3/31/2015 - Huawei’s R&D spend is massive even by the standards of American tech giants

3/31/2015 - Hosting the Winter Olympics in Beijing is a terrible idea

3/31/2015 - Pretty much everyone thinks Tidal is destined to fail… except for Jay Z

3/31/2015 - Six months in, the iPhone 6 Plus is the best computer I’ve ever had

3/31/2015 - No, the alternative to a nuclear deal with Iran is not inevitable war

3/31/2015 - “Gluten Free Museum” Tumblr re-creates iconic images sans grains

3/31/2015 - Xiaomi’s newest products include a connected scale and the company’s cheapest smartphone yet

3/31/2015 - Where Russia and the US see eye to eye: their booming arms export businesses

3/31/2015 - Google patented building robots with personalities

3/31/2015 - Here’s why a 60% drop in US crude oil prices resulted in a 33% drop in gas prices

3/31/2015 - If you weren’t head-hunted or referred, it’s hardly worth applying for that new job

3/31/2015 - How Facebook convinced us we couldn’t live without it

3/31/2015 - The Middle Ages are suddenly cool again

3/31/2015 - Richard Branson’s long, storied history of outrageous April Fool pranks

3/31/2015 - How Common Core is killing the textbook

3/31/2015 - A respiratory virus may be causing mystery paralysis in kids

3/31/2015 - Unemployment rates show the tension between Germany and Greece

3/31/2015 - Why Disney can’t stop making live-action versions of its cartoons

3/31/2015 - Nigeria’s Goodluck Jonathan concedes, saving his legacy, and his country from chaos

3/31/2015 - An accomplished banker with an unfortunate Snapchat habit is calling it quits at RBS

3/31/2015 - Finland is building a huge solar farm in a city with just 3.5 hours of winter daylight

3/31/2015 - The Yoox and Net-a-Porter merger is creating a tech giant as much as a fashion giant

3/31/2015 - The Catholic Church banned honoring the Mafia during Easter processions in Italy

3/31/2015 - ESPN thinks the news website has a future

3/31/2015 - Canada is pushing ahead with alternatives to the Keystone XL

3/31/2015 - Biological tricks from hyenas could allow humans to eat rotten food

3/31/2015 - Muhammadu Buhari is Nigeria’s new president after Jonathan accepts defeat

3/31/2015 - The rise and fall of US labor unions, and why they still matter

3/31/2015 - Mercedes is making a fancy pickup truck—for Europeans

3/31/2015 - Glass architecture is killing millions of migratory birds

3/31/2015 - Photos: Facebook’s new headquarters, designed by Frank Gehry

3/31/2015 - Are American conservatives miscalculating on gay rights?

3/31/2015 - Sludge-slurping microbes are one of the UK’s fastest-growing energy sources

3/31/2015 - Four strategic challenges for Israel’s next government

3/31/2015 - China is about to make its boldest financial reform in years

3/31/2015 - The Iran nuclear talks pivot on one person

3/31/2015 - What I learned about the ‘perfect female body’ from my year as a bodybuilder

3/31/2015 - Being a model minority is a double-edged sword in Silicon Valley

3/31/2015 - Photos: 1930s India seen in Japanese woodblock prints

3/31/2015 - The entire French legal code dating back to Napoleon is now on GitHub

3/31/2015 - The best (and cheapest) places in the world for coworking

3/31/2015 - How spiders might inspire the 3D-printed industrial revolution

3/31/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Iran’s deadline, Nigeria’s results, Net-a-Porter’s merger, safe cycling spray

3/31/2015 - China’s buy-out of corporate Europe, in maps and charts

3/31/2015 - Intimate portraits reveal the details of life as a lesbian couple in Russia

3/31/2015 - This is why it’s sometimes so hard to tell left from right

3/31/2015 - Here’s how the BJP surpassed China’s Communists to become the largest political party in the world

3/31/2015 - Huawei is transforming from alleged cyber threat to household brand name

3/31/2015 - A company can hire almost a dozen Bulgarians for the cost of one Dane

3/31/2015 - Trevor Noah’s ‘Daily Show’ gig is bigger to South Africans than Charlize Theron ever was

3/31/2015 - India’s fiscal 2015, charted

3/31/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Iran’s deadline, Nigeria’s results, confidence boosts, dangerous beards

3/31/2015 - Kashmir is once again unprepared for floods—because politics got in the way of rebuilding

3/30/2015 - McDonald’s is trying all-day breakfast—again

3/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Iran’s deadline, Nigeria’s results, lithium-ion wars, dangerous beards

3/30/2015 - Ellen Pao lost, but women still won

3/30/2015 - It’s important that a South African will host “The Daily Show”

3/30/2015 - Cuba isn’t “open” just because the US says it is

3/30/2015 - Elon Musk knows how to work Twitter

3/30/2015 - Mining companies and lobbyists are waging the real war on coal

3/30/2015 - Half of Syria’s children are not in school, creating dire consequences for the future

3/30/2015 - The digital media comeback story of last year? Myspace

3/30/2015 - Sikhs in the UK have won the right to wear their turbans to work

3/30/2015 - Prada earnings took a nasty hit from China’s anti-extravagance campaign

3/30/2015 - Photos: NASA satellites captured the growth spurt of a baby star

3/30/2015 - Podcast: Will the latest evolution in digital media kill the Hollywood blockbuster?

3/30/2015 - Ben Bernanke has a new blog and he’s using it to defend his record as Fed chair

3/30/2015 - A 17-year-old was just arrested by Singapore police for calling Lee Kuan Yew a “horrible person”

3/30/2015 - Jay Z wants to swim against the tide in streaming music

3/30/2015 - Scientists have created a Google Maps for the human body

3/30/2015 - The UK wants to use its cold seas and rivers to heat a million homes

3/30/2015 - Two industrial titans are duking it out over a technology that could make electric cars mainstream

3/30/2015 - If you’re under 30, you’ve never experienced a really cold month

3/30/2015 - Facebook is building an incredible moat around the future of social with Messenger and WhatsApp

3/30/2015 - More than 100 students of a US for-profit university are refusing to pay their student loans

3/30/2015 - How the lowly fruit fly became a superhero of modern biomedical research

3/30/2015 - The new host of “The Daily Show” is the 31-year-old South African comedian Trevor Noah

3/30/2015 - Nicolas Sarkozy and his soon-to-be “Républicains” are back

3/30/2015 - The alleged drug kingpin behind “Orange is the New Black” has won a Nigerian senate seat

3/30/2015 - Chinese state media deleted their report that a Muslim man was jailed for his beard

3/30/2015 - Photos: Inside China’s unknown mega-city

3/30/2015 - Cheese changed the course of Western civilization

3/30/2015 - The new coalition government in Jammu & Kashmir has a lot in common with Afghanistan

3/30/2015 - It’s getting easier for Americans to rack up credit card debt, but harder to get a mortgage

3/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Tension in Nigeria, France’s swing right, Japan’s economic gloom, sneaker art

3/30/2015 - Cotton, the other globally glutted commodity

3/30/2015 - Deepika Padukone’s video for Vogue is not empowering—it’s hypocritical

3/30/2015 - All of the countries joining China’s alternative to the World Bank

3/30/2015 - Workers at China’s largest athletic shoe maker are poised for another historic strike

3/30/2015 - Timeline: How India’s largest foreign investor decided to pull back

3/30/2015 - Now that votes are in, the dangerous part of Nigeria’s election has begun

3/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Tsunami alert, Nigeria’s election, Japan’s economic gloom, sneaker art

3/29/2015 - Resentful politicians must stop meddling with India’s central bank, or risk disaster

3/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Nigeria voted, Australia celebrates, the anti-Mayweather, bitcoin

3/29/2015 - The US healthcare system isn’t doing enough for vulnerable LGBT communities

3/29/2015 - Pro wrestling’s bold gambit that shocked Wall Street and changed the future of television

3/29/2015 - Meet the “sneaker freaker” who turns shoes into art

3/29/2015 - The solution to Wall Street’s 1960s paperwork crisis could also save bitcoin

3/29/2015 - The anti-Mayweather: The sad, cautionary tale of Audley Harrison

3/29/2015 - This is why you’re afraid of flying—and how to get over it

3/29/2015 - Roger Moore is in a bind over some “unrealistic” black James Bond comments

3/29/2015 - Why my children opt out of standardized testing—and yours should too

3/29/2015 - Brazil is trying to reclaim an enormous cursed emerald from a bickering cast of con men

3/29/2015 - The one thing all confident people know

3/29/2015 - Fourteen secrets of really persuasive people

3/28/2015 - Violence, hacking, and technology fails didn’t keep Nigerian voters from the polls

3/28/2015 - Private companies hope to bring order to the chaos of the Indian milk industry

3/28/2015 - The new James Bond trailer shows Daniel Craig as emotionless as ever

3/28/2015 - France wants to embrace the very American concept of “le doggie bag”

3/28/2015 - Facebook won’t kill journalism. It might even save it

3/28/2015 - The goosebumps test: Science has found the emotion you need to stay healthy

3/28/2015 - Despite two bad choices, Nigeria’s voters have reason for hope

3/28/2015 - The Greeks, money already stuffed under mattresses, may learn their fate this weekend

3/28/2015 - Here’s a graduation ceremony with berets, rifles and parades

3/28/2015 - Dentists will soon be able to 3D print you a new tooth in minutes

3/28/2015 - Eating well may be the new eating disorder

3/28/2015 - Seven ways to keep a startup team on track

3/28/2015 - It got a bit easier to get into a top business school last year

3/28/2015 - Good engineering managers don’t do one job—they have three

3/27/2015 - Ellen Pao has lost her historic gender-discrimination case against Kleiner Perkins on all counts

3/27/2015 - It was a bad week for assets except for copper—and even the news there wasn’t good

3/27/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Nigeria’s election, shopping compulsion, defensive design, teaching evolution

3/27/2015 - The jury in Ellen Pao’s historic gender discrimination suit ruled against her—and was sent right back into deliberations

3/27/2015 - American teenagers are tweeting the questions from nationwide standardized tests

3/27/2015 - Hackers breached Slack’s database containing users’ contact information and passwords

3/27/2015 - Russian entrepreneurs are trying to explain the internet to Vladimir Putin and it’s surreal

3/27/2015 - Reality star Kendall Jenner has been named the new face of Calvin Klein

3/27/2015 - The European Aviation Safety Agency is now recommending two crew members in cockpits at all times

3/27/2015 - Watch: A female rap duo is fighting India’s rape culture with rhyme

3/27/2015 - Is the American offshore cash pile blinding investors to corporate weakness?

3/27/2015 - By 2017, smartphones in America will finally be as cheap as they were in China in 2010

3/27/2015 - Antarctica’s floating ice is melting—and that’s bad for rising sea levels

3/27/2015 - Almost 20% of the electricity the UK produced last year came from renewables

3/27/2015 - Two-thirds of new investors in China’s stock market mega-rally didn’t finish high school

3/27/2015 - Facebook used these optical illusions to explain why virtual reality is really just reality

3/27/2015 - Tim Cook plans to give away all his wealth

3/27/2015 - The 11 most important economic charts of the week

3/27/2015 - Video: President Obama interviews David Simon, creator of the great US series “The Wire”

3/27/2015 - “I dare any one of you to judge me.” US lawmaker says she was raped and had an abortion

3/27/2015 - Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may have been hiding medical issues from his employers

3/27/2015 - Coming to Facebook: immersive virtual reality, so your friends can take that vacation with you

3/27/2015 - This man gets to decide if Africa’s biggest election will run smoothly or ends in recriminations

3/27/2015 - I went to Las Vegas for my MFA and ended up a gambler

3/27/2015 - Americans love their ATMs more than online banking

3/27/2015 - The one chart that shows how India’s media landscape is changing

3/27/2015 - Anyone can be brainwashed by cults like Scientology

3/27/2015 - A new way to attract tourists: fake accents and dying languages

3/27/2015 - Here’s why occasional fasting can help you live longer

3/27/2015 - How come every galaxy isn’t consumed by the black hole at its center?

