4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—LinkedIn’s earnings bomb, Russia’s interest rate cut, the bilingual world view, Dadbod

4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—LinkedIn’s earnings bomb, Russia’s interest rate cut, the bilingual world view, Dadbod

4/30/2015 - Burundi locks down social media as political unrest grows

4/30/2015 - The most important part of self-driving cars will be human control

4/30/2015 - LinkedIn reported earnings and the stock market freaked out

4/30/2015 - Zac Posen is the latest fashion designer charged with making airline uniforms less frumpy

4/30/2015 - America’s police could fight the next riot with these stink bombs

4/30/2015 - Microsoft wants to guess how old you are

4/30/2015 - Space is being polluted with junk faster than we can dispose of it

4/30/2015 - Photos: The forgotten children of Chon Thanh, Vietnam, found 46 years later

4/30/2015 - NASA is working on a super-fast spaceship technology that defies the laws of physics

4/30/2015 - How people succeed in high pressure jobs without working 80-hour weeks

4/30/2015 - Three steps that Janet Yellen and Stanford football use to simplify hard problems

4/30/2015 - Leader, student, dishwasher-feeder: what it really means to be a chef

4/30/2015 - Bernie Sanders will run against Hillary Clinton—and globalization

4/30/2015 - Hip eyewear peddler Warby Parker is officially a billion dollar company

4/30/2015 - Netflix is the best performing stock in the S&P 500 this year

4/30/2015 - If Asian Americans saw white Americans the way white Americans see black Americans

4/30/2015 - Americans are finally saving less, and hopefully they’ll spend it soon

4/30/2015 - A Republican markets regulator would prefer not to make regulations on how much CEOs get paid

4/30/2015 - Hitler’s been dead for 70 years, so why won’t he die already?

4/30/2015 - GMO lobbyists are poised for a big victory in DC

4/30/2015 - How Vietnamese-Americans reintroduced the US to Vietnam

4/30/2015 - Looks like Britain’s anti-immigration party will get thumped this election

4/30/2015 - Promises, promises: The UK enters its final week of electioneering

4/30/2015 - NASA and the US Air Force successfully tested a plane with shapeshifting wings

4/30/2015 - Emoji hashtags are helping same-sex marriage organizers rally support

4/30/2015 - The impossible just happened: American wages are rising

4/30/2015 - It’s time for the federal government to trust states with their own public lands

4/30/2015 - Are video visits a smart innovation for jails—or yet another way to exploit families?

4/30/2015 - Jeff Bezos has a rocket now, too

4/30/2015 - How to hack your coffee habit to improve your focus and decrease anxiety

4/30/2015 - After Obama, a US government commission has now punctured Modi’s secular rhetoric

4/30/2015 - Today, it’s Royal Bank of Scotland’s turn to detail its endless legal issues

4/30/2015 - Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon is the woman to watch ahead of UK general elections

4/30/2015 - The podcast is having its moment

4/30/2015 - So Bruce Jenner came out as trans—now what?

4/30/2015 - People with tattoos report the Apple Watch is having trouble determining they are alive

4/30/2015 - This Norwegian power station isn’t just green—it’s beautiful

4/30/2015 - Nepal’s prime minister reportedly found out about the earthquake from a Narendra Modi tweet

4/30/2015 - Going bespoke? Here are the best sites to order custom shirts online

4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Frustration in Nepal, Tesla’s new batteries, Sony bounces back, glow-in-the-dark corpses

4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Frustration in Nepal, Tesla’s new batteries, Sony bounces back, glow-in-the-dark corpses

4/30/2015 - Kenya’s crackdown on Somali migrants spells trouble for the economy

4/30/2015 - The Pope has finally declared that Adam was wrong to blame Eve for his sin

4/30/2015 - Conservatives lash out at the Pope over climate change

4/30/2015 - Japan tracks electronic toilet seat sales as a measure of national prosperity

4/30/2015 - A Chinese manufacturer is being blamed for delaying the Apple Watch

4/30/2015 - Map: From Canada to Grenada, nearly 40% of the world can now get online visas to India

4/30/2015 - No, Gujarat isn’t the financially best run state in India

4/30/2015 - Chinese citizens are donating millions of dollars to Nepal earthquake relief

4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Tesla’s new batteries, Bernanke’s new job, tattoos vex the Apple Watch, glow-in-the-dark corpses

4/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Tesla’s new batteries, Bernanke’s new job, tattoos vex the Apple Watch, glow-in-the-dark corpses

4/30/2015 - Goldman Sachs is parking millions in a bitcoin business with no pressing plans to make money

4/29/2015 - Microsoft has a new plan to capitalize on Apple and Google’s success

4/29/2015 - Russia’s gas weapon, Gazprom, is rapidly losing pressure

4/29/2015 - Microsoft unveils its successor to Internet Explorer

4/29/2015 - Vietnam, ruled by communists for 40 years, is now the No. 1 fan of capitalism on the planet

4/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US GDP data disappoints, France beefs up its military, Burundi bans social media, smartwatch tattoo troubles

4/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US GDP data disappoints, France beefs up its military, Burundi bans social media, smartwatch tattoo troubles

4/29/2015 - Life advice upon turning age 30, from the president of Y Combinator

4/29/2015 - Here’s what Silicon Valley would look like if it were run by cartoon animals

4/29/2015 - American millennials are having a harder time keeping up with old money

4/29/2015 - Facebook pages are travel agencies for desperate migrants trying to get to Europe

4/29/2015 - A grisly death at a Bumble Bee tuna plant puts a larger trend in sharp relief

4/29/2015 - The United States is bullying South Africa into buying its cheap unwanted chicken

4/29/2015 - Advice for job-switchers and newbies from Google’s hiring chief

4/29/2015 - The numbers behind Germany’s demographic nightmare

4/29/2015 - Media coverage of Baltimore, charted

4/29/2015 - The new darlings of the New York fashion scene are bringing back one of the biggest brands of the ’90s

4/29/2015 - I am editor-in-chief of my college newspaper and the job I trained for no longer exists

4/29/2015 - Baltimore’s school children are frustrated and abandoned, and need help

4/29/2015 - Was the Nepal earthquake twice as big as we thought?

4/29/2015 - Once again, Netflix beat HBO on this key measure

4/29/2015 - These are the Amazon trees that keep the planet cool

4/29/2015 - Photos: Baltimore citizens protecting police

4/29/2015 - Shaming writers for not supporting Charlie Hebdo’s PEN award is actually anti-free speech

4/29/2015 - Police have dangerous jobs, but some empathy could make everyone safer

4/29/2015 - Nepal’s earthquake destroyed my hometown, and help has yet to arrive

4/29/2015 - Scotland lost the fight for independence, but gained huge power over the future of the UK

4/29/2015 - Video of this Baltimore mother disciplining her son is going viral—for all the wrong reasons

4/29/2015 - The key thing to know about Obama’s big trade deal

4/29/2015 - An unmanned Russian spacecraft is spiraling toward Earth

4/29/2015 - We encourage you to completely ignore the US GDP report today

4/29/2015 - Saudi Arabia’s king shows it’s a good time to be a strongman

4/29/2015 - Think a good man is hard to find now? Try France after World War I

4/29/2015 - Two very different views of Barclays’ latest earnings

4/29/2015 - Amazon is in danger of becoming a lumbering conglomerate

4/29/2015 - The perfect amount of homework is just one hour per day

4/29/2015 - Rent will remain too damn high for the foreseeable future

4/29/2015 - Is Modi’s new $2 billion trans-India highway project just too ambitious?

4/29/2015 - Liberland, the world’s newest micro-nation, is already a leader in nation branding

4/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Baltimore clashes, VW’s turnaround, new Saudi prince, racist camera film

4/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Baltimore clashes, VW’s turnaround, new Saudi prince, racist camera film

4/29/2015 - Cleaner air during the Beijing Olympics resulted in healthier babies

4/29/2015 - Indonesia’s execution of Australian criminals could hurt its tourism growth engine

4/29/2015 - US representative Jared Polis says Congress is like playing League of Legends

4/29/2015 - Depression kills too many people in India but smartphones can help

4/29/2015 - Katy Perry’s latest crazy concert outfit is too pro-Taiwan for China

4/29/2015 - After the aftershocks, Nepal’s next big worry is cholera

4/29/2015 - Vijay Mallya, once India’s king of good times, is staring at rock bottom

4/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Indonesia’s executions, Samsung’s mixed results, iPad plane delays, China’s vast vineyards

4/29/2015 - The desktop is dying and mobile is winning in news, like everything else

4/28/2015 - An iPad app glitch grounded several dozen American Airlines planes

4/28/2015 - Twitter is goosing its numbers by counting SMS-only users

4/28/2015 - Twitter has lost more than $1 billion since it went public

4/28/2015 - Charts: Baltimore’s health data are a picture of inequality

4/28/2015 - The iPhone is about to surpass the iPad as Apple’s fastest-selling product

4/28/2015 - Nigeria’s army has rescued nearly 300 girls and women from a Boko Haram camp

4/28/2015 - Video: America’s most notorious gangs come together against police brutality in Baltimore

4/28/2015 - Bill Gates: You can help the world save 34 million lives

4/28/2015 - GoPro is getting into virtual reality

4/28/2015 - The Baltimore Orioles’ next game will be closed to the public

4/28/2015 - These images reveal what many Baltimore residents actually did today

4/28/2015 - Ten things I learned studying ten of the world’s fastest growing startups

4/28/2015 - Budweiser’s latest tagline is really, really terrible

4/28/2015 - Risk at the Bay Bridge: Crossing the international construction gap

4/28/2015 - Finally, some data on which Netflix shows are most popular

4/28/2015 - When UK PM Cameron attended a Nigerian church it showed the rise of the African vote

4/28/2015 - White flight decimated Baltimore businesses long before rioters showed up

4/28/2015 - Google is considering doing away with space bars

4/28/2015 - Video: Albert Maysles’ final documentary is a love story disguised as a fashion film

4/28/2015 - The mysterious fund in the desert that manages Apple’s cash

4/28/2015 - Fritos tacos? Taco Bell searches for its next junk food mashup

4/28/2015 - This map shows where the strongest earthquakes are expected to strike

4/28/2015 - New York is dimming its lights to save migratory birds from crashing into buildings

4/28/2015 - At least six have died as Burundi is rocked by violent protests

4/28/2015 - Listen to the US Supreme Court’s historic arguments on gay marriage

4/28/2015 - When execs take their pets on private jets, shareholders howl

4/28/2015 - Watch: Jon Stewart skewers CNN’s refusal to cover the Baltimore protests

4/28/2015 - America has no confidence that its college graduates are ready to work

4/28/2015 - This school in Norway abandoned teaching subjects 40 years ago

4/28/2015 - The British economy is slowing down just as the election campaigning kicks into high gear

4/28/2015 - We did horrible things to the Apple Watch, and it did horrible things to us

4/28/2015 - Blooming algae could lead to 20% more warming in the Arctic

4/28/2015 - Brazil’s biggest problem isn’t Petrobras

4/28/2015 - China now has more vineyard space than France

4/28/2015 - Asking whether Newark, New Jersey, is the next Brooklyn is asking the wrong question

