11/30/2017 - Indians know that their online data is under threat, but they’re still careless

11/30/2017 - With Sriracha and wasabi, an Indian startup is giving the humble popcorn a gourmet makeover

11/30/2017 - The invisible struggle of living with quiet borderline personality disorder

11/30/2017 - Rising sea levels will take with them the evidence we ever existed

11/30/2017 - China’s evicting mentions of its “low-end” migrants from cyberspace

11/30/2017 - Turning a huge military plane into an underwater reef

11/30/2017 - Fish have personalities too, and they could teach us a bit about ourselves

11/30/2017 - Watch: MIT scientists created a new method to mix oil and water

11/30/2017 - There’s now a kids’ version of “Atlas Shrugged” for your libertarian third grader

11/30/2017 - Economists voted against a net neutrality principle in 2014. They may be changing their minds.

11/30/2017 - Roy Moore may have just challenged Jimmy Kimmel to a duel

11/30/2017 - This delightful interactive pop-up book is a love child between paper and technology

11/30/2017 - A virus mutation has made this year’s flu vaccine less effective

11/30/2017 - Modern parents spend more time with their kids than their parents spent with them

11/30/2017 - Connecting brains to the internet, GOP tax plan, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/30/2017 - The secret to Hampton Creek’s new vegan egg is the mung bean

11/30/2017 - European Muslims will be instrumental in saving the continent’s aging population

11/30/2017 - Grandma wants in on the bitcoin action: Why does the WSJ think that’s pathetic?

11/30/2017 - The case for Amazon being a trillion-dollar company

11/30/2017 - Trudeau visits China, Rex Tillerson’s exit, pangolin bust

11/30/2017 - Sexual misconduct has become essential to the new nationalism movement

11/30/2017 - Don’t be fooled by China’s grand plan to rule the world

11/30/2017 - This is the formula Canada is using to figure out how legal weed will boost its economy

11/30/2017 - Just in time for Art Basel, the memeified chef Salt Bae has set up shop in Miami

11/30/2017 - Bill O’Reilly wants you to pay $50 to watch him explain sexual harassment by powerful men

11/30/2017 - Army researchers will have a solution for fake news right after the next US election

11/30/2017 - Things commonly smuggled into North Korea’s surprisingly robust black market

11/30/2017 - Arrogance can be an underrated quality in a boss

11/30/2017 - To save itself, Barnes & Noble is pivoting to books

11/30/2017 - Invented holidays

11/30/2017 - These are the most popular international organizations on Twitter

11/30/2017 - A behavioral scientist explains what to do when your boss won’t face reality

11/30/2017 - Are men and women ready to split the bill on a first date?

11/30/2017 - Scientists identify precisely why the best poems are pleasing

11/30/2017 - The benefits of tackling obesity in kids extend into adulthood

11/30/2017 - One of Nigeria’s biggest e-commerce players has slashed its staff by 60%

11/30/2017 - A pet-food company wants to make cell-cultured meats for dogs and cats

11/30/2017 - Someone built a cryptocurrency mine in the trunk of a Tesla

11/30/2017 - Baseball statisticians are fighting over what makes a player valuable

11/30/2017 - All the new software Amazon announced at its huge developer conference

11/30/2017 - When it comes to upper-body strength, Serena Williams has nothing on prehistoric lady farmers

11/30/2017 - Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to build Chicago a high-speed train

11/30/2017 - A convicted former coal CEO still on probation for a mine explosion is running for US Senate

11/30/2017 - Disney’s new Mulan actress Liu Yifei is as famous as Emma Watson

11/30/2017 - Ireland’s stock exchange sold for the same amount as a Wall Street banker’s salary

11/30/2017 - These are the most popular video games ever on YouTube

11/30/2017 - There’s a new subscription business model arriving for cars

11/30/2017 - The official Harry Potter universe was fooled by fake news about wizarding

11/30/2017 - Inside IBM Design: The era of fetishizing the process of design is finally ending

11/30/2017 - Gay indies ruled 2017—now it’s time for LGBT cinema to go mainstream

11/30/2017 - Take it from a woman who has worked in tech for 25 years: This is no witch hunt

11/30/2017 - Video captures Canadian salmon plant spewing diseased blood in path of wild salmon

11/30/2017 - John McCain will vote “yes” on tax reform. His reasons don’t add up

11/30/2017 - Duolingo will launch a long-awaited Arabic course next year

11/30/2017 - Russell Simmons is making an about-face

11/30/2017 - Yahoo Finance is cashing in on the bitcoin boom with 100 pages of cryptocurrency quotes

11/30/2017 - HBO’s boss explains why he wouldn’t make a “Lord of the Rings” TV series

11/30/2017 - New photos show Kim Jong-un giving the world the madman it wants

11/30/2017 - Aaron Sorkin fantasizes about rebooting “The West Wing” with Sterling K. Brown as president

11/30/2017 - Now that everything is terrible, I advise you to wash your feet

11/30/2017 - Conference calls are terrible. Amazon thinks Alexa can fix them

11/30/2017 - Trump is planning to put America’s spy chief in charge of diplomacy

11/30/2017 - Matt Lauer’s swift firing shows it’s a new, post-Weinstein world

11/30/2017 - A would-be Michigan attorney general is billing herself as “the candidate who doesn’t have a penis”

11/30/2017 - The “bull market in everything” should worry investors

11/30/2017 - Europeans have rapidly abandoned Britain since the Brexit vote

11/30/2017 - The perfect living room setup

11/30/2017 - The German contractor who shut down Trump’s Twitter insists it was a mistake

11/30/2017 - South Sudan’s youth cope with war by partying in the day time

11/30/2017 - Switzerland’s bitcoin bunker

11/30/2017 - Switzerland’s bitcoin bunker

11/30/2017 - Are your AirPods getting quieter? It’s time to clean them. Here’s how

11/30/2017 - This easy-to-make Christmas cookie recipe will be your family’s favorite

11/30/2017 - Expensify’s “smart” scanning technology was secretly aided by humans

11/30/2017 - How to play office politics without being a jerk

11/30/2017 - American patients prefer doctors who give them what they want

11/30/2017 - A leading Palo Alto educator on how to create a classroom fit for this century

11/30/2017 - If you’re over 5’9″, you’re never going to be comfortable on the new Boeing 737 Max 8

11/30/2017 - Foreign students are saving America’s universities, but they’re mostly men

11/30/2017 - Chipotle is the latest company whose founder doesn’t know when to let go

11/30/2017 - This is just to say, the “plums that were in the icebox” meme is winning the internet