3/27/2015 - Look out Rockies, watch out Alps—millions of novice Chinese skiers may be headed your way

3/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Japan’s inflation evaporates, Amazon goes hyperlocal, CEOs in crisis mode, invincible drones

3/27/2015 - Here are the best (sort of) Indian venture capitalists in the world

3/27/2015 - Astronaut Scott Kelly will return from a year in space both older and younger than his twin brother

3/27/2015 - Russian cancer patients are killing themselves because they can’t get pain meds

3/27/2015 - In three years, Jeff Bezos’ big bet on India will deliver the goods for Amazon

3/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Japan’s inflation evaporates, Meerkat raises millions, CEOs in crisis-mode, invincible drones

3/27/2015 - How millions of Indians on the internet can fix everything from the dirty Ganga to India Inc.

3/27/2015 - Message from a young Singaporean: First we mourn, then we pick up the fight

3/26/2015 - An open letter to “60 Minutes” criticizes America’s most-watched news show over its Africa coverage

3/26/2015 - All the conflicting things Lufthansa’s CEO needs to communicate in a crisis

3/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—The intentional Germanwings crash, Brazil’s economic sorrows, Iran’s nuclear progress, self-deluded managers

3/26/2015 - Why authorities were so quick to dismiss terrorism as the cause of the Germanwings crash

3/26/2015 - Kraft-Heinz would gather an enormous pile of junk foods that few want to eat anymore

3/26/2015 - Airlines are rushing to adopt new cockpit security rules after the Germanwings crash

3/26/2015 - The Germanwings tragedy proves airlines are failing pilots when it comes to mental health

3/26/2015 - Afghanistan’s fantastic plan for economic success leaves the US on the outside

3/26/2015 - The Germanwings crash wasn’t just suicide, it was mass murder

3/26/2015 - We’re closer than ever to an Ebola vaccine

3/26/2015 - This Facebook page for Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz is apparently genuine, and now a memorial

3/26/2015 - A brief history of pilots deliberately crashing planes

3/26/2015 - Apple’s new music mastermind has been named: Trent Reznor

3/26/2015 - Internal Memo: Zappos is offering severance to employees who aren’t all in with Holacracy

3/26/2015 - Dropping out of Harvard Business School may have been the best decision of this woman’s life

3/26/2015 - The Chinese New Year jinxed Calvin Klein’s 2014 earnings

3/26/2015 - Computers can now get you to buy more stuff by tapping into your emotions

3/26/2015 - What we know so far about Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who “deliberately” crashed the Germanwings plane

3/26/2015 - America’s biggest for-profit college can’t attract students at home, so it’s targeting emerging markets

3/26/2015 - The American kombucha craze, in one home-brewed chart

3/26/2015 - The Germanwings co-pilot intentionally crashed the plane, a prosecutor says

3/26/2015 - Catholic priests are stirring up an epidemic of yogaphobia

3/26/2015 - What customer support over Facebook Messenger looks like from the retailer’s point of view

3/26/2015 - These stunning images of Yosemite’s Half Dome show the severity of California’s drought

3/26/2015 - How Australia knocked India out of the Cricket World Cup—in two charts

3/26/2015 - Some luxury watchmakers are actually cheering on the Apple Watch

3/26/2015 - One thing the US military gets right: childcare

3/26/2015 - Architects are purposely designing uncomfortable park benches

3/26/2015 - Latin America’s middle-income trap

3/26/2015 - Only capitalism can save the planet

3/26/2015 - Designer babies won’t destroy the human race

3/26/2015 - Investors think streaming could take music back to its glory days

3/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Gulf states bomb Yemen, Germanwings pilot absent, Britain debates, baguettes in Pyongyang

3/26/2015 - Do not burn your bridges when you leave a job

3/26/2015 - These are Britain’s most agreeable places. Hint: London’s not one of them

3/26/2015 - This is exactly why likable people are so likeable

3/26/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Gulf states bomb Yemen, Germanwings pilot absent, Britain debates, baguettes in Pyongyang

3/26/2015 - India’s tuberculosis epidemic could be stopped—if only the government had the will

3/26/2015 - The awful truth about post-Taliban Afghanistan, one lynching at a time

3/26/2015 - This video shows how a pilot might have been locked out of the cockpit of Germanwings 9525

3/25/2015 - One Germanwings pilot was reportedly locked out of the cockpit before this week’s fatal crash

3/25/2015 - The first time India played Australia in Sydney, a notorious cricketing term was born

3/25/2015 - Ted Cruz on Obamacare

3/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Heinz buys Kraft, Yemen’s instability grows, Nigeria locks down, baguettes in Pyongyang

3/25/2015 - Everything Facebook announced today at F8

3/25/2015 - President Obama’s video message to Nigerians was patronizing

3/25/2015 - Robots have been running the US stock market, and the government is finally taking control

3/25/2015 - Regardless of how their companies do, male executives win and women lose

3/25/2015 - This has to stop

3/25/2015 - The BBC sacked Jeremy Clarkson of “Top Gear” for assaulting a producer over cold food

3/25/2015 - Brazilian portfolio companies: They’re what you’re having for dinner

3/25/2015 - Fran Lebowitz: Warby Parker copied my glasses and I hate men in shorts

3/25/2015 - Sweden will make a gender-neutral pronoun official by adding it to the dictionary

3/25/2015 - To scare corrupt officials straight, Ukraine arrested two politicians on live TV

3/25/2015 - BlackBerry is about to hit bottom

3/25/2015 - The People’s Republic of Donetsk is becoming a theocracy

3/25/2015 - For Hermès in 2014, leather was hot—watches were not

3/25/2015 - Psychiatrists have finally discovered how to better treat depression

3/25/2015 - What to expect from Facebook’s F8 developer conference

3/25/2015 - France is requiring that new buildings “green” their roofs

3/25/2015 - The story behind the red box that Lee Kuan Yew carried everywhere

3/25/2015 - OK Go made another crazy pop video—for a Chinese furniture store

3/25/2015 - How your startup can win against the series A crunch

3/25/2015 - The five things Buhari should do if Nigeria elects him president this weekend

3/25/2015 - Thailand’s Teflon economy finally seems to be cracking

3/25/2015 - Obama promised to deport felons, not families—but that’s not what’s happening

3/25/2015 - Cold and calculating: Why companies decided to stop rewarding loyal workers

3/25/2015 - Attention celebrity cooking show fans: you’re doing it wrong

3/25/2015 - Here’s what the mammoth new Kraft Heinz Company will look like

3/25/2015 - Here are our favorite startups from the Harvard of tech accelerators

3/25/2015 - “Dressing down” is only a status symbol for the elite

3/25/2015 - There are two Americas for kids now, thanks to income inequality

3/25/2015 - Orange juice’s bull market is actually bad news for OJ producers

3/25/2015 - India has a new one-man venture capital fund—Ratan Tata

3/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Germanwings black box, Kraft for sale, Hermès’ profit, smuggled space sandwiches

3/25/2015 - Robert Shiller on crypto-politics, Piketty, and why efficient market theory is a “half-truth”

3/25/2015 - Climate change will influence American voters more than they think in 2016

3/25/2015 - Unbelievably, the Premier League is becoming profitable

3/25/2015 - Building more flyovers and subways will not solve India’s traffic problems

3/25/2015 - Whatever happened to the great European fracking boom?

3/25/2015 - Burberry’s first-ever Pakistani model is a biryani-loving five-year-old

3/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—European edition—Germanwings black box, Kraft for sale, O2’s buyout, smuggled space sandwiches

3/25/2015 - Scientists have engineered the food that will help save a starving, warming planet

3/25/2015 - Here are three things entrepreneurs want from India’s market regulator

3/25/2015 - Kraft Foods is said to be near a $40 billion takeover by a Brazilian private equity firm

3/24/2015 - Google’s driverless car might come with airbags on the outside, to protect pedestrians

3/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Germanwings crash, Google’s new CFO, Greece’s new deadline, grandmothers dancing

3/24/2015 - Twitter now has its own venture capital fund

3/24/2015 - Wall Street’s infiltration of Silicon Valley is a bad sign for the US economy

3/24/2015 - For Iranians, the best outcome of a nuclear deal is also the least likely

3/24/2015 - The Mayweather-Pacquiao superfight will generate more ticket revenue than the Super Bowl

3/24/2015 - The formula for the perfect Y Combinator startup pitch

3/24/2015 - An olive-tree disease is spreading in Italy, and the rest of Europe is getting anxious

3/24/2015 - Google wants to teach you how to dance with Google Glass

3/24/2015 - American fraternities can’t hide their ugly secrets from social media

3/24/2015 - The canonization of St. Steve of Cupertino

3/24/2015 - The coolest inventions in this year’s White House science fair

3/24/2015 - The fix for being unhappy with your college degree might be another degree

3/24/2015 - The truth about breakfast: you don’t need it

3/24/2015 - NASA wants us all to help name new geological discoveries on Pluto

3/24/2015 - Builders in Europe’s crowded, ancient cities are constantly digging up dead people

3/24/2015 - Future publishing initiatives from the New York Times, following the Facebook deal

3/24/2015 - Apple’s new digital camera patent uses prisms to create more lifelike photos

3/24/2015 - Neither the US nor the UK had any inflation last month

3/24/2015 - The treacherous and remote location of the Germanwings crash

3/24/2015 - Google just stole Wall Street’s most powerful woman

3/24/2015 - With tech startups, Wall Street goes where Silicon Valley leads

3/24/2015 - The one thing you should never give new employees: time to settle in

3/24/2015 - Meet the upstart law student and the rockstar judge who freed India’s internet

3/24/2015 - The latest challenge in design? Create a better way to die

3/24/2015 - In the fight for Puerto Rican statehood, is San Juan the new Selma?