4/28/2015 - In its breakup with eBay, PayPal is coming out on top

4/28/2015 - America’s largest chicken producer will follow McDonald’s in eliminating human antibiotics

4/28/2015 - By 2100, extreme weather events are expected to double

4/28/2015 - This is what Baltimore looks like right now

4/28/2015 - The US is finally about to update its toxic chemical protections, after 39 years

4/28/2015 - The video game that teaches algebra to 4-year-olds

4/28/2015 - Video: Watch smart, self-guided bullets hit moving targets

4/28/2015 - This is how Manny Pacquiao can—maybe—beat Floyd Mayweather

4/28/2015 - Charted: Google analyzed its search data to isolate spring’s biggest fashion trends

4/28/2015 - Actually, it’s remarkable there are helicopters flying rescue missions on Everest at all

4/28/2015 - South Korea’s economy can’t catch a break

4/28/2015 - A surplus of restaurants in the United States is making people fatter

4/28/2015 - Actual US Supreme Court briefs show the desperation of same-sex marriage opponents

4/28/2015 - Elon Musk has triggered a contagious new battery zeitgeist in Silicon Valley

4/28/2015 - More than just an algorithm: Facebook can no longer deny it’s in the news business

4/28/2015 - Nearly seven million women in Europe wish they could work more hours

4/28/2015 - Visiting India’s ancient monuments? Prepare for racism

4/28/2015 - A statistical breakdown of how recent law school graduates are utterly screwed

4/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Nepal’s humanitarian crisis, Baltimore’s riots, Big Oil profits, ridiculously strong robots

4/28/2015 - This new man-made material could get rid of that horrible airplane noise

4/28/2015 - Who cares that Clinton eats Chipotle and Jeb is paleo, anyway? Everyone, apparently.

4/28/2015 - China’s and India’s charity in Nepal has a hidden political agenda

4/28/2015 - South Korea’s prime minister resigns after his name appears on a tycoon’s suicide note

4/28/2015 - Legal fines forever—big banks’ new “way of life”

4/28/2015 - This is what life looks like right now in earthquake-ravaged Nepal

4/28/2015 - Nepal is accepting earthquake aid from countries around the world—but not from Taiwan

4/28/2015 - Billions of dollars from overseas workers will be key to rebuilding Nepal’s ravaged economy

4/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Apple crushes expectations, Baltimore violence erupts, Time Warner’s next suitor, ridiculously strong robots

4/27/2015 - What Tim Cook did and didn’t disclose about the Apple Watch

4/27/2015 - Photos: Violence erupts in Baltimore after the funeral of a man who died in police custody

4/27/2015 - Apple is simply crushing it in China

4/27/2015 - Poland puts a stop to a pro-Putin biker gang’s European invasion

4/27/2015 - Before you judge the Baltimore protesters, read this Orioles executive’s defense

4/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Spain’s upbeat economy, Israel’s Syrian strike, America’s new attorney general, ridiculously strong robots

4/27/2015 - Mylan’s chairman wrote a brutal, 3,000-word letter attempting to shoot down a takeover attempt

4/27/2015 - Volkswagen’s dethroned chairman leaves a company thoroughly transformed by his tenure

4/27/2015 - Giant, quirky street art portraits make celebrities of American immigrants

4/27/2015 - The future of network integrity depends on industry, not government

4/27/2015 - Dr. Oz is popular because the truth is boring

4/27/2015 - We’re live-charting Apple’s very strong second-quarter earnings report

4/27/2015 - Native Americans are the unseen victims of a broken US justice system

4/27/2015 - Greece muzzled its combative finance minister and investors couldn’t be happier

4/27/2015 - Chipotle can’t get rid of GMOs unless it stops selling corn

4/27/2015 - It’s becoming utterly clear: The US is fine after a frigid first quarter

4/27/2015 - How to fix the broken cybersecurity regime

4/27/2015 - Audi is making fuel from air and water

4/27/2015 - The tide has already turned against Jay-Z’s expensive streaming music service

4/27/2015 - An inside look at how Apple vets iOS developers for their wondrous launch demos

4/27/2015 - Google wants to buy your patents before the trolls get to them

4/27/2015 - US Chipotles are taking GMOs off the menu

4/27/2015 - Super strong mini robots can haul up to 2,000 times their weight

4/27/2015 - Video: John Oliver gives fast fashion companies—and bargain shoppers—a well-deserved dressing down

4/27/2015 - The deadliest, and costliest, earthquakes in recent history

4/27/2015 - Want to work at a startup? Here’s how to pick the right one

4/27/2015 - Demand for illegal Islamic kindergartens is growing in Kyrgyzstan

4/27/2015 - Egypt’s revolution will get a shot in the arm with data to show how the government spends its money

4/27/2015 - South Africa and Nigeria’s row over the xenophobic attacks is now a diplomatic tit-for-tat

4/27/2015 - It’s OK to think your toddler is a tiny, horrible person

4/27/2015 - Radioactive seeds and 3D-printed shields are new weapons to fight prostate cancer

4/27/2015 - If OPEC is dead, how is Saudi Arabia still calling the shots in the oil market?

4/27/2015 - One of Elon Musk’s favorite video games, Kerbal Space Program, is finally ready to launch

4/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Nepal earthquake aftershocks, Tata’s Xiaomi investment, Capgemini’s Igate buy, Stephen Hawking on boy bands

4/27/2015 - A Google engineer killed on Everest photographed some of the world’s highest peaks for “Street View”

4/27/2015 - Ratan Tata now has a finger in every slice of India’s e-commerce pie

4/27/2015 - In charts: here’s why Greece is making a mistake by turning to Russia for help

4/27/2015 - Video: How the terrifying Mount Everest avalanche looked from base camp

4/27/2015 - China is building a Great Wall of Trees to fight climate change and the encroaching Gobi Desert

4/27/2015 - Two days of earthquakes have set Nepal’s economy back by more than a decade

4/27/2015 - Asia’s biggest e-commerce companies are preparing for the computer-free future

4/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa—Nepal earthquake aftershocks, Tata’s Xiaomi investment, EU bypasses Varoufakis, Stephen Hawking’s boy band

4/27/2015 - Indian helicopters, Israeli hospitals and Malaysian medics: How the world is coming to Nepal’s aid

4/26/2015 - How you can help Nepal earthquake victims from your computer

4/26/2015 - Need a boost at work? Think about how you’re eating

4/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Nepal aftermath, Apple earnings, Abe in America, triceratops

4/26/2015 - Why helicopters haven’t evacuated everyone from Mount Everest yet

4/26/2015 - Eyewitness photos from the Nepal earthquake

4/26/2015 - At least 2,200 are dead after the Nepal earthquake, and aftershocks keep coming

4/26/2015 - American surgeons are still mutilating children who don’t look “normal”

4/26/2015 - The four reasons relationships fail—and how to avoid them

4/26/2015 - Sex and gender aren’t perfectly binary. Why should clothes be?

4/26/2015 - I’ve been interrogated by police more than 50 times—all because I’m black

4/26/2015 - These are the memories you’re most likely to get wrong

4/26/2015 - Over 2,000 dead after Nepal’s huge earthquake—but the toll could get much, much higher

4/25/2015 - “Everest” filmmaker David Breashears is back on the mountain and confirmed alive by his colleagues

4/25/2015 - How you can help Nepal right now

4/25/2015 - Photos: A rush to help survivors after Nepal’s catastrophic earthquake

4/25/2015 - The rise of sweatpants squeezes Spanx

4/25/2015 - The great Starbucks outage was not caused by hackers

4/25/2015 - From WWII bombing raids to drone strikes, death from the sky is always a nightmare

4/25/2015 - Nash Grier, Tyler Oakley—oh, and Obama—will be the real powers in Washington tonight

4/25/2015 - “We were sitting without hope in the dark:” Teen survivor of the Rana Plaza tragedy speaks out

4/25/2015 - Malaria doesn’t have to be a death sentence

4/25/2015 - Feminism doesn’t need more inspiration—it needs more anger

4/25/2015 - More than 1,000 are dead after a massive earthquake in Nepal

4/24/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Comcast’s defeat, Bangladesh’s curse, chlorine in Syria, Spamerica

4/24/2015 - China’s bull market clearly kept charging this week

4/24/2015 - Podcast: How airlines use data to charge more—and how fliers are fighting back

4/24/2015 - How data is generating green lights to keep you moving on the road

4/24/2015 - 24 hours with the Apple Watch: There is a strange but wonderful computer from the future wrapped around my wrist

4/24/2015 - The thing that makes Bangladesh’s garment industry such a huge success also makes it deadly

4/24/2015 - The most iconic photos captured by the 25-year-old Hubble space telescope

4/24/2015 - PepsiCo is taking aspartame out of Diet Pepsi in US

4/24/2015 - Germans are paranoid that the US is spying on their data

4/24/2015 - Apple and other US companies haven’t done enough to keep conflict minerals out of their products

4/24/2015 - Photos: Forbidden from riding bikes, fearless Afghan girls are skateboarding around Kabul

4/24/2015 - The happiest countries in the world, ranked

4/24/2015 - A 64-year-old engineer is suing Google for age discrimination

4/24/2015 - Obama should say “genocide” when he talks about what happened to Armenians

4/24/2015 - What I learned about being an adult by going back to preschool

4/24/2015 - A rare, incredibly cute “pocket shark” was just discovered

4/24/2015 - The eight most important economic charts of the week

4/24/2015 - Time Warner Cable customers, throw your cable box out the window!

