1/31/2015 - When your Facebook “like” is not a like

1/31/2015 - Four reasons you can’t give up on America’s exurbs (and it’s not just cheap gas)

1/31/2015 - If you live in France and don’t eat baguettes, you might be a terrorist

1/31/2015 - The ocean is about to face a wave of extinction. Can anything be done?

1/31/2015 - Software that can publish every draft of a book simultaneously shows the true beauty of the creative process

1/31/2015 - There will be a Super Bowl ad for avocados to go with your half-time guacamole this year

1/31/2015 - Maybe this is the real reason Apple made the iPhone bigger

1/31/2015 - Dear people without children—don’t worry, you understand what love is, too

1/31/2015 - Americans are too blinded by fandom to save football from destroying itself

1/31/2015 - 67 years ago today, this is how the world’s press mourned Gandhi’s assassination

1/30/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Apple’s next trick, the global gender imbalance, the battle for Donetsk, addiction treatment

1/30/2015 - The markets hammered Greece, yes, again

1/30/2015 - A Moscow library containing rare UN documents, ancient Slavic texts, and 14 million books is on fire

1/30/2015 - Why Google’s earnings “miss” wasn’t actually that bad

1/30/2015 - The magic of Super Bowl ads is gone forever

1/30/2015 - Great immune system? Don’t thank your genes—they have little to do with it

1/30/2015 - An appalling list of human rights abuses last year in Putin’s Russia

1/30/2015 - The Super Bowl is one of the few things Republicans want to tax more

1/30/2015 - Lego just unveiled its 3,000-piece Helicarrier from “The Avengers”

1/30/2015 - Scientists and the American public disagree on some pretty key issues

1/30/2015 - People who love working from home are right: It’s more productive

1/30/2015 - A Spotify IPO this year is looking less likely—which is good news for Spotify

1/30/2015 - Apple’s gargantuan market cap is getting even bigger

1/30/2015 - The 26 economic charts you shouldn’t have missed in January

1/30/2015 - Iceland is melting so fast, it’s literally popping off the planet

1/30/2015 - Chilled-out rich teens are a big part of the drop in the American labor force

1/30/2015 - Slack is everywhere, growing fast, and still works great. Here’s how they did it

1/30/2015 - None of shale’s boosters told us what would happen to jobs when the energy bubble burst

1/30/2015 - India finally decided to measure its economy properly—and GDP growth soared

1/30/2015 - Proof that those annoying pre-movie ads actually work

1/30/2015 - The oil bust is hitting business investment, but the US economy is doing just fine

1/30/2015 - Bitcoin libertarians now desperately need the government’s help

1/30/2015 - Russia can’t figure out how to fix its ailing economy

1/30/2015 - The UK’s Green Party has some far-out policies—and young people love it

1/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Euro zone deflation, Honda’s recall pain, Asia’s Netflix challenger, trademarked lyrics

1/30/2015 - Jayanthi Natarajan’s revolt is proof that the Congress Party is falling apart

1/30/2015 - The key to long-term success in one daily formula

1/30/2015 - Afghan carpet weavers are putting drones on their rugs

1/30/2015 - Alibaba has no interest in buying Yahoo’s “SpinCo” stake

1/30/2015 - India’s FDI inflows are back on track—but far from the peak of 2008

1/30/2015 - Xiaomi just wandered into a 100-year-old border dispute between China and India

1/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Google’s challenge, deflation fears, a new Netflix competitor, trademarked lyrics

1/30/2015 - A short history of the samosa

1/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Alibaba’s woes, Sky’s mobile ambitions, Cuban vacations, trademarked lyrics

1/29/2015 - Amazon will finally start telling us how much its cloud service is making

1/29/2015 - Jack Dorsey really, really approves of Dick Costolo as Twitter CEO

1/29/2015 - This won’t help the pessimism around Google’s advertising business

1/29/2015 - Check out these incredible images of the “Hand of God” space cloud taken by the European Southern Observatory

1/29/2015 - Amazon Prime is becoming a juggernaut

1/29/2015 - Watch a vast sheet of fog sweep through the Grand Canyon

1/29/2015 - The Kama Sutra just got so unsexy

1/29/2015 - On the eve of Shake Shack’s IPO, some mouthwatering stats for restaurant investors

1/29/2015 - The man behind Obama’s “hope and change” emails is writing similar ones for Uber

1/29/2015 - The one chart that shows how Facebook has nailed mobile

1/29/2015 - The US is auctioning enough offshore wind to power the state of Connecticut

1/29/2015 - A trip into the wilderness requires these essential tools

1/29/2015 - I’m fed up with political correctness, and the idea that everyone should already be perfect

1/29/2015 - Whole Foods’ founder has a grandiose vision for fixing American health care

1/29/2015 - Facebook is now two entirely different businesses

1/29/2015 - Meet the man who’s supposed to turn McDonald’s around

1/29/2015 - The US is still a subprime nation

1/29/2015 - Bill Gates joins Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking in saying artificial intelligence is scary

1/29/2015 - The endgame for Marissa Mayer at Yahoo is now in sight

1/29/2015 - The questions the US won’t answer about its billions in Afghanistan

1/29/2015 - This short story is the most powerful defense of universal health care you’ll read today

1/29/2015 - Watch Asia’s air pollution spread across the globe

1/29/2015 - A ball pit for adults just opened in London

1/29/2015 - A profit? At Deutsche Bank?

1/29/2015 - Your incredible rising internet bill

1/29/2015 - The bizarre drama behind Alibaba’s tanking stock price

1/29/2015 - The new Google patent for controlling your car without touching a thing

1/29/2015 - Why Google Maps tells Americans they’re in Tulsa, Oklahoma

1/29/2015 - This is the magic ingredient in Facebook’s revenue growth

1/29/2015 - Why US colleges should welcome undocumented immigrants

1/29/2015 - BA tweaks its frequent flyer program to stick it to economy class

1/29/2015 - The Chinese government has erased a damning report on Alibaba, but you can read it here

1/29/2015 - The Bay Area’s latest movement: organic marijuana

1/29/2015 - Slack moves the world closer to an email-free future

1/29/2015 - One in five luxury handbags are man bags

1/29/2015 - You may soon be living in a 3D-printed apartment

1/29/2015 - Nearly half the UK is up for fracking, and these maps show you where

1/29/2015 - Don’t worry DREAMers, US immigration advocates have already won

1/29/2015 - The finale to the most sensational murder of 2006 is playing out in a London courtroom

1/29/2015 - A month before the budget, Modi government walks the talk

1/29/2015 - Uber is bleeding money to keep driving on Delhi’s streets

1/29/2015 - Memo to Beijing: Female-only subway cars don’t make women safer from sexual harassment

1/29/2015 - These two suburbs are India’s answer to Silicon Valley (hint: not Gurgaon)

1/28/2015 - Obama just found a new partner in the global warming fight: Modi

1/28/2015 - Chinese investors’ appetite for betting with borrowed money cannot be tamed

1/28/2015 - The CEO of McDonald’s just resigned

1/28/2015 - Here’s how much money you made for Facebook last year

1/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Coal and burger IPOs, fresh Snowden leaks, Silk Road tourism, Facebook emergencies

1/28/2015 - Facebook’s success in mobile is exceptionally impressive

1/28/2015 - Yes, Europe will give in to Greece—but it won’t admit it

1/28/2015 - Doctors have figured out yet another reason girls are getting their periods earlier

1/28/2015 - A rare megamouth shark just washed up in the Philippines

1/28/2015 - Electronic Arts’ blowout quarter shows that console gaming is not dead yet

1/28/2015 - Apple’s massive market cap still trails these historical giants

1/28/2015 - This PSA on domestic violence will be the most powerful 30 seconds of Super Bowl Sunday

1/28/2015 - Interactive: Here’s why men on earth outnumber women by 66 million

1/28/2015 - For Brits, it isn’t about Cadbury’s. It’s about childhood.