3/24/2015 - An innovative, feminist sex toy just made crowdfunding history

3/24/2015 - Ferguson’s exploitive policing came with an all too common motive

3/24/2015 - A Germanwings plane with 150 people aboard has crashed in the French Alps

3/24/2015 - Angelina Jolie’s surgery means Hollywood will finally have to talk about menopause

3/24/2015 - Peer-to-peer lenders can’t find enough borrowers

3/24/2015 - Nobody cares about the clothes at India’s big fashion week—thanks to Bollywood

3/24/2015 - Tinder is changing the way millennials think about love, one swipe at a time

3/24/2015 - Science fairs aren’t actually preparing your kids to do anything

3/24/2015 - It’s time we stop comparing women’s body shapes to fruit

3/24/2015 - China’s illegal gutter-oil trade could be used to power flights

3/24/2015 - The world’s largest science experiment is about to be restarted

3/24/2015 - The coolest business card we’ve seen lately can start a fire

3/24/2015 - Ebola outbreak could be over by the summer

3/24/2015 - Decades of awkward hugs from Henry Kissinger

3/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Facebook’s media plans, Asian manufacturing slows, Israel’s spying, holy pizza

3/24/2015 - The people who don’t want Kanye West to headline Glastonbury don’t get what a rock star he really is

3/24/2015 - The man behind MakerBot on finding the stories that build your brand

3/24/2015 - Steve Wozniak says world domination by robots could be thwarted by simple physics

3/24/2015 - To understand why West Africa is finally teaming up against Boko Haram, follow the money

3/24/2015 - The Islamic State’s success in Indonesia has Hong Kong worried

3/24/2015 - How Nigeria presidential challenger Buhari went from ‘ruthless ex-dictator’ to ‘weak leader’

3/24/2015 - The full timeline of Subrata Roy’s eventful—and frustrating—year in Tihar Jail

3/24/2015 - Bihar’s cheating fiasco was shameful—but stop mocking those parents because it’s not their fault

3/23/2015 - It looks like the Chinese slowdown is finally here—for real this time

3/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Pakistani drones, Parisian air, Ebola’s demise, papal pizza

3/23/2015 - It took a decade, but mobile video is finally exploding

3/23/2015 - The Air Force might have to protect money laundering in space

3/23/2015 - What we can learn from the tragicomic affair of Chinua Achebe’s Twitter “re-death”

3/23/2015 - Sarah Silverman’s rape tips for men really annoyed a lot of men

3/23/2015 - Why European stocks are one of the world’s best bets this year

3/23/2015 - With a few tweaks, Airbnb could disrupt yet another multibillion-dollar industry

3/23/2015 - A heart-wrenching photo of a doctor crying went viral—here’s why

3/23/2015 - Coming to Slack: the ability to fav messages with emoji

3/23/2015 - Why Arab armies won’t save Yemen

3/23/2015 - A Finnish company now owns America’s most iconic baseball brand, Louisville Slugger

3/23/2015 - The rise of intolerance in French politics, mapped

3/23/2015 - China’s heating up twice as fast as the rest of the world

3/23/2015 - One hedge fund is jumping into the debate over the future of music

3/23/2015 - A WHO report says a Monsanto weed killer ingredient is probably causing cancer

3/23/2015 - A coverage dispute between Uber, Lyft, and insurers leaves drivers exposed

3/23/2015 - The changing state of American fast food in charts

3/23/2015 - Could the Arctic be the next Crimea?

3/23/2015 - Costa Rica is now running completely on renewable energy

3/23/2015 - Nike is fighting three legal battles to protect the brand’s design soul

3/23/2015 - Amazonian hunters are helping unravel the mysteries of the male brain

3/23/2015 - Richard III—warrior king, hunchback, possible child-killer—is finally getting the royal send-off after 530 years

3/23/2015 - The Femina Miss India pageant has little to do with Indian women—or Indian beauty

3/23/2015 - An ancient technology is helping India’s “water man” save thousands of parched villages

3/23/2015 - Silicon Valley, please don’t forget the rest of America

3/23/2015 - How to kill a doctor

3/23/2015 - The music industry wants to fight the internet again—and it’s probably going to lose

3/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Lee Kuan Yew’s death, Ted Cruz runs, weedkiller warning, Boeing’s force field

3/23/2015 - Watch the videos that TED uses to reset your brain

3/23/2015 - How much more popular is Uber than Lyft? Here’s a clue, using Venmo data

3/23/2015 - Meet the gene that keeps your brain young

3/23/2015 - NASA’s new ion engine is already in space and could someday be used on a mission to Mars

3/23/2015 - Bali’s bamboo architecture is sustainable—and spectacular

3/23/2015 - Can those little shampoo packets help Micromax become one of the world’s top five phone makers?

3/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Lee Kuan Yew’s death, Ted Cruz runs, weedkiller warning, spring is getting shorter

3/23/2015 - India will have a new airline soon—and God’s own country will own it

3/22/2015 - Lee Kuan Yew inspired hopeful autocrats near and far

3/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Lee Kuan Yew, Greece and Germany, Ted Cruz, Kendrick Lamar

3/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Lee Kuan Yew, Greece and Germany, Ted Cruz, Kendrick Lamar

3/22/2015 - How Lee Kuan Yew made Singapore the most prosperous, efficient, and quirkily repressive country in Asia

3/22/2015 - Lee Kuan Yew’s Singapore, charted

3/22/2015 - Creating Singapore: The life of Lee Kuan Yew

3/22/2015 - Kendrick Lamar and Beyoncé are saving the album format

3/22/2015 - Tanzania’s president is warning his country terrorists may be in their midst

3/22/2015 - Serragghia is the new obscure wine that will wow your oenophile friends

3/22/2015 - Frank Bruni is wrong about Ivy League schools

3/22/2015 - Kanye’s upset victory over Chanel shows personalities trump brands

3/22/2015 - It’s time to join the ugly food movement

3/22/2015 - In France’s local elections, 50% of winners are guaranteed to be women

3/22/2015 - Watching TV with your kids is a really great thing to do

3/22/2015 - How to win against every kind of bad boss there is

3/22/2015 - If Nigerians change their government next Saturday, it will be a boost for African democracy

3/21/2015 - Paris is taking rare steps to cut car traffic as pollution persists

3/21/2015 - Goodbye, math and history: Finland wants to abandon teaching subjects at school

3/21/2015 - Britain is now seizing teenagers’ passports to prevent them from fighting in Syria

3/21/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The shifting world economy, space-suit fashion, the new Cairo, yield curve magic

3/21/2015 - American Airlines is playing better music onboard, thanks to your Twitter complaints

3/21/2015 - Consumer culture has found its perfect match in our mobile-first, fast-fashion lifestyles

3/21/2015 - Social media is huge in the Phillipines—and many other emerging economies

3/21/2015 - All is not lost in ISIL’s attempt to smash the past

3/21/2015 - All the reasons why emotionally intelligent people are so happy at work

3/21/2015 - Quit. Or pivot. Whatever: You’ll be happier and figure out what you’re really good at

3/21/2015 - History is proof most Hindus never had any beef with beef

3/21/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The shifting world economy, space-suit fashion, the new Cairo, yield curve magic

3/20/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The shifting world economy, space-suit fashion, the new Cairo, yield curve magic

3/20/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The shifting world economy, space-suit fashion, the new Cairo, yield curve magic

3/20/2015 - Stop fighting it: sweatpants have already won

3/20/2015 - The markets clearly liked the look of the UK this week

3/20/2015 - An astronomer explains the science behind what the spring equinox actually is

3/20/2015 - HTC is banking on a female CEO to steer the company back on track

3/20/2015 - ISIL’s deadly string of attacks may actually have little to do with ISIL

3/20/2015 - Here’s the recipe Netflix uses to make binge-worthy TV

3/20/2015 - Watch: Arctic sea ice levels dropped to a record low

3/20/2015 - Happiness is a great metric for success, but how do we measure it in an unequal world?

3/20/2015 - The science of why stepping on Legos makes you want to die

3/20/2015 - Foreign tourists in the US can’t buy Tiffany’s jewelry like they used to

3/20/2015 - One in 10 bees crucial to Europe’s ecosystem are threatened with extinction, and it’s only getting worse

3/20/2015 - Video: The full solar eclipse

3/20/2015 - The 12 most important economic charts of the week

3/20/2015 - Brazil’s leaders should be nostalgic about the US “currency war”

3/20/2015 - Mexican farmers are trucking produce into an Arizona town—where tons of it gets thrown into landfills

3/20/2015 - NASA has discovered a weird, never-before-seen aurora and a mysterious dust cloud around Mars

3/20/2015 - Russian soldiers describe their adventures annexing Crimea

3/20/2015 - The emoji of Venmo: food, booze, partying, and, occasionally, rent

3/20/2015 - Can China have its own Saturday Night Live?

3/20/2015 - This is how Cirque du Soleil reinvented the circus

3/20/2015 - The best medical images of the year are these strange and beautiful nano photos

3/20/2015 - On the one-year anniversary of his imprisonment in Swaziland, a letter from human-rights lawyer Thulani Maseko

3/20/2015 - Why countries that recognize Palestinian statehood turn their backs on Kosovo

3/20/2015 - What if restaurants billed like hospitals?

3/20/2015 - I wish Dolce and Gabbana could meet my lesbian moms

3/20/2015 - What Americans really want when they go camping: free Wi-Fi at the campsite

3/20/2015 - The artist who showed you what space looks like

3/20/2015 - Right now, Indian CEOs are the most optimistic in the world

3/20/2015 - After cows and bullet-proof cars, now order your next yacht online

3/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Cement deal unstuck, Tiffany earnings, Malcolm Fraser dies, Clapton in Sanskrit

3/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Cement deal unstuck, Tiffany earnings, Malcolm Fraser dies, Clapton in Sanskrit

3/20/2015 - Conservationists are trying to save rhinos by growing their horns in a lab

3/20/2015 - Chinese drinkers now put away more than the Irish, the Brits, and the Aussies

3/20/2015 - “Would you die here?” and other questions for the future of architecture

3/20/2015 - The stalled Alibaba-Snapdeal deal is proof India’s e-commerce valuations are insane

3/20/2015 - The size of an apartheid leader’s statue tells you everything you need to know about race and South Africa

3/20/2015 - Reuters is the latest foreign news outlet to feel the wrath of China’s censors

3/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Cement deal unstuck, Amazon’s drones, Malcolm Fraser dies, Clapton in Sanskrit

3/20/2015 - Food and fear keeps millions of foreign Muslims from visiting India’s marvellous mosques

3/19/2015 - Nike is obsessed with basketball, too

3/19/2015 - The US almost sued Google in 2012 for the same reasons Europe is now investigating the search giant

3/19/2015 - Amazon can now start testing out a drone delivery system in the US

3/19/2015 - Indian parents are scaling walls to help their kids cheat because economics

3/19/2015 - The great unbundling: Canada is forcing cable operators to let people pick their channels

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Tesla on autopilot, TAG Heuer’s smartwatch, the solar eclipse, cosmic submarines

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Tesla on autopilot, TAG Heuer’s smartwatch, the solar eclipse, cosmic submarines

3/19/2015 - The FBI is investigating the death of a black man found hanging from a tree in Mississippi

3/19/2015 - Seventeen years later, Monica Lewinsky has taken on the culture of humiliation—and won

3/19/2015 - The Kremlin claims Putin doesn’t watch “House of Cards”

3/19/2015 - The breakout act at SXSW this year was … Paul Krugman

3/19/2015 - Elon Musk says the Tesla Model S will soon be self-steering

3/19/2015 - Someone should tell Dan Loeb that Tad Smith will never turn Sotheby’s into the next Gucci

3/19/2015 - People in developing nations think the internet is bad for morality

3/19/2015 - Why Swiss smartwatches have no chance against the Apple Watch

3/19/2015 - This is Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s feminist explanation of Passover

3/19/2015 - Syrian rebels’ homemade weapons are getting bigger

3/19/2015 - Britain’s media is shrouded in a toxic smog

3/19/2015 - Elon Musk says “range anxiety” is a mental problem

3/19/2015 - Does Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz have a white savior complex?