11/30/2017 - Jack Ma has some thoughts on China’s “clean” communism and the US’s divided politics

11/30/2017 - Signs that you are working with a serial sexual harasser

11/30/2017 - This AI bot trolls email scammers

11/30/2017 - Read Matt Lauer’s statement on the sexual harassment allegations that got him fired

11/30/2017 - Economics has a woman problem

11/30/2017 - Business schools can play a key role in tackling corruption in Africa

11/30/2017 - The first rule of public speaking, according to an expert on eloquence

11/30/2017 - A complete list of brands white supremacists have given their unwanted endorsement

11/30/2017 - Disney’s pick for Mulan is one of China’s worst actresses, according to China’s IMDb

11/30/2017 - One thing the Republican tax plan won’t cut: The 100-page instruction manual

11/30/2017 - The Republican tax plan takes aim at one of the biggest engines of US growth

11/30/2017 - Facebook failed to make good on a promise because it has too much faith in its tech

11/30/2017 - An autonomous racing drone that can (almost) beat a human

11/30/2017 - Bitcoin broke $11,000, then plunged 18%, as thousands of newbies signed up for cryptocurrency wallets

11/30/2017 - A sign of the huge trade imbalance for global commodities: 45% of ships travel empty

11/30/2017 - The Swiss central bank’s $90 billion stocks portfolio is insane

11/30/2017 - These lost and found Somali tapes are now nominated for a Grammy award

11/30/2017 - A Nobel laureate explains why we get the bad economic policies we deserve

11/30/2017 - China just seized the biggest haul of the world’s most trafficked mammal

11/30/2017 - OPEC talks limits, Trump rebukes Theresa May, 💩 pills

11/30/2017 - If you want to marry into the royal family, you’ve got to get military training first

11/30/2017 - How to watch the only visible “supermoon” of 2017 this weekend

11/30/2017 - The revolutionary graciousness of a Hillary Clinton thank you note

11/30/2017 - Are we witnessing the end of the jumbo jet?

11/30/2017 - The fallout from Trump’s anti-Muslim retweets reinforces how he’s untouchable

11/30/2017 - Nigeria’s next generation of startups are being redefined in the southeast, not just in Lagos

11/30/2017 - Can a man truly not know whether he abused or harassed someone?

11/30/2017 - Germans still love paying with cash—but often they don’t have a choice

11/30/2017 - The ongoing bitcoin boom is drawing Indian investors like never before

11/30/2017 - A new species of blue tarantula treats trees like high-rise apartments

11/30/2017 - Using honey bees to protect one of Africa’s best-selling liqueurs

11/30/2017 - The UK’s impending microbead ban has a gray area: glitter

11/30/2017 - Switzerland’s bitcoin bunker

11/30/2017 - Gambling addiction is on the rise in Kenya and leaving young people bankrupt and suicidal

11/30/2017 - Amazon is working on a self-dismantling drone to keep you safe

11/30/2017 - India’s wildlife sanctuaries are using elephants as bulldozers to fight poachers

11/30/2017 - Tesla is quietly gearing up to open a research and development center in Beijing

11/30/2017 - Matt Lauer fired from NBC News: Everything we know about the sexual misconduct allegations

11/30/2017 - Want a loan? Make sure you’re tweeting the right things

11/30/2017 - Quartzy’s BofF VOICES Brief: Biofabrication, blockchain, and one posh boathouse

11/30/2017 - Matt Lauer’s “character” could cost him his scenic New Zealand property

11/30/2017 - India’s supreme court is treating an adult woman like she has no mind of her own

11/30/2017 - OPEC meets, Trump vs. May, 💩 pills

11/30/2017 - OPEC meets, Trump vs. May, 💩 pills

11/29/2017 - Clean energy can potentially transform the lives of millions of rural Indian women

11/29/2017 - BMW wants to build a “hyperloop” for electric bicycles

11/29/2017 - Three things we know about how Kellyanne Conway will handle being opioid czar

11/29/2017 - And the award for most hypocritical interview ever televised goes to…

11/29/2017 - A brand-new DEA division will attack the South’s long-standing prescription drug crisis

11/29/2017 - Eight ways English is creeping its way into Chinese, as explained by a Chinese YouTuber

11/29/2017 - A scheduling snafu at American Airlines let way too many pilots book time off at Christmas

11/29/2017 - NASA will use one of Elon Musk’s lightly-used rockets for the first time

11/29/2017 - The disappointing truth about US plans to shoot down North Korean nuclear weapons

11/29/2017 - Trump just gave a shoutout to people who “are obviously very rich and love their children”

11/29/2017 - Matt Lauer allegedly locked women in his office with a secret button under his desk

11/29/2017 - North Korea’s missile, Twitter habits, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/29/2017 - Facebook is dropping its fundraising fees for nonprofits, but not for personal causes

11/29/2017 - TV star sacked, OPEC vs shale, Mars soil

11/29/2017 - Even Sean Spicer thinks sexual-misconduct accusations against Trump “should be treated seriously”

11/29/2017 - Switzerland’s bitcoin bunker

11/29/2017 - Amazon has come a long way from its early headquarters near a heroin-needle exchange

11/29/2017 - Sexual misconduct is actually hilarious—just ask Garrison Keillor

11/29/2017 - OK Go’s latest video is brilliant but OMG all that wasted paper

11/29/2017 - If women want workplace equality, we’ve also got to stop sabotaging each other

11/29/2017 - This east African country is waging a war on its women

11/29/2017 - Amazon just released an AI-powered camera. But it’s not for you

11/29/2017 - It’s not just bitcoin that’s popping today. Ether just set a new all-time high.

11/29/2017 - You too can have princess eyelashes like Meghan Markle

11/29/2017 - Which superhero will superhero the hardest in “Avengers: Infinity War”

11/29/2017 - All the Women’s Marches that are being planned for 2018

11/29/2017 - Matt Lauer was always NBC’s misogynist hiding in plain sight

11/29/2017 - If oceans stopped absorbing heat from climate change, life on land would average 122°F

11/29/2017 - Amazon is so good at keeping prices low, it’s changed how economists think about inflation

11/29/2017 - We should thank Melania Trump for spotlighting the joy of Scary Christmas

11/29/2017 - Why you really got a raise

11/29/2017 - Nasdaq joins the Wall Street gold rush to offer bitcoin futures

11/29/2017 - A common ingredient in supplements can skew a test for heart and thyroid disease

11/29/2017 - The US could be on the verge of dismantling digital privacy as we know it

11/29/2017 - In the future we’ll all have personal stylists designing us customized clothes

11/29/2017 - Snapchat is becoming the anti-Facebook

11/29/2017 - What is this awful NBC skit with Matt Lauer pretending to be a victim of sexual harassment?