1/28/2015 - Michelle Obama’s refusal to wear a head scarf in Saudi Arabia is not a revolutionary act

1/28/2015 - Why black Americans can’t sleep at night: racism

1/28/2015 - Okay, the market is freaking out a little about the Syriza win in Greece

1/28/2015 - Tesla’s souped-up Model S has an “insane mode” and it’s as ridiculous as it sounds

1/28/2015 - The new Ghostbusters are all women

1/28/2015 - One quarter of all Android users have dual-SIM phones

1/28/2015 - Cybersecurity is a mess, but Obama can learn a few things from Estonia – and Eugene Kaspersky

1/28/2015 - China’s strict visa rules, travel restrictions, and dirty air are repelling foreign tourists

1/28/2015 - Beijing says Uber is illegal, but isn’t shutting it down anytime soon

1/28/2015 - These are the religious beliefs of Europe’s leaders—including the atheists

1/28/2015 - Confirmed: Starbucks knows the next hot neighborhood before everybody else does

1/28/2015 - The aggressive delivery startup that’s proving it pays to play well with others

1/28/2015 - How Apple sold more phones than anyone in China—even at twice the price

1/28/2015 - Chinese regulators flagged illegal practices at Alibaba months before its monster IPO

1/28/2015 - In the US, people are paid more to care for pets than young children

1/28/2015 - Time is ripe for Apple to take a bigger bite of India’s smartphone market

1/28/2015 - Yahoo’s $40 billion spin-off is a raw deal for Alibaba—at least for now

1/28/2015 - About that fantastic Doordarshan broadcast on Republic Day…

1/28/2015 - Three years on, IIM-A grads typically make more money than Yale or Kellogg MBAs

1/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Apple triumphant, Greece defiant, Yahoo’s spin-off, cockroach romance

1/28/2015 - Apple’s bet on big-screen iPhones was simply brilliant

1/27/2015 - Alibaba bets that little red envelopes will get it back in the messaging app game

1/27/2015 - Why 2015 will be a game-changer for financial inclusion in India

1/27/2015 - The Apple Watch is coming in April, and Tim Cook says he “can’t live without it”

1/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Apple triumphant, Greece defiant, tobacco merger, cockroach romance

1/27/2015 - Here’s how a retired submarine captain would save IBM

1/27/2015 - Apple shows a flagrant disregard for the law of large numbers

1/27/2015 - Apple just sold 75 million iPhones and brought in $75 billion

1/27/2015 - Marissa Mayer has given Yahoo investors exactly what they wanted by spinning off Alibaba

1/27/2015 - Even pot investors are wary of companies that farm marijuana—but that’s changing

1/27/2015 - URGENT: The incredibly simple trick to effective work email

1/27/2015 - He died in 1974—but Nick Drake’s legend continues to grow

1/27/2015 - Twitter’s new videos are conveniently the same length as a TV commercial

1/27/2015 - Rich countries solved this problem decades ago, but now millions of poor people are dying from it

1/27/2015 - Corporate America is not America

1/27/2015 - Why weather forecasters are wrong so much of the time

1/27/2015 - 13 years after we tried to save Danny Pearl’s life, threats to journalists keep getting worse

1/27/2015 - Marissa Mayer’s big moment at Yahoo is finally upon us

1/27/2015 - The asteroid that flew by Earth yesterday has its own moon

1/27/2015 - In Paris, latex continues to slide into mainstream fashion

1/27/2015 - The future of online video: A million different versions of the same ad

1/27/2015 - Slowing global growth left Caterpillar crawling towards bad earnings

1/27/2015 - To live with climate change, this Danish neighborhood is turning itself into a temporary Venice

1/27/2015 - The simple way to get a good seat on a plane without paying extra

1/27/2015 - 70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, Holocaust survivors in Israel are trapped in poverty

1/27/2015 - How to tell if the guy in the next cubicle is an everyday sadist

1/27/2015 - It’s 100 days to the UK election, and nobody knows what’s going to happen

1/27/2015 - China’s air pollution is driving away international tourists

1/27/2015 - The cruise industry is trying to attract millennials looking for romance

1/27/2015 - At this year’s world fair, the US will present itself as a foodie nation

1/27/2015 - Watch 80 hot-air balloons brighten Switzerland’s winter skies

1/27/2015 - What a warming world means for major snowstorms

1/27/2015 - After hugs and handshakes, Obama has some tough love for Modi

1/27/2015 - Bob Dylan’s views on the economy are just like his lyrics: completely indecipherable

1/27/2015 - The world’s best restaurant is serving quivering shrimp covered with ants

1/27/2015 - A cleric in the world’s most populous Muslim nation has declared selfies a sin

1/27/2015 - Why Apple is growing again

1/27/2015 - Obama’s speechwriter clearly loves Bollywood (as does Modi)

1/27/2015 - What three Norwegian fashionistas learned after a month in a Cambodian textile factory

1/27/2015 - The city that never sleeps is blanketed in snow, and it is beautiful

1/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Apple and Yahoo earnings, US blizzard, Microsoft struggles, TeslaBnb

1/27/2015 - All the annoying stories the New York Times has done on cows, dogs, and monkeys in India

1/26/2015 - Delivery startups have met their match with the #Blizzardof2015

1/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Apple earnings, Turkey threatens Facebook, Kurds take Kobani, Tesla hotel

1/26/2015 - Microsoft’s transition to the cloud will be a drawn-out slog

1/26/2015 - Αγαπητέ κύριε πρωθυπουργέ Τσίπρα, Είμαι μία νέα, άνεργη Ελληνίδα, και το μόνο που θέλω είναι η αξιοπρέπεια μου

1/26/2015 - New Yorkers aren’t just prepping for a blizzard, they’re also girding for the flu

1/26/2015 - It’s a lovefest in India, but Obama was more generous last time around

1/26/2015 - Greek voters are done with outsider demands for austerity. Here’s what’s next

1/26/2015 - The FBI says it just arrested a Russian spy in New York City

1/26/2015 - Chart: Rejected names for the blizzard

1/26/2015 - New York City’s mayor tells people not to order Seamless during a major blizzard

1/26/2015 - Global warming leads to wild La Niña weather, including events like this big East Coast snowstorm

1/26/2015 - These airlines are making female flight attendants wear skirts, despite the safety risks

1/26/2015 - Elon Musk settles with the US Air Force, smoothing the way for competition in spy-satellite missions

1/26/2015 - The market isn’t freaking out too much about the Syriza win in Greece

1/26/2015 - What Mattel’s CEO departure means for the future of Barbie

1/26/2015 - The business schools that give the biggest salary and career bumps

1/26/2015 - China is limiting high-ranking officials to offices the size of a shipping container

1/26/2015 - T-Mobile’s brilliant move to win that other emerging market—the United States of America

1/26/2015 - I am a young, unemployed Greek, and all I want is my dignity back

1/26/2015 - The BBC’s new tool pairs your life to global news events using Facebook data

1/26/2015 - Narendra Modi met with Obama in a suit pin-striped with his own name, over and over

1/26/2015 - Greece’s new finance minister learned about tearing down capitalism from working at a video game company

1/26/2015 - Behold the rare beauty of the underside of an iceberg

1/26/2015 - A gigantic asteroid will fly very close to Earth today

1/26/2015 - A “meteorological bomb” will bring historic snowfall to America’s east coast

1/26/2015 - Would more psychiatric asylums solve the mental health crisis in America?

1/26/2015 - The haunting street photography of a Hong Kong migrant domestic worker

1/26/2015 - The world’s in-flight Wi-Fi offerings, ranked

1/26/2015 - How Germany is reacting to Greece’s confrontational new government

1/26/2015 - Can you guess the language being spoken?

1/26/2015 - Robinhood’s free stock-trading app, and its long odds of survival

1/26/2015 - Internet television has arrived: Why Sling TV marks the beginning of a new era

1/26/2015 - China’s World Expo pavilions embrace the “weird architecture” it is spurning at home

1/26/2015 - Carlsberg may soon be serving beer in cardboard bottles

1/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Greeks reject austerity, Northeast blizzard, BA-Aer Lingus tie-up, genetically modified mosquitos

1/26/2015 - The six African elections to watch this year—and why

1/26/2015 - To pick your perfect startup co-founder, do this

1/26/2015 - Photos: America’s first ladies charming India—and vice versa

1/26/2015 - Apple’s latest store opening is one of 25 new reasons to keep Beijing happy

1/26/2015 - This poetic street art paying homage to old Shanghai is being erased by government bureaucrats

1/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Greek anti-euro victory, BA-Aer Lingus tie-up, Obama-Modi talks, genetically-modified mosquitoes

1/25/2015 - How Pakistan and China are covering Obama’s India visit

1/25/2015 - The new Greek prime minister’s first tweet after winning was to the lead actor in “House”

1/25/2015 - Greeks have handed a huge election win to a far-left anti-austerity party

1/25/2015 - Coming soon: A “Made in USA” Republic Day parade in India

1/25/2015 - Disenchanted Hong Kongers are preparing to escape Beijing’s rule

1/25/2015 - Amid hugs, Modi and Obama hammer out deal on nukes—and scold Pakistan

1/25/2015 - India wants to know: Where has Michelle Obama been all day?