3/19/2015 - This new Gucci smartwatch already looks old

3/19/2015 - 10,000 years of war and immigration captured in this DNA map of Britain

3/19/2015 - Slack is launching on Windows so it can really take over the workplace

3/19/2015 - The miracle economy of the southern hemisphere is not Australia

3/19/2015 - Nearly two-thirds of the world’s patent applications come from three countries

3/19/2015 - This year’s “boss button” for the NCAA March Madness livestream is the best yet

3/19/2015 - Russian retail sales fell off a cliff last month

3/19/2015 - A bunch of US Congress members are wonking out with the nerds at SXSW

3/19/2015 - Pharrell finally speaks out on ‘Blurred Lines’ copyright verdict

3/19/2015 - Palestinians will ride Netanyahu’s coattails right into statehood

3/19/2015 - Austria has the most bullying in the Western world, Sweden has the least

3/19/2015 - Photography is now welcome at Paris’s Musée d’Orsay (but selfie sticks are still banned)

3/19/2015 - A trial balloon floats up from the Iranian nuke talks in Lausanne

3/19/2015 - What’s missing from this 13-year-old girl’s iPhone home screen?

3/19/2015 - Why human rights objections to China’s version of the World Bank ring false

3/19/2015 - The US law schools hit hardest by people not wanting law degrees anymore

3/19/2015 - The world’s largest democracy just can’t fix its political funding system

3/19/2015 - Netanyahu and the US Congress will make an Iran deal much harder to reach

3/19/2015 - A new bill would make the Canadian national anthem as feminist as it was in 1908

3/19/2015 - Flexible working hours can help you sleep more—or at least feel like you did

3/19/2015 - Science: Sunny days make British office workers sad

3/19/2015 - The first two months of 2015 are already the warmest on record

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Lufthansa’s strike, Sharp’s job cuts, Target’s payout, shadowless buildings

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Lufthansa’s strike, Sharp’s job cuts, Target’s payout, shadowless buildings

3/19/2015 - Badass Bangalorean: Meet Uber’s first female cab driver in India

3/19/2015 - Forget flash sales—Flipkart and Snapdeal have a new obsession

3/19/2015 - Using a smartphone may make you smarter

3/19/2015 - Data show that terror attacks aren’t just more frequent—they’re more deadly

3/19/2015 - Soon you’ll be able to taste the paintings at the Tate

3/19/2015 - How traffic jams, elusive voter cards and apathy could give Goodluck Jonathan the Lagos prize

3/19/2015 - Britain’s next government will be a coalition of parties that hate each other

3/19/2015 - Buzzfeed’s tasteless humor makes it an unlikely hero for free speech in India

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Lufthansa’s strike, Sharp cuts jobs, Target’s payout, shadowless buildings

3/19/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Lufthansa’s strike, Sharp cuts jobs, Target’s payout, shadowless buildings

3/19/2015 - These ten guys aced the IIT entrance exam. Here’s what they’re doing after graduation

3/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Terror in Tunisia, GM’s Russia problem, Germany bans Uber, shadowless buildings

3/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Terror in Tunisia, GM’s Russia problem, Germany bans Uber, shadowless buildings

3/18/2015 - The latest Republican budget is a flashing red warning sign for the next debt limit fight

3/18/2015 - Madewell’s outsized growth shows it’s the new J. Crew for cool kids

3/18/2015 - Dilma’s approval ratings are the worst for a Brazilian president since 1992—and that president was impeached

3/18/2015 - The Fed sounds slightly worried about the strong US dollar

3/18/2015 - What you have to earn to be rich in cities across the US

3/18/2015 - South by Free Stuff

3/18/2015 - How did Netanyahu win?

3/18/2015 - Kraft issued a huge recall of macaroni-and-cheese after finding a batch laced with metal

3/18/2015 - SpaceX’s only competitor needs Russia’s help to survive

3/18/2015 - Chart: How Netanyahu’s sharp turn right won him the Israeli election

3/18/2015 - China’s debt situation is genuinely scary—and getting worse

3/18/2015 - The Chinese stock market is increasingly divorced from reality

3/18/2015 - Microsoft is giving software pirates free copies of Windows 10

3/18/2015 - The diseases that are driving up American drug spending

3/18/2015 - More than 20 people are dead in an attack on a Tunisian museum

3/18/2015 - See how your brain morphs when you learn physics

3/18/2015 - StoryCorps, the beloved US oral history project, is now going global

3/18/2015 - The level of black unemployment in the US is crisis-level for everyone else

3/18/2015 - Britain’s new 12-sided £1 coin was designed by a teenager

3/18/2015 - China grew its economy last year without any extra coal

3/18/2015 - If you have to be a first-time founder, here’s the advice you need to read

3/18/2015 - Babies who breastfeed have higher IQs and get paid more as adults

3/18/2015 - Learning from mistakes can change your fortune—or earn you one

3/18/2015 - Why it’s so easy for Russians to believe a Chechen killed Boris Nemtsov

3/18/2015 - Ogilvy Africa CEO: Never underestimate a black woman in the boardroom

3/18/2015 - A password like “adgjmptw” is nearly as bad as “123456”

3/18/2015 - Seven questions with the CEO who gets paid to know what every celebrity is worth

3/18/2015 - Why the world needs a Kodak smartphone

3/18/2015 - Computers can now predict violent outbreaks around the world

3/18/2015 - The shrinking islands of the world’s largest mangroves have triggered a refugee crisis

3/18/2015 - Starbucks needs to have a conversation with itself about race

3/18/2015 - Treating cancer becomes 10% more expensive for Americans every year

3/18/2015 - Apple vs. Comcast has the makings of a great corporate rivalry

3/18/2015 - An artist is using the humble yellow legal pad as a secret weapon of protest

3/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Netanyahu’s victory, another health-insurance hack, the Fed’s forecasts, baritone horses

3/18/2015 - Internet Explorer’s demise is great news for Google’s Chrome browser in China

3/18/2015 - PlayStation wants to be the new Netflix, but that will never happen

3/18/2015 - How and where to see Friday’s total eclipse of the sun

3/18/2015 - India wants to train thousands of journalists in government propaganda, just like China

3/18/2015 - Nigeria is retaking most of Boko Haram’s territory, but it still can’t find the missing Chibok girls

3/18/2015 - 451 Indian companies have two weeks to find women directors—or face the music

3/18/2015 - A comprehensive guide to India’s new insurance laws

3/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Netanyahu’s victory, ECB protests, Fed forecasts, horse baritones

3/17/2015 - Narendra Modi says his fashion sense is a gift from God

3/17/2015 - Five takeaways from the Israeli exit polls

3/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—smart EU cars, ConocoPhillips cuts, White House 2.0, Japanese speed dating

3/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—smart EU cars, ConocoPhillips cuts, White House 2.0, Japanese speed dating

3/17/2015 - Brazil’s Petrobras scandal has finally reached Dilma Rousseff’s inner circle

3/17/2015 - The latest version of James Bond looks like Steve Jobs

3/17/2015 - You’ll soon be able to send money through Facebook Messenger

3/17/2015 - China’s economic fugitives can’t go home again

3/17/2015 - The internet is ridiculing the new Starbucks ‘race together’ campaign

3/17/2015 - The United Arab Emirates barred entry to an NYU professor who badmouthed the country’s labor practices

3/17/2015 - The Silk Road trial has ended, but it’s far from over

3/17/2015 - Google’s new patent could turn any flat surface into a virtual keyboard

3/17/2015 - Nigeria’s Jonathan doesn’t need good luck for votes in his Delta region stronghold

3/17/2015 - Chanel is making its bags equally expensive around the world

3/17/2015 - Netanyahu may lose today, but Israel’s politics still won’t change overnight

3/17/2015 - The mysterious internet mishap that sent data for the UK’s nuclear program to Ukraine

3/17/2015 - OPEC expects to run US shale out of the market by the end of the year

3/17/2015 - US housing starts stuttered in freezing February

3/17/2015 - Twitter’s latest experiment in music is with Rhapsody

3/17/2015 - It’s not just climate-change deniers—conservatives and liberals distrust science equally

3/17/2015 - Craft beer, e-cigarettes, and melons are hot in the UK this year, according to statistics nerds

3/17/2015 - Photos: NASA captures Ireland, in all its glory, from space

3/17/2015 - For the US, funding the Chadian military to fight Boko Haram could backfire

3/17/2015 - Microsoft is scrapping Internet Explorer

3/17/2015 - Photos: A “calligraffiti” artist tags buildings with beautiful Arabic calligraphy

3/17/2015 - Companies run by women perform better

3/17/2015 - Child-rearing in the digital age is driving parents crazy

3/17/2015 - Craft brewers gulped a record share of the US beer market in 2014

3/17/2015 - Data scientists have isolated the exact times a Yellow Taxi is a better deal than an Uber

3/17/2015 - Nike is one step closer to outfitting the NBA

3/17/2015 - Meet the creative underclass of the tech industry

3/17/2015 - The space suit you could be wearing a few years from now is being designed in a small workshop in Brooklyn

3/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Israel’s election, Apple’s TV service, Nintendo goes mobile, Merkel’s robot handshakes

3/17/2015 - After a tough week, India’s sixth-richest man finally has something to smile about

3/17/2015 - China says it’s kicking Western values out of universities, but what about socialism?

3/17/2015 - Nintendo is finally bringing Mario to your smartphone

3/17/2015 - South Africa’s botched circumcisions led to surgeons performing the first penis transplant

3/17/2015 - First they came for the women. Then they came for the Christians. Then they came for the nuns.

3/17/2015 - American companies are running out of places to stash their insane pile of cash

3/17/2015 - Women candidates in the Israeli election, charted

3/17/2015 - Apple is feuding with Comcast, and may not include its channels in its upcoming streaming TV service

3/17/2015 - Step aside, Germany—China is now the world’s third-largest arms exporter

3/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Israel’s election, Apple’s TV plans, Pinterest’s valuation, Merkel’s robot handshakes

3/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Israel’s election, Apple’s TV plans, Pinterest’s valuation, Merkel’s robot handshakes

3/17/2015 - China’s slowdown has suddenly become a “fiscal shock”

3/17/2015 - What I learned from Suzette Jordan, India’s most famous rape survivor—and my mother

3/17/2015 - Watch a new 3D printing technique create intricate objects from a pool of goo

3/16/2015 - Wind farms are making the North Sea one of the world’s most overcrowded bodies of water

3/16/2015 - Interactive graphic: What does road safety look like around the globe?

3/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Putin’s flexing his muscles, Saudi Arabia wants to enrich uranium, Egypt’s ambitious goals

3/16/2015 - Uber’s CFO is leaving… Let the IPO speculation begin

3/16/2015 - Poo’s clues: what sewage can tell us about public health

3/16/2015 - Starwood’s St. Regis will open a 6 million-square-foot ‘polo resort’ in Dubai

3/16/2015 - Dolce and Gabbana’s anti-gay-parenting comments reflect a conservatism they’ve advertised for years

3/16/2015 - Only one company has a chance to end Facebook’s dominance over news apps

3/16/2015 - Critics say Obama has set off a fire sale of US firms to foreign buyers. So far, they’re wrong

3/16/2015 - Microsoft is making it easy for casual fans to pick a better NCAA bracket

3/16/2015 - Google’s autocomplete is now an addictive “Family Feud”-type game

3/16/2015 - Why listening to music is good for your health

3/16/2015 - Robert Durst, “The Jinx,” and the true meaning of true crime

3/16/2015 - Climate change is putting your morning coffee at risk

3/16/2015 - Facebook redefines nudity to exclude breastfeeding shots, but rear ends are still off limits

3/16/2015 - The most important new information about the US economy: February was cold.