11/29/2017 - Puerto Rico’s official hurricane death toll was 55. So why do researchers say it’s 500 or more?

11/29/2017 - Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel not-so-subtly bashes Facebook for spreading fake news

11/29/2017 - The economic case that net neutrality was always fundamentally bad for the internet

11/29/2017 - The violent backstory to Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim retweets

11/29/2017 - All the media men held to a higher standard than Trump, starting with Billy Bush

11/29/2017 - Upgrade and streamline your holiday cards with these four services

11/29/2017 - Who works remotely? The answer may surprise you

11/29/2017 - Microsoft is doubling down on the suburban office park no one wants

11/29/2017 - There would be no bitcoin bubble without the news media

11/29/2017 - A top director’s advice on how to run a creative working environment

11/29/2017 - When cream hits coffee, the math is magical

11/29/2017 - Google Translate’s gender bias pairs “he” with “hardworking” and “she” with lazy, and other examples

11/29/2017 - The Connecticut attorney general is probing Google’s secret tracking of Android users

11/29/2017 - Use this Harvard Law checklist to prepare for any negotiation

11/29/2017 - If you’re running macOS High Sierra on your Mac, update it as soon as possible

11/29/2017 - People who live in mild weather are statistically more likely to be social, agreeable, open, and conscientious

11/29/2017 - Bitcoin owners don’t want to deal with holding their own bitcoin

11/29/2017 - What France’s Macron really means when he says Africa needs to look after itself

11/29/2017 - What 375 million people will have to do when robots take their jobs

11/29/2017 - Matt Lauer outlasted three female co-anchors, but he couldn’t outlast #MeToo

11/29/2017 - Russia’s 2018 World Cup poster holds a hidden message to the West

11/29/2017 - Time to revisit Matt Lauer’s embarrassing, softball questioning of candidate Trump

11/29/2017 - How long will Matt Lauer stay in The Today Show’s iMessage sticker pack?

11/29/2017 - The tiny nation using perfect waves and Instagrammable design to put it on the tourist map

11/29/2017 - Today’s Google doodle invokes the wild artistry of the British country garden

11/29/2017 - How totally screwed is Uber right now?

11/29/2017 - Slime

11/29/2017 - Slime

11/29/2017 - The success secret that Shonda Rhimes wishes she’d known earlier

11/29/2017 - Chipotle’s embattled CEO is the latest victim of its food-safety nightmare

11/29/2017 - Automation may require as many as 375 million people to find new jobs by 2030

11/29/2017 - A little poop goes a long way to help incubate life in Martian soil

11/29/2017 - Bosnian ex-general Slobodan Praljak drank poison after being convicted of war crimes in the Hague

11/29/2017 - Emptiness—not minimalism—is the path to creativity, explains MUJI’s design philosopher

11/29/2017 - The FDA warns giving dogs store-bought bone treats could kill them

11/29/2017 - An illustrated guide to sending email without going insane

11/29/2017 - Learning a new language changes the way you perceive reality

11/29/2017 - How I beat impostor syndrome

11/29/2017 - The detail-oriented woman who found a secret of the universe in a piece of “scruff”

11/29/2017 - Airbnb is finally putting sharing back in sharing economy

11/29/2017 - Trump is retweeting a far-right British politician convicted of harassing Muslims

11/29/2017 - Watch Matt Lauer’s co-hosts announce his firing on air after sexual harassment allegations

11/29/2017 - Nigeria is preserving the wrong kind of history with plans for a Boko Haram “museum”

11/29/2017 - Why shoppers ditch traditional stores for online in their twenties

11/29/2017 - London lost the Frenchman who has tried to save its $1 trillion clearing business

11/29/2017 - The languages that take the most (and least) time to learn, per the US Foreign Service

11/29/2017 - Jeff Bezos’s business genius could be Amazon’s downfall

11/29/2017 - Research shows jerks get ahead in spite of their jerkiness, not because of it

11/29/2017 - Where to now for Trump’s fiery rhetoric on North Korea?

11/29/2017 - Africa is the dumping ground for 40% of the world’s reported fake medicines

11/29/2017 - Uber’s next investor could be the Chinese company that has backed its rivals

11/29/2017 - Where bitcoin goes next after hitting $10,000

11/29/2017 - The deepest fish in the sea is much more successful than she looks

11/29/2017 - Janet Yellen testifies, Uber’s losses widen, super-spider silk

11/29/2017 - An innovative introductory economics course at Stanford is now free online

11/29/2017 - Our idea of work is completely wrong

11/29/2017 - The Brexit divorce bill “settlement” shows how the UK is wasting precious time

11/29/2017 - An online education startup thinks it can save bankers from losing their jobs to machines

11/29/2017 - Buy a fake Christmas tree this year and you’ll never go back

11/29/2017 - France’s butter crisis is a perfect lesson in basic economics

11/29/2017 - Nestle India could be in hot water as Maggi fails quality test again

11/29/2017 - Germany’s weed killer approval gets a withering response from its EU neighbors

11/29/2017 - The dreams powerful women like Ivanka Trump and Chanda Kochhar have for their daughters

11/29/2017 - Koreans are more excited over the Winter Olympics coat than attending the event itself

11/29/2017 - Slime

11/29/2017 - Kenya will issue African travelers visas on arrival

11/29/2017 - The world’s most expensive city to rent an office is no longer London

11/29/2017 - Donald Trump is apparently still not convinced Obama was born in the US

11/29/2017 - In the UK, a takeaway company is now worth more than almost every major supermarket

11/29/2017 - India is upholding an open internet as the US moves to dismantle net neutrality

11/29/2017 - Europe’s outrage over the African migrant slave trade in Libya is hypocritical

11/29/2017 - North Korea is boasting on TV its missiles can hit anywhere in the US

11/29/2017 - North Korea ICBM, China’s middle-class angst, super-spider silk

11/29/2017 - North Korea ICBM, China’s middle-class angst, super-spider silk

11/29/2017 - India’s female entrepreneurs agree with Ivanka Trump: the struggle is real

11/29/2017 - Tragic circumstances have made South Africa a world leader in penis transplants

11/28/2017 - Facebook says it can stop the sharing of most terror-related posts within an hour of creation

11/28/2017 - North Korea’s latest missile test traveled 10 times higher than the ISS

11/28/2017 - Child-abuse scandals are reminding China’s middle class of its lack of power

