9/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Twitter’s CEO confirmed, Russian airstrikes in Syria, baby-making vacations

9/30/2015 - Twitter’s CEO confirmed, Russian airstrikes in Syria, baby-making vacations

9/30/2015 - Bollywood actresses are challenging sexist stereotypes by cheering on one of their own

9/30/2015 - The UK and Saudi Arabia struck a dodgy deal to get on the UN human rights council

9/30/2015 - First person essays aren’t always as authentic as they seem

9/30/2015 - India has now achieved the rare feat of owning a space observatory and a Mars orbiter

9/30/2015 - Jack Dorsey is about to be named the permanent CEO of Twitter

9/30/2015 - The blood diamond trade is tearing the Central African Republic apart

9/30/2015 - Secret Swiss accounts have their harshest impact on the world’s poorest economies

9/30/2015 - Chinese researchers are selling genetically altered micropigs as pets

9/30/2015 - A series of bombs in the Chinese city Liuzhou killed seven people today

9/30/2015 - This suspended glass bridge in China is stunning—if you dare to walk on it

9/30/2015 - Meet the incredible young women standing up with Malala for human rights

9/30/2015 - Few retailers have as much riding on back-to-school shopping as ailing Aeropostale

9/30/2015 - The UN has over 170 agenda items and the current refugee crisis is not one of them

9/30/2015 - Ralph Lauren’s decision to step down as CEO just made him $6 million richer on paper

9/30/2015 - Danish moms are being asked to send their adult kids on baby-making vacations

9/30/2015 - Nigeria’s former tech minister is now a venture capitalist

9/30/2015 - Companies that aren’t prepared for remote working could be in trouble

9/30/2015 - Germany is helping refugees integrate by distributing Arabic versions of its constitution

9/30/2015 - Elizabeth Warren reveals the financial industry’s efforts to secretly influence lawmakers

9/30/2015 - Apple is finally bringing its music to China with the domestic launch of Apple Music

9/30/2015 - Why is late-night television still a boys’ club?

9/30/2015 - How men react when their masculinity is questioned

9/30/2015 - Anti-gay marriage clerk Kim Davis secretly met the Pope in DC

9/30/2015 - Mexicans are the top immigrant group in the US, not just now, but in history

9/30/2015 - Good news: Robots will no longer crush us like fragile eggshells when they hold us

9/30/2015 - Wearables are gaining widespread acceptance. Now for the real challenge

9/30/2015 - Want a more sustainable world? Let women lead the way

9/30/2015 - Here are Wall Street’s five worst trades this quarter

9/30/2015 - Uber with a five-minute wait? Jailed execs? Europe’s war with the taxi app is getting nasty

9/30/2015 - This school has banned all technology in the classroom—and at home

9/30/2015 - Despite the cost and complexity, womb transplants are happening

9/30/2015 - A tumor stole every memory I had. This is what happened when it all came back

9/30/2015 - L.L. Bean’s duck boots are ugly—so why do they keep selling out?

9/30/2015 - Charts: The euro zone’s neverending youth unemployment nightmare

9/30/2015 - Japan promised to pay firms for promoting women to senior jobs. Not one took up the offer

9/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Uber’s European woes, Italians find more jobs, untouchable Mars water

9/30/2015 - Uber’s European woes, Italians find more jobs, untouchable Mars water

9/30/2015 - Narendra Modi’s India has become more competitive—but still lags most Asian economies

9/30/2015 - Scientists hope stem cells will help the blind see again

9/30/2015 - Who won the battle of monsoon forecasts: The Indian Meteorological Department or Skymet?

9/30/2015 - In South Africa, corruption is a “public-private partnership” that protesters want broken up

9/30/2015 - The Kenyan government is starting to use its people for cheap funding

9/30/2015 - The business of dating apps is disrupting Indian culture

9/30/2015 - Elon Musk releases the Tesla Model X—an electric SUV built for women

9/30/2015 - Photos: After years of civil war, Côte d’Ivoire is booming

9/30/2015 - It costs as much to attend a Premier League game in England as to travel to a match in Germany

9/30/2015 - Video: Hop aboard China’s first self-driving bus

9/30/2015 - Now China’s officials are getting into trouble for not spending enough money

9/30/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Uber on trial, Google’s new gadgets, Christmas drones

9/30/2015 - Uber on trial, Google’s new gadgets, Christmas drones

9/29/2015 - Indonesia provides “nice air” most of the time, and all you do is complain about the pollution

9/29/2015 - Uber on trial, Ralph Lauren resigns, Ikea robot assembly

9/29/2015 - Ralph Lauren is stepping down as CEO of his empire

9/29/2015 - Canada is trying to cut the price of a $525,000-a-year drug, and is getting sued for it

9/29/2015 - Watch: All the things we do in our athleisure in one hilarious video

9/29/2015 - HBO and Snapchat are reportedly helping the US government counter ISIL propaganda

9/29/2015 - New phones, Chromecasts, and everything else Google announced today

9/29/2015 - The striking difference between companies with women on their boards and those without

9/29/2015 - Axel Springer is paying a massive premium to buy Business Insider

9/29/2015 - Japan just joined the global market meltdown

9/29/2015 - Edward Snowden is finally on Twitter—and he only follows one other account

9/29/2015 - Technology is not ruining our kids. Parents (and their technology) are ruining them

9/29/2015 - Lululemon’s new leggings feature a “hugging” setting

9/29/2015 - Where immigrants are welcomed, and reviled, across Europe

9/29/2015 - Asians are poised to become the biggest immigrant group in the United States

9/29/2015 - Spotify and Pandora are doing their best to blow off Apple Music as a rival

9/29/2015 - Nepal says it will make Everest safer by banning old, disabled, and inexperienced climbers

9/29/2015 - A real-life astronaut reviews the Matt Damon film “The Martian”

9/29/2015 - Juárez banned songs about drug kingpins, but it’s hard to squash a multimillion-dollar industry

9/29/2015 - The International Criminal Court is discovering why dictators are really hard to prosecute

9/29/2015 - Hitachi says it can predict crimes before they happen

9/29/2015 - How much do Apple, Google, and Amazon know about each others’ projects?

9/29/2015 - Study: White people deny their privilege even when confronted with proof

9/29/2015 - Robots are about as bad as humans at assembling IKEA furniture

9/29/2015 - You probably aren’t tipping enough for your coffee

9/29/2015 - Deloitte no longer wants to know which university its job applicants attended

9/29/2015 - The NSA designed some strange, security-themed love notes for you to share

9/29/2015 - Volkswagen’s value destruct-o-meter: $55 billion and counting

9/29/2015 - The 2015 MacArthur “geniuses” include Ta-Nehisi Coates and a third-generation puppeteer

9/29/2015 - Study: Teens who eat a Western diet suffer poor academic performance

9/29/2015 - Being stereotyped makes you more likely to act badly

9/29/2015 - Adblockers: the only way out of the ad industry’s short-sighted greed

9/29/2015 - Photos: Hong Kong demonstrators marked one year since the pro-democracy “umbrella movement”

9/29/2015 - If there is liquid water on Mars, no one—not even NASA—can get anywhere near it

9/29/2015 - Google is bringing free WiFi to train stations in India—but there’s a catch

9/29/2015 - A terrifying robot baby is teaching scientists about baby feelings

9/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Tesla’s SUV debuts, India slashes interest rates, glowing sea turtles

9/29/2015 - Tesla’s SUV debuts, India slashes interest rates, glowing sea turtles

9/29/2015 - Why the things you love about a new partner will drive you crazy in two years

9/29/2015 - Ads have started watching you back, which is not creepy at all

9/29/2015 - Why an Indian film has never won an Oscar

9/29/2015 - Nollywood’s runaway success has inspired a New Nollywood in Nigeria and beyond

9/29/2015 - Read the full text of Xi Jinping’s first UN address

9/29/2015 - “My name is Raghuram Rajan and I do what I do”

9/29/2015 - These temples in Pakistan are now Islamic schools

9/29/2015 - China climbs the UN peacekeeper charts by committing 8,000 troops

9/29/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Tesla’s SUV, China’s UN pledge, glowing sea turtle

9/29/2015 - Tesla’s SUV, China’s UN pledge, glowing sea turtle

9/29/2015 - Zambia’s economy is in trouble—and the government is lashing out at a rating agency

9/28/2015 - Yahoo has decided it’ll spin off Alibaba—even without the blessing of the IRS

9/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Tesla’s SUV, Obama vs Putin, “Netflix and chill” button

9/28/2015 - Tesla’s SUV, Obama vs Putin, “Netflix and chill” button

9/28/2015 - “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” is a wholesome, modern day “The Brady Bunch”

9/28/2015 - Look, it’s the world’s first glowing sea turtle

9/28/2015 - The iPhone 6S Plus is the best computer I’ve used—and a reason to upgrade every year

9/28/2015 - No sun, no wind, no problem: How one plant makes renewable energy reliable

9/28/2015 - Why the US should give Putin free rein in Syria

9/28/2015 - Google Maps and Aclima just committed to mapping air pollution in California

9/28/2015 - Whole Foods is firing 1,500 workers to offer you lower prices

9/28/2015 - US Senator Elizabeth Warren: “Black lives matter. Black citizens matter. Black families matter.”

9/28/2015 - An actual supermodel posted this note on Instagram after facing one too many body-shaming comments

9/28/2015 - Mining giant Glencore’s shares just got Volkswagen’d

9/28/2015 - To all the men on Tinder I might have loved

9/28/2015 - Volkswagen’s ex-CEO is being investigated for fraud amid the automaker’s huge emissions scandal

9/28/2015 - NASA finds its “strongest evidence yet” that water flows on Mars

9/28/2015 - Gender inequality is costing the world $28 trillion

9/28/2015 - Good news for Chipotle carnitas lovers: Your nightmare is almost over

9/28/2015 - Parents want Welch’s to stop selling children fruity candy like it’s actual fruit

9/28/2015 - Iran’s persecution of the Baha’i has been met by silence from Rouhani–and the world

9/28/2015 - John Oliver beautifully “roasts” alleged pig-lover David Cameron

9/28/2015 - Why most smokers develop lung problems—and a lucky few don’t

9/28/2015 - The Pope sides with Kim Davis, and says refusing gay marriage is a “human right”

9/28/2015 - A Nigerian human rights group blames Saudi Arabia for the hajj deaths

9/28/2015 - Driving–even living near traffic–makes us dumb, sick and lonely

9/28/2015 - Banksy’s Dismaland will be stripped for parts to provide shelter to refugees in France

9/28/2015 - Future millennial CEOs: Keep these career lessons in mind

9/28/2015 - In this school, children will grow up believing bathrooms have no gender

9/28/2015 - Is the UN Security Council’s reform motion too little too late?

9/28/2015 - Netflix has invented a “Netflix and chill” button

9/28/2015 - Which is the better place to work, Google or Facebook?

