2/28/2015 - Narendra Modi just cracked India’s economy open a tiny bit more

2/28/2015 - After 50 years, Warren Buffett is suddenly shifting his target metric

2/28/2015 - Scientists might make Pluto a planet again, if they can decide what a planet even is

2/28/2015 - The world’s craziest financial contract allowed people to go back in time and invest in the future

2/28/2015 - The two numbers that really matter in Narendra Modi’s first full budget

2/28/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Dress, the Great Firewall, political assassinations, desert jeep rallies

2/28/2015 - Hot chocolate has been prescribed to cure everything from infertility to bad teeth

2/28/2015 - Here’s what India Inc. has to gain from Narendra Modi’s budget

2/28/2015 - Here comes Swatch’s defense against the Apple Watch

2/28/2015 - What net neutrality and that dress have in common: They’re what the internet was meant to be

2/28/2015 - Photos: One of Ukraine’s most nationalistic cities has become a refuge for nearly 2,000 Muslims

2/28/2015 - Kids dress up as the African American leaders you won’t hear about this Black History Month

2/28/2015 - The surprising FIFA decision that infuriated ESPN

2/28/2015 - Elegant design solutions to save your food from languishing in the fridge

2/28/2015 - This woman braved the catcalls to protest street harassment—in Afghanistan

2/28/2015 - Join India’s smartest graduate students and annotate Modi’s 46-page budget

2/28/2015 - The stock markets have delivered a verdict against Narendra Modi’s big budget

2/28/2015 - India’s finance minister has delivered two budgets—both in colours of #TheDress

2/28/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Dress, the Great Firewall, political assassinations, desert jeep rallies

2/28/2015 - Here’s what a two-time Indian finance minister wants from Arun Jaitley’s big budget

2/27/2015 - India Inc. fears that Modi’s marketing machine may be getting ahead of itself

2/27/2015 - Every Indian budget begins with a dish of halwa—and a few other quirks

2/27/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Dress, the Great Firewall, political assassinations, desert jeep rallies

2/27/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Dress, the Great Firewall, political assassinations, desert jeep rallies

2/27/2015 - Modi has one job: Get India’s lazy tiger of an economy to roar

2/27/2015 - Boris Nemtsov’s murder resembles past Russian contract hits

2/27/2015 - The oil patch rig count is down, but only technically speaking

2/27/2015 - Inside Google’s plans for its shiny new headquarters

2/27/2015 - The wisdom of Leonard Nimoy

2/27/2015 - Tim Cook confirms the Apple Watch battery will last a whole day

2/27/2015 - Leonard Nimoy showed Hollywood he was much more than Spock

2/27/2015 - Analysts say Americans love sweatpants too much for athleisure to go away

2/27/2015 - The 11 most important economic charts of the week

2/27/2015 - Barnes & Noble’s college bookstores division can run, but it can’t hide from Amazon

2/27/2015 - The history behind Leonard Nimoy’s Vulcan salute

2/27/2015 - Use this slider to see The Dress change colors before your very eyes

2/27/2015 - Did Argentina’s president have a hand in a prosecutor’s death? We’ll never really know

2/27/2015 - Watch this grouper stalking and destroying a lionfish

2/27/2015 - The ethical blindness of algorithms

2/27/2015 - Our obsession with sharing photos is encouraging ISIL’s cultural terrorism

2/27/2015 - T-Mobile’s John Legere gave a presentation to his German overlords. What could possibly go wrong?

2/27/2015 - 1,500 applied for that penguin post office job in Antarctica

2/27/2015 - Google changes course and won’t ban adult content on Blogger

2/27/2015 - The UK plans to lead the globe in Islamic finance

2/27/2015 - Google just spent $25 million to buy a seal of authenticity for app websites

2/27/2015 - The saga of Derrick Rose’s meniscus: selling Chicago sports with sadness

2/27/2015 - Harrison Ford will star in the sequel to “Blade Runner”

2/27/2015 - Slower US growth in the fourth quarter is actually a really good sign

2/27/2015 - A 3D printing startup backed by Carmelo Anthony wants to banish shoe sizes

2/27/2015 - An algorithm can help you shop the entire wardrobe from “House of Cards”

2/27/2015 - Eating disorders are about science, not vanity

2/27/2015 - Double-digit growth is coming to India, but its chief economist is still puzzled

2/27/2015 - It’s time to order furniture for your micro apartment

2/27/2015 - Asian-American families are closing the racial wealth gap the fastest

2/27/2015 - Tencent’s employees queue for hours to receive “red envelopes” containing as little as $1.60

2/27/2015 - Priceline and Expedia are spending more and more to get you to book a hotel room

2/27/2015 - NASA satellites show rain in detail like never before

2/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Athens bailout protests, Apple’s patent woes, Alipay’s IPO plans, dress color schism

2/27/2015 - Low oil prices are hitting the UK where it hurts: the North Sea

2/27/2015 - Doctors know they can’t change anti-vaxxers’ minds—but they can refuse to treat their kids

2/27/2015 - “There’s no such thing as an accidental repost:” likes and retweets Russia has used to prosecute activists

2/27/2015 - I have seen the future of search, and it isn’t Google

2/27/2015 - This dress of disputed colors is driving China crazy, too

2/27/2015 - Is Britain still a foreign policy power?

2/27/2015 - How this budget must make Modi’s “Make in India” possible

2/27/2015 - Hey Moschino, TLC called and they want their clothes back

2/27/2015 - Chinese speakers use more of their brain than English speakers

2/27/2015 - KFC’s edible coffee cups will also include infused scents of “freshly cut grass”

2/27/2015 - The only thing Arun Jaitley needs to do in this budget: spend, spend, spend

2/27/2015 - People in Delhi don’t feel safe staying out late—and it’s hard to blame them

2/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US net neutrality, German’s Greece vote, Fitbit M&A activity, dress color controversy

2/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—US net neutrality, German’s Greece vote, Fitbit M&A activity, dress color controversy

2/27/2015 - Google’s latest, fascinating bet on the future of music is called Kobalt

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—America’s net neutrality, ISIL’s ‘Jihadi John’, weak American satire, Indian food revelations

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—America’s net neutrality, ISIL’s ‘Jihadi John’, weak American satire, Indian food revelations

2/26/2015 - Interactive graphic: The top 10 causes of workplace injuries

2/26/2015 - Warming oceans have flooded California with starving sea lion pups

2/26/2015 - Eat your heart out, Europe: the Germans have never felt better!

2/26/2015 - Facebook is expanding its suicide prevention feature

2/26/2015 - Apple has announced an event for March 9—here’s what to expect

2/26/2015 - America’s trading desks are imploding

2/26/2015 - Scientists now know why global warming has slowed down and it’s not good news for us

2/26/2015 - What America’s historic net neutrality rules mean in plain English

2/26/2015 - Actavis has quietly made stock market history

2/26/2015 - The mythic Hyperloop takes an actual step toward becoming real

2/26/2015 - The chart that puts the lie to cable companies’ claims that net neutrality will clobber them

2/26/2015 - Did Abercrombie violate religious freedom protections in failing to ask a job applicant about her hijab?

2/26/2015 - After a year of turmoil, Putin’s power, charted

2/26/2015 - Economics papers have been getting a whole lot math-ier

2/26/2015 - Exactly why Xiaomi’s new Mi Note is “the best phone you can’t get in America”

2/26/2015 - Solitary confinement is state-sanctioned torture, and it’s putting everyone at risk

2/26/2015 - 12 essential things to see in Shanghai

2/26/2015 - Half of US households could have Amazon Prime by 2020

2/26/2015 - Hollywood’s next big opportunity: Millennial moms

2/26/2015 - Stressed? It’s not how much you do, it’s how you do it

2/26/2015 - Regulator warns that hacking could set off a bank run—or worse

2/26/2015 - India’s off-grid, rural mobile towers are creating new businesses—and lighting up homes

2/26/2015 - Obama’s latest immigration tinkering targets guest-worker spouses caught in limbo

2/26/2015 - The sun is setting on Britain’s banking empires

2/26/2015 - The Eiffel Tower is now the loveliest electrical generator in the world

2/26/2015 - Azerbaijan is transforming into a mini-Russia

2/26/2015 - The US has fallen into deflation for the first time since the Great Recession

2/26/2015 - The dark secret of America’s wood floor fetish: endangered Siberian tigers

2/26/2015 - Details from the life of “Jihadi John” are mundane and also horrifying

2/26/2015 - Communist Vietnam just adores global capitalism—and it’s easy to see why

2/26/2015 - China’s Great Firewall is demolishing foreign websites—and nobody knows why