1/25/2015 - What you need to know about the election in Greece

1/25/2015 - POTUS by lotus: Modi (again) proves he’s the master of symbolism

1/25/2015 - Questions that will help you find your purpose in life

1/25/2015 - Advice for raising bilingual kids

1/25/2015 - Narendra Modi greeted and hugged Barack Obama—all is forgiven

1/24/2015 - These videos from Mariupol show life under Russian bombardment

1/24/2015 - This is why Obama should not meet the new Saudi king

1/24/2015 - Davos’s gender inequality problem shows why Davos matters

1/24/2015 - Parents in this country are now legally obliged to stop their kids spending time on computers

1/24/2015 - Barack Obama will skip the Taj to go see the Saudi king instead

1/24/2015 - Forget about used clothes and food drives—donate your data to save the world

1/24/2015 - GoPro just changed what live sports are going to look like

1/24/2015 - This is Origami—Starbucks’ single-use pourover kit in Japan

1/24/2015 - The biggest investment deal between India and the US is nowhere close to completion

1/24/2015 - On Monday, Obama will watch a Soviet-style display of weaponry (and camels) in India

1/23/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Why Davos matters, McDonald’s requiem, self-destructing e-books, the clue to autism

1/23/2015 - The worst-kept secret in global monetary policy was good for European stocks this week

1/23/2015 - When McDonald’s was America and America was McDonald’s

1/23/2015 - The lone voice in the room: A union man in Davos

1/23/2015 - Here’s what happened Friday at Davos

1/23/2015 - Scientists now know how to make robots less creepy looking

1/23/2015 - Twitter really needs to have its Facebook moment

1/23/2015 - The US head of overseas media picked a fight with Russian state TV

1/23/2015 - The real number of private jets used to get to Davos

1/23/2015 - Why everybody is buying everybody else in European telecoms

1/23/2015 - What will we do in a world without SkyMall?

1/23/2015 - What the Ayatollah’s letter to Western Millennials was all about

1/23/2015 - The nine most important economic charts of the week

1/23/2015 - At Davos, it’s the best of internets, it’s the worst of internets

1/23/2015 - Photos: Hong Kong’s toxic pollution creates gorgeous neon-blue algae blooms

1/23/2015 - iPhone usage in America, mapped

1/23/2015 - FYI: It’s totally fine to throw away most batteries

1/23/2015 - The best way to learn a language is with your hands

1/23/2015 - The new Sonos logo vibrates like a subwoofer

1/23/2015 - Andreessen Horowitz reveals the 16 trends it’s closely watching

1/23/2015 - Uber is about to find out what happens when free-wheeling West Coast libertarianism meets Nordic social democracy

1/23/2015 - How The Economist chose its first female editor-in-chief

1/23/2015 - Alibaba’s Jack Ma says we should learn from “Forrest Gump”

1/23/2015 - Don’t just read to your kids at night, do math with them, too. They’ll thank you later

1/23/2015 - There’s now a vampire bat robot that can walk and fly on its own

1/23/2015 - The next frontier in first-class air travel: priority landing

1/23/2015 - The eBay you grew up with is dead. Cause of death: Carl Icahn

1/23/2015 - Legalized marijuana might be the best thing to ever happen to heroin addicts

1/23/2015 - Apple is reportedly giving the Chinese government access to its devices for “security checks”

1/23/2015 - 2014 was a real rhino-slaughtering bonanza

1/23/2015 - As expected, Sundance beats Davos for ski-town style

1/23/2015 - $500,000 will buy you a copy of Charlie Hebdo online

1/23/2015 - A $15 billion O2 buyout is the latest jewel in Li Ka-Shing’s British utilities empire

1/23/2015 - This one chart shows what brings the desis to Davos

1/23/2015 - A chastened Uber agrees to play by Delhi’s rules and act like a taxi company

1/23/2015 - Once upon a time, when India was young, this is what Republic Day looked like

1/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Saudi king dies, Japan’s hostage deadline, Chinese executive missing, social squids

1/23/2015 - The security mantra for Obama’s India visit: Yes, we scan

1/22/2015 - Memo to the world: Not every Indian outfit is a sari

1/22/2015 - There is a new Saudi Arabian king, but the world already wants to know who will succeed him

1/22/2015 - Hong Kong’s little-loved leader is one of the world’s best-paid politicians

1/22/2015 - George Soros thinks the future of the European Union is at risk over Ukraine

1/22/2015 - How Google might get you better wireless service—without paying them a thing

1/22/2015 - World leaders, CEOs, investors, and Peter Gabriel: What Davos bigwigs make of the ECB’s “big bazooka”

1/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Europe’s stimulus details, Congo’s internet protests, dead Dollar Wars, China’s giant wall of shame

1/22/2015 - Absolutely everything you need to understand the ECB’s plan to save Europe

1/22/2015 - Smart furniture, multi-touch screens, and parametric modeling are the future of interior design

1/22/2015 - Here are Thursday’s highlights from Davos

1/22/2015 - Infographic: How nations have borrowed and lent over the past decade

1/22/2015 - A complete guide to cheating in American sports

1/22/2015 - Dear Twitter, here are some suggestions tech luminaries have for you

1/22/2015 - Slow inflight Wi-Fi? Barista got your latte order wrong? Let Bill Gates put that in perspective for you

1/22/2015 - Scientists believe we’re the closest to the end of humanity since the Cold War

1/22/2015 - New study finds e-cigarettes could release 15 times more formaldehyde than tobacco

1/22/2015 - This is the most crystal-clear image of space ever taken

1/22/2015 - My attempt to read James Patterson’s new book in the 24 hours before it self-destructed

1/22/2015 - NASA and Microsoft have partnered to make remote work possible on Mars

1/22/2015 - The most important building in American financial history may become a bowling alley

1/22/2015 - The period just went mainstream

1/22/2015 - Not to be by shown up by Silicon Valley, Wall Street wades into bitcoin

1/22/2015 - America has already forgiven the NFL

1/22/2015 - BlackBerry’s interpretation of net neutrality would force developers to build apps for its phones

1/22/2015 - Soldiers’ ration kits tell us a lot about their nations

1/22/2015 - A guide to the major players in today’s high-tech goggle market

1/22/2015 - Claims about the boom in satellite internet schemes, in order of apparent implausibility

1/22/2015 - Why most CEOs will never be Steve Jobs

1/22/2015 - Japan is trying to convince ISIL that its hostage death threats are misinformed

1/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Draghi’s QE announcment, Gates banking disruption, Disneyland measles outbreak, meth drone crash

1/22/2015 - A Muslim finally has the apology the world has been waiting for

1/22/2015 - More than half the world’s leaders have attended India’s Republic Day parade

1/22/2015 - Watch the video of Indian finance minister Arun Jaitley’s pitch at Davos

1/22/2015 - The answer to India’s billion dollar banking problem lies in three easy tweaks

1/22/2015 - How a tiny Bangalore startup became Twitter’s first acquisition in India

1/22/2015 - A short film on the poetic sadness of China’s air pollution, by a censored director

1/22/2015 - Bill Gates says the best thing you can do for kids is read with them

1/22/2015 - Bill and Melinda Gates want to fix another messy global problem: banking

1/21/2015 - The impossible has happened: Air India has turned hipster

1/21/2015 - Microsoft’s Windows 10 will be a free upgrade—because it has to be

1/21/2015 - The five stages of being a Davos woman and a Davos wife

1/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—The ECB’s QE, Canada’s Swiss surprise, Iran’s dark side, golden sewage

1/21/2015 - What the cyber language in the State of the Union means to you

1/21/2015 - Here’s what happened Wednesday at Davos

1/21/2015 - Infographic: The economic impact of 2014’s severe weather

1/21/2015 - This is the difference between Microsoft and Apple

1/21/2015 - Meet Gucci’s new creative director

1/21/2015 - Microsoft wants us all to play with holograms

1/21/2015 - With its new Spartan browser, Microsoft tries to move past Internet Explorer’s checkered legacy

1/21/2015 - A compelling case for bringing back private offices at work

1/21/2015 - Chart: Best new policy ideas from the State of the Union speech

1/21/2015 - This is what Netflix means by “efficient content”

1/21/2015 - Pharrell Williams wants everyone to pay attention to climate change

1/21/2015 - Absolutely everything you need to know about US housing right now

1/21/2015 - This technology could mean the end of our global overfishing crisis

1/21/2015 - India is the world’s second most trusted country by its citizens

1/21/2015 - Can you discriminate without meaning to? The US Supreme Court will decide

1/21/2015 - There’s gold in them thar sewers—tons and tons of it!

1/21/2015 - This telescope will help us find the next 1,000 exoplanets

1/21/2015 - The search engines of the future will be able to see and hear like humans

1/21/2015 - Your Facebook behavior predicts how good you are at tests

1/21/2015 - Here comes Microsoft’s pitch explaining why it’s still relevant

1/21/2015 - Americans have mastered the friendly divorce—but really need to get a handle on custody

1/21/2015 - Yemen’s Houthis are a reminder of Iran’s sectarian agenda in the Arab world

1/21/2015 - The future, according to “Black Mirror”

1/21/2015 - Paris, deeply offended by Fox News, forgets about the right to offend

1/21/2015 - The latest sportsman to sue over a concussion? Skull Von Krush

1/21/2015 - The secret to Amazon’s success in streaming TV

1/21/2015 - Vaccinating a child in a poor country costs nearly 70 times more than it did in 2001

1/21/2015 - Long lines for milk and tampons are sinking Venezuela’s government

1/21/2015 - Robots are getting more like us and famous scientists are concerned

1/21/2015 - Netflix is trying to push the next big eye-grabbing video format into the mainstream

1/21/2015 - Why bright, low-income US students don’t apply to better colleges

1/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s middle-class plan, S&P’s ratings ban, Samsung drops Qualcomm, Davos prognostications