3/16/2015 - Study: Americans are mostly OK with the government’s online snooping

3/16/2015 - China admits it’s struggling to hit its growth target for the first time in years

3/16/2015 - Elon Musk’s coolest trick: software updates that tune-up your Tesla without it ever leaving your garage

3/16/2015 - America’s longest autonomous drive—from California to New York—starts this weekend

3/16/2015 - The oil bounce is over

3/16/2015 - Ripples around our galaxy suggest it’s way bigger than we originally thought

3/16/2015 - This internet address costs $2,500 annually—and it sucks

3/16/2015 - A new book predicts the future of design based on Adobe’s giant worldwide crowd-sourced cache

3/16/2015 - Hiring in tech should prioritize skill, not charisma

3/16/2015 - As world leaders debate Beijing equality, five Chinese feminists remain behind bars

3/16/2015 - By taking funds from public banks, Modi has given India’s private lenders a massive boost

3/16/2015 - You are almost certainly starting salary negotiations wrong

3/16/2015 - Students in New Delhi are venting about sexism—on sanitary napkins

3/16/2015 - As a cyclone struck Vanuatu, its leader was in Japan discussing the dangers of climate change

3/16/2015 - Vladimir Putin has finally made his first public appearance after a mysterious absence

3/16/2015 - The highest-paid woman in America is working on robot clones and pigs with human DNA

3/16/2015 - China put its crackdown on foreign tech companies on hold—for now

3/16/2015 - Why Venezuela is the world’s worst performing economy, in three charts

3/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Putin’s mystery whereabouts, Blackstone’s skyscraper, Rousseff impeachment demands, marsupial selfies

3/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Putin’s mystery whereabouts, Blackstone’s skyscraper, Rousseff impeachment demands, marsupial selfies

3/16/2015 - If you get a raise this year, thank a politician

3/16/2015 - Is Narendra Modi the lifeguard who can rescue India’s ports and shipyards?

3/16/2015 - Hiring ex-Apartheid mercenaries by Nigeria is awkward for modern South Africa

3/16/2015 - Is India Inc. losing faith in Modi’s magic?

3/16/2015 - Putin’s disappearance is worrying, no matter when—or if—he resurfaces

3/16/2015 - Vladimir Putin remains missing, and no one is sure what’s going on

3/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Putin’s whereabouts, protests in Brazil, China’s painful reforms, marsupial selfies

3/16/2015 - Why India’s economy isn’t imploding like every other emerging market

3/16/2015 - Big fairs like Art Basel Hong Kong are great for business, but bad for art

3/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Vladimir Putin’s whereabouts, Brazil’s public ire, the US debt limit dance, marsupial selfies

3/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Vladimir Putin’s whereabouts, Brazil’s public ire, the US debt limit dance, marsupial selfies

3/15/2015 - Mattel’s new “Hello Barbie” records kids’ voices and sends the intel back to corporate

3/15/2015 - Women’s colleges are right to admit trans women, and not men

3/15/2015 - Watch: An eagle in Dubai claims a world record for highest flight, captures it all on camera

3/15/2015 - How to manage up without ever leaving your cubicle

3/15/2015 - American women can finally expect equal pay—in the year 2058

3/15/2015 - Fan-girls are driving a run on secondhand yoga pants

3/15/2015 - Nigeria can beat Boko Haram with mercenaries but it won’t win the vote for Jonathan

3/14/2015 - The other irrational numbers we could celebrate instead of pi

3/14/2015 - Ebola is waning in West Africa, but the stigma will haunt the economy for years

3/14/2015 - Hillary Clinton’s email, and the pitfalls of transparency, accountability, and trust

3/14/2015 - If people want to throw away a $17,000 gold smartwatch, let them

3/14/2015 - Start your morning off right—with a trip to the pub

3/14/2015 - The real moral of “Cinderella” that everyone’s missing

3/14/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Apple gold watch, Swansea’s tides, Selma’s legacy, pseudoscience

3/14/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Apple gold watch, Swansea’s tides, Selma’s legacy, pseudoscience

3/14/2015 - Meet Afghanistan’s first woman taxi driver, who sleeps with a hunting rifle

3/14/2015 - India is copying China’s online censorship model—and miserably failing

3/14/2015 - The Michael Graves designs you didn’t know about

3/14/2015 - It was risky as hell, but the crazy thing is that Hillary Clinton’s home email server actually worked

3/14/2015 - Those evil GMOs aren’t as evil as you think

3/14/2015 - Data proves that Kendall Jenner is a one-person perfect storm on social media

3/14/2015 - Pi Day is silly, but π itself is mysterious and universal

3/14/2015 - 20,000 Chinese babies are abducted each year—is the one-child policy to blame?

3/14/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Apple gold watch, Swansea’s tides, Selma’s legacy, pseudoscience

3/13/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—The Apple gold watch, Swansea’s tides, Selma’s legacy, pseudoscience

3/13/2015 - The euro’s drop made markets pop this week

3/13/2015 - Read this university president’s candid reaction on Twitter to frat-house racism on his campus

3/13/2015 - Wet wipes are wreaking havoc on our sewers

3/13/2015 - Pope Francis’s announcement of an extraordinary jubilee is great news for Italy’s economy

3/13/2015 - Photos: NASA released images of the three-headed cyclone monster swarming the South Pacific

3/13/2015 - Traditional Chinese medicine is getting a voice at the World Health Organization

3/13/2015 - I’d like to clarify a few previous comments about my war experience

3/13/2015 - Exclusive: take a first look at the next generation ebola-protection suit

3/13/2015 - The island nation of Vanuatu is getting slammed by a terrifying cyclone

3/13/2015 - It’s us or the fish, EU tells Iceland. Iceland chooses the fish

3/13/2015 - The nine most important economics charts of the week

3/13/2015 - Here is your dumb new acronym for moneyed millennials: HENRYs

3/13/2015 - Why the Apple Watch will put the web out to pasture once and for all

3/13/2015 - Doctors have performed the world’s first successful penis transplant

3/13/2015 - Silicon Valley’s excuses for not hiring more African Americans

3/13/2015 - China’s carbon emissions fell for the first time in over a decade

3/13/2015 - How GE’s collaborative ecosystem in India has led to more than 3,000 patent filing contributions

3/13/2015 - Congress auditing the Federal Reserve is a truly frightening idea

3/13/2015 - Warren Buffett is not your roommate, and other hard lessons about American household wealth

3/13/2015 - Fashion is now manufacturing instagrammable moments

3/13/2015 - China is about to stop making savers subsidize wasteful state companies

3/13/2015 - In Chicago, Rahm Emanuel takes cues from a president: Frank Underwood

3/13/2015 - Oil prices are falling—again

3/13/2015 - Watch: president Obama reads people’s “mean tweets” about him on Jimmy Kimmel

3/13/2015 - The casual workplace is making sexual harassment harder to identify—and stop

3/13/2015 - Why do men get to be Dapper Dans, while women are Debbie Downers?

3/13/2015 - The Greek finance minister has picked an awkward time to pose for a glossy lifestyle photoshoot

3/13/2015 - Move over Kingfisher. Indians are now thirsting after craft beer

3/13/2015 - Colombia is converting former death squad members into yoga teachers

3/13/2015 - What it’s like to always be connected to social and never feel social

3/13/2015 - The TED conference starts next week and it’s time to rediscover the “D” for design

3/13/2015 - The ruthless efficiency of industrial whaling has finally been quantified

3/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Ackman investigated, Spanish terror arrests, Jobs transplant offer, prematurely-aged bourbon

3/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Ackman investigated, Spanish terror arrests, Jobs transplant offer, prematurely-aged bourbon

3/13/2015 - So you want to be a US ambassador? Here’s what it will cost you

3/13/2015 - What it’s like to build a startup in a country that’s rebuilding itself

3/13/2015 - India’s largest mobile payment company is sitting on a ticking time bomb

3/13/2015 - With China sidelined, can Modi bring India even closer to its closest island neighbour?

3/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Anglo-American China spat, FBI probes Ackman, Disney’s franchise plans, bomb-sniffing elephants

3/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Anglo-American China spat, FBI probes Ackman, Disney’s franchise plans, bomb-sniffing elephants

3/13/2015 - February was the worst month in a year for India-focused hedge funds

3/13/2015 - A Chinese state-owned company is linked to Bangladesh’s latest factory collapse

3/12/2015 - ISIL and Boko Haram just allied—what’s next for Nigeria?

3/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Intel’s new forecast, French yogurt scheme, SXSW, bomb-sniffing elephants

3/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Intel’s new forecast, French yogurt scheme, SXSW, bomb-sniffing elephants

3/12/2015 - Loose talk of the deaths of Putin and Khamenei probably say more about us than them

3/12/2015 - The hapless ways that foreign banks have tried to skirt US sanctions

3/12/2015 - Eight questions on what the US’s new era of net neutrality really means

3/12/2015 - Disney says “Frozen 2” is happening—and shareholders love it already

3/12/2015 - The NBA could be in swooshes soon

3/12/2015 - Small US colleges are swallowing more tuition costs, but still struggling to attract students

3/12/2015 - Putin is still alive, despite tweets to the contrary

3/12/2015 - China is telling the Dalai Lama what to do in the afterlife

3/12/2015 - The free stock-trading app Robinhood is taking all comers

3/12/2015 - Uber and Lyft drivers want to be paid like employees, not contractors. But what if they are neither?

3/12/2015 - Asia’s box office for movies is now bigger than America’s

3/12/2015 - These countries have the fastest 4G wireless networks in the world

3/12/2015 - Intel says small businesses still aren’t upgrading from Windows XP and it’s hurting the PC market

3/12/2015 - Twitter is taking a stand against “revenge porn”

3/12/2015 - America wants Tina Fey to replace Jon Stewart

3/12/2015 - Yes, winter hurt the economy—but only temporarily

3/12/2015 - A breathtaking photo of a constellation 4,000 light-years from Earth is the most detailed ever of that region

3/12/2015 - Brazilian rains and greenback gains will ease your coffee pains

3/12/2015 - Lebanese anchor Rima Karaki is not the first Arab woman to shut up a rude guest

3/12/2015 - Three ISS astronauts have made an exquisite landing in Kazakhstan

3/12/2015 - How to become an ambassador without really trying

3/12/2015 - Hey millennials, there is such a thing as an honest profit

3/12/2015 - Why performance reviews should be crowdsourced from co-workers

3/12/2015 - While India ignores its swine-flu epidemic, the virus may have become deadlier

3/12/2015 - Here’s why your farmed salmon has color added to it

3/12/2015 - A run-down Welsh city plans to power its homes by harnessing the tides

3/12/2015 - Lego rejected this awesome set of female US Supreme Court justices

3/12/2015 - The most design-savvy fast-food chicken joint in the world

3/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Ferguson police shot, Alibaba goes shopping, Saudi nuke deal, hunting mutants

3/12/2015 - The IMF thinks Modi’s 8.5% growth forecast is nonsense

3/12/2015 - Calling for an Islamic reformation ignores the bloody realities of Christian history

3/12/2015 - It’s time for Italians to forget about Silvio Berlusconi

3/12/2015 - How a right-wing political party crafted the legend of Mumbai’s most famous snack

3/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Alibaba’s Snapchat investment, stress test failures, Saudi nuke deal, hunting mutants

3/12/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Alibaba’s Snapchat investment, stress test failures, Saudi nuke deal, hunting mutants

3/12/2015 - Exits and expulsions mean the AAP’s promising restart may not last long

3/12/2015 - Alibaba’s interest in Snapchat is as mysterious as the app’s disappearing pictures

3/11/2015 - In rural China, going to college is just another way to disappoint your parents

3/11/2015 - Satellite images: As conflict intensifies, lights go out in Syria

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—HKBN shares, SoulCycle IPO rumors, the falling euro, a stand against selfie sticks

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—HKBN shares, SoulCycle IPO rumors, the falling euro, a stand against selfie sticks

3/11/2015 - American banks are safer, but don’t forget about the shadow banks

3/11/2015 - Investors are less than satisfied with Shake Shack’s first earnings report

3/11/2015 - Why do C-suiters like Patrick Pichette get to follow their bliss while his exhausted underlings trudge on?