2/26/2015 - Adobe saved Photoshop by ditching boxes for the cloud

2/26/2015 - 700,000 people in the UK have jobs that guarantee no work or pay

2/26/2015 - How one of the world’s largest railways is using technology to reinvent itself

2/26/2015 - It’s getting better to be the little guy in US banking

2/26/2015 - Proof that one simple piece can make a wardrobe

2/26/2015 - The verdict on India’s railway budget is out: Suresh Prabhu has kept it real

2/26/2015 - I teach early childhood education, and I know that testing hurts kids more than it helps

2/26/2015 - Italians don’t think it’s “cool” when their navy speaks English

2/26/2015 - Even the best cover letter isn’t as good as a two minute conversation

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—UK banks in disarray, US net neutrality, decriminalizing adultery, Vatican B-school

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—UK banks in disarray, US net neutrality, decriminalizing adultery, Vatican B-school

2/26/2015 - An Afghan refugee made famous by a 1984 National Geographic cover is once more at the center of a political firestorm

2/26/2015 - Brazil has more freshwater than any other country, but its biggest city is running dry

2/26/2015 - What women know about Obamacare that men don’t

2/26/2015 - From clean toilets to designer bed linen, what Suresh Prabhu promised in his first rail budget

2/26/2015 - South Korea has finally stopped imprisoning adulterers

2/26/2015 - There’s a good chance the Guardian’s next editor-in-chief will be a woman

2/26/2015 - More than half the patent applications in Europe last year came from the US, China, and Japan

2/26/2015 - Turkish men are cross-dressing for women’s rights and their president is mocking them

2/26/2015 - Narendra Modi plans to spend Rs8.5 lakh crore to rebuild India’s railways by 2019

2/26/2015 - China is publishing the emotional “confession diaries” of corrupt officials

2/26/2015 - Ukrainians don’t trust the government they fought for

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Net neutrality vote, Qantas soars, Morgan Stanley atones, genetic savings traits

2/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Net neutrality vote, Qantas soars, Morgan Stanley atones, genetic savings traits

2/26/2015 - Just in time for the Indian budget: The real definition of free markets

2/26/2015 - The only seven charts you need to see as Suresh Prabhu presents India’s rail budget

2/25/2015 - It’s official—China is blacklisting Apple, Cisco, and other US tech companies

2/25/2015 - The long history of China’s obsession with numbered policies

2/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—India’s railway budget, net neutrality, negative on Netanyahu, viral colors

2/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—India’s railway budget, net neutrality, negative on Netanyahu, viral colors

2/25/2015 - How the military will fight ISIS on the Dark Web

2/25/2015 - Three Al Jazeera journalists are reportedly in custody for flying a drone in Paris, where drones overhead have the city on edge

2/25/2015 - NASA video shows how massive amounts of dust travel from the Sahara to the Amazon

2/25/2015 - Volunteering makes you feel good—but Americans are doing less and less of it

2/25/2015 - This is the fastest wireless network in the world—but you can’t use it yet

2/25/2015 - Gucci’s gawky new look is barely recognizable, compared to its sleek past

2/25/2015 - What happens if Congress shuts down Homeland Security?

2/25/2015 - Scientists have measured the impact of greenhouse gas on the Earth’s surface, and their findings are not good news

2/25/2015 - Space diplomacy: Russia commits to the International Space Station through 2024

2/25/2015 - The US Supreme Court has affirmed that fish are not an information-storage device

2/25/2015 - You don’t have to take the LSAT to be a lawyer anymore

2/25/2015 - Your genes help determine how much money you save

2/25/2015 - ESPN is almost as dominant on the internet as it is on cable

2/25/2015 - NASA is auctioning off the first space selfie and a trove of other incredible photos

2/25/2015 - Lego is leaving Barbie and the Transformers in the dust

2/25/2015 - In England, 23% fewer young adults own their own homes than 10 years ago

2/25/2015 - “Modern Family’s” Apple-centric episode is product integration at its best—and great TV

2/25/2015 - The best selling prescription drugs in the world last year

2/25/2015 - Photos: Inside the studio of the Michelangelo of Legos

2/25/2015 - The Keystone pipeline debate is missing a huge human cost: Indigenous rights

2/25/2015 - The dark side of America’s achievement culture

2/25/2015 - Traditional, slow cricket is dying in England. Will making it faster save the game?

2/25/2015 - It’s not easy being young, black, and vegan

2/25/2015 - How to play the strong pound to get the most out of holiday travel this year

2/25/2015 - Soon American highways could be overrun with self-driving trucks

2/25/2015 - Once a pioneer, Google’s now playing catch-up to Apple in mobile payments

2/25/2015 - Tesla’s forgotten co-founder wants to electrify America’s garbage trucks

2/25/2015 - Facebook is starting to rival Google’s online ad dominance

2/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Apple’s patent setback, HSBC’s parliamentary grilling, Chicago’s mayoral run-off, sheep-eating plants

2/25/2015 - Abercrombie & Fitch’s problematic dress code goes all the way to the Supreme Court today

2/25/2015 - Forget CFOs, corporations are counting on climate specialists to save them billions

2/25/2015 - Snapdeal has just been taken to court for selling vibrators

2/25/2015 - Indonesia’s looming executions add to a growing death penalty toll in Asia

2/25/2015 - Hong Kong can thank mainland China for some of the city’s $8 billion budget surplus

2/25/2015 - The EU stands by as thousands of migrants drown in the Mediterranean

2/25/2015 - Shark-shaped mittens attacked the runway at London Fashion Week

2/25/2015 - Quartz deciphers Europe’s jargon-laden plans for Greece so you don’t have to

2/25/2015 - A fear of losing their virginity keeps Indian women from using tampons

2/25/2015 - Hungry kya? Domino’s will now deliver pizza on Indian trains

2/25/2015 - Narendra Modi needs to see these three charts—and turn the charm on India Inc.

2/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—HSBC’s parliamentary grilling, HP’s pre-breakup blues, Chicago’s “black site,” sheep-eating plants

2/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—HSBC’s parliamentary grilling, HP’s pre-breakup blues, Chicago’s “black site,” sheep-eating plants

2/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Motorola’s big reveal, HSBC in hot water, Greece’s reprieve, desert parties

2/24/2015 - Apple’s grand ambitions for the Apple Watch are suddenly clearer

2/24/2015 - Experts: “Nightmare octopus” in terrifying viral video was just being a normal octopus

2/24/2015 - Study: We won’t fare well in the robot-controlled future

2/24/2015 - LinkedIn will refund its premium users a dollar each for putting their passwords at risk

2/24/2015 - Russia’s scared neighbors are beefing up their security

2/24/2015 - In a robot world, Goldman Sachs lists “human error” as new risk factor

2/24/2015 - Proof you have no idea what a good price for your flight is

2/24/2015 - Another US state legalizes weed, and everyone forgets that weed is still mostly illegal in the US

2/24/2015 - Forget FedEx and UPS—Waffle House it

2/24/2015 - Adidas tried to hand out Porsches to NFL prospects, but had to settle for giving $100,000 instead

2/24/2015 - Why Facebook is obsessed with hacking internal productivity tools

2/24/2015 - Netflix adds Pee-wee Herman to its growing list of revivals

2/24/2015 - A banished member of Kazakhstan royalty has died by apparent suicide

2/24/2015 - How the success of vaccines gave rise to anti-vaxxers

2/24/2015 - Watch this smart watch make millions in real time

2/24/2015 - FIFA, outraging fans, stupidly suggests moving the Qatar World Cup to winter

2/24/2015 - US banks made slightly smaller gigantic profits last year

2/24/2015 - During World War II, the Red Cross refused to accept blood from black donors

2/24/2015 - Atul Gawande: Healthcare is massively better today because of doctors, not technology

2/24/2015 - JP Morgan says size doesn’t matter

2/24/2015 - Ted Cruz is wrong: Internet regulation is not like Obamacare

2/24/2015 - American business needs the Green Berets

2/24/2015 - All girls, all Zeppelin: when a tribute band outdoes the original

2/24/2015 - Whole Foods finally got cheaper and it’s working

2/24/2015 - Comcast is about to have more customers for internet than TV

2/24/2015 - All the ways Mayweather-Pacquiao will be the biggest boxing match ever

2/24/2015 - Google will ban adult content on its blogging platform

2/24/2015 - Asians are not impressed with Apple’s “diverse” yellow emoji

2/24/2015 - Why Bollywood and the rest of India’s film industry hate the budget

2/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greeks bearing reforms, Euro zone deflation, Obama’s Keystone veto, kosher marijuana

2/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Greeks bearing reforms, Euro zone deflation, Obama’s Keystone veto, kosher marijuana

2/24/2015 - Samsung loses its grip on India’s shrinking tablet market

2/24/2015 - A Chinese freight train just carried Christmas toys and olive oil over a 2,000-year-old trade route

2/24/2015 - Meet the real creator of Monopoly, an unmarried left-wing stenographer

2/24/2015 - ISIS is proof of the failed “war on terror”

2/24/2015 - New VAT tax rules are making a mess out of online retail in Europe

2/24/2015 - Some mainland Chinese tourists have “given up” on post-umbrella Hong Kong

2/24/2015 - These are Narendra Modi’s priorities for fixing India’s coal sector

2/24/2015 - HSBC’s CEO just suggested the bank may be too big to manage

2/24/2015 - That part of the India-Pakistan border that’s all beer and gunshots of joy

2/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greece’s misssed deadline, BHP Billiton’s profit, Singapore’s redistribution, Wi-Fi-sniffing drones

2/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Greece’s misssed deadline, BHP Billiton’s profit, Singapore’s redistribution, Wi-Fi-sniffing drones

2/24/2015 - Five taxes India’s finance minister will probably tinker with this budget

2/23/2015 - Will Hollywood’s white allies please stand up?