4/24/2015 - Meryl Streep’s inspiring solution to Hollywood’s ageism problem might actually work

4/24/2015 - At least four different cable calamities sprung from the failed Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal

4/24/2015 - Four out of five children don’t recognize when they’re being advertised to, a study finds

4/24/2015 - This insane Chevrolet concept car could be the car you drive (or that drives you) in 2030

4/24/2015 - Azerbaijan’s government is trying to patent breakfast

4/24/2015 - The Serial effect: America’s biggest radio company is getting into podcasts

4/24/2015 - A record 3.3 million people signed up to ride China’s dicey stock market last week

4/24/2015 - A new microscope uses virtual reality to let you walk through atomic-level vistas

4/24/2015 - If sanctions are lifted, here’s what trade between Iran and the US could look like

4/24/2015 - To negotiate a better deal, look at the last two digits of the quoted price

4/24/2015 - The way to start a real fashion revolution: put Bangladesh’s invisible garment factories on a map

4/24/2015 - The Knot proves that founders should ignore advice they don’t agree with

4/24/2015 - In photos: 200 years of the fierce, fearless Gurkha warriors

4/24/2015 - The countries where China’s most wanted fugitives are likely hiding

4/24/2015 - Test finds 60% of raw shrimp tainted with bacteria, including superbug MRSA

4/24/2015 - In the Siberian province of Yakutia, WhatsApp is basically the internet

4/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Apple Watch debut, Samsung ramps up, designer yeast flavors, bees’ pesticide buzz

4/24/2015 - At least 10% of Los Angeles is using Waze

4/24/2015 - Once idealistic, crowdfunding is now an unholy hybrid of retail, investment, and risk

4/24/2015 - European leaders are “declaring war on smugglers,” but advocates for migrant workers say that’s not enough

4/24/2015 - Two of the Republican Party’s biggest donors are getting creamed by China’s corruption crackdown

4/24/2015 - Despite a startup boom in India, regulatory challenges are spooking entrepreneurs

4/24/2015 - Milifandom, Boriswatch, and the final fortnight before the UK election

4/24/2015 - Who needs Internet.org or Airtel Zero? There are better ways to bridge the digital divide

4/24/2015 - Vancouver’s mayor is dating a Chinese pop star—and her mother has been arrested on corruption charges

4/24/2015 - Here’s Kleiner Perkins’ receipt for all the legal expenses it wants Ellen Pao to cover

4/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Apple Watch debut, Microsoft’s cloud cushion, Comcast backs down, bees’ pesticide buzz

4/23/2015 - Kleiner Perkins offered Ellen Pao almost $1 million to settle, and is now demanding that much in court costs

4/23/2015 - Google says its ad business isn’t nearly as bleak as the numbers suggest

4/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Deutsche Bank’s penance, Xiaomi’s India phone, annoyingly picky eaters, bees getting high

4/23/2015 - More than 15 years after the dot-com boom crested, Nasdaq hits fresh highs

4/23/2015 - Amazon Web Services is a $5 billion business, and it’s growing 50% a year

4/23/2015 - Chipotle is now delivering burritos straight to your door in the US

4/23/2015 - It looks like America has been spared the trouble of a Comcast-Time Warner deal

4/23/2015 - The French Embassy is hosting the most French event New York has ever seen

4/23/2015 - The Stockholm Marathon reverses course on a policy that prompted accusations of racism

4/23/2015 - Xiaomi is copying its China playbook to win over India’s smartphone market

4/23/2015 - Charted: More than ever, Americans need a college degree to get by

4/23/2015 - Tickets for Mayweather-Pacquiao go on sale today, but good luck getting one

4/23/2015 - Breaking down the Russian uranium deal hanging over Hillary Clinton’s campaign

4/23/2015 - These documents reveal the EU’s thoughts on regulating Google, Facebook, and other platforms

4/23/2015 - Nike is releasing its US women’s soccer jerseys in men’s sizes for the first time ever

4/23/2015 - The woman who inspired “Rosie the Riveter” has died at 92

4/23/2015 - A stunning Instagram gallery that shows the world is still in love with lettering

4/23/2015 - Designer yeast can make foods taste like vanilla, saffron, and grapefruit, naturally

4/23/2015 - This magnetic train could get you from New York to Miami in under 4 hours

4/23/2015 - Here is BuzzFeed’s first pitch deck to investors in 2008

4/23/2015 - The invisible victims of Russia’s economic crisis aren’t even in Russia

4/23/2015 - The woman taking on Google and Gazprom is a good bureaucrat, and an even better politician

4/23/2015 - Our obsession with studying happiness is actually making us less happy

4/23/2015 - This black Jesus cartoon sends a bold message to the EU about its migrant crisis

4/23/2015 - Companies need more millennial board members if they want to stay relevant

4/23/2015 - How to get your kids to sit through the sex talk

4/23/2015 - Move over, Barbie: Mattel hopes to lure little girls with Wonder Woman and Batgirl

4/23/2015 - All the reasons you won’t be signing up for Google’s new Project Fi wireless service

4/23/2015 - The gestures that say “welcome” around the world

4/23/2015 - Your personality can affect your productivity—and salary

4/23/2015 - Mumbai’s “Meow Meow” female drug lord is finally behind bars

4/23/2015 - Google Voice vs. Skype: The cheapest way to make overseas calls from the US

4/23/2015 - Forget Beijing’s air pollution: Smoking indoors is a bigger health threat

4/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Amazon’s cloud reveal, China’s genetic modification, North Korea’s nukes, the future of avocados

4/23/2015 - China is the world’s fastest-growing market for “vanity” spending

4/23/2015 - European leaders care more about border security than saving lives in the Mediterranean

4/23/2015 - Chinese researchers have genetically modified a human embryo—and many scientists think they’ve gone too far

4/23/2015 - Why India’s e-commerce boom will look nothing like China’s

4/23/2015 - Indian doctors have found a better way to spot eye cancer in kids

4/23/2015 - Diaspora sent $32.9 billion home to Sub-Saharan Africa in 2014

4/23/2015 - Europe’s move against Gazprom may defang Russia, but it won’t be easy

4/23/2015 - Chinese experts say North Korea’s nuclear arsenal is bigger than anyone thought

4/23/2015 - Be prepared for really expensive Indian mangoes this year

4/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Amazon’s cloud reveal, China’s genetic modification, Facebook’s slowing growth, China’s GM humans, the future of avocados

4/23/2015 - Petrobras just placed a $2.1 billion price tag on its corruption scandal

4/22/2015 - Photos: The spectacular eruption of Chile’s Calbuco volcano puts nearby towns in danger

4/22/2015 - Mark Zuckerberg explains his distinct visions for WhatsApp and Messenger

4/22/2015 - Japan, the economy the world forgot, might be coming back

4/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—The new Mi, Europe vs Gazprom, the love of Spam, giant rats

4/22/2015 - What you need to know about Google’s just-announced wireless service

4/22/2015 - How can I be as great as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Richard Branson?

4/22/2015 - Women will suffer the worst effects of climate change

4/22/2015 - Twitter’s CEO thinks exit interviews are useless

4/22/2015 - How are we celebrating Earth Day?

4/22/2015 - What’s behind Gucci’s dive and Saint Laurent’s rise? The creative director

4/22/2015 - Study: Googling gives you an inflated sense of your own intelligence

4/22/2015 - No, the US is not on the brink of an avocado shortage

4/22/2015 - A good business knows how to trick its customers the right way

4/22/2015 - Looking for global warming? Check the ocean

4/22/2015 - Earth Day has become one of the most misguided celebratory days of the year

4/22/2015 - Photographing the stars—the story of the Hubble telescope, told by its chief scientist

4/22/2015 - Five of the most epic failures in business history

4/22/2015 - Photos: Hubble and the Earth, in honor of the telescope’s 25 years in orbit

4/22/2015 - Why Sierra Leone can’t get rid of Ebola

4/22/2015 - The EU countries that depend the most on Gazprom’s Russian gas

4/22/2015 - Now coming to food trucks: high-end Spam

4/22/2015 - McDonald’s is closing hundreds of its worst performing stores

4/22/2015 - “I will not come back here to South Africa. Never, never, never”

4/22/2015 - For a few hours, two chimpanzees were recognized as legal persons in New York

4/22/2015 - Airlines want you to do these ridiculous mindfulness exercises in your cramped seat

4/22/2015 - Cuban art may be the next big thing on the art market

4/22/2015 - The EU has charged Russia’s Gazprom with abusing its energy dominance

4/22/2015 - The unstoppable rise of social media as a source for news

4/22/2015 - Global warming threatens more than two-thirds of rabbit species

4/22/2015 - Two legends who designed Las Vegas’s iconic neon landscape died on the same day

4/22/2015 - The head of China’s biggest wine brand admits its wines are terrible

4/22/2015 - Narendra Modi’s terrible luck with the weather continues

4/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Comcast’s shaky merger, Rolls-Royce’s new boss, Tesco’s historic loss, the Eiffel Tower’s secret

4/22/2015 - Good news about hiring women in STEM, but, it’s not enough

4/22/2015 - Cyberbullies can be victims, too

4/22/2015 - Rahul Gandhi—India’s most internet-unsavvy politician—is now crusading for net neutrality

4/22/2015 - India’s engineering boom, 1995 to the present

4/22/2015 - New Zealand’s prime minister is lambasted for repeatedly pulling on a waitress’ ponytail

4/22/2015 - Twelve inventions that could change the world

4/22/2015 - Flipkart is banning books—but for all the right reasons

4/22/2015 - Hong Kong leaders have set the stage for another wave of pro-democracy protests

4/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Euro and Africa edition—Yahoo tanks, Yum bottoms out, Chipotle’s pork hangover, Eiffel Tower apartment

4/21/2015 - Sound familiar? Marissa Mayer envisions Yahoo as a guide to the internet

4/21/2015 - Chipotle’s carnitas fans are refusing to switch to a different burrito

4/21/2015 - KPMG becomes the second Big Four accounting firm to have a female CEO

4/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Petrobras accounts, shrinking Russia, pharma mergers, venomous painkillers

4/21/2015 - The US has arrested a trader believed to have triggered the 2010 flash crash

4/21/2015 - Pharma companies can’t stop buying each other this year

4/21/2015 - Here are the 10 worst countries for journalists in 2015

4/21/2015 - First it went global, but now Shake Shack is finally headed for Los Angeles

4/21/2015 - Aerial photos reveal centuries-old shipwrecks at the bottom of Lake Michigan

4/21/2015 - Amazon is about to reveal one of its biggest secrets—the size of its cloud business

4/21/2015 - Google could turn your home’s walls into screens

4/21/2015 - The one place in America where 3.1% unemployment looks like a problem

4/21/2015 - Photos: How school playgrounds look around the world

4/21/2015 - A Silicon Valley startup wants to make breast cancer-gene testing affordable to all Americans

4/21/2015 - The EC’s case against Google is a bad re-run of its pointless battle against Microsoft

4/21/2015 - Whether or not “Fresh Off the Boat” is renewed, the pioneering sitcom has changed network TV

4/21/2015 - What will happen if the US government kills the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger?

4/21/2015 - South Africa is finally deploying its army to end anti-immigrant violence

4/21/2015 - A new Japanese train has broken the world speed record twice this week

4/21/2015 - China can cut most of its reliance on coal by 2050

4/21/2015 - Over the next decade, most US states will experience water shortages

4/21/2015 - US fraternities are self-destructing so fast, they won’t exist for the next generation

4/21/2015 - Chelsea has the best young soccer players. Shame you’ll never see them play for Chelsea

4/21/2015 - Hello Barbie, Amazon win big in Germany’s “Big Brother” awards for privacy abuses

4/21/2015 - Chinese developer Kaisa’s default could be the start of a bloodbath for overseas investors

4/21/2015 - Rahul Gandhi is actually Congress’ best bet—and the only one

4/21/2015 - Ten vital tips to looking smarter in meetings

4/21/2015 - The EU is threatening to ban imports from Thailand’s slavery-dependent fishing industry

4/21/2015 - How to hire the best design team for your product

4/21/2015 - Beijing’s air pollution is getting a little less deadly

4/21/2015 - The US should encourage Japan to join the AIIB

4/21/2015 - Instead of chemical pesticides, a traditional remedy is saving crops around the world

4/21/2015 - Elon Musk should call Larry Page back and see if he can still sell Tesla to Google

4/21/2015 - Why can’t retailers prevent their sites from crashing when they unveil a big-deal designer collaboration?