9/28/2015 - How America ended up with a student debt disaster, in three easy charts

9/28/2015 - The world’s refugees should be given international passports

9/28/2015 - Schools are teaching kids to meditate so that they’ll be more focused and less stressed

9/28/2015 - Thomas Piketty has been given the chance to craft some actual policies

9/28/2015 - Russia dislikes Apple’s same-sex emoji couples as much as it hates the real thing

9/28/2015 - After eight futile years, Shell has given up drilling for oil in the Arctic

9/28/2015 - How the refugee crisis makes Europe feel

9/28/2015 - Therapy could prevent healthy kids from developing anxiety disorders

9/28/2015 - Google wants to DJ your next party with a new Chromecast for music

9/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Obama meets Putin, Olympic skateboarding, supermoon waves

9/28/2015 - Obama meets Putin, Olympic skateboarding, supermoon waves

9/28/2015 - Uber’s ​biggest​ Asian competitors have already raised about $7 billion—and could soon merge

9/28/2015 - Photos: A total lunar eclipse turned a supermoon blood red—for the first time in 33 years

9/28/2015 - Embattled at home, Narendra Modi seeks love and endorsement in San Jose

9/28/2015 - South African companies can’t seem to crack Nigeria’s tough consumer market

9/28/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Obama and Putin chat, Catalonian votes, supermoon waves

9/28/2015 - Obama and Putin chat, Catalonian votes, supermoon waves

9/28/2015 - Why Narendra Modi’s San Jose speech sounded like the one at Madison Square Garden

9/27/2015 - Chinese president Xi Jinping will arrive at the UN armed with a list of things he wants changed

9/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Catalonia votes, Putin at the UN, the supermoon, and habitable exoplanets

9/27/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Catalonia votes, Putin at the UN, the supermoon, and habitable exoplanets

9/27/2015 - Modi and Zuckerberg’s big Facebook town hall had tears but little substance

9/27/2015 - Watch Narendra Modi’s town hall at Facebook HQ

9/27/2015 - A Japanese sushi chain is getting rid of its conveyor belts

9/27/2015 - Pope Francis is not a progressive—he just has terrific PR

9/27/2015 - Inside Chipotle’s extremely intense, 39-point checklist for good management

9/27/2015 - These are the top 10 books Americans tried to ban last year

9/27/2015 - Another European mayor has filmed an aggressive warning to refugees coming to his city

9/27/2015 - Syrian refugees once had lives that were just the same as ours

9/27/2015 - How I found closure after confronting my rapist online

9/27/2015 - WhatsApp is now the primary platform for political trash talk in Tanzania’s election campaign

9/26/2015 - All graduates get paid more—but for women, the premium is much higher than for men

9/26/2015 - Could allowing alcohol sales in “dry” US counties cut the number of meth labs?

9/26/2015 - Theoretical astrophysicists have discovered that millions of planets are more habitable than we realized

9/26/2015 - This is the skill that determines your child’s future employability

9/26/2015 - This little-known “no-visa zone” in the Arctic connects Europe to Russia

9/26/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Volkswagen’s future, memories of Everest, Quartz turns three

9/26/2015 - Weekend edition—Volkswagen’s future, memories of Everest, Quartz turns three

9/26/2015 - Premium pet food is really expensive—and not actually better for your pet

9/26/2015 - The AP will no longer use “skeptics” to describe people who don’t believe in climate change

9/26/2015 - If you like football, you should welcome migrants

9/26/2015 - All car companies cheat on emissions tests—it’s just that most do it legally

9/26/2015 - One year later, Mexico City refuses to let memory of the 43 missing students die

9/26/2015 - Weekend edition—Volkswagen’s future, memories of Everest, Quartz turns three

9/25/2015 - Weekend edition—Volkswagen’s future, memories of Everest, Quartz turns three

9/25/2015 - Neymar just ran into tax trouble—a problem all too common now for soccer’s global superstars

9/25/2015 - Now women can be Navy SEALS, too

9/25/2015 - That device also defeated the public’s trust in the Volkswagen brand

9/25/2015 - Banker bros are getting their revenge on Soho House

9/25/2015 - Video game competitions are about to become network sports events

9/25/2015 - You can now watch Netflix in ~virtual reality~

9/25/2015 - What’s wrong with this picture: Fossil fuel companies want to advise governments on climate change

9/25/2015 - The Pope, Xi, and Obama walk into a bar: Who lectures the other two on human rights?

9/25/2015 - China’s new carbon market is a huge opportunity and a potential disaster

9/25/2015 - The cost of letting the Arctic melt has been revealed—and it’s staggering

9/25/2015 - A magnetic pulse to the brain will change your views on criminal punishment

9/25/2015 - Amazon’s “Transparent” flash sale on Prime membership today is great strategy

9/25/2015 - Virtual reality might actually be accessible to the masses

9/25/2015 - FIFA boss Sepp Blatter is now under criminal investigation in Switzerland

9/25/2015 - Study: Viable pregnancies may be getting misdiagnosed as miscarriages

9/25/2015 - Mecca belongs to all Muslims, and Saudi Arabia shouldn’t be allowed to run it

9/25/2015 - You might want to turn off this new iOS 9 setting if you don’t have unlimited data

9/25/2015 - Google’s most expensive search keywords are for ambulance-chasing lawyers

9/25/2015 - The psychology of poverty helps explain why it’s so hard to escape

9/25/2015 - The Dalai Lama says any female successor would have to be “very attractive”

9/25/2015 - The way to fix outrageous drug pricing in the US is simply to do what all other rich countries do

9/25/2015 - Companies are finally going to offer this cheap benefit that makes a big statement

9/25/2015 - John Boehner’s resignation shows the wheels have come off the Republican party

9/25/2015 - Here’s how to find a career that is both personally satisfying and will make a difference

9/25/2015 - I have a PhD in economics and still don’t consider myself a “math person”

9/25/2015 - At the heart of every good startup is an important problem

9/25/2015 - This abandoned Mad Men-era terminal at JFK airport will reopen as a hotel

9/25/2015 - This airline wants to safely fly refugees into Europe. Here’s why it needs to exist

9/25/2015 - People have linked their brains to play “20 Questions” using just their thoughts

9/25/2015 - Meditation can improve your life and work, but you have to do it like you mean it

9/25/2015 - Netflix knows how long it takes to “hook” you on a show, down to the exact episode

9/25/2015 - Pope Francis would love the obscure theories of this dead Romanian economist

9/25/2015 - I survived the deadliest day in Everest’s history, and I’m still surviving it

9/25/2015 - Chinese companies welcomed Xi Jinping to the US with some very expensive New York Times spreads

9/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—China embraces carbon trading, super blood moon, your cloud of microbes

9/25/2015 - China embraces carbon trading, super blood moon, your cloud of microbes

9/25/2015 - Volkswagen’s best shot at a comeback now has the automaker right where Elon Musk wants it

9/25/2015 - Bill Gates on the most important thing the United Nations has done in this century

9/25/2015 - The pioneering photographer who influences almost every Indian Instagram user

9/25/2015 - Pluto’s surface looks like “dragon scales” in NASA’s new high-res color photos

9/25/2015 - Lessons from Thomas Piketty for South Africa, one of the most unequal countries in the world

9/25/2015 - Modi’s India is moving—but not fast enough to impress the US, or beat China

9/25/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Fed hike timing, Nike’s bumper earnings, comet weather system

9/25/2015 - Fed hike timing, Nike’s bumper earnings, comet weather system

9/25/2015 - A record number of Arctic-going vessels have permits to travel the ice-free route north of Russia

9/24/2015 - California capitalism is starting to look a lot like Polish communism

9/24/2015 - It appears Porsche’s leader now has the very tough task of halting Volkswagen’s free fall

9/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Fed hike timing, new VW CEO, McDonald’s organic burger

9/24/2015 - Fed hike timing, new VW CEO, McDonald’s organic burger

9/24/2015 - Steven Soderbergh is making an interactive “choose your own adventure” project for HBO

9/24/2015 - The 54 countries with faster LTE than the US

9/24/2015 - McDonald’s reveals its first organic hamburger

9/24/2015 - Iran blames the Saudis for the Mecca stampede; the Saudis blame the pilgrims

9/24/2015 - This recently surfaced medieval map captures the geography of love

9/24/2015 - Hajj 2015: Millions gather in Mecca to worship, in stunning photos

9/24/2015 - Watch: Google’s new CEO Sundar Pichai gives a warm Silicon Valley welcome to Modi

9/24/2015 - We don’t really know what motivates families to circumcise their daughters

9/24/2015 - Who will be the next James Bond? All of the internet rumors in one timeline

9/24/2015 - There’s one particular company that would really hate Hillary Clinton’s drug price plan

9/24/2015 - Volkswagen’s crisis could be good news for the company’s value—in the long term

9/24/2015 - Watch a video of this crazy device that makes virtual reality feel real

9/24/2015 - The pope’s visit to New York City

9/24/2015 - Grexit, the unfortunately named software startup, is changing its name

9/24/2015 - Janet Yellen is kind of like the Pope of money, and she needs a miracle

9/24/2015 - Wells Fargo is getting sued for mortgage discrimination—again

9/24/2015 - The Pope’s one sentence about immigration got a standing ovation from US Congress

9/24/2015 - Are this season’s “pussy bow” blouses feminist?

9/24/2015 - The paltry sum paid to a writer for 178 million streams of his hit song

9/24/2015 - The Pope calls for the global abolition of the death penalty, saying “every life is sacred”

9/24/2015 - This coveted architecture prize has been awarded to a woman—for the first time since 1848

9/24/2015 - Has the modernization of the pilgrimage to Mecca gone too far?

9/24/2015 - The White House confirms: Obama and Putin will meet in New York next week

9/24/2015 - Kigali is “Africa’s cleanest city,” but that comes at a heavy price

9/24/2015 - Watch a paraplegic man walk again for the first time in five years—with no robotic help

9/24/2015 - True “pro-life” conservatives should support lifesaving fetal tissue research

9/24/2015 - All women’s contraceptives are terrible

9/24/2015 - You are expelling a million microbes an hour, and they could be used to identify you

9/24/2015 - Mao, Bolívar, and the Romanovs: The enduring political power of corpses

9/24/2015 - At least 700 people died in a stampede during the Muslim holy pilgrimage to Mecca

9/24/2015 - The Brazilian real is sliding down a painfully familiar path

9/24/2015 - Do humans stand a chance in Earth’s sixth mass extinction?

9/24/2015 - This new 3D printer adds stunning laser-cut precision to your DIY craft projects

9/24/2015 - How to happily endure 20,000 days with another human being

9/24/2015 - Charted: How much venture capitalists are to blame for San Francisco’s rising rents

9/24/2015 - The best way to calm your child is the simplest

9/24/2015 - The essential to-do list for the aspiring entrepreneur

9/24/2015 - If Congress truly support US troops, they’ll avoid a government shutdown

9/24/2015 - The many different words men and women use to describe themselves on OKCupid

9/24/2015 - A man who tracked five years of sneezes might have a fix for your pollen allergy

9/24/2015 - Why are we still calling them phones?

9/24/2015 - In photos: 70 years of India’s growing clout at the United Nations

9/24/2015 - After 51 years, Colombia’s bloody, cocaine-funded civil war is almost over

9/24/2015 - The EPA is under fire for approving pesticides without confirming how harmful they are to bees

9/24/2015 - UN peacekeeping needs a major technological update

9/24/2015 - Arab denial of Western superiority has backfired in the Middle East

9/24/2015 - PSA: You can’t have sex with your robots

9/24/2015 - Fidgeting at work may actually be great for your health

9/24/2015 - The world’s largest green roof, with an orchard and a vineyard, is planned for Silicon Valley

9/24/2015 - Colombia-Farc agreement, Hajj stampede, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Colombia-Farc agreement, Hajj stampede, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/24/2015 - An Infosys veteran is India’s most prolific angel investor

9/24/2015 - Can Chinese smartphones spark India’s long overdue manufacturing revolution?

9/24/2015 - India wants to give the world its next youth Scrabble champion—after Pakistan

9/24/2015 - The Pope addresses Congress, Modi in New York, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/24/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—the Pope addresses Congress, Modi in New York, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/24/2015 - Thank you, readers—Quartz turns three years old today

9/24/2015 - Missing from the US-China tech summit class photo: Uber, Google, and women

9/23/2015 - The US’s tech elite assembled to meet China’s president—and posed for an amazing class photo

9/23/2015 - Sorry to break it to you, Priyanka Chopra, but you’re a feminist

9/23/2015 - VW CEO resigns, Pope Francis addresses Congress, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—VW CEO resigns, Pope Francis addresses Congress, Japan’s centenarian sprinter

9/23/2015 - See: Facebook is bringing immersive, 360-degree VR videos to your newsfeed

9/23/2015 - Watch: Westerners in China call Xi Jinping “super charismatic” and “so cute” in this propaganda video

9/23/2015 - UBS CEO urges bankers to take more risks

9/23/2015 - Draconian US copyright rules made it easier for Volkswagen to cheat

9/23/2015 - An Islamic militant group in Bangladesh released a worldwide hitlist of secular bloggers

9/23/2015 - The UN needs to help Sri Lanka come to grips with its 26-year civil war

9/23/2015 - SMS texting is helping solve Africa’s health infrastructure problem

9/23/2015 - Mexican laborers in the US are cleverly playing the world’s financial markets

9/23/2015 - An upcoming season of “Serial” will reportedly be about US army sergeant Bowe Bergdahl

9/23/2015 - Volkswagen’s emissions scandal is pulling down platinum prices

9/23/2015 - This stunning photo of Earth from space shows Los Angeles shining like a supernova

9/23/2015 - Twitter’s board needs to get over the fact that Jack Dorsey is running two companies

9/23/2015 - Watch: Stephen Colbert expertly returned Donald Trump to his rightful position as a comedy side show

9/23/2015 - Volkswagen’s CEO resigns amid emissions-cheating scandal

9/23/2015 - Carly Fiorina proves being a female candidate doesn’t make you good for women

9/23/2015 - A new, enormous 3D printer whips cheap homes out of mud

9/23/2015 - How much diplomatic power does the Pope have? More than you’d think

9/23/2015 - What’s Jeb Bush got against net neutrality, anyway?