1/21/2015 - Amazon changed the price of the Bible over 100 times in five years

1/21/2015 - Thanks to Alibaba, the world’s largest human migration may go a little smoother this year

1/21/2015 - These are the 10 commandments of Hinduism in the 21st century

1/21/2015 - The sartorial shenanigans of the State of the Union

1/21/2015 - How India rescued its tiger population from the brink—but Modi is risking it all

1/21/2015 - Don’t kid yourself—US manufacturing jobs are never really “coming back” from China

1/21/2015 - Singapore casinos discover there’s no escaping the effects of China’s corruption crackdown

1/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obama’s middle-class plan, S&P’s ratings ban, Netflix’s bumper numbers, Indian tiger comeback

1/21/2015 - Obama wants community college to be “as free and universal” as high school

1/21/2015 - Obama is right—childcare in America is insanely expensive

1/21/2015 - “Feminist” didn’t mean much to me until I was fired in my 9th month of pregnancy

1/20/2015 - So about that Indian GDP growth beating the pants off China…

1/20/2015 - Obama’s plan to fix the modern American economy—and why it won’t work

1/20/2015 - No, tourists aren’t exactly flocking to India since Modi launched visa-on-arrival

1/20/2015 - President Obama’s State of the Union Address

1/20/2015 - We’re live-charting Obama’s State of the Union address

1/20/2015 - #Davosproblems: The financial crisis isn‘t over, and the inequality crisis is just beginning

1/20/2015 - How a small Chicago charity got Malik Bryant’s letter to Santa asking for safety into Obama’s hands

1/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—The ruble’s savior, space investments, Christie’s record, cheap grenades

1/20/2015 - Netflix will start streaming “The Interview” on Jan. 24

1/20/2015 - Netflix is speeding up its plan for global domination as it approaches 60 million subscribers

1/20/2015 - To compete with Apple, the Swiss watch industry will have to swallow some of its pride

1/20/2015 - Davos is still mostly a men’s club

1/20/2015 - Google just got a patent for a modern Polaroid

1/20/2015 - Investors have lost millions backing this humble legume

1/20/2015 - You’re probably using one of these 25 terrible passwords

1/20/2015 - Airbnb will soon be booking more rooms than the world’s largest hotel chains

1/20/2015 - China says it never claimed to be the world’s largest economy

1/20/2015 - Androgyny is now in fashion

1/20/2015 - Business bosses are griping about regulation in record numbers, and that’s a good sign

1/20/2015 - Morgan Stanley is bringing back the Wall Street bonus

1/20/2015 - This is why the internet cares more about 17 French people than 2000 Nigerians

1/20/2015 - Nigeria has record-high interest rates and a currency at record lows

1/20/2015 - American Sniper’s box office success last weekend was driven by the south and midwest

1/20/2015 - Facebook has 1,200 new openings—and not just in social media

1/20/2015 - India is about to beat China as the world’s fastest-growing big economy

1/20/2015 - Here’s what the Asian billionaires struggling to conquer the beautiful game did wrong

1/20/2015 - An MIT professor and Microsoft researcher’s advice for black computer scientists

1/20/2015 - Five reasons to pay attention to Obama’s lame-duck State of the Union tonight

1/20/2015 - Tech predictions for 2015 that you should actually listen to

1/20/2015 - The UK’s topless “page three girls” may be history—and it couldn’t come soon enough

1/20/2015 - The US Olympics 2024 bid logo looks like the Chase Bank emblem

1/20/2015 - Is “Fresh off the Boat” a network sitcom or the rawest, realest TV show about Asian Americans ever? Yes

1/20/2015 - What standardized testing and schools could learn from Target

1/20/2015 - Free college, and other education issues Obama will push at the State of the Union

1/20/2015 - Is “lossless” sound the next big thing in music—or just another marketing stunt?

1/20/2015 - Does Chinese president Xi Jinping really earn just $22,000 a year?

1/20/2015 - Why you might replace your TV with one of these

1/20/2015 - Google is now a more trusted source of news than the websites it aggregates

1/20/2015 - Singapore’s ban on public drinking is really aimed at its low-paid foreign laborers

1/20/2015 - Narendra Modi just averted India’s biggest bank strike in decades

1/20/2015 - Search and sort the list of everyone attending Davos this week

1/20/2015 - Twitter just bought a Bangalore start-up to reach every Indian without a smartphone

1/20/2015 - Imran Khan’s wife’s short skirt is causing more outrage in Pakistan than Charlie Hebdo

1/20/2015 - Don’t expect anything radical from Obama’s visit to India

1/20/2015 - China’s growth just hit a near quarter-century low—and that’s the good news

1/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—BP cries poor, Amazon goes Hollywood, Chinese breakfasts, very short job posts

1/19/2015 - Marine Le Pen’s New York Times op-ed is a knife in the back for France

1/19/2015 - We’ve crossed four of the nine boundaries supposedly separating us from planetary destruction

1/19/2015 - Media companies need to wake up to the digital advertising mess

1/19/2015 - Nearly half of US states have never elected a black person to Congress

1/19/2015 - We have collective amnesia on race; I blame Chris Rock

1/19/2015 - Eighty rich people now have as much wealth as 50% of the rest of humanity combined

1/19/2015 - T-Mobile’s John Legere revealed his sporting hero, and it’s perfectly fitting

1/19/2015 - Yes, your shoes really are getting more expensive

1/19/2015 - The art of the 50-character job posting

1/19/2015 - Following the Paris terror attacks, France’s president is suddenly popular again

1/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama’s tax showdown, China’s stocks tumble, Uber plays nice, SUV revival

1/19/2015 - Why one Chicago school decided to speak up on race and justice

1/19/2015 - John Kerry was right to sing “You’ve got a friend” to France

1/19/2015 - 93% of Italians don’t trust their parliament—and they are right

1/19/2015 - Companies are already stopping employees from using this new app to gossip about work

1/19/2015 - ISIL has forced the price of eggs in Syria up by 1,000%

1/19/2015 - China’s stock market is tanking, and curbs on borrowed money are to blame

1/19/2015 - How Xiaomi plans to take over India’s smartphone market in 2015

1/19/2015 - The Pope weighs in on climate change, saying man “continuously slaps nature in the face”

1/19/2015 - Why the rest of the world doesn’t suffer from leprosy like India does

1/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Obama’s tax showdown, Europe’s anti-terror brigade, the pope on climate change, SUV revival

1/19/2015 - Why this is the perfect time for India to go forth and buy some foreign oil assets

1/19/2015 - Meet the man responsible for kickstarting a new era in Indian football—again

1/18/2015 - Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 1963 “Letter from Birmingham jail” remains relevant today

1/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Obama’s tax showdown, Europe’s anti-terror brigade, the pope in Manila, truck mania

1/18/2015 - Do Apple’s software-quality problems signal management issues?

1/18/2015 - Stay calm, New York has its first $100 million apartment

1/18/2015 - The world is now watching African soccer

1/18/2015 - Flight search data predict which NFL teams are heading to the Super Bowl

1/18/2015 - BBC series “Wolf Hall,” set in 1520, says a lot about television today

1/18/2015 - Hacks to help you stick with your new year’s resolutions

1/18/2015 - Y Combinator’s demographics are representative of its applicant pool, but not of America

1/18/2015 - Simple tricks to make your business look better, from a graphic designer

1/18/2015 - “It’s like a prison for us.” The refugees of South Sudan refuse to be forgotten, no matter how hard the world tries

1/18/2015 - Why India’s finest film composer converted to Islam

1/17/2015 - A short history of soccer shirt sponsors going bust

1/17/2015 - Absolutely everything you need to understand what happened to the Swiss franc this week

1/17/2015 - The future of books looks a lot like the past

1/17/2015 - Cities on Earth evolve in the same way as galaxies in space

1/17/2015 - Nigerians have a lot of issues—but they’re all about one right now

1/17/2015 - America has become a nation of popcorn snobs

1/17/2015 - Nigerian oil tycoon topples Oprah as world’s richest black woman

1/17/2015 - Beware of venture capitalists who claim to know the next big thing

1/17/2015 - Photos: Inside the unlikely place Tibetans are now calling home

1/16/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—the year of deeds, holacracy in action, emotion-sensing phones, algorithmic deities

1/16/2015 - Swiss switch saps stocks

1/16/2015 - 11 essential things to see in Singapore

1/16/2015 - The US Supreme Court will rule on a national right to same-sex marriage

1/16/2015 - Interactive graphic: How nations compete on pay, innovation, and education

1/16/2015 - Explaining Elon Musk’s Hyperloop test track, in extremely basic terms

1/16/2015 - The 12 most important economic charts of the week

1/16/2015 - Sprint is the only telecom backing strong net neutrality rules, and it’s a big deal

1/16/2015 - 2014 was the hottest year on record

1/16/2015 - Satellite images show Boko Haram’s destruction in Nigeria and it’s far worse than anyone realized

1/16/2015 - Hot dog prices haven’t been this high since 1990

1/16/2015 - This is what it looks like when you miss your own revolution

1/16/2015 - The world’s best airlines for the long-haul experience

1/16/2015 - Traders are pushing oil prices back up, but they are getting the market wrong