4/21/2015 - Head to Mumbai to go on the world’s cheapest date

4/21/2015 - The doublespeak reassurances of the Zulu king haven’t eased xenophobic tensions in South Africa

4/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Iran talks restart, Morsi sentenced, French venture capital, two-way evolution

4/21/2015 - As Moore’s Law turns 50, computer chips continue to get cheaper and more powerful

4/21/2015 - Kleptocrat or crusader? It’s time to figure out what Putin wants

4/21/2015 - Two shape-shifting robots are now stranded for eternity inside Fukushima’s radioactive ruins

4/21/2015 - Jeans and lingerie: The growth drivers of Indian fashion over the next decade

4/21/2015 - 12 unexplored, beautiful holiday destinations in India

4/21/2015 - Cirque du Soleil has sold itself off to investors in hopes of expanding in China

4/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—US vs. Iran in Yemen, Qualcomm picks Samsung, Morgan Stanley soars, R2-D2 Airways

4/20/2015 - By 2020, South Koreans will have a better standard of living than the French

4/20/2015 - Kraft Mac & Cheese’s iconic blazing orange is going natural

4/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—More strife in Yemen, Gazprom’s woes, EU migrants, thumbnail trackpads

4/20/2015 - Powerful Instagram photos take us behind the scenes of the shots that won the Pulitzer

4/20/2015 - Photos: Internet hostesses get paid to sing and dance for lonely Chinese men

4/20/2015 - World in Motion

4/20/2015 - The astonishing comeback, and undeniable insignificance, of vinyl

4/20/2015 - The state of salaries for new US law school graduates

4/20/2015 - Five years after Deepwater Horizon, the gulf’s seafood seems safe

4/20/2015 - The design firm that created Hillary’s logo also made this sharp voter turnout campaign

4/20/2015 - George Lucas is about to rile up his rich California neighbors by building his own affordable housing project

4/20/2015 - Whatever Chris Christie says, marijuana is not a gateway drug by any measure

4/20/2015 - Hedge funds are finally making money in Russia again

4/20/2015 - The low-tech anti-drone technology at the Boston Marathon today involves net guns and text messages

4/20/2015 - Why there’s no Silicon Seine: venture capital in France is broken

4/20/2015 - South African xenophobia is the symptom of a broken society

4/20/2015 - Video: John Oliver explains why patent trolls are such heinous vermin

4/20/2015 - Australia’s most remote island is now managed by four women

4/20/2015 - Obama signals support for legalizing medical marijuana

4/20/2015 - Hillary Clinton explains the red flags for the left in the US fight over trade

4/20/2015 - Norway announced it will be the first country to shut off FM radio

4/20/2015 - We don’t know how many people around the world are living in poverty

4/20/2015 - See which countries have the world’s safest roads

4/20/2015 - The breathtaking elevator ride to the top of One World Trade Center sweeps through 515 years of history

4/20/2015 - If millionaire Indian MPs won’t give up government subsidies, why should I?

4/20/2015 - An Indian doctor is arrested after his wife commits suicide, citing his “abnormal” homosexuality

4/20/2015 - The best person for your next hire might be an autistic person

4/20/2015 - Truly confident people do these twelve things differently

4/20/2015 - Oakland is getting left behind in the Silicon Valley real estate boom

4/20/2015 - Do grades matter? Depends if you’re asking Google or Goldman Sachs

4/20/2015 - Will Florida’s coastal economy adapt to rising sea levels?

4/20/2015 - The big risk of letting employees know where they rank versus their peers

4/20/2015 - What’s in a name: India’s e-visa is actually a smart programme

4/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—EU migrant disaster, China’s new stimulus, sexually-transmitted Ebola, marijuana holiday

4/20/2015 - China is investing $46 billion to carve out a route through one of the world’s most dangerous regions

4/20/2015 - Europe’s shipwreck dilemma: Could rescuing migrants lead to even more deaths?

4/20/2015 - Even $200 billion in stimulus can’t make China’s banks lend to the businesses that need it the most

4/20/2015 - It’s not just the Taj Mahal—pollution is ruining many other iconic monuments in India

4/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—EU migrant disaster, China’s new stimulus, sexually-transmitted Ebola, marijuana holiday

4/19/2015 - South Africa’s leaders went missing on the foreigner attacks and shamed our history

4/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US-EU trade talks, pot day, migrant boat sinking, pigeon towers

4/19/2015 - Why China’s economy is slowing and what it means for everything

4/19/2015 - So far, 2015 is the hottest year on record

4/19/2015 - Bend it like dad: Meet the next generation of global sports royalty

4/19/2015 - Science can now spot trolls after just five horrible, malicious comments

4/19/2015 - Marrying out of your social class will be hard, but not doomed

4/19/2015 - Photos: Centerfold-worthy food porn that you can recreate at home

4/19/2015 - California hopes saltwater will help to quench its thirst

4/19/2015 - How successful people work less—and get more done

4/19/2015 - Why are we parenting as if our kids are in constant danger?

4/19/2015 - Hillary Clinton is India’s favorite US presidential candidate

4/19/2015 - The six skills that make entrepreneurs extraordinary

4/19/2015 - McDonald’s franchisees are speaking up, and the company should listen

4/18/2015 - Southwest Airlines’ new ‘wider’ seat probably isn’t wider after all

4/18/2015 - For the first time in a century, bald eagles are back in New York

4/18/2015 - Tickets to Mayweather vs. Pacquiao don’t even exist, but they’re selling for $19,000 each

4/18/2015 - Are we starting to fall out of love with Silicon Valley?

4/18/2015 - Finland was the canary in the coal mine of Europe‘s state fragmentation

4/18/2015 - Solar power will soon be as cheap as coal

4/18/2015 - If you’re not saying “I love you” after six months, move on

4/18/2015 - What it is like to get married when you’re young

4/18/2015 - We just can’t stop building robots that look like humans

4/18/2015 - The little-known body language secrets of successful people

4/17/2015 - Quartz Weekend—Tech arrogance, Paulson’s insights, crossword obsessives, visa nostalgia

4/17/2015 - The markets sure had a wild and crazy week

4/17/2015 - Ringo Starr gets his solo spot in the hall of fame, but he’ll always be a Beatle

4/17/2015 - The US is naming and shaming economic allies for relying too much on American demand

4/17/2015 - International network security is compromised—here’s how to fix it

4/17/2015 - You and your dog are truly, chemically, in love

4/17/2015 - The hacked Sony emails show how Silicon Valley dealmaking really works

4/17/2015 - Comcast’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable is now in grave danger

4/17/2015 - The 10 most important economic charts of the week

4/17/2015 - Bloomberg went down today, and it scared the bejeezus out of the financial markets

4/17/2015 - “Sábado Gigante,” the longest-running TV variety show in history, is signing off

4/17/2015 - The time has come to redefine “old age”

4/17/2015 - Leaked emails: Sony’s experience shows how Hollywood studios walk the line in China

4/17/2015 - A minister and Stanford business lecturer explains how to be spiritual at work

4/17/2015 - What poor students wish their teachers knew about them

4/17/2015 - Iraq’s “King of Clubs” is dead? I’ve heard that one before

4/17/2015 - More than just their feet: powerful photos of China’s last female foot binders

4/17/2015 - Boeing’s new overhead bins will hold 50% more bags

4/17/2015 - Wait—a former Goldman Sachs banker can bring populist credibility to Hillary Clinton’s campaign?

4/17/2015 - A “Star Wars”-themed R2-D2 tribute jet is ready to take flight

4/17/2015 - Photos: An Amazon tribe took over the runway at São Paulo Fashion Week

4/17/2015 - Photos: the games children play in war zones

4/17/2015 - Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance just made a killing in its refinery business

4/17/2015 - Copenhagen’s pioneering city bike program is days away from being scrapped

4/17/2015 - These incredibly simple Apple Watch apps will control the world around you

4/17/2015 - As a black female academic, I know what it’s like to have people look right through you

4/17/2015 - Yahoo has a bad habit of buying talent through acquisitions

4/17/2015 - For the next generation, sweatpants will be what jeans were to us

4/17/2015 - American consumers are spending more on organic foods, and so is their government

4/17/2015 - Art or advertising? Delta’s “experiential marketing” has it both ways

4/17/2015 - Creating a meme on Twitter could send you to jail in Tanzania

4/17/2015 - Scientists have found a new possible cause for Alzheimer’s disease

4/17/2015 - People who skim online articles are just as cultured as book snobs

4/17/2015 - The more successful I’ve become, the more unworthy of success I feel

4/17/2015 - Police body cameras will not change the culture of racism in America

4/17/2015 - College is worth it if you have these six experiences

4/17/2015 - Beijing backtracks on its some of its restrictive rules for foreign tech companies

4/17/2015 - Map: Indian states with the highest and lowest number of private companies

4/17/2015 - The internet should have killed the cookbook, but instead it reinvented it

4/17/2015 - With the recession over, Americans are once again flocking to sun and suburbs

4/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Bloomberg’s outage, UK jobs surge, China’s “ridiculous” bureaucracy, ancient Yoda manuscripts

4/17/2015 - The latest disruptive space technology is a battery-powered rocket engine

4/17/2015 - The new Star Wars trailer prompted a flood of tears from ecstatic fans

4/17/2015 - Pregnancy remains a curse for working women in corporate India

4/17/2015 - World Bank projects have displaced over 3 million people around the world

4/17/2015 - How white people created the conditions for anti-immigrant riots in South Africa

4/17/2015 - Australia is going taco crazy

4/17/2015 - Three weeks left: Duels, polls, and pool on the UK campaign trail

4/17/2015 - Poor internet for poor people: Why Facebook’s Internet.org amounts to economic racism

4/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—More strife in Yemen, Etsy shares pop, WikiLeaks leaks again, ice cream burritos

4/16/2015 - Forget Google—Marissa Mayer’s next deal in search should be with Facebook

4/16/2015 - The intelligent technology behind traffic lights

4/16/2015 - Slack just doubled its valuation, proving enterprise software can be sexy

4/16/2015 - Your favorite craft beers aren’t just tasty, they’re increasingly eco-friendly

4/16/2015 - The new Star Wars: Episode VII trailer is here

4/16/2015 - “Social parasite” law in Belarus fines the unemployed

4/16/2015 - In-N-Out is still America’s favorite place to get a burger, a survey says

4/16/2015 - Rihanna’s new video is a surprisingly powerful statement on immigration

4/16/2015 - American teachers, more demoralized than ever, are quitting in droves

4/16/2015 - How mobile phones changed Africa

4/16/2015 - Periscope is how Twitter finally gives us all something to tweet about

4/16/2015 - America undervalues childcare so much, nearly half of its nannies are on welfare

4/16/2015 - In seven of Africa’s leading economies, nearly a third of mobile users pay with their phones

4/16/2015 - Having rich neighbors can be toxic for kids

4/16/2015 - An open Cuba will give the whole Caribbean bloc an economic boost, says a former Jamaican prime minister

4/16/2015 - The last male northern white rhino on Earth is under 24-hour armed guard

4/16/2015 - Rejected Hillary logos

4/16/2015 - These Chinese textile mills are going green—and saving millions

4/16/2015 - Bill Clinton failed to stop genocide in Rwanda, but his foundation is quietly making amends

4/16/2015 - Netflix is now bigger than CBS

4/16/2015 - Goldman’s bet on trading is paying off

4/16/2015 - Ben Bernanke’s decision to advise a hedge fund will cost him something, too

