan’s Muji will need to convince Indian shoppers that they don’t need logos

9/1/2014 - Why a tough year for America’s Democrats could be a good opportunity for the party’s far left

9/1/2014 - As the West tries to punish Moscow, China touts growing energy ties with Russia

9/1/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Putin’s provocation, Saudi Arabia’s warning, Hong Kong protests, partisan groceries

9/1/2014 - Shekhar Gupta’s editorship at India Today group comes to premature end

9/1/2014 - Hong Kong’s democracy fight shows how everyone was wrong about reforms in China

9/1/2014 - Five reasons why ScoopWhoop, BuzzFeed’s clone in India, has been so successful

9/1/2014 - America’s shale gas boom brought Rajasthan farmers a fortune, but now it is being taken away

9/1/2014 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Putin provokes, Pakistan crisis deepens, Muji heads to India, skipping brunch