2/23/2015 - Ridesharing goes to the moon (literally)

2/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek homework, Honda handover, Yellen’s hints, happy Alaskans

2/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Greek homework, Honda handover, Yellen’s hints, happy Alaskans

2/23/2015 - Apple brings some diversity to its emoji

2/23/2015 - Big media should want a piece of baseball’s best business

2/23/2015 - The architectural theory that’s killing personal space at the office

2/23/2015 - Here’s another smartwatch the Apple Watch is probably going to steam past

2/23/2015 - Acidic oceans are threatening shellfish around US coasts

2/23/2015 - A ticket to Disney World now costs more than $100

2/23/2015 - Why it’s un-American to get rid of AP US history class

2/23/2015 - Ranked: The salary bump you can expect from a graduate degree, by major

2/23/2015 - Privacy researchers have come up with a new, unbelievably creative way to track your phone’s location

2/23/2015 - The endless war between slave and master…ants

2/23/2015 - Watch the invisible patterns of sea cargo cover the earth

2/23/2015 - In the near future, your face will be your ID

2/23/2015 - The stats backing John Legend’s slavery comparison at the Oscars

2/23/2015 - Does somebody actually want to buy the Discovery Channel?

2/23/2015 - Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s business skills are as good as his boxing

2/23/2015 - Let’s not kid ourselves: Arab armies are not going to defeat ISIL

2/23/2015 - Patricia Arquette nails it at the Oscars: “All women deserve equal pay”

2/23/2015 - Apple needs to look to Tesla and Carlos Ghosn if it really wants to build a car

2/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—HSBC’s profit plunge, Greek reform due, Oscar rundown, speed TV

2/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—HSBC’s profit plunge, Greek reform due, Oscar rundown, speed TV

2/23/2015 - The 2015 Oscars were the most politically charged in years

2/23/2015 - Wiki Wars: Inside the increasingly nasty battle for Wikipedia’s soul

2/23/2015 - Benedict Evans wants you to know that Google is a tiny company

2/23/2015 - How to prepare for this increasingly common but extremely personal interview question

2/23/2015 - An Indian-owned company just won an Oscar for Interstellar’s incredible special effects

2/23/2015 - Six ways to combat the female brain drain at Indian companies

2/23/2015 - Can strongman Buhari mend a broken Nigeria?

2/23/2015 - Oscar winners paid tribute to Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement

2/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek reform, US port strike ends, Oscar rundown, speed TV

2/23/2015 - Can India’s Spotify for Bollywood music keep on playing?

2/22/2015 - How Royal Enfield won over the Indian motorcyclist—and now looks unstoppable

2/22/2015 - Who won what? The Oscars 2015 rundown.

2/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek reform, HSBC in the hot seat, Mall terror, “Humane” executions

2/22/2015 - Want to win an Oscar? Here are the roles most likely to snag a statue

2/22/2015 - Sexist questions on the Oscars red carpet are driven by dollars

2/22/2015 - The graphic designer behind Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

2/22/2015 - Here’s how to stop looking at your phone every five seconds

2/22/2015 - All the ways America has chosen to execute people since 1776

2/22/2015 - Why we didn’t vaccinate our child

2/22/2015 - Seven lessons for writers, from Scottish poet Kathleen Jamie

2/21/2015 - Millennials love this newfangled photo technology called film

2/21/2015 - #win! Matteo Renzi’s first year as Italy’s prime minister was great—on Twitter

2/21/2015 - The Ukrainian city that’s become a haven for Jews fleeing another European war

2/21/2015 - Psychedelia and sci-fi detectives: the pop cultural ephemera of New York Fashion Week

2/21/2015 - This year’s Oscars prove only white actors get to be ordinary

2/21/2015 - China’s island-building spree is about more than just military might

2/21/2015 - A row in South Africa highlights ANC’s ebb

2/21/2015 - Bolivia’s “spaceship architecture” showcases the new wealth of indigenous people

2/21/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Automobiles redux, the biotech bubble, Muslim modernity, sewage love

2/21/2015 - India’s toxic air is taking away three years from your life

2/21/2015 - The fall of Brian Williams reveals our shallow support for American troops

2/21/2015 - New York Fashion Week wasn’t all-American, and that’s what made it so American

2/21/2015 - How motorcycle cabbies keep the peace in Rwanda

2/21/2015 - The future of the car may be here, but the future of the car business is another question

2/21/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Automobiles redux, the biotech bubble, Muslim modernity, sewage love

2/20/2015 - Massive fire breaks out in Dubai’s Marina Torch, one of the world’s tallest residential buildings

2/20/2015 - Marissa Mayer is confident that Yahoo is finally catching up in mobile

2/20/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Automobiles redux, the biotech bubble, Muslim modernity, sewage love

2/20/2015 - The markets clearly liked the look of Italy—yes, Italy—this week

2/20/2015 - Europe has “rebooted” its Greek rescue for four more months

2/20/2015 - Nine economic charts that mattered this week

2/20/2015 - A Chinese investor is bringing back JNCOs

2/20/2015 - How American and British spies hacked the world’s largest SIM-card-maker

2/20/2015 - Sea creatures will get bigger and bigger—if we don’t eat them first

2/20/2015 - Ralph Lauren’s nephew put Americana through a blender, and this is what came out

2/20/2015 - How female executives can strengthen their networks

2/20/2015 - The “never-ending support system” for female executives

2/20/2015 - Everything you need to know about space probes in one beautiful website

2/20/2015 - Are Bill O’Reilly’s misrepresentations of his reporting experience the same as Brian Williams’?

2/20/2015 - Much of the US is experiencing below-average snowfall

2/20/2015 - The New York Times could be worth $19 billion instead of $2 billion

2/20/2015 - A day-by-day, chart-by-chart account of Greece’s crazy week

2/20/2015 - This is the first look at a live-action Aquaman

2/20/2015 - It’s everyone’s duty to imagine a better future for Muslims–and for America

2/20/2015 - The UK now imports almost half its energy, more than at any time in history

2/20/2015 - No, Starbucks’ Chai Tea Latte is not real chai

2/20/2015 - Fashion at its best is an art that creates a powerful personal connection

2/20/2015 - Hong Kong is marking the new year with a surge of rage against mainland shoppers

2/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greece’s extension plea, SIM cards hacked, Apple car accelerates, speeded-up reruns

2/20/2015 - Dear Indian dog owners, Saint Bernards and Huskies do not belong in Delhi or Mumbai

2/20/2015 - It takes 8,700 volunteers to measure the snowfall in the US

2/20/2015 - Want to manage your time successfully? Use this simple Google investment trick

2/20/2015 - The seven homegrown firms fighting over India’s $620 billion defence market

2/20/2015 - Do you love coffee? You should probably be drinking even more

2/20/2015 - There’s a Muslim baby boom in the UK and it’s going to hit the ballot box

2/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Wal-Mart’s raised wages, Ukraine’s failing ceasefire, Greece’s extension plea, Kim Jong-un’s haircut

2/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Wal-Mart’s raised wages, Ukraine’s failing ceasefire, Greece’s extension plea, Kim Jong-un’s haircut

2/20/2015 - What India 2.0 shouldn’t disrupt: Your dad’s stodgy business ideas

2/20/2015 - A US port slowdown is disrupting Chinese New Year on both sides of the Pacific

2/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Iran’s nuclear talks, Wal-Mart’s wages, Ukraine’s ceasefire, Kim Jong Un’s haircut

2/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Iran’s nuclear talks, Wal-Mart’s wages, Ukraine’s ceasefire, Kim Jong Un’s haircut

2/19/2015 - What’s Apple Worth More Than?