4/16/2015 - Racial segregation made minority neighborhoods even stronger magnets for pre-crisis subprime loans

4/16/2015 - This is Karl Lagerfeld’s custom gold Apple Watch

4/16/2015 - The most powerful passports in the world, ranked

4/16/2015 - Milk, missiles, and macroeconomics: Highlights from Vladimir Putin’s marathon call-in Q&A show

4/16/2015 - Barack Obama wrote a love note to Narendra Modi in TIME magazine

4/16/2015 - Blacklane wants to be Uber with a heart, if drivers and customers will let it

4/16/2015 - Mobile network ads in an India with unfair internet might look like this

4/16/2015 - Why black women with college degrees can’t get ahead

4/16/2015 - Google’s virtual tour of Abbey Road Studios is both fascinating and frustrating

4/16/2015 - This is what a free, ad-supported Uber would look like

4/16/2015 - 2,500 years later, the hottest new management guru is Confucius

4/16/2015 - Facebook is reviving the away message

4/16/2015 - French fry shortages and food scandals take a big bite out of McDonald’s Japan

4/16/2015 - This Russian orphanage is fighting to keep its disabled kids out of mental asylums

4/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Volkwagen’s leadership feud, Bernanke’s hedge fund, Facebook’s India setback, Karl Lagerfeld’s Apple Watch

4/16/2015 - Video: Monkeys show how keeping up with your peers is a primal need

4/16/2015 - Facebook’s Internet.org is falling apart in India as the country debates net neutrality

4/16/2015 - Flakka, Florida’s latest drug scourge, can easily be purchased online in China

4/16/2015 - Beware, soccer managers: Jurgen Klopp is looking for a job

4/16/2015 - Timeline: Rahul Gandhi, lost and found

4/16/2015 - China’s wealth gap is leading to its own blue-state, red-state divide

4/16/2015 - This 13-year-old girl from Bangalore has the perfect way to explain net neutrality

4/15/2015 - Twitter redesigned its confusing, unattractive homepage

4/15/2015 - Zuckerberg’s next selection for the Facebook book club is all about dealing with China

4/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Sewol anniversary, Paulson on China, confetti bombs, glitter telescopes

4/15/2015 - Netflix isn’t afraid of HBO, Apple, or Popcorn Time

4/15/2015 - Netflix will start encrypting its streams to block prying eyes and internet providers

4/15/2015 - Netflix subscribers streamed 10 billion hours last quarter

4/15/2015 - The British royal baby will have a lower hospital bill than an uninsured American baby

4/15/2015 - The oil rig reckoning is taking industrial activity down with it

4/15/2015 - Fear of anti-foreigner violence in South Africa is spreading to Johannesburg

4/15/2015 - The key ingredient to having groupthink-free meetings is leadership

4/15/2015 - Bank of America says it’s not worried about losing its customers to robots

4/15/2015 - The Turkish lira’s long tale of woe under Recep Tayyip Erdogan

4/15/2015 - 25% of part-time university faculty in the US need government aid

4/15/2015 - Guess who holds even more US debt than China or Japan

4/15/2015 - Why black South Africans are attacking foreign Africans but not foreign whites

4/15/2015 - Loving eggs will always be a risky business

4/15/2015 - Video: How the US tax system shrinks the income gap, in Legos

4/15/2015 - Is this crazy chair the future of air travel?

4/15/2015 - Photos: An Oscar-winning cinematographer has the world’s coolest Instagram feed

4/15/2015 - The Brazilian police have arrested the treasurer of Dilma Rousseff’s ruling party

4/15/2015 - How Larry Summers would regulate peer-to-peer lenders

4/15/2015 - Infographic: An American bridge’s foreign components

4/15/2015 - Bell Labs, the historic birthplace of world-changing innovations, is being taken over by Nokia

4/15/2015 - Photos: The making of India’s first “smart city”

4/15/2015 - Video: Mario Draghi’s ECB press conference is disrupted by an anti-austerity protestor

4/15/2015 - Watch how tantalizingly close SpaceX’s rocket came to landing on a floating platform in the ocean

4/15/2015 - However low interest rates might go, the IRS will never act like a bank

4/15/2015 - The terrible, claustrophobic airplane seat redesign that could soon be how we fly

4/15/2015 - How to get every cop in the US to wear a camera

4/15/2015 - Native Hawaiians are fighting off an invasion of astronomers

4/15/2015 - This is how Fitbit employees monitor each other’s health

4/15/2015 - The economic charts underlying the xenophobic attacks on other Africans in South Africa

4/15/2015 - Chinese drinkers can’t kick their fancy French cognac habit

4/15/2015 - Hank Paulson on the Chinese economy, Xi Jinping, and what Americans don’t get about China

4/15/2015 - If we don’t teach religion in schools, Americans will never understand the rest of the world

4/15/2015 - Nigeria is projected to be the first African country to hit $1 trillion in GDP by 2030

4/15/2015 - End of an era: Air India flight attendants can now wear trousers

4/15/2015 - Europe has formally accused Google of abusing its dominant position

4/15/2015 - The charts that explain why Mark Zuckerberg is lobbying for immigration reform in the US

4/15/2015 - The Arab Spring’s best legacy: Egyptians are now reading once-banned books

4/15/2015 - The tortured and ludicrous history of Segway ends with its acquisition by a Chinese imitator

4/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—EU vs. Google, China’s slowdown, Nokia buys Alcatel-Lucent, space espresso

4/15/2015 - What president Hillary Clinton could mean for China

4/15/2015 - If you must, here’s your guide to doing business in Vladimir Putin’s Russia

4/15/2015 - Cinema wars: meet the man who picks which Russian films to ban in Ukraine

4/15/2015 - Break your product into new markets by raising the price

4/15/2015 - Half of the EU and all of ASEAN are now members of China’s alternative to the World Bank

4/15/2015 - Net neutrality is important, and more so because most Indians don’t even have access to the internet

4/15/2015 - The UK Conservative Party is obsessed with “you”

4/15/2015 - China is voting on a hand signal to tell people to stop smoking

4/15/2015 - Beijing pollution peaks at midnight, and other sobering insights on Chinese air quality

4/15/2015 - India’s freelance boom is creating a crop of creative co-working spaces

4/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—EU slams Google, China’s GDP slows, Obama’s Iran compromise, space station espresso

4/14/2015 - China’s economy has slowed to a six year low, the latest GDP figure confirms

4/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—EU slams Google, US workers protest, Cuba rehabilitated, armadillo warning

4/14/2015 - KIND bars claim to be healthy. The US government disagrees

4/14/2015 - Gold bugs cry a single golden tear when they see this chart

4/14/2015 - Even though it’s terrible for us, more antibiotics are being used on farm animals than ever before

4/14/2015 - New research shows that the Pacific winds are tied to the California drought

4/14/2015 - Louis Vuitton is doing great without Marc Jacobs

4/14/2015 - Google has patented the ability to control a robot army

4/14/2015 - One of these three things will (probably) happen Wednesday in Europe’s Google investigation

4/14/2015 - Bangladesh has a plan to stop 18,000 kids from drowning every year

4/14/2015 - SpaceX will try again today to test the reusable rocket that could change spaceflight

4/14/2015 - Günter Grass wanted to be buried with a bag of nuts to chomp from the great beyond

4/14/2015 - IRS budget cuts might sound great, but they make bad stuff happen to taxpayers

4/14/2015 - On Cuba, Marco Rubio is more like an old Republican than a young one

4/14/2015 - The music industry has hit its rock bottom

4/14/2015 - Republican candidates for president order a burrito from Chipotle

4/14/2015 - “Big banks are the worst,” says a big bank

4/14/2015 - Moleskine, purveyor of legendary paper goods, goes digital

4/14/2015 - Restaurant reservations are broken, and here’s a simple way to fix them

4/14/2015 - To fight income inequality, tell your friends how much you make

4/14/2015 - JPMorgan Chase is getting interested in the mortgage business again

4/14/2015 - Citgroup has finally thrown its lot in with online lending

4/14/2015 - The M&A boom has just started

4/14/2015 - The devastating numbers behind Boko Haram’s bloody rule

4/14/2015 - Happy Equal Pay Day: US women had to work this far into 2015 to earn what men did in 2014

4/14/2015 - Even Lending Club won’t lend to pot businesses

4/14/2015 - Timeline: The collapse of India’s largest defence deal

4/14/2015 - “Whoops!” is still the single biggest cause of data breaches

4/14/2015 - CEO sets a minimum wage of $70,000 for everyone in his company

4/14/2015 - Photos: Instagram chef parodies Michelin-style plating with junk food masterpieces

4/14/2015 - The craziest ways applicants have won over admissions officers at elite American universities

4/14/2015 - Marco Rubio may loathe his elders, but a wiser Hillary Clinton is embracing hers

4/14/2015 - A eulogy for “Justified,” the most underappreciated drama of our time

4/14/2015 - There’s one part of the tech industry that mobile is not disrupting

4/14/2015 - London’s house prices are no longer the fastest growing in the UK

4/14/2015 - Social intelligence firms want to map the world’s biggest spenders

4/14/2015 - Second-generation immigrants do better in school than the rest of their families

4/14/2015 - An ambitious Russian court has banned 136 internet porn sites

4/14/2015 - Here’s what the world’s design mavericks created in the last year

4/14/2015 - The UN wants to make sure we’re not developing killer robots we can’t control

4/14/2015 - Now that Wall Street’s shrinking, here’s how it got so big in the first place

4/14/2015 - The great Nike heist: employees are accused of stealing hundreds of valuable rare sneakers

4/14/2015 - Open-source streetlamps from old soda bottles are making streets safer for women

4/14/2015 - Turkey’s vengeful president Erdogan is squashing his country’s rise

4/14/2015 - Furious 7’s record-breaking debut confirms China’s love of bad action movies

4/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—SpaceX’s relaunch, JPMorgan earnings, Rakuten eyes PopSugar, Android airstrikes

4/14/2015 - Citigroup’s new consumer chief is further proof of the bank’s pivot to Asia

4/14/2015 - It has been one year since nearly 300 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram

4/14/2015 - Google’s Laszlo Bock on employing recent grads, the “big pivot” for new managers, and HR neglect

4/14/2015 - Economies focused on growth alone are on a path to self-destruction

4/14/2015 - How China’s slowdown is also slowing down Africa

4/14/2015 - After belittling her for years, it is time India appreciates its most famous female tennis star

4/14/2015 - Helen Zille, the woman who exposed a major apartheid-era coverup, is leaving South African politics

4/14/2015 - Heathrow and Gatwick are competing to prove which is more overstretched

4/14/2015 - Led by Sequoia Capital, Indian investors are on fire this year

4/14/2015 - Photos: This year’s cherry blossom season in Japan will be beautiful, and especially lucrative

4/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—SpaceX’s relaunch, Toyota’s Mexico plans, Greek default looms, Android airstrikes

4/14/2015 - A pot delivery service lands an investment from Snoop Dogg’s venture firm