9/23/2015 - People’s secret confessions and existential crises are on display in a UK train station

9/23/2015 - You really only use three apps on your phone

9/23/2015 - An Apple Watch saved a teen’s life—and then Tim Cook offered him an internship

9/23/2015 - Burkina Faso’s interim president is back in charge after a week-long coup

9/23/2015 - What to do when someone tells you your faith makes you less of an American

9/23/2015 - Women, more than men, see the downsides of getting promoted

9/23/2015 - Xi Jinping’s Seattle dinner: Japanese ingredients and cheap wine

9/23/2015 - Remember the monkey selfie? PETA are suing to give the monkey the rights to it

9/23/2015 - Photos: The rainbow beauty of Lithuania’s Soviet-era “garage towns”

9/23/2015 - What if work was about the actual value of your passion?

9/23/2015 - This is the most important employee benefit coming to American workplaces since 401(k)s

9/23/2015 - New Zealand’s rugby team pays homage to indigenous culture without appropriating it

9/23/2015 - Can Xi Jinping achieve anything concrete on his US travels?

9/23/2015 - Another source of well-paying, middle-class jobs in the US is under threat

9/23/2015 - Silicon Valley shouldn’t let China strong-arm it into spying

9/23/2015 - An open letter to Europe from the Czech people

9/23/2015 - In San Francisco, tech bus drivers are sleeping in their cars

9/23/2015 - Yogi Berra became a baseball legend, but it was a hug that made him immortal

9/23/2015 - There’s arsenic in our rice—and here’s an easy way to get it out

9/23/2015 - World leader visits, China’s poor manufacturing, $1,500 sandwiches

9/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—World leader visits, China’s poor manufacturing, $1,500 sandwiches

9/23/2015 - Burundi’s political crisis is making one of the poorest countries on earth even worse off

9/23/2015 - The Scots have 400 words for snow—including “nizzer,” “spitterie,” and “flaggie”

9/23/2015 - There’s a new early warning tool for predicting genocide. Guess which country comes out on top?

9/23/2015 - India’s new currency notes will help millions of visually disabled transact better

9/23/2015 - The internet may have reached peak language

9/23/2015 - An elite Indian school has an absurd rule—boys and girls must be separated by a meter

9/23/2015 - Bollywood just won’t back movies on women, says director of Angry Indian Goddesses

9/23/2015 - Why Wall Street is pouring millions into India’s real estate sector

9/23/2015 - The Chinese Communist Party released a video of English speakers praising Xi Jinping

9/23/2015 - The bad stuff that Xi Jinping’s rosy speech in Seattle neglected to mention

9/23/2015 - World leader visits, China’s poor manufacturing, lethal selfies

9/23/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—World leader visits, China’s poor manufacturing, lethal selfies

9/23/2015 - Tour the posh New York real estate linked to a US investigation of Malaysia’s prime minister

9/23/2015 - The song “Happy Birthday” now belongs to everyone, a US federal judge has ruled

9/22/2015 - A first look at the Chinese operating system the government wants to replace Windows

9/22/2015 - A blueprint for ending world poverty can indeed change the world

9/22/2015 - Ta-Nehisi Coates is writing a Black Panther comic series for Marvel

9/22/2015 - It’s true, New York built a really ugly chair for the Pope

9/22/2015 - Quirky, the startup behind the coolest gadgets we never knew we needed, is bankrupt

9/22/2015 - World leader visits, Volkwagen’s swelling scandal, lethal selfies

9/22/2015 - Africa’s extensive mobile phone network is turning out to be crucial for its healthcare systems

9/22/2015 - Los Angeles, teeming with homeless people, declared a state of emergency

9/22/2015 - The new iPhone is as fast as a MacBook

9/22/2015 - Volkswagen’s scandal hits other European car stocks

9/22/2015 - Why connecting the billions of people who are offline requires more than just cables (or even drones)

9/22/2015 - Tanzania’s presidential race is not as tight as previously thought—not even close

9/22/2015 - More proof that when it comes to hiring, it’s who you know that matters

9/22/2015 - Why we can’t stop US drug companies from charging astronomical prices

9/22/2015 - China arrests an American businesswoman for stealing state secrets, just as its president visits the US

9/22/2015 - Tesla still has to beat Apple, Google, and the entire auto industry to win the electric car market

9/22/2015 - Deutsche Bank had a forum on women in business and called it “Men Matter”

9/22/2015 - Taylor Swift’s “1989” may be the best thing that happened to indie artists

9/22/2015 - Super-agent Andrew “The Jackal” Wylie may inherit another large chunk of the world’s literary talent

9/22/2015 - How Big Shampoo conditioned us to buy products our hair—and environment—don’t need

9/22/2015 - Israel will use supposedly “non-lethal” sniper rifles against rock-throwers

9/22/2015 - Bank of America just filed a patent that would let you send money using bitcoin

9/22/2015 - Earth’s gravitational pull is reshaping the surface of the moon

9/22/2015 - The world’s first self-driving public shuttle is smart, efficient, and adorable

9/22/2015 - This classroom in a suitcase puts 40 kids online via virtually unbreakable tablets

9/22/2015 - If you’re under 30, you’re probably thinking about investing all wrong

9/22/2015 - A drugs firm defends raising the price of life-saving HIV medication by a mere 5,000%

9/22/2015 - A 91-year-old woman has been charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder at Auschwitz

9/22/2015 - Americans are throwing away tons of “ugly food” each year, causing widespread food insecurity

9/22/2015 - Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein has a “highly curable” form of cancer

9/22/2015 - Americans couldn’t eat enough vegetables even if they wanted to

9/22/2015 - SodaStream is offering 1,000 jobs to Syrian refugees—but Israel won’t let it happen

9/22/2015 - There’s still a happily ever after for couples who have a baby before marriage

9/22/2015 - These pictures show what really happens in the background of stylized Instagram shots

9/22/2015 - Delta is opening airport spas its customers can’t use

9/22/2015 - 18 things you should do immediately to best prepare for the next five years

9/22/2015 - When it comes to trading dodgy stocks, the UK and China deserve each other

9/22/2015 - There’s a very simple reason why no carmaker can seem to rule the industry for long

9/22/2015 - Volkswagen admits that its cheating software is in 11 million cars worldwide

9/22/2015 - Telling stories out loud helps children learn to read

9/22/2015 - The Syrian war is prompting the first-ever withdrawal from the doomsday seed vault

9/22/2015 - The Pope vs. Kim Davis

9/22/2015 - For $10,000, you can now print your own pound of human flesh

9/22/2015 - Bridge players are outraged to be told that bridge isn’t officially a sport

9/22/2015 - The end is nigh: Robots and drones are working together

9/22/2015 - Pope and Xi US visits, Volkswagen’s troubles grow, moon shrinkage

9/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Pope and Xi US visits, Volkswagen’s troubles grow, moon shrinkage

9/22/2015 - Hajj 2015: The precarious balance between pilgrimage and consumerism may be shifting

9/22/2015 - If you care about climate change, it’s getting easier to find companies to invest in

9/22/2015 - Narendra Modi has been going to places no Indian prime minister has set foot in decades

9/22/2015 - Why I wouldn’t bet my house on LTE in Africa

9/22/2015 - Africans’ financial lives—from getting paid to taking out loans—are happening on mobile phones

9/22/2015 - Business Insider is reportedly worth $560 million, twice the price of the Washington Post

9/22/2015 - Serum Institute: How an Indian horse breeder built Asia’s largest vaccine company

9/22/2015 - Finally, India will produce fewer lousy, incapable engineers every year

9/22/2015 - Pope and Xi in the US, Volkswagen’s criminal probe, moon shrinkage

9/22/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Pope and Xi in the US, Volkswagen’s criminal probe, moon shrinkage

9/21/2015 - Working for a Chinese boss is great, ordinary Americans explain in this slick new pro-China video

9/21/2015 - Pope and Xi in the US, Volkswagen’s criminal probe, Stonehenge for sale

9/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Pope and Xi in the US, Volkswagen’s criminal probe, Stonehenge for sale

9/21/2015 - Choice questions from Donald Trump’s disastrous Twitter interview

9/21/2015 - You can now unlock your iPhone 5S for free

9/21/2015 - Hollywood’s come a long way, baby—but it’s definitely not a meritocracy

9/21/2015 - Apple’s electric car project has been upgraded from experiment to happening

9/21/2015 - Charts: Latinos in the US really need a Viola Davis

9/21/2015 - The US egg industry is losing its fight to keep chickens in cages

9/21/2015 - There is no such thing as having it all—and no workplace can change that

9/21/2015 - Jon Hamm’s overdue Emmy win is a case study on how to overcome career failure

9/21/2015 - Former Israeli soldier: The occupation of Palestine “is the institution of war as a way of life”

9/21/2015 - Saudi Arabia is preparing to behead and crucify a 21-year-old activist

9/21/2015 - France is now censoring your Google search results, wherever you are

9/21/2015 - New outbreaks of polio are “vaccine-derived”—but that doesn’t mean vaccines caused polio

9/21/2015 - Tiny particles in the air have been linked to early death, in one of the biggest US studies ever

9/21/2015 - Has LinkedIn’s editorial strategy been a huge missed opportunity?

9/21/2015 - In Cuba, the pope should not shy from criticizing the Castros

9/21/2015 - These charts show the stark differences in what men and women want from each other

9/21/2015 - 100 years ago today a doting husband bought Stonehenge for his wife

9/21/2015 - Kickstarter is taking altruism a step forward by vowing to never go public or sell

9/21/2015 - Why Nigeria’s newest start-ups are sprouting outside the megacity of Lagos

9/21/2015 - US conservatives are using abortion to threaten another government shutdown

9/21/2015 - Carly Fiorina’s debate win propels her into second place behind Donald Trump

9/21/2015 - Why very few companies can pull off a logo redesign like Google’s

9/21/2015 - Ahmed truthers are on a mission to prove his story was a hoax

9/21/2015 - Thomas Piketty says Europe needs to get real about what’s possible for Greece

9/21/2015 - Almost half of Kenyan teachers make less than $230 a month

9/21/2015 - Today it cost Volkswagen $17 billion to say “sorry”

9/21/2015 - 21 top-notch pieces of career advice from teachers at Stanford Business School

9/21/2015 - The “Waze left” may be coming to an end

9/21/2015 - The UN is using virtual reality and an immersive “wormhole” to connect diplomats with Syrian refugees

9/21/2015 - The best entrepreneurs are like brilliant artists in these four ways

9/21/2015 - Quiz: Is it an ’80s band or super PAC?