2/19/2015 - Qualcomm’s latest smartphone chips keep it ahead of the pack

2/19/2015 - Happy lunar new year! But is it the year of the sheep or something else?

2/19/2015 - A hack to track everywhere you’ve been without using Foursquare

2/19/2015 - Elon Musk wants to spend a “staggering” amount of shareholders’ money at Tesla

2/19/2015 - This beautiful wood and aluminum bike is made in part from 3-D printing

2/19/2015 - Video: Jimmy Kimmel perfectly captures the absurdity of runway fashion

2/19/2015 - Here’s where Apple is poaching its electric car team from

2/19/2015 - See the Virginia home Jackie O designed for JFK

2/19/2015 - The global economy may be about to get a lift from Japan, of all places

2/19/2015 - The UK is planning a windfarm the size of Puerto Rico in the middle of the North Sea

2/19/2015 - Walmart finally decided to give its workers a raise

2/19/2015 - On African mobile phones there’s social networking, and then there’s everything else

2/19/2015 - Joy Division’s iconic album cover is actually based on a student’s chart from the 1970s

2/19/2015 - Survey: Americans care more about kids being good communicators than mathematicians

2/19/2015 - America’s cold snap, in epic pictures

2/19/2015 - Why you should boycott the Dominican Republic

2/19/2015 - Why cars will soon be the most connected devices in our lives

2/19/2015 - Delta’s CEO works in a 9/11 reference while blaming Gulf airlines for his troubles

2/19/2015 - The awesome Instagrammed concept art that nabbed the “District 9” director the new “Alien” movie

2/19/2015 - The future is this one-click remote for everything in your life

2/19/2015 - Charted: Pet deaths and injuries on US airlines last year

2/19/2015 - Mapped: These are the quietest spots in America

2/19/2015 - Sony is finally turning things around—or at least the markets think it is

2/19/2015 - Vice Media’s CEO blew $300,000 on dinner, and a Vegas casino boss blabbed about it

2/19/2015 - Critics and audiences often see Oscar best-picture nominees very differently

2/19/2015 - Apple has a patent for a virtual reality headset, but that’s one device the company is unlikely to sell you

2/19/2015 - A wedding gown designer gave the Ebola hazmat suit a makeover

2/19/2015 - Indian workers, treated like slaves in the US, just won a $14 million lawsuit

2/19/2015 - Forget the tech bubble. It’s the biotech bubble you should worry about

2/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Air France’s cuts, Walmart’s results, Apple’s car batteries, Vice’s Vegas splurge

2/19/2015 - Meet the woman trying to keep Egypt accountable despite torture, shaming, and a life sentence

2/19/2015 - To fix Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro must go

2/19/2015 - Italians really, really need to make more bambinos

2/19/2015 - Here’s why hedge funds will never be able to hold debtor countries hostage again

2/19/2015 - Most rural Indian doctors don’t even know how to treat diarrhoea

2/19/2015 - Indonesia is sinking illegal fishing boats in dramatic fashion—and may be killing fish in the process

2/19/2015 - For a small fee, this company clones everything from WhatsApp to Facebook

2/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Apple’s car batteries, Uber’s extra billion, ISIL’s organ farming, Vice’s Vegas splurge

2/19/2015 - How a refugee’s son from a small Indian town became Deloitte Global’s CEO

2/18/2015 - New Year’s fireworks transformed Beijing’s clear skies into a toxic haze

2/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greece’s terms, Caterpillar’s taxes, Jeb Bush, limpet teeth

2/18/2015 - Sorry, but those Mars volunteers are never getting off the ground

2/18/2015 - What you learn by comparing Snapchat to other companies worth $19 billion

2/18/2015 - Nike just increased its cool factor by teaming up with an awesome Japanese brand

2/18/2015 - Greece’s options

2/18/2015 - Canines and catwalks: The Westminster Dog Show meets New York Fashion Week

2/18/2015 - The slow death of the Boeing 747

2/18/2015 - This incredibly racist film was the first movie ever to screen at the White House

2/18/2015 - American student loan debt has surpassed the GDP of Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland combined

2/18/2015 - Elon Musk is designing a Tesla battery to power your home

2/18/2015 - Podcast: Can a 92 year-old inventor break the battery impasse and save the world?

2/18/2015 - Facebook is a private company, and it will censor if it wants to

2/18/2015 - How the US government rigs the deck for wealth inequality

2/18/2015 - How Nigeria became the world’s dual SIM-card superpower

2/18/2015 - Massive clouds erupted into Mars’ atmosphere and no one knows why

2/18/2015 - The strongest natural substance known to man is… sea-snail teeth

2/18/2015 - British soccer fans self-identified as racist while pushing a black man off a train

2/18/2015 - Anti-vaxxers shouldn’t use my autism to justify their bad choices

2/18/2015 - The caloric highs and lows of eating at Chipotle, McDonald’s, Panera, and Taco Bell

2/18/2015 - France wants to let shops open on Sundays—by any means necessary

2/18/2015 - What countries around the world tell women planning to visit India

2/18/2015 - Your fancy zippers are forcing Chinese laborers into mind-numbing drudgery

2/18/2015 - Hotel prices are down pretty much everywhere for Americans

2/18/2015 - Apple’s not-so-secret weapon in streaming music

2/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Switzerland raids HSBC, UK employment drops, Ukraine retreats, Boston snow madness

2/18/2015 - The skinny suit days for men are finally nearing their end

2/18/2015 - The mercury level in your tuna is rising

2/18/2015 - A Middle Eastern designer proves women’s fashion doesn’t have to be revealing to be sexy

2/18/2015 - Why America rallied behind an Indian grandfather but abandoned Ferguson

2/18/2015 - Toxic exposure could be causing a pandemic of brain disorders in kids

2/18/2015 - Just like Modi, Kejriwal is walking a fine line between environment and business

2/18/2015 - Chinese mothers are rushing to give birth before the year of the sheep begins

2/18/2015 - Beijing has turned into a beautiful ghost town for Chinese New Year

2/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Snapchat’s $19B valuation, Buffett dumps Exxon, Ukraine truce crumbling, Boston snow madness

2/18/2015 - Now there is an app to measure Delhi’s deadly air—in real time

2/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—A plan for Libya, a climbdown for Greece, oil prices, midnight snacking

2/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—A plan for Libya, a climbdown for Greece, oil prices, midnight snacking

2/17/2015 - The US is painting a clearer picture of Hispanic and Asian unemployment

2/17/2015 - Carnegie Mellon fulfilled, then horribly crushed, the dreams of 800 budding computer scientists

2/17/2015 - Aung San Suu Kyi has gone silent on a major human-rights crisis in Myanmar

2/17/2015 - We can’t decide if the Greeks or their creditors are being more dangerously petulant

2/17/2015 - The simple reason why your airline points always get more valuable

2/17/2015 - Startup success is, to a great extent, about good timing

2/17/2015 - American millennials are behind most of their counterparts in some pretty basic skills

2/17/2015 - Study: Today’s potent pot is creating a higher risk of psychotic disorders

2/17/2015 - Scientists say all the world’s data can fit on a DNA hard drive the size of a teaspoon

2/17/2015 - Ukraine may be at war, but Bayern Munich is here and the show must go on

2/17/2015 - Oil’s luminaries think that we are witnessing merely another historical bust

2/17/2015 - 100 people will vie for the 24 spots on the one-way mission to Mars

2/17/2015 - Antarctica needs a postmaster: Must love penguins

2/17/2015 - How ambient computing is moving us toward intelligent systems

2/17/2015 - London’s housing market is cooling, but buyers aren’t feeling much relief

2/17/2015 - Racial disparities can be found even in our 401(k) accounts

2/17/2015 - At 69, Neil Young is the latest cool old person to become the face of a fashion label

2/17/2015 - Nike may let you design your next pair of shoes using virtual reality

2/17/2015 - China’s blockbuster taxi-app merger is likely to stand despite a 99% market share

2/17/2015 - The headaches Apple will face if it does build a self-driving car

2/17/2015 - Swiss watchmakers’ greatest fear isn’t the Apple Watch—it’s men wearing jewelry

2/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US cyberhacks exposed, Greece’s deal deadline, China’s housing bounce, Japan flip-phone love

2/17/2015 - What digital creatives need: less training, more practice

2/17/2015 - This is what the lives of Iranian women really look like

2/17/2015 - Two words explain how Infosys got its groove back: Outsider CEO

2/17/2015 - Interpol just nabbed one of the world’s most wanted wildlife traffickers

2/17/2015 - Every prominent Indian journalist is scrambling to find Act 2.0

2/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—US cyberhacks exposed, failed Greece talks, China’s housing bounce, Japan loves flip-phones