11/28/2017 - Bitcoin just hit $10,000 for the first time

11/28/2017 - Roast an “engagement chicken” like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

11/28/2017 - Cigarette smoking kills, floating Guantánamos, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/28/2017 - Even for these unlikely professions, any place is a workplace

11/28/2017 - Apple’s macOS High Sierra has a ridiculously simple security flaw that lets anyone log into any Mac

11/28/2017 - Obama meets Xi, bombshell Uber letter, super-spider silk

11/28/2017 - Coders should be afraid of what happened to the journalism industry

11/28/2017 - More than 200 US diplomats, civil servants and servicewomen say they’ve been harassed at work

11/28/2017 - Slime

11/28/2017 - Everything wrong with Angela Lansbury’s claim that women are to blame for sexual assault

11/28/2017 - Music is no longer a white man’s game. The Grammys confirm it

11/28/2017 - Melania Trump wishes you all an apocalyptic Christmas

11/28/2017 - Meghan Markle is the biracial hero I’ve always wanted

11/28/2017 - Ignoring Trump, North Korea tested another ballistic missile over the Pacific

11/28/2017 - New evidence suggests there’s a much easier way to get a fecal transplant

11/28/2017 - Airbus, Rolls Royce, and Siemens are teaming up to build a hybrid-electric plane

11/28/2017 - A bombshell letter reveals how Uber could have concealed 14,000 stolen documents in a high-profile trade secrets case

11/28/2017 - Obama might not be the president, but Modi and Xi still want to meet with him

11/28/2017 - Dear business, it’s not about what you’re doing, it’s about how you could be doing it

11/28/2017 - No, Pope Francis wouldn’t say “Rohingya” in Myanmar. Yes, it matters

11/28/2017 - This strategy for networking at conferences works even if you’re not a natural

11/28/2017 - What does the CFPB do, anyway? Here are the lending scams the US agency shut down in recent years

11/28/2017 - These eight senators are why the Republican tax cut might not pass

11/28/2017 - Unpublished Warhols may soon be for sale—on Calvin Klein underwear

11/28/2017 - Bernie Sanders continues the Democratic tradition of dominating the Grammys

11/28/2017 - An open letter to Arby’s from the former Mayor of the Times Square Buffalo Wild Wings

11/28/2017 - Japan’s Babe Ruth is the quintessential millennial job seeker

11/28/2017 - African women are starting to take a lead in agricultural research

11/28/2017 - The question that got a Facebook executive hired by Sheryl Sandberg

11/28/2017 - Tobacco companies picked a disenchanted robot to warn against smoking dangers

11/28/2017 - Marvel may soon lose its Avengers

11/28/2017 - Zumba

11/28/2017 - Zumba

11/28/2017 - Meet your future workforce

11/28/2017 - How I freed myself from my phone without totally disconnecting

11/28/2017 - These charts show broadband internet is still too expensive for many Africans

11/28/2017 - When it comes to health at work, people could use a little help

11/28/2017 - The only public hearing to repeal a signature climate policy is being held in the center of coal country

11/28/2017 - To unlock the secret to healthier employees, lean into human nature

11/28/2017 - Trump says the CFPB has “devastated” financial institutions. The numbers tell a different story

11/28/2017 - Parts of Ivanka Trump’s Hyderabad speech sounded a lot like the one she gave in Tokyo

11/28/2017 - As bitcoin nears $10,000, millions of newbies are finding it through one app

11/28/2017 - How Zimbabwe gets out of its economic nightmare

11/28/2017 - The concept of productive procrastination is a myth

11/28/2017 - Why we can’t trust basic economic figures

11/28/2017 - How a bot made 1 million comments against net neutrality look genuine

11/28/2017 - How Amazon conquered Cyber Monday, told through the deals it hawked every year

11/28/2017 - The Nintendo Switch is damn near perfect

11/28/2017 - Everything we know about concussions is wrong

11/28/2017 - The top-rated post ever in r/Nascar is about net neutrality

11/28/2017 - The EU could blacklist Britain as a tax haven after Brexit

11/28/2017 - #MeToo isn’t the gender revolution we need

11/28/2017 - Will the Kennedy Center Honors turn into an evening of bashing Donald Trump?

11/28/2017 - The strange tale of the lost California sphinx

11/28/2017 - A Supreme Court case this week could change US digital privacy standards

11/28/2017 - British lawmakers are relying on an ancient power to force the government to tell the truth about Brexit

11/28/2017 - Facebook’s AI will detect suicidal posts before anyone else notices

11/28/2017 - What’s going on with US tax reform? Let Quartz explain…

11/28/2017 - easyJet’s huge gender pay gap is down to having barely any female pilots

11/28/2017 - Lufthansa’s monopoly on German skies has sent domestic flight prices soaring

11/28/2017 - Ivanka in India, SoftBank’s Uber discount, the “lone-genius” myth

11/28/2017 - “Coco” looks like a surprise hit in China—where it technically should be banned

11/28/2017 - For their own safety, Indian women are choosing to go to worse colleges than men

11/28/2017 - Foreign parliaments must do more to help the embattled Rohingya

11/28/2017 - Zumba

11/28/2017 - The history of how Delhi’s air pollution got so toxic

11/28/2017 - Can Japan’s Uniqlo make it big in India?

11/28/2017 - OECD outlook, Ivanka Trump in India, DMZ loudspeakers

11/28/2017 - OECD outlook, Ivanka Trump in India, DMZ loudspeakers

11/28/2017 - A Taiwanese democracy activist is sent to prison in China for his social media activity

11/28/2017 - The world’s hottest video game of the year is finally coming to mobile

11/27/2017 - A neurologist is using the fear of god to stop Indians from watching porn

11/27/2017 - Google can tell if someone is looking at your phone over your shoulder

11/27/2017 - A top Silicon Valley investor is proposing giving every US citizen a share of GDP

11/27/2017 - GOP tax plan, Washington’s food fight, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/27/2017 - China’s human rights ruling, Prince Harry’s engagement, insect bread

11/27/2017 - Harvard and MIT scientists have built robot muscles that can lift 1,000 times their own weight

11/27/2017 - A new film has bested “Toy Story 2” as the best-reviewed movie in Rotten Tomatoes history

11/27/2017 - Five easy ways you can get involved on #GivingTuesday

11/27/2017 - Zumba

11/27/2017 - Donald Trump just told a Pocahontas joke to Native American veterans

11/27/2017 - Scientists used drones to spy on whales’ beauty routine

11/27/2017 - Even if the pope doesn’t say “Rohingya” in Myanmar—we still know where he stands

11/27/2017 - “Curb Your Enthusiasm” hilariously nails the power of the boss’s desk

11/27/2017 - Anthony Scaramucci has 60,000 words to say about his 10 days as Donald Trump’s spokesman

11/27/2017 - The best documentaries hiding on Netflix, according to Rotten Tomatoes

11/27/2017 - TV shows and movies about British royals to stream right now

11/27/2017 - Russia’s dire economics are forcing smokers to grow their own tobacco

11/27/2017 - How old is too old to stay in a hostel?