9/21/2015 - Another prominent critic of Malaysia’s embattled prime minister has been detained

9/21/2015 - How to plan—and pull off—a career pivot

9/21/2015 - Russia, where separatism is illegal, hosted a conference for foreign separatist groups

9/21/2015 - Two charts show why the Syrian refugee crisis is only going to worsen

9/21/2015 - This free online encyclopedia has achieved what Wikipedia can only dream of

9/21/2015 - Burkina Faso has a draft deal to end the coup—but that doesn’t mean order will be restored

9/21/2015 - In Japan, you can rent “Handsome Weeping Boys” to wipe away your tears

9/21/2015 - Syriza’s fresh mandate, Apple’s China hack, humming giraffes

9/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Syriza’s fresh mandate, Apple’s China hack, humming giraffes

9/21/2015 - A living reminder of India and Africa’s 4,000 years of shared history: The mighty Baobab tree

9/21/2015 - In 2025, Delhi’s air will be the world’s deadliest—killing over 30,000

9/21/2015 - China’s awful internet speed has spread malware to millions of smartphones

9/21/2015 - The real-life stats behind Viola Davis’s emotional Emmys speech about diversity on television

9/21/2015 - The “Black Mirror” episode that imagined David Cameron’s dalliance with a pig

9/21/2015 - Yes, Beijing’s marathon was polluted, but it wasn’t the scene of seven heart attacks

9/21/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Syriza re-elected, Pope Francis in Cuba, humming giraffes

9/21/2015 - Syriza re-elected, Pope Francis in Cuba, humming giraffes

9/20/2015 - The evolving relationship between the US and China, charted

9/20/2015 - The secret to Anna Wintour’s success isn’t “bitchiness”

9/20/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—World Peace Day, rugby’s big upset, the sounds giraffes make

9/20/2015 - World Peace Day, rugby’s big upset, the sounds giraffes make

9/20/2015 - In photos: The journey of Jagmohan Dalmiya, architect of Indian cricket’s commercial rise

9/20/2015 - A guide to Narendra Modi’s trip to New York and Silicon Valley

9/20/2015 - Greeks have reluctantly re-elected Alexis Tsipras and Syriza

9/20/2015 - How to watch the Emmys without cable

9/20/2015 - Encrypted communication means we may never find aliens, says Snowden

9/20/2015 - Neuroscience backs up the Buddhist belief  that “the self” isn’t constant, but ever-changing

9/20/2015 - A furniture startup promises four-minute assembly minus the harrowing trip to IKEA

9/20/2015 - The frightening spread of antibiotic resistance around the world, visualized

9/20/2015 - How the forces behind fashion decided it’s time for women to show a lot more shoulder

9/20/2015 - Why does this brilliant, bestselling book have such a cheesy cover?

9/20/2015 - Islam is just as European as Christianity

9/20/2015 - We need to pay more attention to our grandparents’ sex lives

9/20/2015 - Burberry’s new collection will debut on the vanishing photo app Snapchat

9/20/2015 - Quartz Africa Weekly: African Innovators take over Nairobi, Burkina Faso’s putsch

9/19/2015 - The next frontier in television: TVs that watch you back

9/19/2015 - Virgin snake gives birth for the second time in two years

9/19/2015 - Almost every NFL player who donated his brain to science had brain disease

9/19/2015 - Obama nominates the US military’s first openly gay leader

9/19/2015 - To deal with its concussion crisis, the NFL is starting to learn from rugby

9/19/2015 - Scientists have programmed robots to build bridges without human help

9/19/2015 - Video: An awe-inspiring model of our solar system, built to scale

9/19/2015 - Greece could sure use a philosopher-king right about now

9/18/2015 - Weekend edition—The ad-block wars, dark-web drugs, 0.01% fashion

9/18/2015 - Some Best Buy stores are now accepting Apple Pay

9/18/2015 - A crusade to rescue the dying accent mark on the internet

9/18/2015 - Four things non-Greeks should know about the Greek election

9/18/2015 - VW has been ordered to recall almost half a million cars over a deceptive algorithm

9/18/2015 - We’ve been admiring Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings for decades through one very specific lens

9/18/2015 - Why Etsy engineers send company-wide emails confessing mistakes they made

9/18/2015 - The creator of the best-selling iPhone ad blocker just pulled it from the App Store

9/18/2015 - With a big new influx of design students, China sets its sights on New York fashion

9/18/2015 - Rates, crates, and cranes: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

9/18/2015 - Audi is going after Tesla in the luxury electric car market

9/18/2015 - Slovenia is becoming the latest hotspot in Europe’s migration crisis

9/18/2015 - The refugee tripped by a Hungarian camerawoman has an amazing new job in Spain

9/18/2015 - Who actually buys couture, anyway?

9/18/2015 - The best infographics of 2015, and why we can’t stop looking at them

9/18/2015 - UK researchers studying miscarriage have reignited a global debate on editing human DNA

9/18/2015 - China is bringing sophisticated censorship to the US for president Xi’s state visit

9/18/2015 - Terrorists around the world love this classic Casio wristwatch

9/18/2015 - Reliable data is the answer to Africa’s $1 trillion agriculture opportunity

9/18/2015 - These tweaks to your morning routine will make your entire day more productive

9/18/2015 - Don’t laugh at the scientist who allowed bees to sting him repeatedly on his genitals

9/18/2015 - With this ultra-thin cloth, we’re getting closer to a real-life invisibility cloak

9/18/2015 - Twitter makes the case it’s bigger than Facebook (really)

9/18/2015 - Mapping who drinks wine or beer in America, by tweets

9/18/2015 - These are the highest-paying MBA concentrations

9/18/2015 - Elon Musk’s politics are as enigmatic as his businesses

9/18/2015 - Don’t let Ashley Madison and Tinder fool you, millions of women use online dating

9/18/2015 - Photos: Soldiers crush protests in Burkina Faso

9/18/2015 - Sex robots are actually going to be good for humanity

9/18/2015 - The UN once planned to drain the Mediterranean in the name of peace

9/18/2015 - Science said a popular antidepressant was safe for teens—and then changed its mind

9/18/2015 - Podcast: Monsanto’s super-broccoli is bred for market domination. What could go wrong?

9/18/2015 - Inside the world’s only sanctuary for exiled journalists

9/18/2015 - A Hungarian mayor sends a threatening message to refugees with this weird homemade action video

9/18/2015 - The Intel-powered “wings” on this dress expand when your adrenaline spikes

9/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—The Pope in Cuba, yet another Greek vote, space toothbrushes

9/18/2015 - Here’s everything you need to know about rugby

9/18/2015 - The psychology behind why couples always fight when assembling Ikea furniture

9/18/2015 - Surviving an earthquake as a child could make you a bolder CEO, says study

9/18/2015 - Narendra Modi’s most popular move so far: Sending millions of Indians to the toilet

9/18/2015 - Why MF Husain painted Hindu figures (but not Muslim ones) in the nude

9/18/2015 - America’s founding fathers would have hated the Trump campaign’s approach to religion

9/18/2015 - The internet is making racial insensitivity in pop culture almost impossible to fight

9/18/2015 - Mapping who drinks wine or beer in Europe, by tweets

9/18/2015 - The CEOs facing off during Chinese president Xi Jinping’s state visit to the US show the importance of tech

9/18/2015 - Why India’s $168 billion river-linking project is a disaster-in-waiting

9/18/2015 - The stars are lining up for Indian astrology startups, but investors are still wary

9/18/2015 - Kellogg’s is betting $450 million on selling packaged food to Africa’s growing middle class

9/18/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Fed stays pat, Greek election, Japanese parliament brawl

9/18/2015 - The world could run out of one of the most effective snake bite medicines by 2016

9/17/2015 - Uber got two economics PhDs to explain how supply and demand works

9/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Fed stays pat, Greek election, Japanese parliament brawl

9/17/2015 - Pinterest, which just hit 100 million users, is growing much faster than expected

9/17/2015 - Worried about the safety of drone delivery? NASA has your back

9/17/2015 - What did we learn from the GOP debate?

9/17/2015 - The most popular paid iPhone app right now is an ad blocker

9/17/2015 - A lawsuit claims Microsoft’s infamous stack rankings made things worse for women

9/17/2015 - Swedish social experiment highlights the benefits of a six-hour work day

9/17/2015 - The Federal Reserve just decided not to raise interest rates

9/17/2015 - We’re live-charting the Fed’s big decision

9/17/2015 - Streaming wars: Amazon launches an improved Fire TV to rival the new Apple TV

9/17/2015 - How anxiety about terrorism impacts female candidates in elections

9/17/2015 - How overconfidence can set your business back years

9/17/2015 - The $500 million US effort to train anti-ISIL rebels has yielded “four or five” fighters

9/17/2015 - A Swiss health insurer is testing fitness trackers that could penalize inactive people

9/17/2015 - Photos: Japan’s lawmakers have a fistfight over pacifism

9/17/2015 - The story of the elite presidential guard that overthrew Burkina Faso’s government

9/17/2015 - This is how long your kids should be spending on extracurricular activities

9/17/2015 - Norway rewards Brazil with $1 billion for keeping the Amazon full of trees

9/17/2015 - Australia takes a stand against anti-vaxxers with a proposed $11,000 penalty

9/17/2015 - Amazon is now selling cheap tablets by the six-pack

9/17/2015 - Worried about paying for college? Get your daughter to play ice hockey

9/17/2015 - What I learned after spending a surreal few days as a Western tourist in North Korea

9/17/2015 - If you’re white, science says you’re probably a racist. Now what?

9/17/2015 - Amazon is trying to convince suspicious Mexican shoppers to buy online

9/17/2015 - What Elon Musk is really like as a boss

9/17/2015 - Walmart’s mobile chief just joined PepsiCo to lead its new e-commerce push

9/17/2015 - How companies are using LEGOs to unlock talent employees didn’t know they had

9/17/2015 - Roomba advances robot intelligence with a model that can map your house and remember where it’s cleaned

9/17/2015 - When it comes to casting models for fashion shows, inclusivity is in

9/17/2015 - Rosa Parks or Margaret Thatcher? The best and worst Republican suggestions for which woman to put on the $10 bill

9/17/2015 - China’s first high-speed train in the US will connect Los Angeles to Las Vegas

9/17/2015 - All those migrants arriving in Germany are actually set to boost its economy

9/17/2015 - Storing your thoughts in the cloud actually makes it easier to learn

9/17/2015 - Neurosis isn’t a disorder—and it may be a prerequisite for greatness

9/17/2015 - A $100 million investment in Lyft is the latest step in the growing anti-Uber coalition

9/17/2015 - On the streets of Kabul, despair and hope

9/17/2015 - Do you want your subway map to look pretty, or to reflect reality?

9/17/2015 - Photos: Disney’s ridiculous collection of random “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” products

9/17/2015 - Are those Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the dead child really offensive?

9/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—The Fed decides, Chile’s massive tsunami, robot garbage collectors

9/17/2015 - Here’s how you can find out if you were spied on by the UK and US governments

9/17/2015 - Burkina Faso, the hope of an “African Spring,” is in the middle of a military coup

9/17/2015 - These beautiful idols of Hindu elephant god are making their way to homes all across India today

9/17/2015 - Rich people increasingly prefer to get their financial advice from robots

9/17/2015 - A wish list from Indian entrepreneurs ahead of Modi’s Silicon Valley visit

9/17/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Fed decision day, tsunami hits Chile, robotic garbage collectors

9/17/2015 - The Chinese government is censoring a documentary about mothers who love their gay kids

9/17/2015 - Hillary Clinton is expertly trolling the Republican debate again—this time in Spanish

9/17/2015 - Carly Fiorina and Donald Trump are both right: They’re both pretty terrible at business

9/16/2015 - 14-foot waves hit Chile’s coast after a massive earthquake

9/16/2015 - Carly Fiorina dominates the GOP debate—and puts Donald Trump in his place

9/16/2015 - It looks like Kanye West watched a lot of Star Wars while designing his latest collection

9/16/2015 - More than half of Africans believe they live in democracies, but fewer are happy with them

9/16/2015 - Donald Trump’s slice of the news coverage pie, as compared to his opponents

9/16/2015 - Mark Zuckerberg invited Ahmed Mohamed, the teenage clockmaker, to Facebook

9/16/2015 - Dishonesty pays off in negotiations if done in this particular way

9/16/2015 - Millennials: Coming of age

9/16/2015 - The US gender wage gap, the narrowest in history, is still awful

9/16/2015 - “These old men look so terrible”—China watches the US Republican primary

9/16/2015 - The internet and Barack Obama are standing up for Ahmed Mohamed, the teenage clockmaker

9/16/2015 - An alarming share of American kids’ daily calories comes from fast food