2/17/2015 - Indians are chocolate addicts but still suckers for tradition

2/16/2015 - Mike Bloomberg is in Delhi doing Indian things

2/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greece’s failed deal, Rolls-Royce and Petrobras, Britain in Chinese, Martin Luther toys

2/16/2015 - China’s Internet censors have a choral anthem and it’s everything you want it to be

2/16/2015 - At least we know what the Apple car won’t look like

2/16/2015 - Time is running out to save Greece, and the markets are spooked

2/16/2015 - The UK is giving its tourist sites Chinese names, and they sound like money

2/16/2015 - China is bragging that air pollution fell by 11% last year

2/16/2015 - India’s most famous journalist is turning entrepreneur

2/16/2015 - A new Google-powered website lets you compare every constitution in the world and write your own

2/16/2015 - Here is one runway accessory you won’t be wearing this autumn

2/16/2015 - Alibaba employees aren’t getting traditional envelopes of cash this Chinese New Year

2/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek crisis talks, US drone rules, Apple’s test drive, NSA valentines

2/16/2015 - The one thing you need to achieve any goal

2/16/2015 - In Estonia, life is good, maybe too good, for ethnic Russians

2/16/2015 - I fell in love at a sewage treatment plant

2/16/2015 - Indonesia wants to “preserve dignity” by stopping its export of maids

2/16/2015 - Merkel’s moment of power and partnership with America is right now

2/16/2015 - The India-Pakistan cricket match was perfect—picture perfect

2/16/2015 - Even Google thinks India is a great place to build startups

2/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Ukraine’s ceasefire holds, US drone rules, Apple’s test drive, NSA valentines

2/16/2015 - India’s finance minister must ditch the deficit and spend freely this coming budget

2/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Dubai World, euro zone vs. Greece, Copenhagen shooting, Merkel’s crisis tour

2/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Dubai World, euro zone vs. Greece, Copenhagen shooting, Merkel’s crisis tour

2/15/2015 - The FAA’s new drone rules are four years late and still don’t make sense

2/15/2015 - Cheap US gas means an extra $50 billion to spend on sweatpants and Oreos

2/15/2015 - Meet the designer who is taking K-pop fashion global

2/15/2015 - Why the Catholic Church is losing Latin America, and how it’s trying to get it back

2/15/2015 - The Copenhagen attacks have brought the free speech fight full circle

2/15/2015 - Goodbye to Michele Ferrero, the man who gave us Nutella

2/15/2015 - Angela Merkel’s crisis world tour, mapped and explained

2/15/2015 - Why coding is not the new literacy

2/15/2015 - Headlines that will inevitably be written about Comcast by the end of the year

2/14/2015 - These videos capture the intense sporting rivalry between India and Pakistan

2/14/2015 - One radical theory behind Apple’s sudden interest in cars

2/14/2015 - Apple CEO Tim Cook says privacy is a matter of “life and death”

2/14/2015 - Lorne Michaels is the most influential man in comedy

2/14/2015 - This giant, pulsating heart is a Valentine to New York City

2/14/2015 - We only have two years left to watch Usain Bolt, perhaps the greatest athlete ever

2/14/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The newsman’s integrity, Facebook v. the internet, the brain in your gut, Grexit for dummies

2/14/2015 - An epitaph for the American newsman

2/14/2015 - To be truly happy, researchers say find a mate who is just like you

2/14/2015 - The history of YouTube as told through 10 iconic videos

2/14/2015 - The rediscovery of red velvet has gone way too far

2/14/2015 - What the AAP has in common with Occupy Wall Street and the Arab Spring

2/14/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The newsman’s integrity, Facebook v. the internet, the brain in your gut, Grexit for dummies

2/13/2015 - Apple reportedly has “hundreds of employees” working on an electric car that looks like a minivan

2/13/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The newsman’s integrity, Facebook v. the internet, the brain in your gut, Grexit for dummies

2/13/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The newsman’s integrity, Facebook v. the internet, the brain in your gut, Grexit for dummies

2/13/2015 - In Apple, Elon Musk has finally attracted a worthy competitor

2/13/2015 - Reminder: the rig count drop is but a leading indicator of US oil production

2/13/2015 - The markets were clearly fixated on freezing weather this week

2/13/2015 - Connected cars will send 25 gigabytes of data to the cloud every hour

2/13/2015 - The 10 most important economic charts of the week

2/13/2015 - Argentina’s president is charged, once again, in alleged bombing cover-up

2/13/2015 - Even as it shrinks, the US military budget is unrivalled

2/13/2015 - Yes, Nigeria’s on the brink—but that’s no cause for alarm

2/13/2015 - Every new original content creator is trying really hard to find its “House of Cards”

2/13/2015 - The thought that ISIL might be using bitcoin is keeping US regulators up at night

2/13/2015 - Dealing with death ties us tighter at UNC

2/13/2015 - Kanye won’t stop trash-talking Nike, but his new Adidas line is no threat

2/13/2015 - How natural gas will begin to power our cars, trains, and boats

2/13/2015 - Apple just passed one of the greatest milestones of Japan’s bubblicious 1980s

2/13/2015 - NASA’s wackiest expedition posters in all their glory

2/13/2015 - For a young journalist, there was no better champion than David Carr

2/13/2015 - A year old, the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger plan is precariously poised

2/13/2015 - Welcome to Italy, where stagnation is an achievement

2/13/2015 - Americans can legally unlock their phones now. Hooray?

2/13/2015 - The incredible staying power of the Oreo cookie

2/13/2015 - Where Google, Facebook, and Tesla like to poach from

2/13/2015 - Don’t believe the hype about expat Americans ditching their passports

2/13/2015 - Apple opens the doors for marijuana apps

2/13/2015 - Five shocking Dominique Strauss-Kahn quotes from his pimping trial

2/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Euro zone growth, Rolls-Royce warning, David Carr RIP, NASA’s space submarines

2/13/2015 - Jacob Zuma’s state of the nation speech went horribly wrong

2/13/2015 - How community colleges will help fill one million jobs in the US

2/13/2015 - How to watch the cricket World Cup online

2/13/2015 - The reasons shoppers don’t care about brand names

2/13/2015 - Sorry, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ but the steamiest sex is on TV, not in movies

2/13/2015 - “MSG: The Messenger” is much, much worse than we thought it would be

2/13/2015 - Hong Kong, home to the Umbrella Movement, hosts a massive umbrella IPO

2/13/2015 - Why is Aamir Khan offended by the AIB roast when he has done worse in 3 Idiots?

2/13/2015 - How YouTube killed Google’s video-based marketplace

2/13/2015 - Even Narendra Modi can’t get India excited about the cricket World Cup

2/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Xiaomi’s US plans, Kraft’s shakeup, Hasbro’s heads-up, China’s censorship anthem

2/13/2015 - Homeopathy is pure bunkum and let nobody (not even Modi) tell you otherwise

2/13/2015 - New York Times columnist David Carr has died. Here is his last interview, with Edward Snowden

2/12/2015 - An inspirational message from Kanye West

2/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Fifty Shades unleashed, Ukraine’s IMF lifeline, Microsoft’s stylus tango, drunk art

2/12/2015 - “Let us beat the world in fruit farming” and other new North Korean slogans

2/12/2015 - Ambient computing: Putting the internet of things to work

2/12/2015 - This century-old suit-maker wants to bring back the casual, elegant American man

2/12/2015 - Ukraine is heading for a total economic collapse

2/12/2015 - 18 universities produce half of US and Canada’s computer science professors

2/12/2015 - Ukraine’s ceasefire gives separatists two days “to conquer as much territory as they can”

2/12/2015 - The US is on track for a record-breaking megadrought

2/12/2015 - China is responsible for a quarter of the plastic clogging our oceans

2/12/2015 - Elon Musk is right: Tesla could be as big as Apple someday

2/12/2015 - The only story on Swedish monetary policy you ever have to read

2/12/2015 - Slack’s phenomenal growth in the year since its launch

2/12/2015 - Armenian genocide, still a political hot potato, is about to land at the Eurovision song contest

2/12/2015 - Why doctors need to pay more attention to their kinky patients

2/12/2015 - What students at the world’s top-ranked business school think it’s doing wrong

2/12/2015 - Apple Watch is about to crush Android’s toehold on the wearable market

2/12/2015 - You can now designate an heir to your Facebook account

2/12/2015 - ESPN has a new mobile app and you will never guess what it’s called

2/12/2015 - Inside the lab where scientists are 3D-printing a real working trachea

2/12/2015 - The financial world should obviously be run by women

2/12/2015 - This 10K video may be the most detailed recording ever captured

2/12/2015 - You don’t have to go to Wharton to get access to tech giants

2/12/2015 - Epson had a Fashion Week party for its new printer

2/12/2015 - Beijing is kicking out thousands of poor residents who live in former bomb shelters