4/14/2015 - Salman Rushdie’s “stupid me” moment on Goodreads

4/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Iraq’s wishlist, Russian arms sales, Chinese markets, Korean fables

4/13/2015 - Zuckerberg should absolutely protect his privacy, even as Facebook erodes it for everyone else

4/13/2015 - Power of 10: Why networks are ordering shorter seasons for their hit shows

4/13/2015 - A “sex pile” on Instagram doesn’t mean what you think it means

4/13/2015 - Investors are ganging up on Pandora

4/13/2015 - Scientists believe we could farm water on Mars, like the Skywalkers on Tatooine

4/13/2015 - A sober take on Hillary Clinton’s uninspiring campaign logo

4/13/2015 - US hospitals could save billions if they took a lesson from the Department of Veterans Affairs

4/13/2015 - Climate change has made a sailboat race through the Arctic possible

4/13/2015 - We tried on the Apple Watch and it was surprisingly intriguing

4/13/2015 - Sudan’s strongman al-Bashir is slated to win the presidential vote amid opposition boycott

4/13/2015 - Today SpaceX will test the reusable rocket that could change spaceflight

4/13/2015 - Government meddling is part of the reason the YouTube of France has sputtered

4/13/2015 - A man says his flight instructor was FaceTiming when their helicopter crashed

4/13/2015 - More than 15% of NFL players go bankrupt within 12 years of retiring

4/13/2015 - Spotify’s $8.4 billion valuation gives artists another reason to hate it

4/13/2015 - If you are American, you are almost definitely getting a tax refund this year

4/13/2015 - Eduardo Galeano, leftist chronicler of Latin American history, politics, and football, has died

4/13/2015 - The silly reason Taiwan’s money is not good enough for China’s new bank

4/13/2015 - US banks are looking good again, thanks to low expectations

4/13/2015 - Bad news is good news in the Hong Kong stock market

4/13/2015 - The US’s most marginalized are disrupting power structures by learning how to code

4/13/2015 - Why did mainland Chinese investors suddenly go on a Hong Kong buying spree?

4/13/2015 - First test passed: HBO Now streamed the “Game of Thrones” premiere without major incident

4/13/2015 - What is the future of the ATM in a world of digital money?

4/13/2015 - By 2030, India will be the world’s third largest economy—ahead of France and Germany

4/13/2015 - Neuroscience explains why Hodor in Game of Thrones only says “Hodor”

4/13/2015 - Our startup launched its own version of Holacracy and tripled its revenue

4/13/2015 - What’s behind the surprise drop in Chinese exports?

4/13/2015 - The marijuana industry’s newest customers are sick and elderly dogs

4/13/2015 - Ten charts that paint a fascinating portrait of the modern-day programmer

4/13/2015 - Photos: Shantytown residents in Portugal commissioned this ethical kitchen from Lisbon architects

4/13/2015 - The Chinese government may have been spying on India’s leaders and defence companies for a decade

4/13/2015 - India’s preference for sons has created a nation of tiny people

4/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Clinton’s announcement, Spotify’s valuation, collapsing Chinese exports, Snowden art

4/13/2015 - There is nothing really Indian about Indian curry

4/12/2015 - Hillary’s not there: The people in her video seem to be acting out scenes from the candidate’s life

4/12/2015 - Apple Watch pre-orders were 1 million in the US on its first day, a shopping data firm estimates

4/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Japan’s stimulus, Clinton’s announcement, abolishing cash, Snowden tribute art

4/12/2015 - Finally: Hillary Clinton has entered the 2016 presidential race

4/12/2015 - Photos: Hillary Clinton’s cosmopolitan turn has revolutionized her image

4/12/2015 - What would Hillary Clinton do to boost the US economy?

4/12/2015 - Many episodes of the new season of ‘Game of Thrones’ are already online

4/12/2015 - Protestors staged a historic hologram protest against Spain’s new gag law

4/12/2015 - IBM’s AI computer has come up with some pretty incredible food pairings

4/12/2015 - The global economy’s bizarre problem: Too much money

4/12/2015 - Six ways we need to redesign retirement for our longer lives

4/12/2015 - Earth has a ‘Game of Thrones’ pirating problem

4/12/2015 - The all-too-real struggles of being a first-time parent, illustrated

4/12/2015 - H&M’s “sustainability” report hides the unsustainable reality of fast fashion

4/12/2015 - While you were sleeping, your brain was working overtime

4/12/2015 - Pope Francis is a powerful messenger for climate change

4/11/2015 - Rich kids love Instagram, but Facebook is most popular with lower-income youth

4/11/2015 - Amazon can now test its drone delivery system in the US—for real, this time

4/11/2015 - China’s aggressive new censorship weapon can cripple your website

4/11/2015 - Podcast: Letting people sell their kidneys solved Iran’s organ shortage. Should the US do the same?

4/11/2015 - World Bank president Jim Kim on Asian infrastructure investment, Africa rising, and his bromance with Jack Ma

4/11/2015 - Peugeot’s new food truck looks like a luxury Transformer

4/11/2015 - This is the Russian socialite behind Kalashnikov’s flashy rebranding

4/11/2015 - Stubbing your toe may help you form and recall more detailed memories

4/11/2015 - Photos: The weird, wild world of Edward Snowden art tributes

4/11/2015 - The magic number that makes us start collections is two

4/11/2015 - How can urban planners help fix gentrification? Pay more attention to artists

4/11/2015 - There will be more shark attacks in the future—and it’s our own fault

4/10/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Race in the 2016 race, Putin beware, Xi Jinping’s life, the meme of memes

4/10/2015 - China’s stock market hot hand hopped over to Hong Kong this week

4/10/2015 - For transgender students, college is no haven

4/10/2015 - Three myths about the ruble’s miraculous recovery

4/10/2015 - The 10 most important economic charts of the week

4/10/2015 - The Iran nuclear deal is great for Africa’s largest mobile operator

4/10/2015 - When Cecil Rhodes’ statue fell it laid bare South Africa’s transformation challenges

4/10/2015 - The high-stakes underworld of guinea pig pageantry

4/10/2015 - The Kremlin has declared war on memes

4/10/2015 - Cannabis extract might actually help reduce brain tumors

4/10/2015 - It’s 10 times easier to get a job at Goldman Sachs than at Google

4/10/2015 - The music industry has a math problem

4/10/2015 - US leaders would rather keep Turkey happy than recognize the Armenian genocide

4/10/2015 - Human rights defenders want to ban “killer robots”

4/10/2015 - Hillary Clinton will finally announce she’s running for president this weekend, reports say

4/10/2015 - Traveling while black is never just tourism

4/10/2015 - Here’s how to use the Spock emoji on your iPhone

4/10/2015 - This app crowdsources positive thinking and support from strangers

4/10/2015 - Photos: Mom photographs messy, fearless daughters to show “strong is the new pretty”

4/10/2015 - Make cherry blossom trees magically appear in your neighborhood

4/10/2015 - A Japanese court has ordered Google to take down negative business reviews

4/10/2015 - One month to go: farm visits and French intrigue on the UK campaign trail

4/10/2015 - Actual words my coworkers have said to me, a woman in tech

4/10/2015 - Bill Maher and the New Atheists are anti-Muslim bigots

4/10/2015 - Airbus is planning a “budget economy” section with even narrower seats

4/10/2015 - The lessons India Inc. should take away from Germany

4/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US-Cuba talks, India’s Enron, Amazon’s drone lift-off, unfairly maligned almonds

4/10/2015 - Goodluck Jonathan’s journey to Nigeria’s presidency is also a story of how he lost it

4/10/2015 - My home town Garissa will suffer again at the hands of Kenyan authorities, but it won’t make our country safer

4/10/2015 - Flipkart is flush with cash, and is poaching hires from Google and beyond

4/10/2015 - Asia’s largest IPO this year is the latest sign that Chinese investors are ignoring reality

4/10/2015 - The absolutely legitimate, incredibly useful Indian English word you’re not using

4/10/2015 - The growing industry of cleaning up after elderly Japanese who die alone

4/10/2015 - A decade after his death, China’s forgotten economic reformer will finally receive a proper burial

4/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Deutsche Bank’s fine, GE’s real estate sell-off, Amazon’s drone lift-off, unfairly maligned almonds

4/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—LinkedIn buys Lynda, Greece pays its IMF bill, France investigates HSBC, a sexual offender gene

4/9/2015 - Womanhood in 2015, decoded

4/9/2015 - Should you buy an Apple Watch? Well, that depends

4/9/2015 - Apparently, the dancers in Apple’s emoji have been wearing Playboy bunny ears all along

4/9/2015 - The world is remembering–and forgetting–the attack in Kenya that killed 148 students

4/9/2015 - China wants to build a rail tunnel to Nepal under Mount Everest

4/9/2015 - The unflattering chart that Jamie Dimon forgot to put in his letter to JPMorgan shareholders

4/9/2015 - California has a long, hot, dry year ahead

4/9/2015 - Germany should borrow with abandon and rebuild, well, everything

4/9/2015 - Study: More than half of workers would not recommend their employer to peers

4/9/2015 - Giant corporations are confident enough to start feasting on one another again

4/9/2015 - The electric grid’s latest threat? Rooftop solar cells

4/9/2015 - The cruel and unusual history of America’s quest for the perfect execution

4/9/2015 - Ted Kennedy’s Institute lets visitors play US senator for a day

4/9/2015 - Photos: Sunrise, sunset, and aurora from the International Space Station

4/9/2015 - Black parents are homeschooling their children to avoid racism

4/9/2015 - LinkedIn is paying $1.5 billion for the online education site Lynda.com

4/9/2015 - More than 1 in 4 Greeks are still out of work

4/9/2015 - More children are going to school in African countries, but there are still 30 million who are not

4/9/2015 - Watch: Sesame Street’s parody of “Game of Thrones” nails it all in six minutes

4/9/2015 - India’s underfunded, neglected ice hockey team just crowdsourced a trip to play in Kuwait

4/9/2015 - Google is tackling the science of how to build excellent teams

4/9/2015 - How to smuggle a million bucks with Spanx and Saran Wrap

4/9/2015 - Your insurance company can now use drones to check up on you

4/9/2015 - Take it from a black man from North Charleston: Your notion of home is as fragile as mine

4/9/2015 - Graveyard of emperors: Putin should heed the fates of Russia’s leaders

4/9/2015 - A man on trial for fraudulent bankruptcy in Milan opened fire at the courthouse, killing at least three

4/9/2015 - Building the Internet of Things is risky—and a great opportunity

4/9/2015 - A couple in Poland is making $300 handbags out of gold-plated Legos

4/9/2015 - The Satyam scandal: How India’s biggest corporate fraud unfolded

4/9/2015 - Photos: This Arctic mining community may be the most isolated city on Earth

4/9/2015 - Alibaba is sending 10 same-sex couples on all-expense-paid trips to US to get married

4/9/2015 - This is how a 50-year-old Spanish shoeshiner gave Japan its Twitter handle

4/9/2015 - Here’s why humans are so obsessed with colonizing Mars

4/9/2015 - The high cost of cancer drugs is even higher when you’re uninsured

4/9/2015 - Inside Netflix and Marvel’s titanic team up on Daredevil

4/9/2015 - The US is bungling its most important diplomatic challenge—and it’s not Iran