1/16/2015 - Elon Musk says he is actually building that Hyperloop test track

1/16/2015 - The US got its holiday bonus at the gas pump

1/16/2015 - Elon Musk is spending $10 million to save us from an evil robot takeover

1/16/2015 - NASA just discovered a missing Mars robot, last seen in 2003

1/16/2015 - The early carnage from Switzerland’s currency chaos

1/16/2015 - Even Goldman Sachs can’t get the bond markets right

1/16/2015 - Elon Musk released these explosive photos of a SpaceX rocket crash-landing on a floating platform

1/16/2015 - Swiss pioneers! What unpegging the franc from the euro means for the US dollar

1/16/2015 - That “shopping while black” feeling, charted

1/16/2015 - Diversity is finally getting its due from the stock market

1/16/2015 - The incredibly simple solution to our filthy, filthy offices

1/16/2015 - This is how much it costs to win an Oscar

1/16/2015 - Some people really are better at predicting the future. Here are the traits they have in common

1/16/2015 - Facebook has finally partnered with China’s Alibaba—in India

1/16/2015 - A tiny island nation has more web addresses than the entire UK does

1/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Luxembourg’s Amazon aid, Schlumberger’s job cuts, Carrefour’s sales bounce, smart shoes

1/16/2015 - These four charts capture how deeply Indian companies trust in Modinomics

1/16/2015 - No, Kolkata hasn’t recognized Uber as a technology company

1/16/2015 - How Xi Jinping could spin political gold from Shanghai’s deadly New Year’s stampede

1/16/2015 - Five Hindi books you must read this year

1/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—European edition—Belgium’s anti-terror raid, Schlumberger job cuts, Google halts Glass, smart shoes

1/16/2015 - Why I quit as Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s economic advisor: his tyranny and lies

1/16/2015 - It cost Narendra Modi $100 million to win the Indian election—here’s how he spent it

1/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Belgium’s anti-terror raid, the US-Cuba kick-off, Elon Musk’s big fear, soothing social media

1/15/2015 - The father of the iPod is now in charge of Google Glass

1/15/2015 - Arresting Dieudonné for “defending terrorism” is exactly what he wants

1/15/2015 - If everyone wants to lose weight, why is Weight Watchers struggling?

1/15/2015 - CIA Twitter is at it again, this time tweeting in Russian

1/15/2015 - Update: Instagram says private photos were only public by user choice

1/15/2015 - Porn star Mia Khalifa and the sexual fetish of hijab

1/15/2015 - Paris opens its amazing new concert hall and the architect has a meltdown

1/15/2015 - New York wants to be the world’s pet travel hub

1/15/2015 - A new program to double some food stamps is a bad idea

1/15/2015 - A revolutionarily simple app lets seeing volunteers be eyes for the blind

1/15/2015 - Citigroup wants 90% of its US branches in these seven cities

1/15/2015 - The MOOC model attracting big money from investors

1/15/2015 - China’s shadow banking is back with a vengeance—and it brings bad omens with it

1/15/2015 - Sweden is airing a children’s show that features dancing genitalia

1/15/2015 - Oil’s collapse just achieved some of the big things environmentalists had been hoping for

1/15/2015 - Two climbers have scaled the daunting Dawn Wall of Yosemite’s El Capitan

1/15/2015 - Target’s failure to bring Cherry Coke to Canada helped doom its international expansion plans

1/15/2015 - Does the US government really want to get into the broadband business?

1/15/2015 - Advertisers want to get in your car

1/15/2015 - How 4D modelling by scientists maps a pre-historic earth

1/15/2015 - Bank of America’s mobile deposits are surging

1/15/2015 - Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel lead the 2015 Oscar nominations

1/15/2015 - How regulations from the rotary-phone era could impact the internet

1/15/2015 - This app wants to be the hotel industry’s Uber

1/15/2015 - Tiny Switzerland has thrown a big wrench into global financial markets

1/15/2015 - To avoid detection, terrorists purposely sent emails with spammy subject lines

1/15/2015 - #Alivewhileblack, #crimingwhilewhite, and race’s echo chamber problem on Twitter

1/15/2015 - Putin is about to absorb part of yet another country’s land

1/15/2015 - How cities in Asia could drastically slow climate change

1/15/2015 - A search engine competing with Google by keeping users anonymous just tripled its growth

1/15/2015 - Putin has friends on Europe’s far right and left (but mostly right)

1/15/2015 - Sorry, Obama doesn’t get the credit for the US economy

1/15/2015 - Humanity keeps discovering brilliant new ways to destroy itself

1/15/2015 - Climate change may cost six times more than the US government says

1/15/2015 - Amazon debuts 13 TV pilots today—here are the four you should watch

1/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—BP cuts jobs, India and Switzerland rate surprises, papal visit, Star Wars prosthetics

1/15/2015 - A visual history of how the Indian cricket team’s jersey finally became cool

1/15/2015 - Five ways Filipino Catholics are broadcasting their devotion to Pope Francis

1/15/2015 - All those personalized ponchos bolstered Burberry’s earnings—and gave it a playbook for menswear

1/15/2015 - Once the poor man’s phone maker, India’s Micromax is finally coming of age

1/15/2015 - Taxi-hailing apps like Uber are sparking cab driver strikes across China

1/15/2015 - Raghuram Rajan’s interest rates cut won’t kickstart India’s economy on its own

1/15/2015 - Uniqlo promises to improve life for workers at its factories in China

1/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Samsung-BlackBerry talks denied, India’s surprise cut, new smartphones galore, Star Wars prosthetics

1/15/2015 - Cesarean births in India are skyrocketing—and there is reason to be very worried

1/14/2015 - Is Pepsi using Pope Francis to sell soda?

1/14/2015 - Wind power is beginning to look a lot more economically viable

1/14/2015 - Let’s get real, the West is responsible for what happened to Charlie Hebdo

1/14/2015 - Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is strengthening his grip on America’s pre-eminent newspaper

1/14/2015 - America’s measles-pocalypse is beginning all over again

1/14/2015 - Tesla shares are getting smoked and nobody should be surprised

1/14/2015 - Southwest turned old seat cushions into handbags, and they’re surprisingly cool

1/14/2015 - Why Google pessimists may be mistaken

1/14/2015 - The unanswered questions after AQAP takes credit for the Charlie Hebdo attacks

1/14/2015 - The Ivy Leagues ranked—by alumni Twitter followers

1/14/2015 - Danes have promised their government to have more sex

1/14/2015 - Sea levels are suddenly rising way faster than we realized

1/14/2015 - Chart: Why “Facebook At Work” will fail

1/14/2015 - Pay TV’s two bitter rivals will need to collaborate for the Pacquiao v. Mayweather fight

1/14/2015 - New study says one in 10 cars sold will be driverless by 2035

1/14/2015 - Yes, Charlie Hebdo would have mocked the #JeSuisCharlie charlatans—that’s the point

1/14/2015 - A radically simple way to get kids to eat healthier

1/14/2015 - A mortgage rebound would be absolutely huge for Wells Fargo

1/14/2015 - HBO has a fight on its hands, if it wants to catch Netflix

1/14/2015 - The bitcoin crash is worse than both crude oil and the ruble

1/14/2015 - A company that glitter-bombs your enemies can’t keep up with demand

1/14/2015 - Watch Google Translate decipher foreign signs in real time

1/14/2015 - The “Uberization” of the economy is really about building a better trap for ideas

1/14/2015 - It’s getting less cushy to work for JP Morgan

1/14/2015 - Recent global economic history as told through inscrutable Davos themes

1/14/2015 - David Cameron is doing all he can to avoid pre-election debates, for good reason

1/14/2015 - NASA just sent its astronauts some weird stuff

1/14/2015 - The places in the world that have a burqa ban

1/14/2015 - A rapist wants to play soccer again and the game is failing to cope

1/14/2015 - What US millennials spend on media

1/14/2015 - Why BlaBlaCar’s carpooling plan could skid in India, just like Uber

1/14/2015 - This solar-powered airplane is about to take its first around-the-world flight

1/14/2015 - Holacracy at Zappos: It’s either the future of management or a social experiment gone awry

1/14/2015 - Facebook already has a social network in China—but nobody uses it

1/14/2015 - Tesla’s electric dreams in China are starting to flicker

1/14/2015 - The secret weapon for selling cotton candy around the world: amazing dance moves

1/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—JPMorgan earnings, euro bond buying, Big Tech antitrust, glitter revenge

1/14/2015 - How Zomato plans to eat Yelp’s lunch in America

1/14/2015 - A swarm of incredibly cheap camera drones is buzzing your way

1/14/2015 - China detained an 8-year-old girl and dozens of others for supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests

1/14/2015 - Why India’s founding fathers curbed free speech

1/14/2015 - It’s the media’s duty to republish the controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons

1/14/2015 - Chetan Bhagat’s Half Girlfriend wasn’t India’s favourite book last year