2/12/2015 - You have a second brain in your gut, and it can live without you

2/12/2015 - If the passenger in the seat next to you buys a snack or a movie, you probably will too

2/12/2015 - A (very) brief guide to cricket and the World Cup

2/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Ukraine ceasefire 2.0, Sweden goes negative, “nut rage” verdict, psychedelic dinosaurs

2/12/2015 - Why medical debt is the most dangerous kind

2/12/2015 - United sold thousands of first-class tickets for as little as $44—then cancelled them

2/12/2015 - Zomato has finally figured out a way to make more money in India

2/12/2015 - Nigeria’s currency is taking a beating from low oil prices and political uncertainty

2/12/2015 - Narendra Modi has been elevated to the status of a God—but he is not pleased

2/12/2015 - Aam Aadmi Party wants to thank the BJP’s social media team for their landslide win

2/12/2015 - Alibaba’s New Year cash giveaway is under fire from people who didn’t win

2/12/2015 - “60 Minutes” reporter Bob Simon just died. This was his most important story

2/12/2015 - 8 marketing lessons from the AAP’s stunning victory in the Delhi elections

2/11/2015 - Pixar’s daycare has one of lowest vaccination rates in Silicon Valley

2/11/2015 - Tesla’s solution to its woes in China: better seats

2/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Obama wants war, Walmart wants Canada, mass deaths at sea, city bees

2/11/2015 - Netflix briefly put the third season of “House of Cards” online, then pulled it

2/11/2015 - AOL still has 2.2 million dialup subscribers, and they’re paying more

2/11/2015 - No, India’s economy is not about to catch up with China’s anytime soon

2/11/2015 - Europe is standing up for the Greeks, using this hashtag

2/11/2015 - An ex-Nigerian president is worried the country’s military is steps away from taking power

2/11/2015 - What will Jon Stewart do next?

2/11/2015 - The hidden agenda behind the latest US complaints about Chinese trade practices

2/11/2015 - What are the odds of Greece leaving the euro zone?

2/11/2015 - 13 women who could replace Jon Stewart as host of “The Daily Show”

2/11/2015 - A decade ago, Brian Williams would’ve gotten away with it

2/11/2015 - Photos of a sandstorm in Cairo show its captivating reach

2/11/2015 - The shooting deaths of three US Muslims sparked charges of press bias

2/11/2015 - The strange afterlife of the “ship your enemies glitter” stunt

2/11/2015 - American labor-union strikes are almost completely extinct

2/11/2015 - This smiling galaxy cluster in NASA’s image archive looks like an emoji

2/11/2015 - Anti-vaxxers are a product of America’s broken healthcare system

2/11/2015 - Napster still exists, and it has millions of streaming subscribers

2/11/2015 - This woman wants to live and die on Mars—and 200,000 others would gladly take her place

2/11/2015 - Stack it? Melt it? Dump it in the river? Weighing the options for America’s snowed-in cities

2/11/2015 - The Mycoin scandal in Hong Kong had nothing to do with actual bitcoins

2/11/2015 - Why don’t Americans realize ISIL executions look awfully like the thousands of lynchings that happened on their soil?

2/11/2015 - These are the first women to be allowed into the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews

2/11/2015 - Why Kejriwal embracing his wife is as important as the Modi-Obama hug

2/11/2015 - Tesla’s problem in China: there aren’t enough rich Chinese nerds

2/11/2015 - I just relived the Bush years with Jon Stewart clips and laughed to keep from crying

2/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—TV anchors away, Greece & Ukraine talks, Samsung’s OLED gamble, pot as PED

2/11/2015 - What vaxxers and anti-vaxxers are missing: Autism isn’t the worst thing to happen to a child

2/11/2015 - A Canadian mining company allegedly evicted thousands of Burmese villagers from their homes

2/11/2015 - It’s the US that has the most to lose if Congress keeps blocking IMF reform

2/11/2015 - Finally, an Indian philanthropist is giving money for literature and not building temples

2/11/2015 - Jon Stewart may be one of a kind, but “The Daily Show” is more than just one person

2/11/2015 - How a formidable Kiran Bedi clammed up and lost the race for Delhi

2/11/2015 - Watch Jon Stewart announce his departure from “The Daily Show”

2/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Australia terror arrests, TV anchors away, Apple’s new peak, pot as PED

2/11/2015 - Three colossal mistakes that cost the BJP the Delhi elections

2/10/2015 - Jon Stewart is leaving “The Daily Show” after nearly 17 years in the fake-news chair

2/10/2015 - Apple is building a massive farm of solar panels to power its new campus

2/10/2015 - The dangers of telling young journalists to give up

2/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Greece pleads, Halliburton cuts, Coke bleeds, Varoufakis struts

2/10/2015 - Apple just became the first $700 billion company. Ever.

2/10/2015 - The Premier League’s blockbuster broadcast deal is great for players, not so great for fans

2/10/2015 - LGBT youth who come out as teens have better self-esteem as adults

2/10/2015 - Yelp wants to be a one-stop shop for hungry diners

2/10/2015 - Google has a patent for a wearable that makes you smell better

2/10/2015 - The unstoppable rise of the English Premier League

2/10/2015 - The NFL is “aggressively pursuing” its first internet broadcast in the US

2/10/2015 - Jeb Bush just revealed the social security numbers of a bunch of former constituents

2/10/2015 - These cities have figured out how to grow sustainably

2/10/2015 - Sony is finally letting Spider-Man star in Marvel films

2/10/2015 - NASA filmed the rising sun meeting the northern lights for 15 incredible seconds

2/10/2015 - There is no internet bubble, and never was, according to this tech visionary

2/10/2015 - Scientists believe there’s a new layer deep in the earth’s inner core

2/10/2015 - China’s cities need more babies, but one child policy still rules the provinces

2/10/2015 - The tangled network of tech: How the most influential products of the past 20 years intersect

2/10/2015 - Interactive: The influence network of product design in electronics + communications

2/10/2015 - Explore the surprising relationships between the most influential technologies of the past 20 years

2/10/2015 - Computers aren’t making us better workers like they used to

2/10/2015 - The false vaccine debate shows we’re in a golden age of believing whatever we want

2/10/2015 - Most CFOs are embarrassed by their companies’ tax avoidance schemes

2/10/2015 - Britain’s ancient class war, as applied to the world of acting

2/10/2015 - Facebook’s plan to connect one billion Indians is starting small—really small

2/10/2015 - If there is life beyond Earth, it’s probably on this moon of Jupiter

2/10/2015 - Oil hasn’t bottomed out, so trade now at your own peril

2/10/2015 - Why iPhone 6 Plus users consume twice as much data as those using the iPhone 6

2/10/2015 - Europe built twice as much wind power capacity last year as coal and gas combined

2/10/2015 - No one ever really fits a job description, so let applicants write their own

2/10/2015 - China is banning Western textbooks to crack down on its own professors

2/10/2015 - How to influence your manager when you’re never both in the same office

2/10/2015 - This is why politicians really don’t care about young voters

2/10/2015 - Five thankless jobs that technology will make better

2/10/2015 - Snapchat has nailed mobile-native video

2/10/2015 - The story of the world’s largest, most beloved laundromat

2/10/2015 - A year after Mt. Gox’s implosion, nearly $400 million has evaporated from a Hong Kong bitcoin exchange

2/10/2015 - Why Elon Musk sees Brownsville, Texas as his gateway to the universe

2/10/2015 - Meet the most vitriolic Valentine’s Day haters around the world

2/10/2015 - There’s more than just a semi-automatic gun ban behind Australia’s plummeting homicide rate

2/10/2015 - How opinion polls always get it wrong with Kejriwal in Delhi

2/10/2015 - Anna’s sidekick to Delhi’s messiah: Arvind Kejriwal’s meteoric rise to power

2/10/2015 - Why giants like Alibaba are pouring money into India’s e-commerce market

2/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—SpaceX tries again, China fines Qualcomm, US oil strike, Google’s kickable robot

2/9/2015 - Google creates an ominous robotic dog, and repeatedly kicks it

2/9/2015 - India trails all other emerging markets when it comes to chips and soda

2/9/2015 - A first among the big four consulting firms: Deloitte appoints a female CEO

2/9/2015 - Microsoft’s smart ploy to turn the next generation of startups into customers

2/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Delhi’s vote count, OECD scolding, Netflix comes to Cuba, see-through eggshells

2/9/2015 - What can Obama’s reliance on sanctions really solve?