4/9/2015 - Destination divorces are turning heartbreaks into holidays

4/9/2015 - Five takeaways from a rare, epically long Narendra Modi interview

4/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Greece’s IMF repayment, Hong Kong’s stock surge, Ola raises cash, Malawi albino protection

4/9/2015 - China is adding a Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline to its revival of the old Silk Road

4/9/2015 - A giant pool of volatile Chinese investment is surging into Hong Kong’s stock market

4/9/2015 - Big British banks paid legal costs worth half their profits in 2014—and that was a good year

4/9/2015 - The latest drones are packing livestreaming, virtual reality interfaces, and a little bit of bling

4/9/2015 - Rich, cultured, and lonely: How India’s rising class looks for love now

4/9/2015 - Wall Street heavyweights are pouncing on peer-to-peer lending

4/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek IMF repayment, Mylan woos Perrigo, Hong Kong’s stock surge, Malawi albino protection

4/9/2015 - Five charts that puncture the bogey of Muslim population growth

4/8/2015 - Facebook Messenger for browsers is free from distractions—but that may not be a good thing

4/8/2015 - Video: Everyone, including former cast, wants to #SaveTwinPeaks

4/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Boston bomber found guilty, Greece makes a friend in Moscow, Iran uses her Navy, FBI fitness tests

4/8/2015 - You can now get Popcorn Time on your iPhone

4/8/2015 - The “Serial” story continues in a new podcast from Adnan Syed’s supporters

4/8/2015 - Best Apple Watch features

4/8/2015 - Why male marathoners might be the best men around

4/8/2015 - Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is convicted in federal court

4/8/2015 - The limits of US-China cooperation in Africa

4/8/2015 - Women are catching up to tech bros in one corner of Silicon Valley

4/8/2015 - What’s behind Tesla’s charm offensive

4/8/2015 - For the last time, the American Civil War was not about states’ rights

4/8/2015 - The Apple Watch reviews are in, and they’re uncharacteristically meh across the board

4/8/2015 - The most popular programming languages are rapidly changing

4/8/2015 - Having problems with HBO Now? HBO wants to make sure you blame someone else

4/8/2015 - Is the camera phone the only way for black men in America to get justice?

4/8/2015 - Why climate scientists should stop flying

4/8/2015 - Kenya is stopping remittances of $70 million a month from reaching its Somali community

4/8/2015 - Google says J Lo is why we have image search

4/8/2015 - Is tech demand slumping, or just shifting?

4/8/2015 - Sim Bhullar makes history as the first person of Indian descent to play in the NBA

4/8/2015 - In the French far right’s civil war, Le Pen is mightier than the sword

4/8/2015 - NASA scientists say we’ll find alien life in space in the next 20 years

4/8/2015 - The Russian hackers taking on the Kremlin are named after Humpty Dumpty

4/8/2015 - Amazon’s vision of the future is less than dashing

4/8/2015 - Dutch men are the tallest in the world because that’s what Dutch women prefer

4/8/2015 - The one thing all people with strong self-control understand

4/8/2015 - Shell has struck first with its bold, $70 billion acquisition of an oil industry pioneer

4/8/2015 - The demise of reality TV is hurting Viacom

4/8/2015 - Why I didn’t go to art school—and why everyone does now

4/8/2015 - A record 2,250 hungry sea lion pups got stranded on the California coast this year

4/8/2015 - This steampunk contraption allows you to make your own nut oils

4/8/2015 - Fixed deposits would have given more to investors than most Indian IPOs in the last decade

4/8/2015 - Alibaba and Tencent’s battle of the banks can’t come soon enough for Chinese borrowers

4/8/2015 - The US just overtook China as the world’s best place for e-commerce

4/8/2015 - The US government holds more than $875 billion in student loan debt

4/8/2015 - It’s not just sleep—simply spending time in the dark is good for your health

4/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Greece goes begging, Shell goes shopping, Emanuel’s Chicago victory, Snowden’s hologram

4/8/2015 - India’s unclear tax policy has come back to haunt Modi

4/8/2015 - In China, it pays big money to be an “impoverished” village

4/8/2015 - Revisiting Chhattisgarh: The Indian state where a woman’s uterus is a way for doctors to get rich

4/8/2015 - On the Greek leader’s agenda in Moscow: debt, energy, and strawberries

4/8/2015 - Asia is becoming the global epicenter of corporate corruption

4/8/2015 - Japanese robot-made eyeglasses combine the best of Warby Parker and Lenscrafters

4/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greece goes begging, Shell goes shopping, Emanuel wins Chicago, Snowden’s hologram

4/8/2015 - MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga’s six lessons on leadership—as told to the IIM-A class of 2015

4/7/2015 - Video captures a white police officer in South Carolina shooting an unarmed black man eight times in the back

4/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Greece goes begging, FedEx goes shopping, Swiss Army smartwatch, spicy drones

4/7/2015 - The world’s largest oil companies are about to start devouring each other

4/7/2015 - The Garissa massacre shows us it’s time to abandon the war on terror

4/7/2015 - The oil bust is starting to take a toll on American jobs

4/7/2015 - Lane Bryant’s powerful body positive campaign is making Victoria’s Secret look outdated

4/7/2015 - Google is over those ridiculous brainteasers, but some employees didn’t get the memo

4/7/2015 - Google wants to save us from spoilers on social media

4/7/2015 - The IMF says Larry Summers is right—and Ben Bernanke is wrong—about economic stagnation

4/7/2015 - Watch: Russian dash cams record the improbable luck of pedestrians in traffic

4/7/2015 - Leaked recordings reveal chaos in the cockpit of the Polish presidential plane that crashed in 2010

4/7/2015 - 24 facts you should know about the death penalty in the United States

4/7/2015 - Google is now bigger than Exxon Mobil

4/7/2015 - A new, cheap battery that charges in a minute could be the future of cell phones

4/7/2015 - The legacy of Michael Graves’s joy through superior design

4/7/2015 - Miscarriages are devastating and we need to stop keeping them secret

4/7/2015 - Iranian oil could send an already-saturated market back into a price nosedive

4/7/2015 - In the future, the car business is going to look very different

4/7/2015 - Photos: New coloring books for adults are good for your health

4/7/2015 - HBO Now has launched on Apple devices—no cable TV subscription required

4/7/2015 - Mass transit isn’t necessarily the answer to lower carbon emissions

4/7/2015 - Goldman says bank profits will suffer if US interest rates don’t rise

4/7/2015 - Google will reportedly offer free international mobile roaming

4/7/2015 - Forcing Spanish political parties to nominate more women is helping them win votes

4/7/2015 - Five of the most imitated musical grooves that could be lawsuit fodder in the post-“Blurred Lines” world

4/7/2015 - The feminist argument for naming rape survivors in the media

4/7/2015 - When it comes to the future of American work, as goes Minnesota, so goes the nation?

4/7/2015 - London’s universities are spending $6 billion to lure overseas students

4/7/2015 - This grocery store in Berlin was designed for 100% package-free shopping

4/7/2015 - The birth, death and resurrection of American beer: 1873-2014

4/7/2015 - All foreign policy should be feminist foreign policy

4/7/2015 - Scientists at MIT are designing bulletproof armor modeled on fish scales

4/7/2015 - Your next best hire might be a competitive eater

4/7/2015 - An innovative program in Iraq is fighting ISIL with peace education

4/7/2015 - Robot spiders could build the next generation of objects in space

4/7/2015 - Defeating Alzheimer’s by 2025 could be within reach

4/7/2015 - Social media was the other big winner at Nigeria’s historic elections

4/7/2015 - A designer’s tour of the Large Hadron Collider

4/7/2015 - Narendra Modi fans can now go on a tour to hear about his tea-selling days and crocodile-saving tales

4/7/2015 - Freedom of speech is under attack in Bangladesh

4/7/2015 - These are the Arab media conspiracy theories about ISIL

4/7/2015 - The Tesla Model S has yet to wear out its welcome with car buyers

4/7/2015 - Airtel and Vodafone want to make more money by screwing with India’s internet. Here is how you can stop them

4/7/2015 - Raghuram Rajan takes it slow, keeps key rates unchanged

4/7/2015 - A contentious chemical plant in China has exploded for the second time in two years

4/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Samsung’s profit decline, Australia’s rate decision, Canada sells GM, Obama vs. bees

4/7/2015 - The marijuana startup behind Bob Marley-branded weed just closed a record funding round

4/7/2015 - What’s at stake in the fight over the Mumbai waterfront

4/7/2015 - Starbucks pledges to pay for employees’ college tuition—as long as they enroll in one online program

4/6/2015 - India’s Modi will try to repeat his Madison Square Garden magic in China

4/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Samsung updates, Kenya retaliates, Turkey blocks social media, singing mice

4/6/2015 - The euphemisms people use to pay their drug dealer in public on Venmo

4/6/2015 - The chart that shows how everything is becoming a computer

4/6/2015 - Twitter says the key to winning an election is definitely more Tweets

4/6/2015 - Being good isn’t bad for stock returns

4/6/2015 - Last year’s venture-backed IPO frenzy is over, but this is no slump

4/6/2015 - Obama, Netanyahu, and the disappearance of statesmanship

4/6/2015 - For Facebook, news is just padding around other, more valuable parts of the platform

4/6/2015 - Why investors are pouring millions into fantasy sports

4/6/2015 - Fifty years on, the overachiever stereotype is still hurting Asian Americans

4/6/2015 - Emoticons are improving the English language

4/6/2015 - Sneakerheads are secretly just as nerdy as yesterday’s antique collectors

4/6/2015 - #147notjustanumber is the hashtag that gives life to each person slain in the Kenya attack

4/6/2015 - The simple GIF that explains a giant shift in the global economy

4/6/2015 - Video: John Oliver meets Edward Snowden and isn’t afraid to ask the tough questions

4/6/2015 - By sea, by air, by rail: How India is pulling off one of its biggest rescue missions abroad

4/6/2015 - The Iranian nuclear deal is deliberately vague, but parts are not hard to decode

4/6/2015 - The massive gap between Cafe Coffee Day and other coffee shops in India, charted

4/6/2015 - The International Criminal Court will never investigate Palestine’s problems

4/6/2015 - Why Google Capital’s betting big on some boring payroll startup

4/6/2015 - 10 charts that explain the slowdown in venture capital since the start of 2015

4/6/2015 - The only issue you should vote on in the next US presidential election: education

4/6/2015 - Building a survivable, exquisite, expensive unmanned aircraft misses the point

4/6/2015 - Michael Bloomberg is being touted as the next mayor of London

4/6/2015 - Across the Asia Pacific, the population of atheists and agnostics is shrinking

4/6/2015 - The secret of the “ass-curse” stones scattered across western India

4/6/2015 - Bangkok’s lavish, air-conditioned malls consume as much power as entire provinces

4/6/2015 - Chinese taxi drivers attempt suicide to protest the government’s heavy-handed cab monopoly

4/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—India’s air quality, the Obama doctrine, Rolling Stone’s failure, Norway’s Bond villain base

4/5/2015 - How the New York Times is eluding censors in China

4/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—India’s air quality, British pension changes, Mad Men, the motherhood penalty

4/5/2015 - Welcome to the rickety, fickle, barely reliable future of television

4/5/2015 - All the problems of exclusive content, in one Beyoncé song

4/5/2015 - The last fighter to beat Floyd Mayweather is a Bulgarian living in obscurity

4/5/2015 - This designer doesn’t make chairs. He grows them—from trees

4/5/2015 - Can you raise a little boy in your daughter’s pink room?