3/11/2015 - A new way—perhaps—to share in the SoulCycle experience: equity

3/11/2015 - Other awesome foreign policy moves by the US Senate

3/11/2015 - Nothing can kill the Wall Street bonus

3/11/2015 - A short history, and Spotify playlist, of pop music’s biggest copyright disputes

3/11/2015 - The US government is going after cable company trickery, suing DirecTV for deceptive ads

3/11/2015 - The future of sports replays is watching the game through your hero’s eyes

3/11/2015 - Politicians are fighting over whether Americans should pay taxes on all online purchases

3/11/2015 - Facebook has scrapped its “feeling fat” emoticon

3/11/2015 - Electric cars are still not good for the climate

3/11/2015 - US support for Binyamin Netanyahu has fallen after his speech to the US Congress

3/11/2015 - George Washington was the last US president to face an all-out foreign policy uprising

3/11/2015 - A campaign to get a woman on the $20 bill is gaining serious traction

3/11/2015 - America’s changing media habits in one chart

3/11/2015 - Email lets other people schedule your life—here’s how to stop it

3/11/2015 - Google’s CFO says he’s stepping down to actually spend time with his family

3/11/2015 - Pakistan’s cellphone-registration policy will do little to curb terrorism

3/11/2015 - Beware Google shareholders: The company is losing its voice of reason

3/11/2015 - Big pharma is under threat from a whole new kind of generic drug

3/11/2015 - Could Google afford to livestream sports for free?

3/11/2015 - The “lone warrior” myth is bringing down female entrepreneurs

3/11/2015 - My racist SAE fraternity brothers broke my heart

3/11/2015 - Who gets to decide what a “smart” life looks like?

3/11/2015 - It’s 2015—time to pack up the Iditarod

3/11/2015 - Beyond farmers markets: The future of local food in America

3/11/2015 - How well do you know the women characters in Indian fiction?

3/11/2015 - The other India-Pakistan match: Who has more nukes?

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Stress tests redux, NASA’s record rocket, “Blurred Lines” verdict, Finland’s meatless meatballs

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Stress tests redux, NASA’s record rocket, “Blurred Lines” verdict, Finland’s meatless meatballs

3/11/2015 - China’s online retailers will proudly sell the Apple Watch—right next to many, many copycats

3/11/2015 - If we want to understand African history, we need to understand the Battle of Adwa

3/11/2015 - Indian millionaires are fleeing the country

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Iraq reclaims Tikrit, stress tests redux, Marvin Gaye copyright verdict, meatless Finnish meatballs

3/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Iraq reclaims Tikrit, stress tests redux, Marvin Gaye copyright verdict, meatless Finnish meatballs

3/11/2015 - Remember these calendar girls every damn day: India’s acid-attack survivors

3/11/2015 - A copyright victory for Marvin Gaye’s family is terrible for the future of music

3/10/2015 - Hillary Clinton’s email upstaged her big speech on women’s rights

3/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Wikipedia sued the NSA, Europe cut credit card fees, Sony talked PS4 in China, GPS gone horribly wrong

3/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Wikipedia sued the NSA, Europe cut credit card fees, Sony talked PS4 in China, GPS gone horribly wrong

3/10/2015 - The processed meat-scraps most of us call “meatballs” are now officially just “balls” in Finland

3/10/2015 - Credit Suisse’s new boss is a reluctant African role model

3/10/2015 - What does HBO Now mean for budding Cinemax?

3/10/2015 - Steve Jobs would have loved the new MacBook

3/10/2015 - Why the new bill to make medical marijuana legal in the US is going to get smoked

3/10/2015 - Turning ‘Ghostbusters’ into a franchise reveals a Sony still haunted by bad ideas

3/10/2015 - Are you aware of your company’s “big number”?

3/10/2015 - HBO will air “Game of Thrones” at the exact same time around the world to combat piracy

3/10/2015 - How midsized businesses can find competitive advantage

3/10/2015 - Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson just walked a real runway, so here is your short think piece about “Zoolander”

3/10/2015 - 80% of bitcoin is exchanged for Chinese yuan

3/10/2015 - Three shifts transforming the healthcare landscape

3/10/2015 - The global bank boss merry-go-round claims another victim

3/10/2015 - Global warming could hit rates unseen in 1,000 years

3/10/2015 - More Americans are quitting their jobs, and that’s a good thing

3/10/2015 - US students are fleeing law schools and pouring into engineering

3/10/2015 - Scientific proof that no one pays attention to banner ads

3/10/2015 - Could solar power overtake natural gas in the US?

3/10/2015 - The obscure chart that’s the key to the global economy right now

3/10/2015 - Every US company arguing for the Supreme Court to legalize same-sex marriage

3/10/2015 - Narcissist kid? Blame the parents

3/10/2015 - We should be paying attention to the 1% of brainiacs, not billionaires

3/10/2015 - Verizon drops The Weather Channel, claiming internet killed the weatherman

3/10/2015 - Three European countries have already hit their 2020 renewable energy goals

3/10/2015 - The potential Apple Watch side effects Tim Cook doesn’t want you to know

3/10/2015 - Before you run out and buy the cheaper Apple TV with HBO, read this

3/10/2015 - The UK’s rich live 19 years longer in good health than the poor

3/10/2015 - England is terrible at the sports it created

3/10/2015 - The medical marijuana business could save Native American reservations

3/10/2015 - The single biggest risk facing Tesla

3/10/2015 - Know more than one language? How your bilingual brain could pay dividends

3/10/2015 - Infosys is taking on the biggest problem in tech: Getting women to the top

3/10/2015 - Taylor Swift is winning the war against free music

3/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Kiwi milk threat, Credit Suisse’s new boss, Baidu’s autonomous car, Kanye air sale

3/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Kiwi milk threat, Credit Suisse’s new boss, Baidu’s autonomous car, Kanye air sale

3/10/2015 - Foreign banks are hurting in India after failing to recover globally

3/10/2015 - American banks are missing out on the hot Islamic finance market

3/10/2015 - Digital technology isn’t delivering the democracy it promised

3/10/2015 - This delightful tea analogy is all you need to know about sexual consent

3/10/2015 - Brewers are desperate to convince Africans to drink more beer

3/10/2015 - Someone is threatening to poison New Zealand’s milk supply unless it stops using a controversial pesticide

3/10/2015 - How Masarat Alam Bhat transformed from a posh schoolboy to Kashmir’s “most wanted” separatist

3/10/2015 - Engineering a mass-transit app for a city without mass-transit

3/10/2015 - The Republican letter to Iran draws a torrent of criticism—but was it treason?

3/10/2015 - Japanese designers are by far the coolest at Paris Fashion Week

3/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—GOP Iran letter, NZ milk sabotage threat, Credit Suisse’s new boss, Kanye air sale

3/10/2015 - No one can beat Indians when it comes to finding flaws on Facebook

3/10/2015 - “False” and “dangerous”—Joe Biden responds to Republican senators’ Iran letter

3/9/2015 - China’s “factory girls” have grown up—and are going on strike

3/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—A letter to Iran, Apple’s expensive smart watch, Europe’s army, cancer smelling canine

3/9/2015 - What’s inside Apple’s version of gold

3/9/2015 - Three questions Apple finally answered about the Apple Watch

3/9/2015 - Apple’s new MacBook comes in gold (and looks amazing)

3/9/2015 - Obamacare’s incredible shrinking cost is already cutting future US deficits

3/9/2015 - HBO NOW will launch exclusively on Apple devices in April

3/9/2015 - American taxpayers should pay close attention to General Motors’ stock buyback

3/9/2015 - Florida’s authorities want to wish climate change away

3/9/2015 - Modi’s New York visit was so exciting that a US legislator brought 10 staffers on the taxpayer’s dime

3/9/2015 - The Apple Watch (and other wearables) will make us healthier if they do these two things

3/9/2015 - Here’s how the iPhone confounded business’s greatest disruption theorist

3/9/2015 - McDonald’s is in an absolute free fall

3/9/2015 - Spain’s housing market is finally showing signs of a comeback

3/9/2015 - Why I decided to go on a cowork vacation in Bali for a month

3/9/2015 - Liveblog of the Apple Watch launch (and whatever else the company has in store)

3/9/2015 - The first around-the-world trip in a solar-powered aircraft began today

3/9/2015 - South Africa’s proposals on land reform suggest a push to sow votes

3/9/2015 - “American Sniper,” the top-grossing film in the US last year, is the highest-earning war movie of all time

3/9/2015 - Computer science stereotypes are getting worse, not better

3/9/2015 - Watch: John Oliver nails everything horrible about daylight saving time in three minutes

3/9/2015 - Muggles allowed: These are the fictional sports you can play in real life

3/9/2015 - How will we buy things when we live in space?

3/9/2015 - The surprising case for making March the first ever White History Month

3/9/2015 - Why prisons need prison gangs

3/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Apple Watch details, Obama in Selma, Tesla China cutbacks, Mercedes blows minds

3/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Apple Watch details, Obama in Selma, Tesla China cutbacks, Mercedes blows minds

3/9/2015 - China completely flunked International Women’s Day

3/9/2015 - Can we talk about Israel without talking about Netanyahu?

3/9/2015 - The gloves may be coming off between Modi’s government and Raghuram Rajan

3/9/2015 - Should white women make documentaries about rape in India?

3/9/2015 - Boko Haram’s pledge of allegiance to ISIL is a symptom of weakness, not strength

3/9/2015 - Can Modi unlock $1 trillion worth of gold stashed away in India’s lockers?

3/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek tax spies, Apple Watch details, Obama in Selma, Mercedes wows SF

3/9/2015 - The Indian woman who helped crack Wall Street’s biggest insider trading case is applying to business school

3/9/2015 - How to watch today’s Apple event live

3/9/2015 - What to expect from today’s Apple Watch event

3/9/2015 - Photos: Selma’s Bloody Sunday in 1965, and the 50th anniversary march this past weekend

3/8/2015 - “What could be more American?” Obama’s full speech from Selma, Alabama

3/8/2015 - What comes after the first three million Apple Watches sold

3/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek snooping, Apple Watch, daylight saving, Boko Haram joins ISIL

3/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Greek snooping, Apple Watch, daylight saving, Boko Haram joins ISIL

3/8/2015 - HBO’s streaming service for cord cutters: What we know, what we think we know, and what we don’t know yet

3/8/2015 - China’s surge in exports sounds more promising than it actually is

3/8/2015 - Lessons in leadership from doing the hardest job in sport

3/8/2015 - Enjoy International Women’s Day: in the US, it’s an hour shorter than every other day

3/8/2015 - Survey: What people in their 30s wish they’d known in their 20s

3/8/2015 - Ukrainian and Russian lovers unite in poignant plea for peace

3/8/2015 - Twitter’s new plan to placate Wall Street

3/8/2015 - Time Zone Deviants, Part II: If you think daylight saving time seems completely arbitrary, you’re right

3/8/2015 - The oddball ways tech companies welcome you on your first day of work

3/8/2015 - There’s no proof daylight saving time saves electricity, so why do we even bother?