2/9/2015 - Why Netflix is entering Cuba even though the internet barely works there

2/9/2015 - What iPhone customers really want next from Apple: fewer bugs

2/9/2015 - Animal rights activists got the world’s biggest fashion retailer to stop selling rabbit wool

2/9/2015 - Russian hatred toward the West, charted

2/9/2015 - Syriza’s most radical plan for Greece? Collect taxes

2/9/2015 - The most important moment at the Grammys did not involve Kanye West

2/9/2015 - Study: 1 in 2 Brits will get cancer in their lifetimes

2/9/2015 - New York City hotel rooms are getting cheaper thanks to Airbnb

2/9/2015 - German exporters are loving the cheap euro

2/9/2015 - AMC just made another dent in the cable bundle

2/9/2015 - NASA did a killer animation of the dark side of the moon

2/9/2015 - Foreign cash, red flags: The case for making US realtors report suspicious activity

2/9/2015 - Got a valid passport? Have it transformed into an intricately inked work of art

2/9/2015 - Wretched trade data reveal China’s dangerous balancing act

2/9/2015 - Let’s just admit it: Governments never really pay off their debts

2/9/2015 - Who would buy a $300,000 house made of straw? We’re about to find out

2/9/2015 - Want to start a magazine? Move to France

2/9/2015 - Millions of Facebook users have no idea they’re using the internet

2/9/2015 - Alibaba just bought a $590 million stake in a smartphone maker with a reclusive founder

2/9/2015 - A heavy-handed propaganda video prompts China-loving bloggers to curse the Communist Party

2/9/2015 - Degrees don’t matter anymore, skills do

2/9/2015 - Gender-mandering—Why women have lost out on leadership in the new US Congress

2/9/2015 - Homework, stress, and tradition make it hard for Indian parents to spare the rod

2/9/2015 - The designer of Kikkoman’s beautiful, ubiquitous soy sauce bottle has died

2/9/2015 - HSBC’s private Swiss bank served everyone from alleged arms dealers to pop stars

2/9/2015 - Nigeria’s military is holding democracy to ransom while it struggles against Boko Haram

2/9/2015 - India’s latest black money revelation in three charts

2/9/2015 - The only seven seats worth watching as Delhi counts its votes

2/9/2015 - Corrupt Chinese officials who have fled to Australia remain out of Beijing’s reach

2/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Abbott perseveres, HSBC’s Swiss leaks, Alibaba’s smartphone buy, vacuum robot rampage

2/9/2015 - A troubled Tata Motors is going where no Indian carmaker has gone before

2/8/2015 - The chart that shows why ‘Facebook at Work’ might actually work

2/8/2015 - How I learned that dignity is more important than happiness

2/8/2015 - Apple just defied a bunch of theories about business

2/8/2015 - The world should listen to Greece’s big idea about debt

2/8/2015 - Anti-vaxxers are more like us than we’re willing to admit

2/8/2015 - The anti-Islamic far-right is spreading in Europe—and going mainstream

2/8/2015 - What men and women will spend their money on this Valentine’s Day

2/8/2015 - Postcards from the world’s most polluted city

2/7/2015 - Nigeria is delaying its election to give it six more weeks to beat Boko Haram

2/7/2015 - Why Hollywood is now trying to save film after all its digital trailblazing

2/7/2015 - Hurricane Sandy turned a New York subway station into a petri dish of Antarctic bacteria

2/7/2015 - RadioShack’s slow-motion train wreck was painful to watch

2/7/2015 - Menswear thinks it’s really unfair that people only talk about womenswear

2/7/2015 - How India and China explain the Holocaust to school kids

2/7/2015 - Nigeria’s election is set for Feb. 14th, but voters will believe it when they see it

2/6/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—RadioShack’s demise, banking for the poor, Kremlinology redux, the internet of ants

2/6/2015 - Oil slid up and down and up and up this week

2/6/2015 - The 11 most important charts of the week

2/6/2015 - It’s cheaper and easier to rent an MBA than to hire one

2/6/2015 - How money transfer can fuel an economic engine

2/6/2015 - Harvard just banned sex between teachers and students

2/6/2015 - A quick chat to catch you up on the status of Apple’s internet TV service

2/6/2015 - Norway’s huge, influential oil fund is going on a divestment spree—of fossil fuel companies

2/6/2015 - Say “ahh” and let your smartphone check for Parkinson’s disease

2/6/2015 - Here’s the list of proposed RadioShack store closings

2/6/2015 - Watch a new US scheme that will use jet planes to launch satellites

2/6/2015 - Platforms, not products, are the way to bring financial services to the poor

2/6/2015 - This plan to run bike paths through London underground tunnels is ridiculous

2/6/2015 - We’re live-charting the vigorous (and vigorously revised) US jobs report

2/6/2015 - The January jobs report

2/6/2015 - You really should be putting acids on your face

2/6/2015 - Microsoft is making some clever moves

2/6/2015 - The secret behind India’s passion for porn

2/6/2015 - Google is key to our getting more personalized, trustworthy news

2/6/2015 - Apple is treating the Beats brand remarkably differently than its own

2/6/2015 - Why are wealthy Chinese kids twice as likely to be nearsighted as the poor?

2/6/2015 - How to have a successful unlimited vacation policy

2/6/2015 - Why you should fear dishonor but not shame

2/6/2015 - Welcome to Europe, where the bond market is upside down

2/6/2015 - India’s biggest smartphone company is…well, no one really knows

2/6/2015 - India’s B-schools are shutting down faster than ever before

2/6/2015 - A vacuum cleaner ad has driven a wedge between Indonesia and Malaysia

2/6/2015 - The US Department of Defense avoided a security breach in the Anthem hack

2/6/2015 - How India exploits millions of white-collar workers

2/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Putin-Merkel-Hollande, Twitter’s breathing room, RadioShack bankruptcy, portentious handball corruption

2/5/2015 - I’m Italian, and I thank Greece for reminding us what Europe is supposed to be

2/5/2015 - How a small change by Apple cost Twitter millions of users

2/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Pfizer’s big deal, the Greek-German showdown, Swatch’s smartwatch, performance eating

2/5/2015 - Twitter’s darkest days are behind it

2/5/2015 - GrubHub’s next major business move? It’s all in the delivery

2/5/2015 - On Bob Marley’s 70th birthday, passion about his message runs deeper than ever

2/5/2015 - The fall of Robert Mugabe may not be televised—but it has already been ruthlessly photoshopped

2/5/2015 - Lifestyle brands are acquiring their way to becoming tech companies

2/5/2015 - Ukraine’s currency is plummeting (again, and even further)

2/5/2015 - How business travellers can experience the cultural riches of Singapore

2/5/2015 - Singapore: A guide for business travellers

2/5/2015 - Amy Pascal is proof that Sony’s scandal wouldn’t be over until someone took a fall

2/5/2015 - Fewer oil rigs doesn’t mean less oil

2/5/2015 - The US had ties to an Argentine terror investigation that ended with a prosecutor’s mysterious death

2/5/2015 - Apple is preparing to give Spotify its first real competition

2/5/2015 - The battle over red meat regulations is sizzling

2/5/2015 - A Pfizer exec explains the price tag of new drug innovation

2/5/2015 - Germany and Greece can’t even agree to disagree on what to do next

2/5/2015 - Now there’s a way to diagnose HIV with a smartphone

2/5/2015 - By next century, New York winters will be as warm as Texas

2/5/2015 - Prices for the miracle drugs that cure Hepatitis C are collapsing

2/5/2015 - A heroic Star Wars fan created a Millennium Falcon drone

2/5/2015 - Venezuela’s consumer goods shortage now includes condoms

2/5/2015 - Facebook is now more valuable than JP Morgan Chase

2/5/2015 - The impending rise of the mini-Chipotle

2/5/2015 - RadioShack was the Starbucks of the ’80s and then it ran out of batteries

2/5/2015 - Plans are afoot to get British people voting online by 2020

2/5/2015 - After attacks and protests, here’s what the Modi government has promised Delhi’s Christians

2/5/2015 - The man who brought us the lithium-ion battery at the age of 57 has an idea for a new one at 92

2/5/2015 - The prison payphone company from “Serial” is battling smuggled-in mobile phones

2/5/2015 - GoPro gets closer to becoming a media company with its new Roku channel

2/5/2015 - These caviar-like capsules could be the answer to curbing carbon emissions

2/5/2015 - Japan may force its stressed-out workers to finally take a vacation

2/5/2015 - Hong Kong’s flu is so bad this year, the entire city could soon be wearing face masks

2/5/2015 - In Charlie Hebdo’s name, chauvinistic Urdu journalists in Mumbai are going after a female editor

2/5/2015 - The pilot of the fatal TransAsia crash is being hailed as a hero

2/5/2015 - The dirty secret of Indian politics that neither the AAP nor the BJP are debating