9/16/2015 - Facebook’s “dislike” button is going to be a disaster

9/16/2015 - China’s latest refusal to fix its state-owned companies is bad news for the global economy

9/16/2015 - Syria’s president is blaming the West for the refugee crisis that he caused

9/16/2015 - The politics behind Malaysia’s recent anti-Chinese rally

9/16/2015 - This Nigerian architect wants to turn Africa’s water slums into floating cities

9/16/2015 - Watch NHL star Steven Stamkos pelt drones with pucks

9/16/2015 - Apple won’t be releasing a new operating system for the Apple Watch today after all

9/16/2015 - Tim Cook and Steve Wozniak really disagree on the upcoming Steve Jobs movie

9/16/2015 - US homebuilders haven’t felt this good in nearly a decade

9/16/2015 - Your decisions are affected by the environments in which they are made

9/16/2015 - The world’s tuna and mackerel populations are in a “catastrophic” decline

9/16/2015 - This is what the family tree of beer companies will look like if AB InBev acquires SABMiller

9/16/2015 - Social psychologists are almost all liberals—and it’s really hurting the field

9/16/2015 - Why scientists make bad entrepreneurs—and how to change that

9/16/2015 - The American middle class has lost a quarter century

9/16/2015 - Walmart built the fastest-growing retail app by focusing on one key shopper habit

9/16/2015 - Men, don’t be embarrassed if you’d rather make less money to be at home more

9/16/2015 - US egg prices are at their highest in more than 30 years

9/16/2015 - The pope warns churches to take in refugees—or else

9/16/2015 - If Anheuser-Busch gets its way, it will soon sell a third of the world’s beer

9/16/2015 - Antibacterial soap don’t seem to make a lick of difference

9/16/2015 - Charlie Hebdo is at it again—this time with jokes on drowned toddlers and the refugee crisis

9/16/2015 - An aid worker tells the harrowing story of one Syrian family’s escape to Greece

9/16/2015 - Before Mario became the hero of Super Mario Bros, he was the villain

9/16/2015 - Why does St. Louis care more about Syrian refugees than its black population?

9/16/2015 - The safe, user-friendly way to be a little drug lord: economic secrets of the dark web

9/16/2015 - The five biggest changes coming to your iPhone in Apple’s iOS 9 update

9/16/2015 - Unlike adults, it seems young people on antidepressants are more likely to commit crimes

9/16/2015 - The man deficit is real, but Tinder is not the (only) answer

9/16/2015 - The greatest trick The Donald ever pulled

9/16/2015 - Food that markets to both genders confuses people’s tastebuds

9/16/2015 - Assam can recover from devastating floods—if the government gets its act together

9/16/2015 - An AI computer learned how to beat almost anyone at chess in 72 hours

9/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US rates confusion, Republicans’ second debate, successful bird marriages

9/16/2015 - How this university beat the prestigious IITs to become India’s best

9/16/2015 - Australia isn’t the only country with a ridiculous number of prime ministers in the last five years

9/16/2015 - In Denmark, sex education is about having babies sooner rather than later

9/16/2015 - As countries assess which migrants can stay, Europe is struggling to define “safe”

9/16/2015 - The hidden cost of free internet in South Africa

9/16/2015 - Where are India’s super rich investing?

9/16/2015 - A 14-year-old Muslim boy was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school in Irving, Texas

9/16/2015 - A fading monsoon has shrivelled India’s rural economy

9/16/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Pivotal Fed meeting, Facebook’s “dislike” button, successful bird marriages

9/15/2015 - Charted: The economic horror show facing Australia’s new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull

9/15/2015 - Jeff Bezos’s rocket company is moving in a few doors down from Elon Musk’s SpaceX in Florida

9/15/2015 - Caught in a messy divorce between professors, Stanford’s business school dean is stepping down

9/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Pivotal Fed meeting, Facebook’s “dislike” button, successful bird marriages

9/15/2015 - Subway co-founder and CEO Fred DeLuca has passed away, leaving his sister in charge

9/15/2015 - Zimbabwe’s 91-year-old president delivered the wrong speech to parliament

9/15/2015 - Elton John claims he got a call from Vladimir Putin to discuss gay rights

9/15/2015 - Facebook is finally working on a “dislike” button

9/15/2015 - Problems at home aren’t stopping Chinese tourists from spending big in Europe

9/15/2015 - Americans agree computer science is important—but only one-quarter of US schools teach it

9/15/2015 - Much of the world has faster Netflix than the US

9/15/2015 - The B-side of capital preservation

9/15/2015 - A look at bond market liquidity

9/15/2015 - Forcing sex workers into the hidden economy will not keep them safe

9/15/2015 - How helping kids with their math homework can make them worse off

9/15/2015 - The euro zone just rode its weak currency to another record trade surplus

9/15/2015 - Study: Birds that mate for love have more successful bird families

9/15/2015 - Mercedes-Benz wants to launch a driverless limo service

9/15/2015 - The UN says American drone strikes killed up to 40 Yemeni civilians in Yemen in the last year

9/15/2015 - Hundreds of Europeans are driving to Hungary to offer rides to stranded migrants

9/15/2015 - Women who love olive oil will be thrilled to hear about this new health benefit

9/15/2015 - Your attitude is ultimately more important than your IQ

9/15/2015 - A crowd-funded group of amateurs is planning to send a man into space

9/15/2015 - Starbucks has opened its first shop on the Tibetan Plateau—and another around the corner

9/15/2015 - You are not your brain or your body

9/15/2015 - Why work? A psychologist explains the deeper meaning of your daily grind

9/15/2015 - Genetic engineering could save species from dying out

9/15/2015 - The UK made a list of repressive regimes, then invited some of them to buy weapons

9/15/2015 - The Fed is about to attempt the greatest monetary experiment in history

9/15/2015 - Survey: Tech experts on what 2025 will look like

9/15/2015 - Quota-driven police arrests shift the burden of justice to overworked public defenders

9/15/2015 - Take it from a Hungarian journalist: Orbán is playing a dangerous game

9/15/2015 - Video: Ory Okolloh explains why Africa can’t entrepreneur itself out of its basic problems

9/15/2015 - The Goldman Sachs-backed “Bloomberg Terminal killer” is ready for launch

9/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Japan holds steady, French hotels in Iran, terrorists’ favorite watch

9/15/2015 - For the first time ever, two Asian schools beat Yale in one popular university ranking

9/15/2015 - Jeremy Corbyn’s win is the product of a UK Labour party gamble for “authenticity”

9/15/2015 - Why vegetarians around the world need to get off their high horse

9/15/2015 - Which is the best startup school in India? Another startup

9/15/2015 - Without China, Apple’s iPhone pre-orders were probably a big disappointment

9/15/2015 - Delhi is fighting its worst dengue outbreak in five years—and it might get worse

9/15/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Tsipras rejects coalition, China’s new airstrip, terrorism’s favorite watch

9/14/2015 - Porsche is showing off an electric sports car that could take on Tesla

9/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Australian PM ousted, auto union showdown, terrorism’s favorite watch

9/14/2015 - It’s hard to blame adblockers when online video is pretty much unbearable

9/14/2015 - Migrant crisis: “If we don’t stop climate change, then what we see right now is just the beginning”

9/14/2015 - Humans of the world: This stunning new film will change how you see yourself

9/14/2015 - Read: California governor Jerry Brown tells Ben Carson to use his “considerable intelligence” to reconsider climate change denial

9/14/2015 - Get to the choppa! Arnold Schwarzenegger replaces Donald Trump as host of NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice”

9/14/2015 - You’ll soon be able to watch astronauts in ultra-HD on NASA’s new TV channel

9/14/2015 - James Blake’s arrest wasn’t a mistake—it’s business as usual for America’s racist police force

9/14/2015 - Photos: This beautiful 9/11 tribute is the show everyone is talking about at New York Fashion Week

9/14/2015 - Visible wealth has a dramatic effect on economic inequality

9/14/2015 - Photos: Explore the world’s biggest collection of flight attendant uniforms

9/14/2015 - Muji is collaborating with Japan’s housing agency to makeover old apartments

9/14/2015 - Will Australia’s new prime minister do better on climate change?

9/14/2015 - The best way to figure out how many hours of sleep you need

9/14/2015 - Chinese stocks see their biggest slump this month after industrial production stalls

9/14/2015 - The Fed would be deeply nuts to raise rates now

9/14/2015 - The most gifted students in India are outperforming academic prodigies in the US

9/14/2015 - A historian thinks he’s pinpointed the oldest known use of the f-word

9/14/2015 - Google hired a former Hyundai CEO to run its self-driving car program

9/14/2015 - Watch: John Oliver rewrites Miranda warnings with TV cops from ‘Law & Order’ and ‘The Wire’

9/14/2015 - Kentucky clerk Kim Davis returns to work, but still refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself

9/14/2015 - Watch: A GoPro launched into space in 2013 returns with extraordinary Grand Canyon footage

9/14/2015 - Alibaba’s naysayers are forgetting that e-commerce is still growing fast in China

9/14/2015 - Jeremy Corbyn begins his “radical” leadership by hiring a team of white men

9/14/2015 - The top 100 passwords on Ashley Madison

9/14/2015 - The next time you want to say “I love you,” turn on the computer

9/14/2015 - The new Star Wars film already boosted the UK economy before even opening

9/14/2015 - Record-breaking sale: A billionaire has bought the former US consulate in Mumbai for $113 million

9/14/2015 - The narrow chance immigrant entrepreneurs have at breaking through

9/14/2015 - To get the most out of your day, manage your attention not your time

9/14/2015 - Quartz Africa Summit in Nairobi: A forum on the innovators transforming the continent

9/14/2015 - Egyptian security forces’ fatal mistake could further damage the country’s struggling economy

9/14/2015 - Meet 30 innovators finding African solutions for African problems

9/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Australia’s leadership challenge, German border controls, whale culture

9/14/2015 - India’s health ministry gets a sanitary-napkin machine—but there’s just one problem

9/14/2015 - Australian prime minister Tony Abbott is ousted, giving the country its fifth new leader in five years

9/14/2015 - Narendra Modi’s gold schemes are impractical. Here is a better alternative

9/14/2015 - The most crucial item that migrants and refugees carry is a smartphone

9/14/2015 - Are Indian startups hiring recklessly?

9/14/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Tourists killed in Egypt, Labour’s new leader, whale culture

9/14/2015 - More than 100,000 acres of northern California are on fire

9/13/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Schengen suspended, Egyptian corruption, and whale culture

9/13/2015 - The 30-year-old agreement that symbolizes European unification is fraying at the edges

9/13/2015 - Philosophers explain the meaning of the Kierkegaard quote that comforts Joe Biden

9/13/2015 - Photos: All over Europe, people have taken to the streets to say “Welcome, refugees”

9/13/2015 - Rosh Hashanah in Tunisia: a rabbi reflects on the power of Muslim-Jewish solidarity

9/13/2015 - Data shows drone attacks will not work against ISIL in Syria

9/13/2015 - This is America’s year to fight the almighty Canadian maple syrup cartel

9/13/2015 - A new study shows that whales live and learn in their own unique animal culture

9/13/2015 - A yodelling expert and a slam poet have helped the Swiss choose a new national anthem

9/13/2015 - Only Scotland’s diaspora can save the dying native language

9/13/2015 - Fantasy football now matters more than official NFL teams

9/13/2015 - Quartz Africa Weekly: African Innovators, Joburg’s bus system, the best retail markets

9/12/2015 - New York’s Tribute in Light to 9/11 is stunning to both people and birds

9/12/2015 - Scientists want to rethink bans on tinkering with human embryo DNA

9/12/2015 - The colleges that help you get paid, without making you go broke

9/12/2015 - A powerful show brought “Black Lives Matter” to the runway at New York Fashion Week

9/12/2015 - North Korea insists it has a good human rights record, UN unconvinced

9/12/2015 - The UK Labour party just took a hard left turn

9/12/2015 - Fed up with filthy streets, Paris is cracking down on smokers

9/12/2015 - How to tell whether a child might become a psychopath, as early as five weeks old