1/13/2015 - 2015: The year everyone at The New Yorker leaves for a tech startup

1/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Charlie Hebdo’s special issue, oil’s deepening decline, Amazon gets Woody, productive goats

1/13/2015 - Pizza Hut is getting on the gluten-free bandwagon

1/13/2015 - The Saudi stimulus will supercharge American consumers

1/13/2015 - This week in central banking: Whatever

1/13/2015 - Flight MH17—searching for the truth

1/13/2015 - Streaming hasn’t killed the radio star

1/13/2015 - Investors haven’t been this spooked by Tiffany since 9/11

1/13/2015 - A free community college program could get millions of Americans into skilled jobs

1/13/2015 - Obama is dodging Elizabeth Warren with a trick they both used against Republicans

1/13/2015 - An Israeli paper photoshopped Angela Merkel and other female leaders out of the Paris march

1/13/2015 - Researchers say babies learn better before sleep

1/13/2015 - Charlie Hebdo’s new cover is a crying Prophet Muhammed

1/13/2015 - Just how huge the biggest sea creatures are—in one amazing chart

1/13/2015 - Someone built a “Choose Your Own Adventure” game out of Twitter accounts, and it’s surprisingly cool

1/13/2015 - The irritating truth about why it’s so tough to switch careers

1/13/2015 - Woody Allen is going to make his first TV show—for Amazon

1/13/2015 - A return to oil at $32 a barrel is no longer unthinkable

1/13/2015 - The UK’s biggest supermarkets are shedding sales, staff, and stores

1/13/2015 - Peyton Manning is backing an online sports network for millennials

1/13/2015 - Public broadcasters around the world are not publishing the new Charlie Hebdo cover

1/13/2015 - Poor Chinese provinces are being forced to send their water to wealthier regions

1/13/2015 - The airline executives standing between you and cheap plane tickets

1/13/2015 - Indian boardrooms are the best at keeping women out

1/13/2015 - The US government is working with Alibaba to keep unsafe toys out of America

1/13/2015 - Why China’s hoped-for baby boom is turning out to be a bust

1/13/2015 - Is Narendra Modi losing the battle of toilets to Manmohan Singh?

1/13/2015 - Apple may have just set another Mac sales record

1/13/2015 - This is how India controlled its once untameable inflation problem

1/12/2015 - Hong Kong is taking on formula companies’ far-fetched “toddler milk” claims

1/12/2015 - Zomato just made its biggest ever acquisition—but the real test starts now

1/12/2015 - Why proton beams are more accurate than X-rays in treating cancer

1/12/2015 - The technology behind the Large Hadron Collider is now being used to treat cancer

1/12/2015 - Meet the Syrian refugees living next door

1/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Ukraine’s ex-leader a wanted man, Afghanistan’s step forward, Detroit’s answer to Tesla, whale-flavored beer

1/12/2015 - Oil just closed below $50 a barrel for the first time in nearly six years

1/12/2015 - Cadbury changed the recipe for creme eggs and Brits say it’s “ruining Easter”

1/12/2015 - Diversity was the big winner at the Golden Globes

1/12/2015 - Paris and the power of online movements

1/12/2015 - Facebook data know you better than your own mother

1/12/2015 - Why does CENTCOM even have a Twitter account for ISIL supporters to hack?

1/12/2015 - The difference between the US and China’s global leadership in one tweet

1/12/2015 - Africa’s best soccer player would rather be known as the best in the world

1/12/2015 - The American Dialect Society’s word of the year is not a word

1/12/2015 - It’s official: Spotify is Taylor Swift-proof

1/12/2015 - I tried a brain-altering wearable that allows users to change their moods on demand

1/12/2015 - France is now Israel’s biggest source of immigrants

1/12/2015 - Finally, wireless earbuds are here

1/12/2015 - It’s beautiful to watch the spread of #JeSuisCharlie across the world

1/12/2015 - ISIL and Al Qaeda: Terror’s frenemies

1/12/2015 - London’s main airports are busier than ever—and something’s got to give

1/12/2015 - The key difference between Africa’s two biggest economies right now

1/12/2015 - The latest Islamic State video shows how hard it is to shut down jihadist propaganda online

1/12/2015 - The management cliche you really can’t afford to ignore

1/12/2015 - The psychology of big personalities will determine our global course in 2015

1/12/2015 - Why female CEOs are more depressed—and how we can change that

1/12/2015 - Pope Francis is about to visit a country with a long history of papal assassination attempts

1/12/2015 - Your private Instagrams weren’t as private as you thought they were

1/12/2015 - China has just banned the burqa in its biggest Muslim city

1/12/2015 - The new trend in startup fundraising: fewer, larger rounds

1/12/2015 - Why an obscure British data-mining company is worth $3 billion

1/12/2015 - Economist Jagdish Bhagwati isn’t exactly elated with Modi’s performance so far

1/12/2015 - White men make up two thirds of the Forbes 30 Under 30 tech lists

1/12/2015 - China’s deepening deflation is making its slowdown much uglier

1/12/2015 - Your Uniqlo skinny jeans may have a dark past

1/12/2015 - Where are India’s hottest startups located and who is funding them, charted

1/12/2015 - What will it take to put the British off their royal family?

1/12/2015 - For one night at least, Amazon reigns supreme over Netflix

1/12/2015 - Modi’s ambitious health policy may dwarf Obamacare

1/12/2015 - GM thinks its 200-mile Bolt can beat Musk’s Tesla Model 3

1/12/2015 - Vibrant Gujarat’s showstopper wasn’t Modi, Ambani or Kerry

1/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Haiti’s future, Paris mourning, Boko Haram, quinoa

1/11/2015 - The remarkable eight years since Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone

1/11/2015 - These BMW laser headlights were the coolest things we saw at CES

1/11/2015 - These are the biggest hypocrites celebrating free speech today in Paris

1/11/2015 - Boko Haram is turning into the next Islamic State

1/11/2015 - GM’s new car is an important inflection point for electric autos

1/11/2015 - The best new tourist attractions on earth, according to Lonely Planet

1/11/2015 - Amazon has three rules for hiring the best people

1/11/2015 - Here’s the simple formula for falling in love with anyone

1/11/2015 - Vibrant Gujarat is proof that the world is in love with Modinomics

1/11/2015 - Indian newspaper deletes Charlie Hebdo cartoons

1/10/2015 - These are the countries that will be fighting to feed you quinoa a few years from now

1/10/2015 - Rupert Murdoch holds all Muslims responsible for “their growing jihadist cancer”

1/10/2015 - A new breakthrough could end our antibiotic crisis

1/10/2015 - Why France’s most famous writer is predicting a Muslim president

1/10/2015 - Identity politics play out on social media after Paris attacks with #JeSuisAhmed and #JeSuisJuif

1/10/2015 - This very scary chart reveals the risky business of China’s bull market

1/10/2015 - A Republican bill to increase deportations sounds like political suicide. That doesn’t mean it will be

1/10/2015 - Global warming is going to change the way shrimp tastes

1/10/2015 - HBO’s top brass reveals the secret to John Oliver’s success

1/10/2015 - London’s world-famous theater industry pays its directors a pittance

1/10/2015 - First the terrorists came for the cartoonists, then they singled out the Jews

1/9/2015 - How the Charlie Hebdo attack and manhunt unfolded day by day, city by city

1/9/2015 - What we are defending when we defend Charlie Hebdo

1/9/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Charlie Hebdo, the great oil treasure hunt, Blair’s friends, Lex’s rules

1/9/2015 - There, there—Uncle Sam is here to take care of all those scary market forces

1/9/2015 - Charlie Hebdo’s gross out cartoons are an ancient French tradition worth preserving

1/9/2015 - Your router could be behind Lizard Squad’s attacks

1/9/2015 - Box is finally moving forward with its IPO

1/9/2015 - Can Uber offer low fares and still pay drivers enough?

1/9/2015 - Now is the worst time to fly to the US from Europe

1/9/2015 - The 11 most important economic charts of the week

1/9/2015 - Interactive graphic: Measuring high-tech productivity from connected nations

1/9/2015 - Only 16% of US community college students go on to earn four-year degrees

1/9/2015 - France is under siege by its own ghosts

1/9/2015 - Lego is partnering with Ferrari, McLaren, and Porsche to make these seriously awesome toy cars

1/9/2015 - $745,000,000 would buy you Europe’s best soccer team

1/9/2015 - Intel has put an entire PC onto a portable stick for you

1/9/2015 - French police have killed three hostage-takers after siege of two sites

1/9/2015 - The December 2014 jobs report

1/9/2015 - Obama wants to send Americans to community college for free

1/9/2015 - We’re live-charting the very strong US jobs report for December

1/9/2015 - A remarkable, 14-year photo project documents the world’s oldest trees

1/9/2015 - Our unlimited vacation policy failed, so we mandated vacation instead

1/9/2015 - The vinyl revival is not about sound. It’s about identity

1/9/2015 - Hey America, here’s when the coldest day of the year usually hits your town

1/9/2015 - United Airlines just put its top lawyer in charge of customer service

1/9/2015 - What cartoonists and terrorists have in common—they got Islam all wrong

1/9/2015 - US oil imports are back where they were in the late 1970s

1/9/2015 - China is stockpiling vast quantities of cheap oil

1/9/2015 - A short history of Tata’s long tryst with Indian aviation

1/9/2015 - New Delhi metro has the perfect solution to New York subway’s “manspreading”

1/9/2015 - Denmark produces 40% of its power from wind—more than any other country on earth

1/9/2015 - China’s Li Ning sportswear brand may be too troubled for even Dwyane Wade to save

1/9/2015 - Four centuries later, there’s a row over a simple question: Who really built the Taj Mahal?