11/27/2017 - The silver lining of being a woman in venture capital, according to a founding partner of 8VC

11/27/2017 - The Republican tax plan makes the US like Sweden in one unexpected way

11/27/2017 - If Kate Middleton is duchess of day dresses, Meghan Markle will be princess of skinny jeans

11/27/2017 - The biggest hiring mistake I’ve ever made is allowing executives to skip skills tests

11/27/2017 - A very uncomfortable business school class taught me how to use feedback effectively

11/27/2017 - Lagos is set to overtake Nairobi as Africa’s startup capital

11/27/2017 - A lesson in how to respond graciously in the face of outrageous provocation

11/27/2017 - Dear Meghan: A road-tested guide to being an American in the UK

11/27/2017 - Cameroon has restricted internet access for more than 150 days in 2017

11/27/2017 - Bitcoin is breaking through symbolic price barriers every few weeks

11/27/2017 - The reason childbirth is over-medicalized in America has its roots in racial segregation

11/27/2017 - The go-to sexual harassment apology for 2017

11/27/2017 - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement is the bright spot among Britain’s bad news

11/27/2017 - What you need to know about Beijing’s crackdown on its “low-end population”

11/27/2017 - AI might give you a personal assistant instead of taking your job

11/27/2017 - Pope in Myanmar, Cyber Monday, Malia Obama’s dating habits

11/27/2017 - South Korea is updating North Koreans via loudspeaker about the soldier who defected

11/27/2017 - The next Trump legal crisis: Who is in charge at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

11/27/2017 - India’s ISRO and Japan’s JAXA are joining forces for a lunar mission

11/27/2017 - Ivanka Trump heads to India amid criticism and disappearing beggars

11/27/2017 - Beijing is evicting its migrants and displacing its e-commerce couriers

11/27/2017 - Indian school kids are learning to build robots with DIY kits and online courses

11/27/2017 - Pope in Myanmar, Cyber Monday, Malia Obama’s dating habits

11/27/2017 - Pope in Myanmar, Cyber Monday, Malia Obama’s dating habits

11/27/2017 - Photos: Bali is on high alert for Mount Agung volcano’s “imminent” eruption

11/26/2017 - Trust no one: Reviews and ratings mean little to India’s online shoppers

11/26/2017 - The Pope goes to Myanmar, Malia Obama’s dating habits, emotional goats

11/26/2017 - One paragraph disproves that helicopter parenting is a modern phenomenon

11/26/2017 - Civil rights hero and Democrat John Conyers has been felled by #MeToo

11/26/2017 - Flights over Bali are grounded after Mount Agung erupts

11/26/2017 - The statistical story behind Malia Obama dating a white guy

11/26/2017 - Africa’s internet economy needs more data servers on the continent

11/26/2017 - The Codex Quetzalecatzin, a 400-year-old Mesoamerican map of Spanish colonization, is now online for all to see

11/26/2017 - How independent bookstores thrived in spite of Amazon

11/26/2017 - Hurricane Maria is Puerto Rico’s chance to finally stand on its own two feet

11/26/2017 - A day in the life of someone with social anxiety

11/26/2017 - Scientists are using drones to fight malaria in Zanzibar

11/26/2017 - China in South Sudan, Nigeria’s kleptocrats, Africa’s elite graduates

11/26/2017 - We should all be taking saunas right now

11/25/2017 - The problem with the New York Times’ chummy profile of a Nazi sympathizer

11/25/2017 - A Swedish power plant is burning discarded H&M clothes for fuel

11/25/2017 - State neglect and poverty in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula led to the nation’s deadliest terror attack

11/25/2017 - Russia will now label the reporting of global news outlets as the work of “foreign agents”

11/25/2017 - Black Friday started online in Nigeria, but now shoppers get the best deals in stores

11/25/2017 - A better way to think about your busy day

11/25/2017 - Behold, a Swedish cake that calls for a full cup of mashed potatoes

11/25/2017 - McDonald’s tried to make me their poster boy—instead they turned me vegan

11/25/2017 - These are the jobs already being created by the artificial intelligence boom

11/25/2017 - Weekend edition—Read the Quartzy gift guide out loud while eating a sandwich

11/25/2017 - The tyranny of women’s pants, a hate poem

11/25/2017 - Sweden’s cooling housing market is a preview for others with low rates and property bubbles

11/25/2017 - The Paradise Papers suggest Chinese tech billionaire Lei Jun is connected to the world’s biggest bitcoin miner

11/25/2017 - How a lone Ghanaian cartoonist stood up to China

11/25/2017 - Western Europeans can expect to live nearly a decade longer than their Eastern counterparts

11/25/2017 - Weekend edition—Read the Quartzy gift guide out loud while eating a sandwich

11/25/2017 - Weekend edition—Read the Quartzy gift guide out loud while eating a sandwich

11/24/2017 - How critics addressed the teenage-adult sex in “Call Me By Your Name”

11/24/2017 - Weekend edition—Read the Quartzy gift guide out loud while eating a sandwich

11/24/2017 - Income inequality is wrecking the world but a great rebalancing may be coming

11/24/2017 - Who are Harvey Weinstein’s “wicked conspirators” that Uma Thurman refers to?

11/24/2017 - Women who don’t anticipate their sexual assault at a party are not “naïve”

11/24/2017 - Black Friday just made Jeff Bezos the world’s only $100-billionaire

11/24/2017 - Norway is already abandoning its plan for a “Tesla tax” on electric cars

11/24/2017 - Happy Friday: the gifted edition

11/24/2017 - Quartzy: the gifted edition

11/24/2017 - Quartzy: the gifted edition

11/24/2017 - Nigeria’s kleptocrats have a toxic love affair with London’s expensive real estate

11/24/2017 - The grim reality of what convinces us to take our health seriously

11/24/2017 - What makes a great travel jacket?