9/12/2015 - Donald Trump and Jeremy Corbyn have almost nothing in common—except this

9/11/2015 - Quartz Weekend Brief—Corbyn and Trump, Singapore’s dissidents, glacial archaeology

9/11/2015 - When Serena Williams went down, prices on tickets to the US Open women’s final went with her

9/11/2015 - This mind-controlled prosthetic robot arm lets you actually feel what it touches

9/11/2015 - How an illiterate woman wrote love letters to her migrant husband in 1973

9/11/2015 - Study: Smokers who beat mortality rates may hold a special genetic key

9/11/2015 - Noncommunicable diseases will be the most common cause of death in Africa by 2030

9/11/2015 - A crane collapsed on Mecca’s Grand Mosque, killing at least 65 people

9/11/2015 - This cheap, new water-cleaning technique may transform life in developing countries

9/11/2015 - Washington DC’s Union Station is evacuated after a shooting

9/11/2015 - Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program is a brilliant strategy to turn carriers into “dumb pipes”

9/11/2015 - Greenbacks, redbacks, and the back half: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

9/11/2015 - I’m honoring the Sabbath–and fixing my plugged-in brain–by putting down my phone

9/11/2015 - America’s response to the refugee crisis reflects the worst of its past

9/11/2015 - Doctors have implanted a 3D-printed ribcage in an actual human being

9/11/2015 - The Palestinian flag will soon fly at the UN headquarters in New York

9/11/2015 - Goldman Sachs raises the possibility that oil will fall to $20 a barrel

9/11/2015 - How Hugh Hefner’s love of jazz shaped Playboy’s complicated, iconic legacy

9/11/2015 - The painful, hidden hell that awaits mothers who return to work two weeks after giving birth

9/11/2015 - These are the the most crystal-clear images of Pluto yet

9/11/2015 - Video: Hungarian police treat refugees “like animals,” caging them and throwing food

9/11/2015 - We’re not actually that busy, but we’re great at pretending we are

9/11/2015 - Seattle is nearly as important as the White House during Xi Jinping’s upcoming US trip

9/11/2015 - The “five-second rule”—a scientist evaluates whether your eating habits could make you sick

9/11/2015 - Finland’s wealthy could pay a “solidarity tax” to help support its influx of refugees

9/11/2015 - This is what it takes to get your photo on the cover of a National Geographic magazine

9/11/2015 - These are the stunning, untold stories you should be following on Instagram

9/11/2015 - Japan should be trying out a next-generation monetary policy

9/11/2015 - If you think you aren’t dreaming at night, you’re probably wrong

9/11/2015 - 9/11 forever changed the concept of immigration in the US

9/11/2015 - Beautiful prefabricated homes open in London for the city’s homeless

9/11/2015 - Government intervention can increase the happiness of a country’s entire population

9/11/2015 - The “gifted” system in US schools is broken, racist, and completely fixable

9/11/2015 - How the human brain has evolved in size—measured using tennis balls

9/11/2015 - Premier League soccer teams are using drones to film practices

9/11/2015 - A court has ruled that time spent traveling to and from work is “work”

9/11/2015 - Read: The best “missed connections” of Burning Man 2015

9/11/2015 - For the first time ever, China’s Communist Party is openly questioning its legitimacy

9/11/2015 - A $1,000 wheelbarrow has become a symbol of Kenya’s rampant government corruption

9/11/2015 - Fasten seat belts: IndiGo’s profits have jumped by 175%

9/11/2015 - Pakistan’s film industry is back in business—and not just because of Bollywood

9/11/2015 - OPEC now thinks that oil prices will stay below $50 a barrel for the rest of 2015

9/11/2015 - Keeping ISIL-produced “conflict cotton” out of our closets is easier said than done

9/11/2015 - Japan now has enough women over 100 years old to fill Yankee Stadium

9/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Singapore elections, Nespresso demand, mermaid bars

9/11/2015 - Photos: View India’s ancient, forgotten stepwells before they disappear

9/11/2015 - Singapore’s elections are not what they used to be, in charts

9/11/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Singapore elections, Uber’s labor battle, mermaid bars

9/10/2015 - Changing political parties could end your marriage in Malaysia’s conservative north

9/10/2015 - A day in the life of a Chinese app addict

9/10/2015 - Tokyo is running out of regular hotel rooms—why not stay in a converted corporate office instead?

9/10/2015 - SpaceX just released footage of its new manned spaceship and it looks weirdly cool

9/10/2015 - Forget Meet the Press—Obama just addressed concerns about the Iran deal on Quora

9/10/2015 - Singapore elections, new ancient humans, Apple’s feminism failure

9/10/2015 - That double band on the new Apple Watch Hermès has radical design roots

9/10/2015 - Here’s what president Obama had to say about Iran in response to a Quora question

9/10/2015 - Your iPhone 6 is actually holding its value pretty well

9/10/2015 - The US Marines tested all-male squads against mixed-gender ones, and the results were pretty bleak

9/10/2015 - Authors are turning Twitter into a literary genre, 140 characters at a time

9/10/2015 - The new Apple TV won’t change what you watch

9/10/2015 - Apple could have had its most feminist event ever—but it messed up

9/10/2015 - Obama agrees to a tiny increase in the number of Syrian refugees the US will accept

9/10/2015 - ISIL is using the pictures of a drowned Kurdish boy to warn against leaving Islamic countries

9/10/2015 - Another European brand has crossed the Atlantic to help satiate the American appetite for cheap clothes

9/10/2015 - The US government wants more students to do apprenticeships straight out of school

9/10/2015 - In praise of “the rant”

9/10/2015 - The Federal Reserve was just given another reason not to raise rates

9/10/2015 - Bernie Sanders catches up to Hillary Clinton in Iowa

9/10/2015 - The sexist laws that make work harder for women in almost every country

9/10/2015 - To beat ISIL, the US needs to know it’s engaged in “a different kind of war—a war of the imagination”

9/10/2015 - Video: How Hollywood is ignoring the numbers that could make it richer

9/10/2015 - National Geographic’s new Fox partnership is good for the magazine, and maybe the planet

9/10/2015 - Before the war, Syria housed three times as many refugees as Europe now

9/10/2015 - Elon Musk proposed nuking Mars last night on Colbert

9/10/2015 - Scientists have discovered a new species of ancient human in South Africa

9/10/2015 - What have refugees and asylum seekers invented for us?

9/10/2015 - Iranian criminals are being sentenced to read books

9/10/2015 - Why Europe is so wary of US tech giants

9/10/2015 - Technology can’t take the place of a doctor who listens to you

9/10/2015 - Are self-driving vehicles good for the environment?

9/10/2015 - After deporting 1,400 Colombians, Venezuela pledges to take 20,000 Syrian refugees

9/10/2015 - Obama reveals his new campaign for free college tuition with the help of Louis CK and Chris Rock

9/10/2015 - British Muslims are losing the war against ISIL

9/10/2015 - These 25 schools are responsible for the greatest advances in science

9/10/2015 - Scientists offer more proof that cavemen were not, in fact, eating a “paleo” diet

9/10/2015 - Some of the most ridiculous things politicians have said about Europe’s refugee crisis

9/10/2015 - Climate scientists undermine their own science by avoiding the best case scenario

9/10/2015 - A Saudi diplomat in India has been accused of repeatedly raping his Nepali maids

9/10/2015 - Why entrepreneurs need venture capitalists, and vice versa

9/10/2015 - Honest, captivating responses to “Muslims of Reddit, how much did your life change after 9/11?”

9/10/2015 - The myth of Uber’s monopoly is all a big misunderstanding

9/10/2015 - Paper: British financial innovation helped slavery flourish

9/10/2015 - The world could reduce the number of malaria cases by 90% if we really tried

9/10/2015 - China bears “are worrying too much,” premier Li Keqiang tells the World Economic Forum

9/10/2015 - Alzheimer’s disease could be transmitted through some medical procedures

9/10/2015 - Rwanda’s Supreme Court may block Kagame’s path to a third term

9/10/2015 - These websites use Google Street View to drop you into far-flung corners of the world

9/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Floods in Japan, Brazil gets junked, Yelp prison reviews

9/10/2015 - Follow the flow of Syrian civilians from the Middle East to Western Europe

9/10/2015 - The brutal, sexist harassment Bollywood actresses face on Twitter

9/10/2015 - Don’t mock Apple’s new “rose gold” iPhone—the metal is making a comeback

9/10/2015 - What happened when Flipkart, InMobi and Paytm met on stage?

9/10/2015 - ISIL advertises Norwegian and Chinese hostages “for sale”

9/10/2015 - India’s snobbiest neighbourhood might finally let normal people move in

9/10/2015 - Is Xi Jinping living up to the legacy of China’s greatest modern reformer?

9/10/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Apple’s new gear, Brazil downgraded, airplane germ map

9/9/2015 - Why India’s online shopping revolution won’t kill brick-and-mortar stores

9/9/2015 - Uber is giving Carnegie Mellon’s robotics lab $5.5 million after ransacking it for talent

9/9/2015 - Denmark stopped all trains from Germany to curb the influx of migrants

9/9/2015 - How are we going to actually play videogames on our Apple TVs?

9/9/2015 - Keurig somehow thinks the world needs soup in a pod

9/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Apple’s new gear, Denmark-Germany border blocked, airplane germ map

9/9/2015 - Absolutely everything you need to know about today’s Apple event

9/9/2015 - ZOMG awesome new iPhone features!!!

9/9/2015 - The new Apple TV is a long-delayed, much-needed refresh

9/9/2015 - Everything you need to know about the new iPhone

9/9/2015 - Melting ice may not starve polar bears to death

9/9/2015 - This is what the $1,250 Apple Watch Hermès will look like

9/9/2015 - Saudi Arabia hated the latest issue of National Geographic so much, it banned it

9/9/2015 - The US takes in more refugees from Bhutan, Burma, and 24 other countries than from Syria

9/9/2015 - Jesse Eisenberg: My Spam Plays Hard to Get

9/9/2015 - In Washington, the nuclear deal with Iran is politically unstoppable

9/9/2015 - If you’re Asian, I suggest submitting your work using a “white-sounding” name

9/9/2015 - Watch: Connie Britton gives the best answer ever about the secret behind her hair

9/9/2015 - Texting while driving is hurting Warren Buffett

9/9/2015 - Japanese stocks had their biggest one-day rally since the financial crisis

9/9/2015 - After public outrage over worker treatment, Amazon’s hiring a director of social responsibility

9/9/2015 - China’s slowdown could be a big problem for US universities—and their students

9/9/2015 - An NYU professor just said Marissa Mayer’s pregnancy is the only thing preserving her job

9/9/2015 - Guess what Mark Zuckerberg wore on the new Vanity Fair cover

9/9/2015 - Watch: What you missed from Stephen Colbert’s zany, promising “Late Show” debut

9/9/2015 - This Chrome extension reminds you that “refugees” and “migrants” are “humans”

9/9/2015 - Watch: This tiny skateboarder in a fairy dress reminds us to stay hungry

9/9/2015 - Russia opens a new front in its war with Ukraine—the electric car

9/9/2015 - China’s latest patriotic blockbuster film is a $39 million box office sham

9/9/2015 - Could 3D body scanning mean never entering another dressing room again?

9/9/2015 - Smile, the pan-African wireless ISP, has raised $365 million to expand its network

9/9/2015 - Rules about “contraband” highlight the arbitrary injustice of life in an American prison

9/9/2015 - McDonald’s just committed to 100% cage-free eggs

9/9/2015 - Tony Abbott’s backflip to accept more refugees shows he has a heart—but he needs a fact-checker

9/9/2015 - A blogger dared to question the Singapore miracle, and now the prime minister is trying to bankrupt him

9/9/2015 - To truly end animal suffering, the most ethical choice is to kill wild predators (especially Cecil the lion)

9/9/2015 - The EU wants to set “mandatory” quotas to resettle 160,000 refugees, with penalties if countries refuse

9/9/2015 - Free-range eggs aren’t what you probably think they are

9/9/2015 - The weirdest friendships you find yourself in once you hit 30

9/9/2015 - Inequality is skyrocketing in the US, so why do fewer people want to do something about it?