1/9/2015 - Why cricket brings out the worst of India’s free markets

1/8/2015 - Sri Lanka’s election upset just destroyed a linchpin of China’s foreign policy

1/8/2015 - Boston is now the US candidate to host the 2024 Olympics

1/8/2015 - Partner of Charlie Hebdo editor: Charb “is dead, murdered because he drew in a magazine.”

1/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Charlie Hebdo’s brave face, Brazil’s bus fare fury, donuts in China, housewares for the homeless

1/8/2015 - The powerful homage to Charlie Hebdo from the world of sports it ridiculed

1/8/2015 - How the French really feel about Muslims, charted

1/8/2015 - Yes, flu season is worse this year

1/8/2015 - What Muslim scholars have to say about the Charlie Hebdo attack

1/8/2015 - This startup wants to beat Amazon by rejecting its confrontational culture

1/8/2015 - History demands that we refuse to blame all Muslims for the Paris attacks

1/8/2015 - The new US Congress just found a (terrible) way to make deficits disappear

1/8/2015 - Here’s the best investment you could have made over the last two years

1/8/2015 - Definitive proof that a good marriage, especially to your best friend, makes you happier

1/8/2015 - Global warming is making it harder for your plane to fly

1/8/2015 - Hot weather melted the internet this week

1/8/2015 - The TV show “Selfie” is now history—but it’s also the future

1/8/2015 - Before you cut the cable cord, read this

1/8/2015 - Rocket scientists are in love with a goofy rocket simulation game called Kerbal

1/8/2015 - Italians are in a huff about the way British pubs serve prosecco

1/8/2015 - Google’s share of the US search market has fallen to 2008 levels

1/8/2015 - This would be the perfect year for Nike to release those “Back to the Future” sneakers—and it sounds like they might

1/8/2015 - The Mediterranean diet is out, and the Nordic diet is in

1/8/2015 - Bill Gates is commissioning art to remind people why vaccines are important

1/8/2015 - Another victim of the Ukraine crisis: its nascent tech industry

1/8/2015 - Behind the rise of Germany’s anti-Islamic street movement

1/8/2015 - Venture capital has high hopes for US weed start-ups

1/8/2015 - Finally, “Selma” is a film that portrays white Americans as allies, not liberators

1/8/2015 - Beijing cracks down on Uber and its rival taxi-hailing apps

1/8/2015 - Why the tsetse fly might be the cause of Africa’s under-development

1/8/2015 - Just how wide is the preschool attendance gap between kids from the richest US households and the poorest?

1/8/2015 - Why the Coal India strike should never have happened in the first place

1/8/2015 - Charlie Hebdo’s former editor-in-chief: “We have laughed so much, we must continue to laugh.”

1/8/2015 - Manila would like just about everyone to wear diapers for the pope’s visit next week

1/8/2015 - China is bailing out the world’s teetering oil producers

1/8/2015 - Why Xiaomi’s new phone could be in your hands sooner than you think

1/8/2015 - Keep your hair on: Africa is a billion-dollar business for Indian beauty firms

1/8/2015 - Three “big rats” stole 240 iPhones by tunneling into a warehouse in Beijing

1/8/2015 - An Indian cartoonist’s message to Charlie Hebdo—and the world

1/7/2015 - Cartoon: Charlie Hebdo

1/7/2015 - Cartoon: #JeSuisCharlie

1/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—12 dead in Paris attack, Europe’s deflationary funk, fidget detectors, delicious DNA

1/7/2015 - Mercedes has designed a self-driving car and it’s as luxurious as you’d think

1/7/2015 - The far-right reaction to the Paris shootings raises already-high tensions in Europe

1/7/2015 - Charlie Hebdo’s editor-in-chief: “I would prefer to die standing than to live on my knees”

1/7/2015 - The 5 most influential product designs in electronics + communications since 1994

1/7/2015 - What we can tell from what the Paris attackers did—and didn’t do

1/7/2015 - Chart: Things terrorists hate

1/7/2015 - Charlie Hebdo and the quintessentially French art of offensive cartoons

1/7/2015 - America’s airlines are the least punctual on earth

1/7/2015 - Charlie Hebdo has had more legal run-ins with Christians than with Muslims

1/7/2015 - Keurig is using its successful coffee playbook to bring you homemade Dr. Pepper

1/7/2015 - Why T-Mobile’s John Legere can afford to smile, for now

1/7/2015 - Behold! The first economics cliché of 2015!

1/7/2015 - Cartoons flood social media in solidarity with Paris shooting victims

1/7/2015 - Negative inflation is a sign something big is about to happen in Europe’s economy

1/7/2015 - Doctors and nutritionists ranked the most—and least—effective diets of 2015

1/7/2015 - With an election approaching, the UK government plays bad cop

1/7/2015 - Scientists just discovered the most Earth-like planet ever

1/7/2015 - Twelve are dead after gunmen attacked Charlie Hebdo, the French magazine that published Muhammad cartoons

1/7/2015 - California just officially broke ground on America’s first bullet train

1/7/2015 - The problem with starchitect-designed, gravity-defying buildings is that they fall apart

1/7/2015 - Here’s how we blow up the “good enough” internet that everyone secretly hates

1/7/2015 - Business school isn’t a hotbed of entrepreneurship—nor should it be

1/7/2015 - You will be able to touch the internet by 2035, and it will touch back

1/7/2015 - If people will pay $20 a month to watch ESPN online, what will they pay for HBO?

1/7/2015 - Actual words people say to a blonde woman studying engineering at MIT

1/7/2015 - 2014 was hot, hotter, and hottest

1/7/2015 - The top-viewed Wikipedia page for every day of 2014

1/7/2015 - Newly empowered Chinese factory workers are striking and protesting in record numbers

1/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—AirAsia tail found, US pipeline politics, Monster sues Beats, sunblocked grapes

1/7/2015 - China’s economy won’t be riding to the rescue for oil producers any time soon

1/7/2015 - Haruki Murakami will take your questions on cats, jazz, and the Nobel Prize

1/7/2015 - India’s coal strike has cut production by half—and may cause blackouts soon

1/7/2015 - Here is Modi’s belated new year’s gift to non-resident Indians

1/7/2015 - You can buy the world’s most expensive soccer player for just €220 million

1/7/2015 - Oil traders in Europe are amazingly still addicted to Yahoo instant messenger

1/7/2015 - Do Indian insurance ads have a sexism problem?

1/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Istanbul suicide bomber, Shell shells out, America’s rebound, sunblocked grapes

1/7/2015 - Here’s what you need to know to launch a website in India

1/6/2015 - Zuckerberg’s first book club pick is back in stock at Amazon—and has shot up in the rankings by 44,363 spots

1/6/2015 - An Invitation to Connect with Satan at CES 2015

1/6/2015 - Netjets is allegedly battling its pilots by impersonating them on Twitter

1/6/2015 - Here are the airlines rated the world’s safest

1/6/2015 - McDonald’s has run out of French fries in Venezuela

1/6/2015 - Photos: What the contents of Americans’ bags reveal about them

1/6/2015 - Here’s the best time to buy airline tickets in 2015

1/6/2015 - Humanist photos of life in China from a self-taught street photographer

1/6/2015 - Hong Kong’s government has a funny way of explaining the Umbrella Movement to Beijing

1/6/2015 - Sony’s souped-up Walkman costs a cool $1,200

1/6/2015 - Actually, cold weather can give you a cold

1/6/2015 - The bond market is acting like the taper tantrum never happened

1/6/2015 - Twentysomethings: Barely saving, but surprisingly confident

1/6/2015 - Nokia’s $29 internet phone is too little, too late, and too lame

1/6/2015 - US cities are banning sledding because it could be way too expensive not to

1/6/2015 - How big is the sexism problem in economics? This article’s co-author is anonymous because of it

1/6/2015 - The US economy isn’t having a ’90s flashback, it’s having an ’80s flashback…and it’s totally rad

1/6/2015 - The 2000s were the decade Europe’s educated fled their home countries

1/6/2015 - Why China couldn’t corner the market on high-tech metals

1/6/2015 - Watch the SpaceX CRS-5 launch—and attempted booster landing—live

1/6/2015 - How one man’s wild geological treasure hunt could set off a new great oil boom

1/6/2015 - Car buying boomed last year

1/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Verizon-AOL talks, SpaceX launch, smart TV battles, Nokia’s smart dumbphone