11/24/2017 - High-end stores that don’t actually sell anything are the future of retail

11/24/2017 - There’s a simple, selfless genius to gifts that don’t aim to surprise or impress

11/24/2017 - As Brexit reality bites, the UK is losing out on another EU perk that helps rejuvenate cities

11/24/2017 - How to give the gift of true quality time

11/24/2017 - The homemade gift that feels personal, but is completely universal

11/24/2017 - 22 great books to read before Hollywood turns them into TV shows and movies

11/24/2017 - Five gift-giving philosophies to help you find the perfect gift

11/24/2017 - How to write a love letter—a gift that never goes out of style

11/24/2017 - The life-changing magic of overpriced candles

11/24/2017 - After nearly four decades, Zimbabwe has a new president

11/24/2017 - Charlie Rose, Harvey Weinstein, and the dangers of organizations that orbit around one powerful man

11/24/2017 - Even with streaming video, a third of Americans still buy and rent

11/24/2017 - The insane logic of cutting taxes on the highest earners in the United States

11/24/2017 - African countries are seeing a “brain gain” as young elite graduates give up on the West

11/24/2017 - Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day is more likely to benefit your health than harm it

11/24/2017 - Black Friday mania, Oscar Pistorius sentence doubled, nudist restaurants

11/24/2017 - This is how to apologize like you actually mean it

11/24/2017 - One meme is making South Africans obsessed with Black Friday

11/24/2017 - Old-school mouse maker Logitech has quietly become an edgy e-sports brand

11/24/2017 - The UK’s base case scenario for Brexit is even bleaker than before

11/24/2017 - A high-end Chinese kindergarten is accused of child abuse after needle marks were found on students

11/24/2017 - It’s taken the drowning of 26 women for Nigeria to take its migrant problem seriously

11/24/2017 - Black Friday strikes, Uma Thurman speaks, nudist restaurants

11/24/2017 - Black Friday strikes, Uma Thurman speaks, nudist restaurants

11/24/2017 - These portraits of India’s last tattooed headhunters capture a vanishing culture

11/23/2017 - Despite their many conflicts, south Asian nations aren’t talking to each other

11/23/2017 - With the right moves, India’s renewables push could lift thousands of rural workers out of poverty

11/23/2017 - Every second person in India has been duped, says a new study

11/23/2017 - India plugs a loophole that let people game the bankruptcy code

11/23/2017 - Puerto Rico is set to become the world’s worst economy next year

11/23/2017 - Black Friday bonanza, Thiel’s Gawker pursuit, impossible exams

11/23/2017 - Pixar’s movie Coco is a welcome ode to Mexico in the Trump era

11/23/2017 - The Bank of England’s 20%-plus gender pay gap is actually pretty good for the finance industry

11/23/2017 - Ether just set a new all-time record above $400

11/23/2017 - Turkey breeding

11/23/2017 - Turkey breeding

11/23/2017 - Activists built a Holocaust memorial outside a far-right politician’s home in Germany

11/23/2017 - The type-A guide to surviving the season of enforced festivities

11/23/2017 - I went down a Facebook Marketplace rabbit hole for the Thanksgiving shopping season

11/23/2017 - Strategies to avoid the buying binge of holiday sales

11/23/2017 - Changing the language in job ads could help bring more women into tech

11/23/2017 - How the Saudi purge will affect detained billionaires’ assets in Africa

11/23/2017 - If you think Thanksgiving is stressful, you should try Chinese New Year

11/23/2017 - China has flown its first flight to the US powered partly by used cooking oil

11/23/2017 - The ridiculously complicated tale behind the origin of the word “turkey”

11/23/2017 - As Robert Mugabe finds a new home, here’s where other African dictators went to retire

11/23/2017 - Gratitude costs nothing, yet can feel so expensive

11/23/2017 - China’s first all-electric zero-emissions cargo ship is going to be used to transport coal

11/23/2017 - Your Thanksgiving turkey isn’t as all-American as you might think

11/23/2017 - Expert advice on surviving Thanksgiving dinner—from a hostage negotiator, marriage guru, and others

11/23/2017 - Thanksgiving table talk, Tesla’s mega-battery, divining rods

11/23/2017 - Please enjoy these photos of Phyllis Diller making turkey faces

11/23/2017 - HP commits to hiring women for at least 50% of jobs in a key recruitment area

11/23/2017 - The number of young American girls turning to self-harm is skyrocketing

11/23/2017 - The UK is aiming a new tax at tech giants that shift profits offshore

11/23/2017 - A startup disrupting the prescription drug business in Africa is getting major Silicon Valley support

11/23/2017 - Turkey breeding

11/23/2017 - Indians bribe their way through driving tests and then wonder about road deaths

11/23/2017 - Australia is sternly warning against American isolationism in Asia-Pacific

11/23/2017 - After Mugabe, all eyes are on Uganda’s Museveni: how long can he cling to power?

11/23/2017 - Tracing Mumbai’s evolution from a city of mills to a metropolis

11/23/2017 - How Zimbabweans celebrated the end of Robert Mugabe

11/23/2017 - The ladyboss whose technology has been getting Indians hitched for nearly 20 years

11/23/2017 - YouTube is cracking down on videos and comments that exploit children

11/23/2017 - Thanksgiving, the Ashes, feminist cheese

11/23/2017 - Thanksgiving, the Ashes, feminist cheese

11/22/2017 - For Twinkle Khanna and Sonam Kapoor, feminist films don’t always need strong female leads

11/22/2017 - For most Indian travellers, the duty-free alcohol store is the dream destination

11/22/2017 - How climate change will transform the future of farming

11/22/2017 - Buying infant milk powder is still a really scary thing in China

11/22/2017 - The Butcher of Bosnia, US navy aircraft crash, promiscuity handbook

11/22/2017 - You should absolutely fight about politics with your relatives this Thanksgiving

11/22/2017 - Walmart’s relentless march to automation is coming for the late-night cleaning crew

11/22/2017 - Facebook’s latest “effort” to warn people about Russian propaganda is wildly inadequate

11/22/2017 - Turkey breeding

11/22/2017 - David Crosby thinks America can’t be wiped out by one bad president

11/22/2017 - Read the memo to the hospital staff that treated JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963

11/22/2017 - Apple just gave us all a look inside the AI of its secretive self-driving car project

11/22/2017 - China’s long, troubled road to the Victoria’s Secret runway

11/22/2017 - How the price of Thanksgiving dinner has risen for traditionalists, hipsters, and gluttons

11/22/2017 - Take refuge from a house full of holiday cheer in a perfect short story

11/22/2017 - Who is Ajit Pai, the “Trump soldier” remaking America’s internet?

11/22/2017 - What can insomniacs learn from sleep crises of centuries past? Eat onions.