2/5/2015 - If you want your own tech company, forget an MBA—and learn to code instead

2/5/2015 - The ultra-hot Indian pepper that’s popping up in your sushi, whiskey, and supermarket

2/4/2015 - Bitcoin’s day of reckoning is here

2/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Kirchner’s (un)diplomacy, Twitter’s progress, Jordan’s revenge, nap time’s revival

2/4/2015 - Japanese army troops have built a giant “Star Wars” snow sculpture

2/4/2015 - Google’s search deal with Apple is expiring soon, and everyone wants a piece of the action

2/4/2015 - Why Nigerians care so much about a 72-year-old presidential candidate’s high school diploma

2/4/2015 - Poem: The Internet from A to Z, 2015

2/4/2015 - Farming is now worse for the climate than deforestation

2/4/2015 - Disney has crushed it with “Frozen”—imagine what it will do with “Star Wars”

2/4/2015 - Argentina’s president tweeted something highly offensive about Chinese people—on a diplomatic trip to China

2/4/2015 - The worst anti-vaccine arguments

2/4/2015 - Jimmy Fallon is the best musician you never knew was a musician

2/4/2015 - The most important job in Nigeria right now

2/4/2015 - More evidence that smartphones need to stay out of bed

2/4/2015 - The latest sign that China’s financial system is facing a cash drain

2/4/2015 - The activist killed in Tahrir Square on Jan. 25 was a poet—here’s one of her works

2/4/2015 - A look inside American Airlines’ new retro amenity kits

2/4/2015 - A tiny share of Mongolians have decided the country’s future, by text message

2/4/2015 - The real reason Staples and Office Depot are merging: Amazon

2/4/2015 - Big Meat: The indie butcher business grows up

2/4/2015 - China detained more than 900 human rights activists last year

2/4/2015 - The “mommy wars” aren’t real—but the attack on American women is

2/4/2015 - The unbearable sadness of French chefs who lose their Michelin stars

2/4/2015 - It’s almost as if central banks are intentionally inflating their housing bubbles

2/4/2015 - Super effective business moves from fake Pokémon startups

2/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Taipei plane crash, Greece-ECB talks, weak yen bonuses, mayonnaise controversies

2/4/2015 - The AIB ruckus has Indian comedians angry—and confident of a comeback

2/4/2015 - India now has the third largest population of billionaires in the world

2/4/2015 - China’s “Operation Fox Hunt” just bagged a trophy in Italy

2/4/2015 - Twitter hopes to finally show Wall Street some progress

2/4/2015 - TransAsia’s fatal plane crash is only the latest to strike Taiwan

2/4/2015 - Samsung just fell behind in the world’s fastest-growing smartphone market

2/4/2015 - Ahead of the Delhi elections, Kiran Bedi emerges as the most admired Indian woman

2/4/2015 - Forget toilets. Narendra Modi is building thousands of selfie booths in Delhi

2/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Greece-ECB talks, Disney’s “Frozen” streak, pet food buyout, lunar bureaucracy

2/3/2015 - Yahoo found the perfect small business to offload on its Alibaba spin-off

2/3/2015 - Beef lovers should be on the lookout for another Chipotle price jump

2/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Greece’s meetings, S&P settles, three-parent babies, lunar bureaucracy

2/3/2015 - Google wants to teach you how to say place names like a local

2/3/2015 - Don’t look now, but Microsoft has more than 100 iOS and Android apps

2/3/2015 - Believe it or not, oil is in a bull market

2/3/2015 - There’s an app to calculate the odds of your plane crashing

2/3/2015 - The US government is getting ready for the commercialization of the moon

2/3/2015 - Harper Lee is publishing a sequel to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ 50 years later

2/3/2015 - Black gold is finally getting its shine back

2/3/2015 - Make way for three-parent babies

2/3/2015 - Your college major is a pretty good indication of how smart you are

2/3/2015 - How much sleep your child really needs, by age group

2/3/2015 - The case for ultra-intense background checks for hires

2/3/2015 - Monopoly is putting real money in its board games

2/3/2015 - Now the market is ok with the Syriza win in Greece

2/3/2015 - Selfies caused a deadly plane crash

2/3/2015 - The web was supposed to be well beyond .com and .net by now. What happened?

2/3/2015 - Could Google beat Uber at being Uber?

2/3/2015 - Adidas made an app for sneakerheads dying to buy Kanye-designed shoes

2/3/2015 - The most frustrating gadget in your house is getting a user-friendly makeover

2/3/2015 - Sorry, Greece—you’re not going to get what you want (whatever that is)

2/3/2015 - A handy chart for haggling with Girl Scouts this year over the price of a box of cookies

2/3/2015 - A week after dissing Obama’s Delhi trip, Chinese dailies are back in love with India

2/3/2015 - The six most important ideas in Obama’s plan for the US government

2/3/2015 - A massive data dive proves that languages and genes evolve together

2/3/2015 - An unflappable group of young people just showed who is really ruining politics

2/3/2015 - Boko Haram and growth are fighting a battle royale in Nigeria

2/3/2015 - A creative agency locked away their phones and computers for a day and actually got more productive

2/3/2015 - All India Bakchod is proof that India’s moral police is fighting a losing battle

2/3/2015 - A $9 fashion shoot in a Chinese coal town shows how beautiful counterfeit clothes can be

2/3/2015 - Chinese tourists are hunting endangered fish on disputed islands in the South China Sea

2/3/2015 - Australia’s inflated housing market just got a extra burst of hot air

2/3/2015 - London has more people than ever—and 44% are ethnic minorities

2/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Uber-Google face-off, Australia’s rate cut, Lenovo goes mobile, YouTube robot chefs

2/3/2015 - India’s finance minister needs to find 5420000000000 rupees in less than 60 days

2/3/2015 - Alibaba and Lending Club will loan US businesses $300,000 to buy Chinese goods

2/2/2015 - Apple is building a solar-powered data “command center” in Arizona

2/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Egypt’s death sentences, the US budget, the love of cars, Her Majesty’s corgis

2/2/2015 - Microsoft gives Android users a taste of the Windows Phone experience

2/2/2015 - Six charts you need to see before the RBI’s first monetary policy review of 2015

2/2/2015 - Four ways McDonald’s almost ruined Chipotle

2/2/2015 - Energy bonds and the effect of cheap oil

2/2/2015 - The Iran nuclear talks will not pivot on whether the Iranian economy is brought to its knees

2/2/2015 - The surprising link between migration and global growth

2/2/2015 - Charted: One unvaccinated person undermines the efforts of everyone else

2/2/2015 - The Western world has turned its back on car culture

2/2/2015 - The Raspberry Pi 2 computer is six times faster—and still costs $35

2/2/2015 - How LEGO freaks stack and store their LEGOs

2/2/2015 - Watch all of the 2015 Super Bowl movie and TV trailers

2/2/2015 - Ryanair is flying high, but investors fear it may have clipped its own wings

2/2/2015 - Everything you need to know about Obama’s offshore tax plan

2/2/2015 - A crowdsourced project of beautiful, historic images of people of color

2/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s budget lands, Chinese execs “retire,” Ryanair climbs, tip creep

2/2/2015 - The death of Kenji Goto is forcing Japan to rethink its role in the world

2/2/2015 - India’s Royal Enfield just rode past Harley-Davidson

2/2/2015 - Fear drives Zomato to design its second logo in three months

2/2/2015 - China’s latest corruption probe could spell trouble for the global banking industry

2/2/2015 - These are the best—and the worst—state-run banks in India

2/2/2015 - How Maggi noodles became India’s favourite comfort food

2/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Al-Jazeera journalist freed, Chinese execs quit, DSK in the dock, tip creep

2/2/2015 - The complete account of (almost) every coin and note issued in India since 2001

2/2/2015 - The same company put out the best and worst Super Bowl ads this year

2/1/2015 - The health of US business, as measured by the money it blows on Super Bowl ads

2/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Al-Jazeera journalists freed, Obama’s budget battle begins, DSK in the dock, chocolate angst

2/1/2015 - The most poignant commercial you’ll watch today is on Google’s homepage

2/1/2015 - Flu deaths and spousal abuse spike during big sports events like the Super Bowl

2/1/2015 - How to watch the Super Bowl online, for free

2/1/2015 - How Cadbury lost the right to sell its own chocolate in the US

2/1/2015 - Jay Z wants to sell you high-quality music subscriptions

2/1/2015 - When I found myself in a long-distance relationship, I wrote an app to make it better

2/1/2015 - Nigeria’s giving Muhammadu Buhari—an ex-military dictator—what he’s always wanted: A chance

2/1/2015 - This Michelin-star chef wants you to chew on this: No such thing as “Indian food”