3/8/2015 - Cape Town is arguing whether a cigarette really started its bush fires

3/7/2015 - Putin himself can prevent assassinations by genuinely forbidding them

3/7/2015 - The racial divides of civil rights support, from Selma to Ferguson

3/7/2015 - It’s not just Mayweather: Boxing is in the midst of a revival

3/7/2015 - Visiting Greece? It wants to pay you to spy on the locals

3/7/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—India’s shame, China’s gay activists, ethical fur, a cursed emerald

3/7/2015 - Watch a hilarious and weird high-fashion runway walk

3/7/2015 - Your workplace is probably killing you

3/7/2015 - Behind the pricetag on these $800 sweatpants

3/7/2015 - Time Zone Deviants, Part I: the strangest time zones in the world

3/7/2015 - India’s attempt to censor “India’s Daughter” may have done more damage than the film itself

3/7/2015 - Smartwatch makers make a last-minute pitch to consumers

3/7/2015 - Think your week was hard? Tokyo salary man’s insane work diary goes viral

3/7/2015 - Black Harvard graduates have the same shot at a job call-back as white state college grads

3/7/2015 - America needs to have just two time zones and the world should follow suit

3/7/2015 - The future is not smart devices or wearables—it’s a thermostat

3/7/2015 - For India’s daughters, Narendra Modi must put his money where his mouth is

3/7/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—India’s shame, China’s gay activists, ethical fur, a cursed emerald

3/6/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—India’s shame, China’s gay activists, ethical fur, a cursed emerald

3/6/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—India’s shame, China’s gay activists, ethical fur, a cursed emerald

3/6/2015 - Wheat got creamed this week

3/6/2015 - France has detained more journalists who wanted to report on drones with a drone

3/6/2015 - Why do we even have daylight saving time?

3/6/2015 - The SIM card is turning 25—and it’s time for it to go

3/6/2015 - Major corruption charges are coming for a Senator with a shady relationship with a political donor

3/6/2015 - These six forces will disrupt the telecommunications industry by 2020

3/6/2015 - China’s wind farms can now produce more energy than all of America’s nuclear plants

3/6/2015 - Middle-class jobs are disappearing for people that don’t at least know Excel

3/6/2015 - There’s actually a way to feel good about wearing fur

3/6/2015 - After much ado, El Niño has officially been declared

3/6/2015 - Praying at the ends of the earth

3/6/2015 - There is one bit of good news in Italy’s otherwise depressing job market

3/6/2015 - The nine most important economics charts of the week

3/6/2015 - GE’s first-ever “brilliant factory” just opened in Pune

3/6/2015 - Germany’s brand new 30% quota for women on corporate boards is already being criticized

3/6/2015 - Amazon throws in the towel and opens a store on Alibaba

3/6/2015 - In the last 25 years, the Fed hasn’t raised rates with wage growth this slow

3/6/2015 - #TheDress is now part of a powerful campaign against domestic violence

3/6/2015 - Apple is making an audacious bet with the Apple Watch

3/6/2015 - The BBC has pulled “India’s Daughter” from YouTube around the world

3/6/2015 - The bizarre story of how a stellar explosion produced the fastest star in the galaxy

3/6/2015 - It’s official: Apple is joining the Dow Jones Industrial Average

3/6/2015 - Mobile operators want to do away with online passwords

3/6/2015 - We’re live-charting the very solid US jobs report for February

3/6/2015 - Fifty Shades of Bias—how male and female movie critics see things differently

3/6/2015 - Science proves people act more racist than they think

3/6/2015 - Prison reform is making life inside prison worse, not better

3/6/2015 - The latest weapon in the fight against deadly superbugs: Chicken McNuggets

3/6/2015 - Elephants aren’t the only victims of circus abuse

3/6/2015 - These awesome Afghan guys wore burqas for women’s rights

3/6/2015 - Parents are unconsciously setting their kids up to be materialists with fragile egos

3/6/2015 - The time has come: Mobile payments will either be the next big thing or a huge flop

3/6/2015 - Obamacare fixed US healthcare inflation

3/6/2015 - In pictures: The many different shades of Holi from across India

3/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—NASA’s new planet, Uber’s Korean retreat, Germany’s intelligence leak, safari door locks

3/6/2015 - The maker of the world’s coolest hats is heading toward bankruptcy

3/6/2015 - A mass die-off of sea creatures is taking place off the coast of Singapore

3/6/2015 - As Paris expands, what will become of its notorious suburbs?

3/6/2015 - Ghana’s electricity rationing is leaving its independence celebrations in the dark

3/6/2015 - If you’ve got bonds, Europe’s got buyers

3/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Banks ace stress tests, Harrison Ford’s plane crash, German intelligence leak, safari door locks

3/6/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Banks ace stress tests, Harrison Ford’s plane crash, German intelligence leak, safari door locks

3/6/2015 - India’s Daughter, the act of documentary, and the obsession with true crime

3/5/2015 - Harrison Ford is injured after crash landing in an Indiana Jones-era plane

3/5/2015 - Dying patients’ special encounter with Rembrandt

3/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Federal Reserve stress tests, the ECB’s QE plans, Hillary Clinton’s emails, farewell to circus elephants

3/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Federal Reserve stress tests, the ECB’s QE plans, Hillary Clinton’s emails, farewell to circus elephants

3/5/2015 - The Fed stress tested 31 big banks and everyone passed. Don’t you feel better now?

3/5/2015 - Balmain’s creative director is a bona-fide Instagram-famous fashion designer

3/5/2015 - How private companies can help African universities produce fewer civil servants but more scientists

3/5/2015 - Americans aren’t asking the right questions about the value of a college degree

3/5/2015 - Smartphones are all the same now—but only on the outside

3/5/2015 - New York City, reflecting the people that actually live in it, is now recognizing Muslim school holidays

3/5/2015 - Mark Cuban is absolutely convinced we are in a tech bubble, and it’s worse than the last one

3/5/2015 - Airlines are still making you pay a fuel surcharge, they’re just calling it something else

3/5/2015 - American workers are less productive and better compensated than we thought

3/5/2015 - Circus elephants will no longer sadden audiences at Ringling Bros. shows

3/5/2015 - Attractive stairwells designed to inspire Americans to actually use them

3/5/2015 - Looks like humans are actually hundreds of thousands of years older than we originally thought

3/5/2015 - The Apple Watch: What we don’t know

3/5/2015 - Sorry consumers, companies have little incentive to invest in better cybersecurity

3/5/2015 - Marijuana is now legal in Washington, DC, but new restrictive rules force smokers to stay home

3/5/2015 - Paradoxically, price comparison sites may be making everything online more expensive

3/5/2015 - A quarter of a million people use an app to brush their teeth

3/5/2015 - There is no such thing as a human pheromone

3/5/2015 - Why 8-year-olds should start thinking about their careers

3/5/2015 - Netflix’s newest debut proves it might be the modern sitcom’s last hope

3/5/2015 - For developmentally disabled kids, the benefits of organized sports are huge

3/5/2015 - A protest is brewing because of the beef broth ban in Mumbai

3/5/2015 - This is what a $1 billion fashion unicorn looks like

3/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—AbbVie’s surprise acqusition, China’s slower growth, US stress tests, smelly handshakes

3/5/2015 - People are finally worrying about online privacy—and tech firms are already cashing in

3/5/2015 - The UK needs to stop indefinitely detaining immigrants

3/5/2015 - Study: While teen boys get more hands-on work experience, girls are stuck doing online research

3/5/2015 - 11 lies Netanyahu told Congress on Iran

3/5/2015 - These seed funds and angel investors are the best bet for Indian startups

3/5/2015 - China is letting people talk about a popular pollution documentary—unless they blame the government

3/5/2015 - You probably sniff your fingers after you shake hands, even if you think you don’t

3/5/2015 - Putting the enormous job cuts at RBS in perspective

3/5/2015 - China has set its lowest growth target in 25 years

3/5/2015 - Tanzania dumps English as its official language in schools, opts for Kiswahili

3/5/2015 - No, Jyoti Singh is not India’s daughter

3/5/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—AbbVie’s surprise acqusition, China’s slower growth, US stress tests, smelly handshakes

3/4/2015 - Apple’s high-stakes negotiations with the Chinese government could complicate Obama’s tough talk on snooping

3/4/2015 - The US ambassador to South Korea is slashed in a knife attack

3/4/2015 - Etsy is offering fine-crafted equity shares to its customers

3/4/2015 - The Google founders’ 2004 IPO letter has imitators even today

3/4/2015 - Now hiring: Thousands of drone pilots to fly the skies of Europe

3/4/2015 - Etsy is going public, and it makes no money

3/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—European QE, McDonald’s goes clean, Etsy IPO, Indian sex toys

3/4/2015 - Jay Z is embroiled in a streaming music takeover battle

3/4/2015 - If you work in the US, your company probably owes you $2000 in vacation time

3/4/2015 - McDonald’s is promising to get human antibiotics out of its US chicken supply

3/4/2015 - HBO’s streaming service for cord cutters now has a name and price

3/4/2015 - Ferguson is what happens when you run a police force as a profit-making business

3/4/2015 - Europe doesn’t need net neutrality because broadband-market anarchy is working

3/4/2015 - The one chart you need to understand why US bank regulation can’t be understood

3/4/2015 - China’s letting men pour tea—and no one can decide if it’s to combat sexism or prevent ogling

3/4/2015 - Deaths from heroin in the US have quadrupled since 2000

3/4/2015 - What’s in Hillary Clinton’s secret emails?

3/4/2015 - American schools are on a campaign to make snow days not fun anymore

3/4/2015 - Men’s clothing is outpacing cameras, computers, and beer in growth of online sales

3/4/2015 - Here’s why gas really costs Americans $6.25 a gallon

3/4/2015 - The average anti-vaxxer is probably not who you think she is

3/4/2015 - Wall Street is hogging the peer-to-peer lending market

3/4/2015 - Russians are drinking less vodka and more beer

3/4/2015 - How the fruit fly is helping us fight cancer

3/4/2015 - Apple shirks responsibility for fraud happening on Apple Pay

3/4/2015 - Google could start shuttling people around in its self-driving cars this year

3/4/2015 - North Dakota is America’s hardest-working state—again

3/4/2015 - Netflix is already flirting with hypocrisy on net neutrality

3/4/2015 - Australia’s miracle economy is losing altitude

3/4/2015 - Mapped: The 7.6 million Americans whose health insurance goes on trial today

3/4/2015 - Virgin makes nerd history, partners with Sony to outfit its engineers with multiple wearables

3/4/2015 - India’s 8% GDP growth estimate is a joke

3/4/2015 - If paying by phone becomes the norm, we will have Apple to thank

3/4/2015 - India’s women are themselves divided over the ban on the Delhi gang rape documentary

3/4/2015 - The UK government is selling its Eurostar stake for more than twice what it thinks it’s worth

3/4/2015 - It’s time for America to do away with bail

3/4/2015 - Some smartphone apps have to be cleared by the FDA

3/4/2015 - Did Goodluck Jonathan’s political price-cut trigger fuel shortages in Nigeria?