11/22/2017 - Japan’s new “Blade Library” lets amputees rent pricey prosthetic limbs for $9 a day

11/22/2017 - This refugee camp has only a 2.1-star rating on Google Maps

11/22/2017 - Actually, progressives have a lot to be thankful for this year

11/22/2017 - Don’t blame opioids for the opioid crisis—doctors must become better at pain management

11/22/2017 - Squatting

11/22/2017 - Squatting

11/22/2017 - ‘Aging millennials’ are a thing and Theresa May’s government just made a blatant appeal to them

11/22/2017 - Annie Proulx reminds us there are happy endings even though we live in a Kafkaesque time

11/22/2017 - The UK has officially resigned itself to dismal productivity growth

11/22/2017 - I didn’t get why people hate Thanksgiving turkey until I ate goose

11/22/2017 - There’s growing concern about the price Africa will pay for internet shutdowns and fake news

11/22/2017 - Learning to code will eventually be as useful as learning Ancient Greek

11/22/2017 - What I learned from Jeff Bezos after reading every Amazon shareholder letter

11/22/2017 - China’s box office is setting new records—with a bit of Hollywood help

11/22/2017 - The US is on the verge of abandoning a key global advantage: Honest data about itself

11/22/2017 - A tactic from the civil rights movement can help fight sexual harassment today

11/22/2017 - Risking all her success, a thriving fashion designer decided to rebuild for the future

11/22/2017 - Foreign medical students are shying away from residencies at US hospitals

11/22/2017 - What Thanksgiving looks like for Flint, the city without safe drinking water

11/22/2017 - What happened when a startup based on transparency got transparent with its own employees

11/22/2017 - The price of turkey this Thanksgiving is lower than usual because we slaughtered 244 million this year

11/22/2017 - Rohingya, Syrian, and Yemeni women are paying for Trump’s ideological withdrawal of UN funds

11/22/2017 - The use of cash isn’t dying, it’s flourishing

11/22/2017 - Rob Reiner explains how he brought Lyndon Johnson to the big screen

11/22/2017 - Ben Stiller, Aisha Tyler, and Terry Crews share what they learned from their most spectacular failures

11/22/2017 - What soup kitchens wish they could say about volunteering on Thanksgiving

11/22/2017 - There are dozens of holidays between now and January. Here’s how to survive all that family time

11/22/2017 - A new study confirms liquor makes you confident and gives you all the feels

11/22/2017 - “The Crocodile” returns, Putin talks Syria, Japan’s geriatric crime wave

11/22/2017 - The complete guide to a perfect Friendsgiving

11/22/2017 - AutoZone and Costco are your only sanctuaries from Christmas music this winter

11/22/2017 - Are you flying on your airline’s busiest day?

11/22/2017 - Squatting

11/22/2017 - Everything you need to know about the investigations into the Brexit campaign

11/22/2017 - An artist’s food-porn illustrations that Instagrammers would be jealous of

11/22/2017 - China has detained a key architect of its massive internet censorship regime

11/22/2017 - India beat Britain at the world court—but only due to politics

11/22/2017 - Putin talks Syria, US net neutrality repeal, drunk rodents

11/22/2017 - Putin talks Syria, US net neutrality repeal, drunk rodents

11/22/2017 - Another German election risks boosting the far-right and ending Merkel’s career

11/22/2017 - Years of perfecting my English accent didn’t prepare me for what America thought of it: trash

11/21/2017 - Nearly 40% of all new power capacity in India this year is solar

11/21/2017 - Indian employers love bots, but employees prefer good ol’ humans

11/21/2017 - Watch: The moment a North Korean soldier made his daring escape to South Korea

11/21/2017 - Uber paid hackers $100,000 to keep quiet about stealing your info from Uber

11/21/2017 - Meg Whitman is stepping down as CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprises, and the stock is tanking

11/21/2017 - Read: Trump’s full remarks backing Roy Moore, the politician accused of molesting teen girls

11/21/2017 - Read Disney animation chief John Lasseter’s memo to staff about his “unwanted hugs”

11/21/2017 - Mugabe resigns, net neutrality repeal, drunk rodents

11/21/2017 - Presidential turkey pardoning, net neutrality, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/21/2017 - The latest in prefab tech? A lifesaving hospital

11/21/2017 - Why is TV so obsessed with cults right now?

11/21/2017 - Apple’s suppliers are allegedly skirting China’s labor laws to make the iPhone X

11/21/2017 - Squatting

11/21/2017 - Breakaway state Somaliland has elected a former rebel commander as its new president

11/21/2017 - All the ways we’ve tried to fit Charles Manson into a convenient narrative

11/21/2017 - The CBS News president’s email about firing Charlie Rose was almost perfect

11/21/2017 - 2017 has been a tough year for Africa’s strongmen

11/21/2017 - Apple has some ridiculous ideas about what constitutes a stocking stuffer

11/21/2017 - A massive global study finds girls are comprehensively better than boys at solving problems together

11/21/2017 - It’s never been easier to launch an ICO—just outsource your whitepaper on Fiverr for $100

11/21/2017 - This AI algorithm probably means the end of high-end art forgeries

11/21/2017 - An investigation suggests Big Sugar hid evidence of sucrose’s health effects

11/21/2017 - An autumnal cocktail to make in a pitcher, or pour for yourself

11/21/2017 - To charge your iPhone X as quickly as possible, you need to spend another $94

11/21/2017 - The FCC is unilaterally giving up its net neutrality authority with little to replace it

11/21/2017 - Ikea can handle 915 million visitors, but its recalled dresser just killed another toddler

11/21/2017 - That unsold bottle of Merlot is probably winding up in your gas tank

11/21/2017 - The women of SNL do not understand that friend and assaulter aren’t mutually exclusive

11/21/2017 - Alibaba’s foray into food is riskier than Amazon’s for one key reason

11/21/2017 - Robert Mugabe has resigned as president of Zimbabwe

11/21/2017 - Charlie Rose “does not get a pass here”: Gayle King confronts the truth about a CBS colleague and friend

11/21/2017 - Latex

11/21/2017 - Latex

11/21/2017 - Robert Mugabe’s own political party is about to impeach him

11/21/2017 - The emotional benefits of small talk outweigh your fear of being awkward

11/21/2017 - Shonda Rhimes hates “diversity” —here’s what she wants instead

11/21/2017 - The future of computing is holograms

11/21/2017 - One of the only traders convicted of Libor-fixing just cleared a major hurdle in his quest for acquittal

11/21/2017 - The most popular strategies companies use to save money also kill innovation