9/9/2015 - The most promising retail markets in Africa are in countries people rarely talk about

9/9/2015 - The bad boy of India’s startup ecosystem is back

9/9/2015 - Yemen’s forgotten refugees are so desperate they’re fleeing to Somalia

9/9/2015 - Confessions of a life coach: when my clients succeed, I’m left with nothing

9/9/2015 - Just how good are Google’s driverless cars?

9/9/2015 - How a public bus system in Johannesburg saved South Africa $890 million

9/9/2015 - The whisky astronauts took into space is back, and it tastes unexpectedly different

9/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—New iPhone unveiled, Europe’s refugee quota, gum-dispensing T-shirts

9/9/2015 - How to watch today’s Apple TV and iPhone event live

9/9/2015 - What to expect from today’s Apple TV and iPhone event

9/9/2015 - What you should binge-read on the Financial Times’ paywall-free website today

9/9/2015 - Flipkart’s head of product on how to build a great startup team

9/9/2015 - Bengaluru in the dark: India’s Silicon Valley battles massive power cuts

9/9/2015 - Netflix continues its quest for global domination with four crucial new markets in Asia

9/9/2015 - Why didn’t Einstein’s descendants inherit his IQ?

9/9/2015 - Over a million people are hit by floods in Assam—but India doesn’t care

9/9/2015 - François Hollande can’t shake his status as the least popular president in French history

9/9/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Latest iPhone debut, Alibaba’s troubles, gum-dispensing T-shirts

9/9/2015 - China will close 150 factories to make sure Shanghai Disneyland has blue skies

9/8/2015 - The Hungarian camerawoman who tripped refugees fleeing police has been fired

9/8/2015 - A visual history of Apple’s TV products

9/8/2015 - United’s CEO just resigned over allegedly restoring a route for a government official

9/8/2015 - The prospects for Yahoo’s Alibaba spin-off are suddenly looking grim

9/8/2015 - New iPhone unveiled, Alibaba’s troubles, and a new (old) Stonehenge

9/8/2015 - Rather than turn hospitals into expensive resorts, healthier patients require happier nurses

9/8/2015 - What I learned from being part of a media startup failure

9/8/2015 - GoPro’s new camera shows what the future of virtual reality might look like—and it’s pretty awesome

9/8/2015 - American children need to stop being taught to fear the topic of race

9/8/2015 - Kim Davis is released from jail after being ordered not to interfere with gay marriages

9/8/2015 - As the American UN delegation moves out of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, Putin books a suite

9/8/2015 - A white man was named one of 2015’s best poets for a poem he wrote with a Chinese pen name

9/8/2015 - Google’s newest patent is a game changer for anyone who wears glasses

9/8/2015 - The LA Philharmonic is using Oculus Rift to spread the joy of music

9/8/2015 - The most important economic chart nobody is talking about right now

9/8/2015 - Kenya says that a bomb scare at a massive Nairobi mall was a false alarm

9/8/2015 - Why 100 impeccably dressed black men welcomed these kids to school

9/8/2015 - This Barbie’s Instagram account is the ultimate mockery of hipster culture

9/8/2015 - Denmark has a clear message for refugees: Stay away

9/8/2015 - How to watch tonight’s Serena vs. Venus US Open quarterfinal match around the world

9/8/2015 - Netflix’s first feature film takes on child soldiers in Africa, and stars Idris Elba

9/8/2015 - The pope is making it easier for Catholics to end their marriages

9/8/2015 - It’s not just Europe that has a duty to help Syrian refugees

9/8/2015 - A bigger, older Stonehenge has been unearthed by scientists a mile from the original

9/8/2015 - The NFL is outfitting every player with movement-tracking, data-rich sensors this season

9/8/2015 - The world’s biggest automakers think humans will always want to drive their own cars

9/8/2015 - Lone-wolf terrorists often reveal their plans well before an attack

9/8/2015 - The Bangkok bombers reportedly never met in person—they planned the attack on WhatsApp

9/8/2015 - Murray’s Bagels in New York has relented on its controversial no-toasting policy

9/8/2015 - How Bank of China helps keep New York City’s commercial real estate market afloat

9/8/2015 - How the Ivies plan to keep the next Zuckerberg from dropping out

9/8/2015 - Charted: Market crashes threaten African cities more than natural disasters

9/8/2015 - Three takeaways from Modi’s big meeting with billionaires, bankers and babus

9/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Germany’s record surplus, Toyota’s new Prius, fashionable fanny packs

9/8/2015 - Bangladesh gets its first lesbian cartoon character

9/8/2015 - Refugees, the most enterprising migrants in Australia

9/8/2015 - China is going after the Dalai Lama’s supporters around the world—and the first casualty appears to be Bon Jovi

9/8/2015 - Philosophers can’t agree on how much we should help refugees—or even whether we should

9/8/2015 - How a cheap Indian whiskey beat Smirnoff to become the world’s largest spirits brand

9/8/2015 - An Indian jewellery tycoon has been jailed in Dubai for defaulting on loans worth $150 million

9/8/2015 - Viral in China: A BMW driver who killed two gets off for “psychotic disorders”

9/8/2015 - A refrigerator-smashing ex-teacher from China is bringing his smartphone brand to the US

9/8/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—China’s slowing imports, Toyota’s new Prius, fanny packs

9/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—Toyota’s new Prius, Amazon’s $50 tablet, fanny packs

9/7/2015 - Amazon is reportedly going to sell a $50 tablet

9/7/2015 - Obama is ordering US federal contractors to give their employees paid sick leave

9/7/2015 - Where the elderly are still working, whether by choice or necessity

9/7/2015 - Over 13.5 million children can’t go to school because of wars in the Arab world

9/7/2015 - You’re more likely to die in a hospital if admitted on the weekend. Avoid Mondays and Fridays, too

9/7/2015 - Danish researchers have an enraging proposal to speed up queues: Serve the last person first

9/7/2015 - A medevac plane that disappeared off the coast of Senegal may have collided with a Boeing B737

9/7/2015 - Witness the pride and elegance of West African photo portraits from the past 100 years

9/7/2015 - Sarah Palin insists immigrants should “speak American” rather than Spanish

9/7/2015 - Labor looks different in the 21st century–so should job training

9/7/2015 - For this Bosnian refugee, the American Dream is still real

9/7/2015 - Investors can’t quit Turkey fast enough, pushing the lira to record lows

9/7/2015 - Western democracy is the root of Europe’s refugee crisis—Chinese state media

9/7/2015 - Indonesia’s palm oil production is smoking out its neighbors

9/7/2015 - India ranks lower than Mongolia and Tunisia in helping small businesses

9/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Germany’s refugee budget, Uber vs. Amazon, less melty ice cream

9/7/2015 - This Indian child deserves your attention as much as the Syrian boy

9/7/2015 - Andra Day, the voice behind the Serena Williams Beats ad, is the latest born-on-YouTube star

9/7/2015 - The verdict on Raghuram Rajan’s two years as the RBI governor

9/7/2015 - Hip yoga literature written by Westerners is leaving India out

9/7/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—China’s GDP revision, Uber vs. Amazon, less melty ice cream

9/6/2015 - Austria’s refugee stance, the Queen of England’s long reign, and hungry bears

9/6/2015 - Saudi Arabia’s underground pop artists are building fanbases behind closed doors

9/6/2015 - Photos: What Syrian refugees carry in their bags as they leave their lives behind

9/6/2015 - Asking for advice at work makes you seem smart, not stupid—but only if you do it right

9/6/2015 - The Pope urges every Catholic parish in Europe to take in refugees

9/6/2015 - Astronauts report an “overview effect” from the awe of space travel—and you can replicate it here on Earth

9/6/2015 - Computers can now paint like Van Gogh and Picasso

9/6/2015 - The most popular books in U.S. public libraries, mapped by city

9/6/2015 - Society has to stop treating celebrity kids like sexually mature adults

9/6/2015 - Women with “resting bitch face” are actually better communicators

9/6/2015 - Cuba’s government is suddenly very interested in encouraging proficiency in English

9/6/2015 - For too many children, homework hurts more than it helps

9/6/2015 - Scientists say they’ve found a way to slow ice cream’s melting

9/6/2015 - Your “slacktivism” really does help the world

9/6/2015 - Stunning photos of India’s naked saints in one of the world’s largest religious festivals

9/5/2015 - A man tracks down his lost dog in Yellowstone National Park after searching for 42 days

9/5/2015 - Finland’s prime minister has invited refugees to live in his own home

9/5/2015 - A paralyzed man just walked again, thanks to a robotic exoskeleton

9/5/2015 - The rich and colorful civilian life of Eric, the Star Wars Stormtrooper

9/5/2015 - Photos: “Divorce selfies” are catching on, and for good reason

9/5/2015 - Podcast: The fine art of making data into sound

9/5/2015 - This is what 365 days without a vacation does to your health

9/5/2015 - Why is airplane food so terrible?

9/5/2015 - Uber is just what retailers need to take on Amazon

9/5/2015 - Science shows gender neutral toys empower children, and possibly society at large

9/5/2015 - Weekend edition—The refugee crisis, egg conspiracies, scorekeeping matters

9/5/2015 - How a $10 bottle of body lotion inspired a cult of loyal fans

9/5/2015 - From the Dutch to kindertransport, Britain has a long history of welcoming refugees

9/5/2015 - The secret to being a great football coach has nothing to do with football

9/5/2015 - The world is expressing remorse for ignoring a growing refugee crisis. Why now?

9/5/2015 - From soccer star to caliph: The story of ISIL’s al-Baghdadi

9/5/2015 - Why India should stop celebrating Teacher’s Day

9/5/2015 - A South African tycoon is buying up some of Britain’s most precious assets: its shops

9/4/2015 - Photos: Fed up with the trains, migrants begin a long march down the highway in Hungary

9/4/2015 - The story behind those office monkey GIFs that are suddenly everywhere

9/4/2015 - Car companies are scrambling for AI talent as Google and Apple’s driverless cars loom

9/4/2015 - After a drowned Syrian boy’s photo goes viral, the UK softens its stance on refugees

9/4/2015 - The good, the bad, and the ugly: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

9/4/2015 - It takes the US two years to process a refugee application from Syria

9/4/2015 - President Obama praises an Iranian boy in a Humans of New York photo

9/4/2015 - Score an Olafur Eliasson-designed piece and help bring power to areas of Sub-Saharan Africa

9/4/2015 - Africa is minting millionaires but the poor aren’t getting any richer

9/4/2015 - NASA is developing a “hedgehog” robot to tumble around comets and asteroids

9/4/2015 - Joe Davis on the markets and the economy

9/4/2015 - Data-shamed, economists are turning an influential email into an experiment about bias

9/4/2015 - Here’s the best way to guess correctly on a multiple choice test

9/4/2015 - The very funny Instagram political catfights of this US election cycle

9/4/2015 - Jeff Bezos’ email to his employees shows Amazon’s leadership problems are only beginning

9/4/2015 - Five red-flag mistakes that smart managers know to look for in interviews

9/4/2015 - This English couple generates enough electricity for a whole village using a river that flows through their garden

9/4/2015 - Sorry, city kids. It’s healthy to spend your childhood rolling around in dirt

9/4/2015 - We’re live-charting the pretty darn decent August jobs report

9/4/2015 - Study: Renewable energy saves lives

9/4/2015 - For women around the world, the “gig economy” is just business as usual

9/4/2015 - NASA is working on making a tractor beam out of hoverboards

9/4/2015 - Watch how a presidential motorcade can double a neighborhood’s traffic in an instant

9/4/2015 - Today’s buzziest cars are more fuel efficient, but they’re not what Americans are really buying

9/4/2015 - Amazon wants to know everything about you by having a robot talk to you

9/4/2015 - China has made key stock market data—from two weeks before the crash onward—mysteriously unavailable

9/4/2015 - Yet another great thing beer can do: Revitalize an entire Midwestern city

9/4/2015 - An Egyptian billionaire wants to buy a Mediterranean island for refugees