4/5/2015 - Every city should have a Department of Food

4/5/2015 - Meet the “right-to-work” movement that will break the working class

4/5/2015 - Bathrooms have become a battleground for transgender kids

4/5/2015 - A 30-year-old is resurrecting one of Chicago’s most endangered landmarks

4/5/2015 - If “Mad Men” had never happened, TV would look very different today

4/5/2015 - Danish “starchitect” Bjarke Ingels forays into faucets

4/5/2015 - Kenya’s Garissa students thought a poster warning of an imminent terrorist attack was an April Fools’ prank

4/4/2015 - Globalization in a nutshell: A pharmacy in Paris is a Korean tourist attraction

4/4/2015 - How Norway lost control of its own secret $500 million Arctic naval base

4/4/2015 - Chelsea Manning is tweeting from her maximum-security military prison

4/4/2015 - This shapeshifting frog can morph from smooth to spiny in seconds

4/4/2015 - An emoji for Spock’s “Live Long and Prosper” sign is coming to Apple devices

4/4/2015 - American cities are designed for cars—which makes life worse for everyone

4/4/2015 - After exercise, fast food helps you recover just as well as sports supplements

4/3/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Al-Shabaab’s message, bird morticians, automated journalism, virtual Everest

4/3/2015 - The Chinese stock market gold rush continued this week

4/3/2015 - Executives should take management tips from the man who just ran Nigeria’s complicated elections

4/3/2015 - Aztec human sacrifice was a bloody, fascinating mess

4/3/2015 - Counterfeit watches and jewelry are the new counterfeit handbags

4/3/2015 - Chris Rock’s police-stop selfies are a powerful statement on racial stereotypes

4/3/2015 - In France, you can now be jailed for employing extremely thin models

4/3/2015 - Watch the stunning mid-air acrobatics of a hummingbird in a wind tunnel

4/3/2015 - The painter who remixes classical European art with black urban youth

4/3/2015 - The 10 most important economic charts of the week

4/3/2015 - People just aren’t eating shark like they used to—and that’s a good thing

4/3/2015 - Londoners will share their newest swimming pool with plants and animals

4/3/2015 - Photos: Jumping Japanese businessmen show their daughters how to defy stereotypes

4/3/2015 - It begins: the debates, debacles, and “Democats” out on the UK campaign trail

4/3/2015 - The iPad’s first five years, in five charts

4/3/2015 - Look who else is celebrating the Iranian nuke deal

4/3/2015 - The really important policy affecting the future of TV that no one is talking about

4/3/2015 - We’re live-charting the dismal US jobs report for March

4/3/2015 - Chinese corporate raiders are snapping up British companies

4/3/2015 - Scientists prove you can bounce a battery to test if it’s still good

4/3/2015 - Startup valuations are way up across the board

4/3/2015 - Here’s how much your old iPad is worth now

4/3/2015 - It’s time for lawyers in the US to do something about white privilege

4/3/2015 - Ebay has built a global market of sneakerheads worth more than $400 million

4/3/2015 - This is what the ideal learning environment looks like, according to science

4/3/2015 - How I discovered a coffee pot was making my patient sick

4/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Sealing the Iran deal, China’s official takedown, Fiat’s Jeep fine, Snoop Dogg’s cop selfie

4/3/2015 - Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran puts the world’s safety at risk

4/3/2015 - The more babies are exposed to pollution, the more likely they are to be autistic

4/3/2015 - The winners of last night’s UK pre-election debate were women from Scotland and Wales

4/3/2015 - How Salman Rushdie dealt with writer’s block—and other little-known facts

4/3/2015 - Ordinary Nigerians saved Africa’s largest democracy from descending into voter mayhem

4/3/2015 - Here are nine ways to deal with Delhi’s air pollution—but you may not be able to afford any of them

4/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Iran nuclear deal, Germanwings 2nd black box, Xiaomi’s wristband payments, Snoop Dogg cop selfies

4/3/2015 - China’s former security chief is charged with corruption and leaking state secrets

4/2/2015 - Iranians are celebrating a nuclear deal that could end decades of crippling sanctions

4/2/2015 - Kenya may have downplayed the threat of Al-Shabaab to protect its tourism industry

4/2/2015 - Netflix is reportedly developing a “Full House” reunion series

4/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Iran’s nuclear strides, the second Germanwings black box, Apple spars with Europe, Indian business wives

4/2/2015 - The Meerkat-Periscope live-streaming race is neck-and-neck after a crazy week

4/2/2015 - Ways to fix Russia’s economy

4/2/2015 - Why terrorists target schools and universities

4/2/2015 - 11 points about Tidal, Apple, Beyonce, and the future of streaming music

4/2/2015 - Iran could become a second Saudi Arabia if sanctions are lifted

4/2/2015 - Iran has blinked, bringing negotiators to a preliminary agreement on a nuclear deal

4/2/2015 - Stanford’s free tuition benefits less than .02% of American college students

4/2/2015 - There will be as many Muslims in the world as Christians by 2050

4/2/2015 - Google’s Waze now calculates your wait time in traffic

4/2/2015 - In the UK, televised pre-election debates are a strange new phenomenon

4/2/2015 - Americans are less thirsty for Scotch these days

4/2/2015 - These are all the countries where the US has a military presence

4/2/2015 - Another perplexing detail emerges in the beepocalypse mystery

4/2/2015 - Doctor Who is now on BitTorrent—and it’s totally legal

4/2/2015 - Some of Europe’s sickliest economies are getting a “Game of Thrones” tourism boost

4/2/2015 - A monotonous diet isn’t just boring, it’s dangerous

4/2/2015 - Ignore the first quarter, the US economy is fine

4/2/2015 - Half of US workers have left a job because they hated their boss

4/2/2015 - India’s unsexy state-made condoms are being sexed up without eroticism

4/2/2015 - Europe may be about to slap antitrust charges on Google

4/2/2015 - The Maldives is a tropical human-rights hell

4/2/2015 - Why Airbnb has the perfect business model for Cuba

4/2/2015 - Google fixed a vulnerability that allowed any YouTube user to delete any video

4/2/2015 - Parents aren’t the only ones to blame for kids playing violent video games

4/2/2015 - How one California farmer is battling the worst drought in 1,200 years

4/2/2015 - The right headphones can train your brain to be calm

4/2/2015 - Cuba’s true, capitalist spirit can be found in its charming version of Craigslist

4/2/2015 - Nike patented a device resembling a boombox to analyze your golf swing

4/2/2015 - If Californians want to really conserve water, they should cut down on coffee, rice, and beef

4/2/2015 - India is slowly killing its death row prisoners without actually hanging them

4/2/2015 - A search engine could become the first true artificial intelligence

4/2/2015 - As HBO embraces the future of TV, its ethos remains the same: content is king

4/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Kenya university attack, EU vs. Google, Vietnam sneaker strike, India’s bovine mugshots

4/2/2015 - Americans are some of the biggest water guzzlers on the planet

4/2/2015 - Masked gunmen kill 147 in an attack on a university in northeastern Kenya, officials say

4/2/2015 - For better US-Iran relations, the Iranian people are the key

4/2/2015 - A brown woman with a white man brings out the worst in Indians

4/2/2015 - Mission impossible: Finding just one woman director for Indian boardrooms

4/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—California water restrictions, GoDaddy IPO pops, McDonald’s salary bump, bovine mugshots

4/1/2015 - Facebook has a new app for creating collaborative videos, and the advertising potential is huge

4/1/2015 - The California government is restricting water use for the first time in history

4/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—GoDaddy popped, California parched, Iran talks redux, bovine mugshots

4/1/2015 - Walmart’s remarkable gay rights journey

4/1/2015 - Culture and engagement: The naked organization

4/1/2015 - HBO will launch on Sling TV in time for the “Game of Thrones” premiere

4/1/2015 - The number of countries performing executions has nearly halved in two decades

4/1/2015 - Could Periscope solve Twitter’s biggest problem?

4/1/2015 - European stocks had a giddy first quarter

4/1/2015 - All of fashion’s best April Fool jokes from today

4/1/2015 - Boycotting Indiana won’t fix America’s discrimination problem

4/1/2015 - Chanel finally admits that its future includes e-commerce

4/1/2015 - Study: Children allowed to sip alcohol risk becoming early drinkers

4/1/2015 - The day Europe’s radical conservatives convened to plot the new world order

4/1/2015 - Why Latin American basket-case economies have some of the best-performing stock markets on earth

4/1/2015 - Nigeria is celebrating its first peaceful transition of power with a big market rally

4/1/2015 - Infographic: A look under the hood of Uber

4/1/2015 - On sanctions relief, Russia and China are on Iran’s side

4/1/2015 - Five steps that can save India’s trains

4/1/2015 - A fed-up Obama has declared a “national emergency” for cyberattacks in the US

4/1/2015 - One in five American adults uses the internet only on smartphones

4/1/2015 - Russian celebrities are dumping kefir on their heads for charity

4/1/2015 - Photos of the Philippines-bound super typhoon taken from space

4/1/2015 - On April Fool’s Day, watch out for these classic hoaxes

4/1/2015 - Gaza and Yemen: why the double standard?

4/1/2015 - Larry Summers, Paul Krugman, and assorted critics respond to Ben Bernanke’s blog

4/1/2015 - Transportation safety: A paradigm shift

4/1/2015 - These are the iconic American movies that influenced “Mad Men”

4/1/2015 - The world’s first offshore wind fund is in the UK, and money is pouring in

4/1/2015 - The biggest source of plastic trash you’ve never heard of

4/1/2015 - Say a little prayer for IPOs—because Modi’s magic hasn’t worked on them

4/1/2015 - Apple’s biggest achievement may turn out to be the machines that make its machines

4/1/2015 - Go ahead and Facebook your kids’ lives—they’ll thank you for it later

4/1/2015 - In Cuba they use condoms when rubber bands are short in supply

4/1/2015 - To save the bees, an artist is painting gorgeous swarms of them

4/1/2015 - Sotheby’s is finally putting its art up for auction on eBay

4/1/2015 - Online bespoke menswear has gone mainstream

4/1/2015 - These intricately sculpted ice cubes weren’t 3D printed—they were 3D subtracted

4/1/2015 - The UK is offering tax breaks to video games that pass a British “cultural test”

4/1/2015 - How to fake your own book deal and get away with it

4/1/2015 - Three charts that explain why you should leave Delhi right now

4/1/2015 - Quartz hires AI-powered tech reporter Marvin Prime to publish disruptive insights

4/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Buhari wins Nigeria, Palestine joins the ICC, GoDaddy’s IPO, ants in space

4/1/2015 - How a man whose name is not Ambani became the richest Indian