3/4/2015 - How Google can make Cuba’s web truly worldwide

3/4/2015 - Alibaba is going head-to-head with Amazon in the cloud

3/4/2015 - Just because we stopped paying attention to Ebola doesn’t mean it’s gone

3/4/2015 - You don’t have to know how to code to make it big in tech

3/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Euro zone surge, Standard Chartered’s dive, India’s surprise cut, Finnish traffic tickets

3/4/2015 - A Microsoft co-founder has found the wreck of a lost WWII Japanese battleship

3/4/2015 - Startups are searching for legal loopholes to bring sex toys to India

3/4/2015 - An Alcatel-Lucent China executive who accused his bosses of graft is found dead

3/4/2015 - A beautiful timelapse video captures Hong Kong before and after the Umbrella Revolution

3/4/2015 - Apple is training its retail employees to upsell, upsell, upsell the Apple Watch

3/4/2015 - The US is going after Chinese “maternity hotels” in southern California

3/4/2015 - Forget inequality, India is scrapping its wealth tax

3/4/2015 - Why South Africa’s president is right and wrong to blame apartheid for power cuts in 2015

3/4/2015 - A Nigerian industrialist lost $10 billion last year but is still easily Africa’s richest man

3/4/2015 - Modi’s budget finally gets Raghuram Rajan’s approval with a surprise rate cut

3/4/2015 - Bollywood actresses no longer fear their 30s—or playing mothers onscreen

3/4/2015 - Apple’s latest groundbreaking patented design: a lanyard

3/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—India’s surprise cut, Netanyahu’s Iran speech, Apple surpasses Samsung, filthy Everest

3/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—India’s surprise cut, Netanyahu’s Iran speech, Apple surpasses Samsung, filthy Everest

3/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Netanyahu’s speech, Nemtsov’s funeral, BlackBerry’s new phone, filthy Everest

3/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Netanyahu’s speech, Nemtsov’s funeral, BlackBerry’s new phone, filthy Everest

3/3/2015 - Casper is making mattress shopping a friendly experience—and it’s paying off

3/3/2015 - Suggestions for Obama’s final trip to Africa as president

3/3/2015 - Famously frugal, the Germans are now on an epic shopping spree

3/3/2015 - This is why people cut the cord

3/3/2015 - You never knew you were obsessed with weasels until one flew on the back of a woodpecker

3/3/2015 - GE’s $5 billion annual R+D budget is transforming advanced manufacturing and the Industrial Internet

3/3/2015 - As goes Andy Warhol, so goes the art market

3/3/2015 - This beautiful French fashion brand is about to get a boost from Uniqlo

3/3/2015 - Does net neutrality mean mobile companies can’t give out free data anymore?

3/3/2015 - Netflix wants an Oscar to add to its trophy room

3/3/2015 - How companies assess your financial risk based only on your email address

3/3/2015 - The new Pebble smartwatch is now the most-funded project in Kickstarter history

3/3/2015 - Our IQs are higher than ever before because we’ve gotten better at taking tests

3/3/2015 - What I learned about life after photographing people preparing to die

3/3/2015 - Now is the time to choose sides in the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger debate

3/3/2015 - How boycotts hurt the cities they are supposed to help

3/3/2015 - Americans may like Binyamin Netanyahu more than Israelis do

3/3/2015 - Study: Three to five cups of coffee a day is good for the arteries

3/3/2015 - These are the drug capitals of the US, according to Wikipedia edits

3/3/2015 - Hey, internet: Japan actually has ELEVEN cat islands

3/3/2015 - The oil slide isn’t hurting Canada’s economy—yet

3/3/2015 - Citi just sold its subprime lending business for over four times its 2009 price

3/3/2015 - The US economy needs smarter regulations, not fewer

3/3/2015 - Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal is the fruit of the Republican obsession with Benghazi

3/3/2015 - Follow Binyamin Netanyahu’s Congress speech live—for all political persuasions

3/3/2015 - Photos of the huge volcanic eruption in Chile that caused mass evacuations today

3/3/2015 - McDonald’s is going to play SXSW this year

3/3/2015 - One step closer to a huge change in English soccer: Meet Manchester United B

3/3/2015 - Barclays is doing pretty well—if you ignore the billions in legal fees

3/3/2015 - A Cuban-American’s hope for US-Cuba relations clouded by past mistakes

3/3/2015 - 110 convicted sex offenders live in harmony in this small Florida town

3/3/2015 - Why you shouldn’t buy the worst house in the best neighborhood

3/3/2015 - A hedge funder is using an obscure new law to mess with drug companies

3/3/2015 - America’s bloodiest day (since the Civil War) that no one talks about

3/3/2015 - Britain’s premier anti-immigration politician is happy that immigrants have at least improved the food

3/3/2015 - Hollywood should be very afraid of Popcorn Time, the “Netflix for piracy”

3/3/2015 - A beef ban in Mumbai makes it even harder to order a decent steak

3/3/2015 - Kiwis are turning vigilante against “dangerous” foreign drivers

3/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Netanyahu’s Iran speech, Hillary’s emails, Alibaba’s Taiwan spat, Buffett’s child-like diet

3/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Netanyahu’s Iran speech, Hillary’s emails, Alibaba’s Taiwan spat, Buffett’s child-like diet

3/3/2015 - Iran’s biggest threat to the world isn’t the one Netanyahu will describe today

3/3/2015 - India is already facing a water crisis—and it is only going to get worse

3/3/2015 - American university students give teachers with Asian last names lower ratings

3/3/2015 - China is shutting Hollywood out of its biggest movie-going holiday

3/3/2015 - The best shows at Milan Fashion Week were all about youth

3/3/2015 - It’s not just the Delhi bus rapist—even India’s college students believe women invite rape

3/3/2015 - STAR Sports is already a winner at the cricket World Cup

3/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Netanyahu’s Iran speech, Google goes cellular, China’s monetary predicament, Buffett’s child-like diet

3/3/2015 - Another area where Modi’s budget disappointed: Economic diplomacy

3/2/2015 - Nine tips to ensure business travel safety

3/2/2015 - The foundation of a 21st century business is cloud architecture

3/2/2015 - Why executives are preparing to switch to software-defined networking

3/2/2015 - ISIL is growing and this is why

3/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Tencent OS, dotcom redux, fizzy drinks fizzle, the Buffett diet

3/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Tencent OS, dotcom redux, fizzy drinks fizzle, the Buffett diet

3/2/2015 - Google is trying to build a phone service to show phone companies how to run a phone service

3/2/2015 - The Sunni-killers leading the assault on Tikrit are bad news for Iraq

3/2/2015 - Happy 30th birthday to the first HIV blood test, and the countless lives it has saved

3/2/2015 - PayPal is now officially a thorn in Apple’s side

3/2/2015 - Climate change definitely contributed to the conflict in Syria

3/2/2015 - What’s so special about a white elephant?

3/2/2015 - Over 30? Tinder thinks you should pay more for its premium service

3/2/2015 - This year, cash-strapped Russians will spend half their money on food alone

3/2/2015 - Americans are too cheap and impatient to do dessert properly anymore

3/2/2015 - This classic, forgotten American couture line is heading back to the red carpet

3/2/2015 - The solution to most sleeping problems: mindfulness

3/2/2015 - 50 years later, Austrians finally learn to love “The Sound of Music”

3/2/2015 - Google, proving it still hasn’t figured out social, will strip Google+ for parts

3/2/2015 - Puerto Rico considers fining parents with obese children up to $800

3/2/2015 - Why Marissa Mayer embraces micromanagement

3/2/2015 - The killer frog fungus has reached Madagascar—and that may be good news

3/2/2015 - Babies attempted to overthrow Milan Fashion Week

3/2/2015 - More than 6,000 have now been killed in the fighting in Ukraine

3/2/2015 - The drugs big pharma depends on the most

3/2/2015 - Study: The secret way emotions unlock hidden memories

3/2/2015 - Americans aren’t spending their savings from the gas pump

3/2/2015 - Even apes make irrational economic decisions—especially male ones

3/2/2015 - My husband didn’t take my last name, but I married him anyway

3/2/2015 - The Nasdaq is back to its dot-com bubble peak

3/2/2015 - What net neutrality means for Comcast-Time Warner Cable and other mega mergers

3/2/2015 - The latest signs China’s trillions in debt are getting tricky to handle

3/2/2015 - Apple is the leading the pack, franc-ly speaking

3/2/2015 - ISIL has threatened Twitter employees after the company blocked its accounts

3/2/2015 - Harvard and Stanford’s business schools don’t look as good as Brigham Young’s when you account for debt

3/2/2015 - Some big tech companies buy White House influence. Others hire it

3/2/2015 - A fatal police shooting shows how the “Safer Cities” initiative in Los Angeles failed Skid Row

3/2/2015 - The murders of prominent Russians won’t stop until Russians themselves demand it

3/2/2015 - Uber’s biggest competitor in its second-largest market is getting even bigger

3/2/2015 - Gap’s identity crisis is getting uglier

3/2/2015 - The best cat videos are over a century old

3/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Zuckerberg’s telecom rumble, China cuts rates, Samsung’s curvy smarthphone, Iceland’s freezing newborns

3/2/2015 - China’s “homowives” are becoming unlikely champions for gay rights

3/2/2015 - This viral documentary is challenging China’s powerful polluters—and skirting censors

3/2/2015 - Romanian and Bulgarian workers are flooding the UK, but are actually no threat to the job market

3/2/2015 - Delhi bus rapist: Women should allow men to rape them if they want to live

3/2/2015 - Seven out of ten Asian students are victims of rape, bullying or other violence

3/2/2015 - Chinese shoppers are angry that their luxury Japanese toilet seats are made in China

3/2/2015 - Haryana is cleaning up its sexist ways—for all the wrong reasons

3/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Zuckerberg’s telecom rumble, China cuts rates, Samsung’s curvy smarthphone, Iceland’s freezing newborns

3/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Zuckerberg’s telecom rumble, China cuts rates, Samsung’s curvy smarthphone, Iceland’s freezing newborns

3/2/2015 - A fatal police shooting of a homeless man in Los Angeles is caught on video

3/1/2015 - US lawmakers say China’s “corrupt, gangster” regime is bad for Hong Kong

3/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Mujica departs, Korean drills, Samsung Pay, Iceland’s cold babies

3/1/2015 - Samsung actually stands a fighting chance in mobile payments

3/1/2015 - Narendra Modi’s budget fails the Indian economy in so many ways

3/1/2015 - Canadians “Spock” their banknotes to honor Leonard Nimoy

3/1/2015 - The key to success in the global workplace is being culturally fluent

3/1/2015 - What students from IIM-A and JNU thought of Narendra Modi’s budget

3/1/2015 - This is what happens to your brain when you stop eating sugar

3/1/2015 - Prefab “carbon-positive” houses actually make more energy than they use

3/1/2015 - For generations, Icelandic babies have napped outside in freezing temperatures

3/1/2015 - Scientists may have found the solution to killer peanut allergies—and it’s simpler than you think

3/1/2015 - Four ways to make sure all of your meetings end on time

3/1/2015 - Why I became a computer scientist instead of a doctor