9/4/2015 - Timeline: How India cracked down on Greenpeace

9/4/2015 - How an extreme cycling event could do wonders for diabetics

9/4/2015 - WhatsApp has 900 million monthly active users—but still no business model

9/4/2015 - Forget Google Street View—here’s a cat’s street view

9/4/2015 - Bayern Munich will walk onto the pitch hand-in-hand with a refugee child

9/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—US jobs, possible Syrian elections, refugee Med island

9/4/2015 - Nigeria wants to use drones to help save billions of dollars from oil theft

9/4/2015 - A long and painful goodbye to my dying grandparents

9/4/2015 - The father of Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi on the boat ride that killed his family

9/4/2015 - In charts: What Asian countries think of Narendra Modi and India

9/4/2015 - Ranking African universities is a futile endeavour

9/4/2015 - In cartoons: India’s latest stock market crash

9/4/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—America’s job report card, Britain’s shift on refugees, anti-ISIS anime

9/4/2015 - Indonesia has cancelled a completely unnecessary $5 billion high-speed rail line, jilting Japan and China

9/3/2015 - Goodbye “parade blue”—air pollution in Beijing is back to the unhealthy levels feared by residents

9/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—America’s job report card, Britain’s shift on refugees, anti-ISIS anime

9/3/2015 - Apple Pay’s new partner has one big advantage over Square

9/3/2015 - Kentucky clerk Kim Davis is ordered to jail for refusing same-sex marriage licenses

9/3/2015 - This may be the worst Craigslist job posting ever

9/3/2015 - Hungary’s leader is determined to keep Europe for Europeans, even as refugees die

9/3/2015 - Disturbing images of a drowned Syrian child are forcing politicians globally to rethink their refugee policies

9/3/2015 - Japan is building a giant robotic lettuce factory

9/3/2015 - As SodaStream leaves the West Bank, it blames its critics for hurting Palestinian workers

9/3/2015 - Why Samsung’s new smartwatch doesn’t run Android

9/3/2015 - In a generational about-face, teens don’t care about television anymore

9/3/2015 - Inspired by “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” NASA plans to hitch rides on comets using harpoons and tethers

9/3/2015 - Arabs are calling out their governments for not doing enough to help refugees

9/3/2015 - Oil bulls are subject to a hard fact, which is that US shale is a stubborn bear

9/3/2015 - As a student, I travelled to NYU’s satellite campus and was shocked by its human rights abuses

9/3/2015 - In a powerful video, a 13-year-old Syrian boy nails the truth of the refugee crisis

9/3/2015 - The market thinks the ECB is bluffing again

9/3/2015 - Explore the breakthroughs that define over a century of automotive innovation

9/3/2015 - It’s time to say goodbye to the wedding industry’s most unnecessarily extravagant fantasy

9/3/2015 - Interactive: Travel through 129 years of automotive innovation

9/3/2015 - How exactly to help the refugees flooding into Europe—and how not to

9/3/2015 - Survey: Only 12% of people in China have a favorable view of Japan, and it’s worse in the other direction

9/3/2015 - Index Awards: These prize-winning, game-changing designs tackle some of our toughest global challenges

9/3/2015 - No pain, no gain: Backstage photos reveal what it takes for a model to be catwalk-ready

9/3/2015 - 10 things managing a pizzeria in Montana taught me about work and life

9/3/2015 - Why does every African movie character have the same accent?

9/3/2015 - It’s probably a myth that we’re not getting enough sleep

9/3/2015 - You’re much more likely to find a better job while you still have one

9/3/2015 - The hidden economic lessons of the evil eye

9/3/2015 - South Africa is hosting the Commonwealth Games in 2022, but can it afford it?

9/3/2015 - While Europe drags its feet, an “Airbnb for refugees” is giving homes to people in need

9/3/2015 - Google might be facing a long and painful antitrust battle in India

9/3/2015 - Airlines, rejoice! The worse the weather, the more people get the hell out of Britain

9/3/2015 - The head of the DARPA Robotics Challenge isn’t afraid of a robot uprising—he’s afraid of our smartphones

9/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Twitter’s next CEO, IMF’s growth warning, boredom-detecting smartphones

9/3/2015 - A trash-fueled DeLorean—just like in “Back to the Future”—will soon cruise through Tokyo

9/3/2015 - The UN has warned war-ravaged Gaza could be unlivable in five years

9/3/2015 - The director of Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” video explains why there are hardly any black people in it

9/3/2015 - Online in China: A fake chat room of world leaders arguing about Beijing’s military parade

9/3/2015 - India’s obsession with English is depriving many children of a real education

9/3/2015 - China is buying about one-fifth of the world’s Apple Watches

9/3/2015 - 659 million Manchester United fans have a new friend: India’s HCL Technologies

9/3/2015 - Everything about China’s WWII parade was huge—including 300,000 military layoffs

9/3/2015 - Five ways India can benefit from China’s slowdown

9/3/2015 - These photos will change how the world sees the Syrian refugee crisis

9/3/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—China’s military parade, Tesla’s delivery dates, boredom-detecting smartphones

9/2/2015 - There is literally a US government conspiracy against vegan mayo

9/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—China’s lavish parade, Tesla’s delivery dates, boredom-detecting smartphones

9/2/2015 - Elon Musk tweeted the date he will deliver the first mass-market Tesla

9/2/2015 - The woman who invented luxury e-commerce as we know it is leaving her company

9/2/2015 - ISIL is reportedly using US-made assault rifles in Iraq

9/2/2015 - The truly “Christian” thing for Kim Davis to do is resign from office

9/2/2015 - What new TV shows should learn from the year’s best original series, “Mr. Robot”

9/2/2015 - Polio is back in Europe because people aren’t vaccinating their children

9/2/2015 - Disney and DreamWorks are reported to be splitting up

9/2/2015 - Tired of ads on Hulu? You’re now in luck—but you’ll pay for it

9/2/2015 - Life after web content blocking becomes official

9/2/2015 - A 15-feature “travel jacket” with eyemask and neck pillow is Kickstarter’s most-funded piece of clothing ever

9/2/2015 - The demand for Legos is soaring—and that’s before a new generation of “Star Wars” toys

9/2/2015 - Nepal hasn’t spent any of its earthquake relief aid yet

9/2/2015 - The new Apple TV sounds like a much bigger deal than the Apple Watch

9/2/2015 - If we want the police to be accountable, we have to hold them accountable

9/2/2015 - This professor teaches Pixar’s approach to creative genius

9/2/2015 - The future of food is giant, floating solar-powered farms

9/2/2015 - NASA created a material that can heal itself in seconds—even from bullets

9/2/2015 - Obama just got all the Senate votes he needs for a victory on the Iran deal

9/2/2015 - We need more meat-eating animal-rights advocates

9/2/2015 - Donald Trump isn’t funny, he’s America’s Marine Le Pen

9/2/2015 - Photos: Vladimir Putin is pumping iron, sipping tea in $1,400 sweatpants

9/2/2015 - Twenty-five years after being bombed off the air, the Arabic version of “Sesame Street” is back

9/2/2015 - The case for hitchhiking in the sharing economy

9/2/2015 - These are the most popular iOS apps and games of all time

9/2/2015 - Why exactly procrastinators procrastinate

9/2/2015 - There are very few black people in Taylor Swift’s wild Africa dreams

9/2/2015 - New cholesterol meds may be the costliest drugs in US history

9/2/2015 - The story about thousands of Icelanders offering their homes to refugees is a wild exaggeration

9/2/2015 - Compostable jeans are a thing now

9/2/2015 - Uber bends its business model to offer cash payments across all of India

9/2/2015 - As the British aristocracy’s etiquette bible goes digital, never be rude online again

9/2/2015 - This might be the best new drone to buy for beginners

9/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—Intel’s radical chip, strikes in India, Putin’s cashmere sweatpants

9/2/2015 - Bees don’t anoint queens, they sabotage workers

9/2/2015 - These gorgeous satellite photos of Earth are the perfect morning reset

9/2/2015 - China welcomes an accused war criminal to a parade lambasting Japanese war crimes during WWII

9/2/2015 - Jakarta is turning a golf course into affordable housing and soccer fields

9/2/2015 - India’s trade unions pull off one of the biggest strikes in decades

9/2/2015 - Thailand’s latest viral ad will make you cry over security cameras

9/2/2015 - India is finally walking the talk on becoming a global arms exporter

9/2/2015 - South Africa’s economy is in trouble—these five sectors could help stabilize it

9/2/2015 - How an internet show on startups delivered a stinging blow to Indian TV

9/2/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Putin in China, strikes in India, gadgets slow aging

9/1/2015 - A federal judge greenlights a class-action suit by Uber drivers seeking full employment

9/1/2015 - CBS will stream several NFL games for free this season, no TV subscription required

9/1/2015 - Obama deplores climate change in the Arctic, but will deploy more icebreakers there anyway

9/1/2015 - Why the heck does that Kentucky clerk who won’t marry gays still have her job?

9/1/2015 - The three engineers you meet in product management heaven

9/1/2015 - Chaos has broken out in Hungary as migrants are barred from boarding trains to Western Europe

9/1/2015 - PayPal’s newest feature looks a whole lot like Square’s “Cashtags”

9/1/2015 - The pope asked all priests to forgive women who had abortions—but for one year only

9/1/2015 - Oil prices are going lower again—and will stay low through 2016

9/1/2015 - ISIL says its new currency will destroy “America’s capitalist financial system of enslavery”

9/1/2015 - Google has unveiled a new logo

9/1/2015 - LVMH poached a top Apple executive, proving luxury is finally getting serious about digital

9/1/2015 - The oil slump has thrown Canada back into recession

9/1/2015 - The White House now has a director of product

9/1/2015 - Photos: The 2,000-year-old temple you will never get to see because ISIL apparently blew it up

9/1/2015 - Japan has scrapped its 2020 Olympics logo amid allegations of plagiarism

9/1/2015 - Nearly all seabirds will have plastic in their stomachs by 2050

9/1/2015 - Prepare yourselves: A rare “supermoon lunar eclipse” is coming

9/1/2015 - Ordinary citizens across Europe are stepping in to help refugees where their governments have failed

9/1/2015 - Amazon Prime members can now download videos to watch offline

9/1/2015 - The US clerk ordered by the Supreme Court to marry gay people still won’t marry gay people

9/1/2015 - I am a socially liberal, millennial immigrant—and here’s why Donald Trump has my vote

9/1/2015 - Merkel and Tsipras could learn how to end the euro crisis by watching “Hamilton”

9/1/2015 - There’s now a Google-backed smartphone that will never run out of storage

9/1/2015 - Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant with twins

9/1/2015 - In today’s happiness-obsessed culture, we’ve forgotten that true happiness comes at a cost

9/1/2015 - Telltale signs that you need to abandon your “sinking ship” company

9/1/2015 - The private sector is the answer to America’s huge transportation infrastructure problem

9/1/2015 - Beijing is blaming everyone but itself for China’s stock market collapse

9/1/2015 - Study: Eating ‘on the go’ tricks you into eating more

9/1/2015 - KitKat bars will no longer be made with cocoa harvested by child laborers

9/1/2015 - Senior citizens’ use of computers and mobile phones might shave 10 years off their mental age

9/1/2015 - Murder rates are rising across America—but nobody knows why

9/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Americas edition—China’s slowdown worsens, Samsung’s new smartwatch, Airbnb for refugees

9/1/2015 - How a 10-year-old schoolgirl in India fought against child marriage—and won

9/1/2015 - Apple may produce original Hollywood content—here’s why that would be a great move

9/1/2015 - India’s economy is growing at 7%—but it’s not good enough

9/1/2015 - South Africa’s national rugby team is a metaphor for a nation’s slow progress on racial equality

9/1/2015 - The top 10 companies where British professionals want to work

9/1/2015 - Saif Ali Khan’s Phantom triggers an anti-India social media war in Pakistan

9/1/2015 - Here’s why Kenya keeps dominating the world of athletics

9/1/2015 - Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—China’s slowdown worsens, Samsung’s new smartwatch, Airbnb for refugees

9/1/2015 - China hopes censorship and patriotic netizens will make its WWII parade a global victory