1/6/2015 - Charted: India’s telecom auctions have had more damp squibs than hits

1/6/2015 - “Women and children first” is a maritime disaster myth—it’s really “every man for himself”

1/6/2015 - The US Air Force needs way more drone pilots

1/6/2015 - Modi’s all-star Economy XI is finally ready for a long innings, on a tricky wicket

1/6/2015 - We can stop blaming women for the glass ceiling—especially when child care is scarce

1/6/2015 - 10 habits of highly successful people in a digital workplace

1/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Verizon-AOL talks, Hong Kong protestor arrests, smart TV battles, Nokia’s smart dumbphone

1/5/2015 - How China’s economy and an unstable neighbourhood will isolate India in 2015

1/5/2015 - A Verizon-AOL deal would be a bet on the dominance of mobile video

1/5/2015 - ESPN is finally available without a hefty cable package, but the bundle’s not going anywhere

1/5/2015 - CES 2015 is bursting with selfie gadgetry

1/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Even cheaper oil, Germany’s weak inflation, Spaniards find jobs, Sir Sildenafil

1/5/2015 - How the Cold War depleted our oceans and led to Japan’s $37,000 tuna

1/5/2015 - Pope Francis’ historic step to diversify the Vatican’s regionally skewed leadership

1/5/2015 - This fish sold for $37,000 at auction in Tokyo—two years ago it would have fetched $1.7 million

1/5/2015 - Oil’s plunge through $50 a barrel is starting to embarrass the remaining bulls

1/5/2015 - Warren Buffett, corporate raider

1/5/2015 - The nexus of 2015’s geopolitical risks will be found in…Moldova?

1/5/2015 - Nearly half of Americans didn’t take a vacation day in 2014

1/5/2015 - A Syrian refugee’s haunting new album about his journey to Italy

1/5/2015 - The almighty US dollar: Who it helps, who it crushes

1/5/2015 - The real controversy about the coffee “flat white” has nothing to do with Starbucks

1/5/2015 - Young, black globe-trotters are starting a travel movement

1/5/2015 - The first book on Mark Zuckerberg’s New Year’s resolution list is already sold out on Amazon

1/5/2015 - This is the insanely fast, alien-like router of the future

1/5/2015 - Welcome, Republican Congress. Your first priority doesn’t matter anymore

1/5/2015 - China’s rallying stock market could be the cause of this weekend’s bitcoin crash

1/5/2015 - The future of getting arrested

1/5/2015 - “PK” officially is Bollywood’s most successful film ever

1/5/2015 - Why Netflix needs to crack down on foreigners accessing its US site

1/5/2015 - Unlock your creativity this year: Get bored, early and often

1/5/2015 - How you’re going to be working out in 2015

1/5/2015 - Italy’s perspective on international trade in one (ugly) chart

1/5/2015 - An epically miserable flight from Abu Dhabi to San Francisco took 28 hours—including 12 on the tarmac

1/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Xiaomi’s rapid growth, BMW’s China payout, Etihad strands passengers, the war on sledding

1/5/2015 - India’s biggest philanthropist is seven times more generous than the next

1/5/2015 - India’s rare faunas are disappearing faster than scientists can discover them

1/5/2015 - Dear Indian corporate: here is why you need to take social responsibility seriously

1/5/2015 - Why China just censored a busty Tang Dynasty soap opera

1/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Xiaomi’s growh, Etihad strands passengers, Zuckerberg’s book club, the war on sledding

1/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Xiaomi’s growth, Etihad strands passengers, Zuckerberg’s book club, the war on sledding

1/5/2015 - Why Nehru’s Planning Commission didn’t fail India—but Modi’s Niti Aayog might

1/4/2015 - 4 longshot sports business predictions for 2015

1/4/2015 - Right now is the peak time of the year for online dating

1/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—CES gadgets, Downton Abbey, Samsung, social jetlag

1/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—CES gadgets, Downton Abbey, Samsung, social jetlag

1/4/2015 - Photos of the epic Harbin ice and snow festival that’s about to start

1/4/2015 - Xiaomi tripled its shipments and launched a new smartphone

1/4/2015 - Downton Abbey has a hidden class appeal to Americans

1/4/2015 - Mark Zuckerberg has made reading books his 2015 challenge

1/4/2015 - The seven habits of highly confident people

1/4/2015 - On technology optimism and a grim outlook for 2015

1/4/2015 - Archaeologists just uncovered an elaborate shrine for the Egyptian ‘god of the dead’

1/4/2015 - You’re about to see a lot more (legal) versions of “The Scream”

1/4/2015 - Why US egg prices have nearly doubled since September

1/3/2015 - Two-thirds of cancers a matter of bad luck? Not so fast

1/3/2015 - Five charts about US minimum wage increases in 2015

1/3/2015 - San Francisco loves to hate the design of its newest tower

1/3/2015 - Everything I own fits in my backpack—this is how I do it

1/3/2015 - Uber says New York and San Francisco had nothing on Paris for New Year’s Eve stamina

1/3/2015 - Obama’s portrait was highly accurate and made by 3D printing

1/3/2015 - Watch as dozens of companies unveil “revolutionary” wearable devices ahead of the Apple Watch

1/3/2015 - Robert Reich: A college degree is a good value, no matter what people say

1/3/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Prediction season, distrusting bankers, Ebola’s revenge, Google’s philosopher

1/3/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Prediction season, distrusting bankers, Ebola’s revenge, Google’s philosopher

1/3/2015 - Europe has a lot of American football teams and their names are hilarious

1/3/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Prediction season, distrusting bankers, Ebola’s revenge, Google’s philosopher

1/2/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Prediction season, distrusting bankers, Ebola’s revenge, Google’s philosopher

1/2/2015 - The demise of the traditional piano has come

1/2/2015 - Here are the popular routes that will be cheaper to fly this year

1/2/2015 - The seven most important economic charts of the week

1/2/2015 - The politics that died with Mario Cuomo

1/2/2015 - Why US workers won’t get a real raise in 2015

1/2/2015 - The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is entering a new phase that’s less hopeful but more honest

1/2/2015 - Marissa Mayer’s Yahoo is a case study in the toxic nature of stack ranking

1/2/2015 - How 2014 played havoc with geopolitical predictions—including ours

1/2/2015 - How I convince teenagers to love STEM

1/2/2015 - Why Crackle, Sony’s big digital video play, was sidelined for ‘The Interview’

1/2/2015 - There’s a Tinder for jobs

1/2/2015 - What US intelligence predicted the world would look like in 2015

1/2/2015 - India’s private equity last year was worth only half of WhatsApp

1/2/2015 - Why even engineers think working from home is a bad idea

1/2/2015 - 2015 is the year of the Apple Watch

1/2/2015 - Shanghai residents blame a deadly New Year’s Eve stampede on a city crowded with migrants

1/2/2015 - Badaun shows how the police are part of Uttar Pradesh’s unending rape crisis

1/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Migrant ghost ships, global manufacturing gloom, Elon Musk’s divorce, explosive Swiss bridges

1/2/2015 - Only 5% of US iPhone users say they’re very likely to buy an Apple Watch

1/2/2015 - The one Italian industry that has quietly been doing really well

1/2/2015 - The Japanese New Year’s treat that is killing elderly people

1/2/2015 - Japanese deaths outnumbered births by almost 300,000 last year

1/2/2015 - Hong Kong threatens pro-democracy teens with foster care

1/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Migrant ghost ships, Asian manufacturing gloom, reusable SpaceX rockets, explosive Swiss bridges

1/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Migrant ghost ships, Asian manufacturing gloom, reusable SpaceX rockets, explosive Swiss bridges

1/2/2015 - What do Indian car buyers want in 2015? New rides, to begin with

1/2/2015 - How my Facebook wall reacted when I divorced a suitable Indian boy

1/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Korean automaker sales, reusable rockets, maple syrup reserves

1/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Korean automaker sales, reusable rockets, maple syrup reserves

1/1/2015 - Canada’s strategic maple syrup reserve and the economics behind it

1/1/2015 - This is why you should not get that very discounted gym membership

1/1/2015 - Piketty rejects Legion of Honor, vindicates Napoleon

1/1/2015 - It’s over. Stocks beat bonds.

1/1/2015 - 2015 will be the year of SpaceX’s reusable rocket

1/1/2015 - New York is skillfully demonstrating how not to launch a new soccer team

1/1/2015 - Here’s the genius way Coca-Cola employees manage their email

1/1/2015 - Starbucks is finally going to show US coffee drinkers what a “flat white” is. Prepare for controversy

1/1/2015 - Millennial investors take big risks, but it’s older folks who see the biggest gains

1/1/2015 - The 10 most important life lessons to master in your 30s

1/1/2015 - You’ll definitely break your New Year’s resolutions, but it doesn’t matter

1/1/2015 - Uber announces UberFuneral, AirbnUber and 6 more new partnerships

1/1/2015 - Here is what world leaders would look like if they were hipsters

1/1/2015 - The psychology behind New Year’s resolutions that actually stick