11/21/2017 - The five biggest lies you tell yourself before giving a presentation

11/21/2017 - How to be indestructible like Naomi Campbell

11/21/2017 - “Ask for what you want and then zip it”: Advice for women returning to work after a career break

11/21/2017 - A $31 million hack freaked cryptocurrency traders out and sent bitcoin’s price plunging

11/21/2017 - The Turkish lira is setting all-time lows as Erdogan picks another fight with the central bank

11/21/2017 - A new kind of charity lets you control exactly who you give to and what they get

11/21/2017 - China’s Communist Party briefly had a chapter at a California university

11/21/2017 - Here’s what you learn from the biggest Black Friday discounts of 2017, charted

11/21/2017 - The biggest buzzword in Silicon Valley doesn’t make any sense

11/21/2017 - Black Friday is the perfect day to buy everything—except a Christmas tree

11/21/2017 - Since 2010, sad songs have become less common all over the world

11/21/2017 - The bias against women in finance even extends to men with feminine names

11/21/2017 - Google collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled

11/21/2017 - China launched a toilet-finding platform to help identify 330,000 public toilets

11/21/2017 - One simple thing to do today to make Thanksgiving a lot less stressful

11/21/2017 - Everything you need to know about the Brexit “divorce bill”

11/21/2017 - Billions of dollars destined for Saudi Arabia demonstrate the clout of stock indexes

11/21/2017 - Supersonic flight is getting a reboot

11/21/2017 - Mugabe impeachment, Putin ❤️ Assad, CIA cat photos

11/21/2017 - Elon Musk has some strong feelings about Steve Jobs-style turtlenecks

11/21/2017 - Latex

11/21/2017 - In India, fishermen are using traditional rules to tackle declining catches

11/21/2017 - Nigeria’s economy is bouncing back—thanks to its oil

11/21/2017 - Instead of acting like headless chickens over eggs, Indians should worry about vegetables

11/21/2017 - There’s at least one place in Africa where China’s “win win” diplomacy is failing

11/21/2017 - Mugabe impeachment, Charlie Rose suspension, CIA cat photos

11/21/2017 - Mugabe impeachment, Charlie Rose suspension, CIA cat photos

11/21/2017 - There is a way for Indian entrepreneurs to raise funds without losing control of their startups

11/20/2017 - Pop culture is still in the thrall of Charles Manson’s death cult

11/20/2017 - Inside Pakistan’s biggest business conglomerate: the Pakistani military

11/20/2017 - Why Suzuki and Toyota’s new partnership is a huge deal for India’s electric vehicle dream

11/20/2017 - In this plot of Game of Thrones, AT&T should know better

11/20/2017 - Good news for dog owners, Internet spam, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/20/2017 - Uber’s big Volvo buy, GE board purge, CIA cat photos

11/20/2017 - Big banks’ blockchain specialists are flocking to cryptocurrency firms in search of freedom

11/20/2017 - Latex

11/20/2017 - British Airways is now boarding people who buy cheap tickets last

11/20/2017 - Amazon is ruining the Thanksgiving spirit

11/20/2017 - The first interstellar object to fly by Earth looked like a giant, pink space cigar

11/20/2017 - Researchers say a new Nike shoe can actually make you a faster runner

11/20/2017 - Margaret Atwood’s latest dystopian vision: Humans’ only purpose is to make musical theater

11/20/2017 - All the shows killed by Hollywood in the wake of its sexual-harassment crisis

11/20/2017 - Blue whales display an unexpected kind of “ambidextrousness” while on the hunt

11/20/2017 - Trump’s ratcheting up his feud with Kim Jong-un just in time for the holidays

11/20/2017 - I spent a week in Puerto Rico and walked away feeling hopeful

11/20/2017 - Apple’s new ad is a clever comeback to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s iPad putdown

11/20/2017 - Days after a huge oil spill, Keystone XL gets final approval to build through Nebraska

11/20/2017 - Uber is buying $1 billion worth of self-driving cars from Volvo

11/20/2017 - Americans are reading a lot of poetry right now, if you count “Instagram poetry”

11/20/2017 - Excellent 360-degree cameras are here, but do you need one?

11/20/2017 - The most urgent call for Trump to solve the US opioid crisis comes from the White House

11/20/2017 - The smartest entrepreneurs aim low when picking a mentor

11/20/2017 - Oxford and Cambridge are said to be illegally spying on students for money

11/20/2017 - GE is firing half its board as a new CEO cleans house

11/20/2017 - A Trump US policy reversal on trophy hunting imports would be terrible for African elephants

11/20/2017 - Drones, meet industry. Industry, meet your new favorite technology

11/20/2017 - In six charts: the sky-stealing future of the commercial drone industry

11/20/2017 - Drones, meet industry. Industry, meet your new favorite technology

11/20/2017 - In six charts: the sky-stealing future of the commercial drone industry

11/20/2017 - In six charts: the sky-stealing future of the commercial drone industry

11/20/2017 - Drones, meet industry. Industry, meet your new favorite technology

11/20/2017 - Two very different photos reveal why America can’t process mass shootings

11/20/2017 - America’s favorite sandwiches tell of class, gender, and creativity

11/20/2017 - Amid crypto hysteria, a startup thinks now is the time to pay for things with gold

11/20/2017 - A Chinese tech giant just joined Facebook and Amazon in the $500 billion valuation club

11/20/2017 - US students aren’t bad at math—they’re just not motivated

11/20/2017 - The most important productivity app is the one that stitches them all together

11/20/2017 - The best TV streaming devices to give as gifts this year

11/20/2017 - What do China’s police collect on citizens in order to predict crime? Everything

11/20/2017 - Amsterdam has won the trust of another London financial firm preparing for life after Brexit

11/20/2017 - Bitcoin passed $8,000 as institutional money inches closer to cryptocurrency markets

11/20/2017 - Why philosophy is so important in science education

11/20/2017 - Merkel in limbo, Charles Manson dies, moving India’s capital

11/20/2017 - How to approach Amazon’s marathon Black Friday sales bonanza

11/20/2017 - Germany could face another election as coalition talks collapse

11/20/2017 - Kenya’s supreme court has upheld the reelection of president Uhuru Kenyatta

11/20/2017 - The unlikely, meteoric rise of BTS, the biggest name in K-pop right now

11/20/2017 - India’s intrusive biometric ID is forcing HIV patients to forgo treatment

11/20/2017 - Mugabe hangs on, Merkel misses deadline, iceberg-spotting technology

11/20/2017 - Mugabe hangs on, Merkel misses deadline, iceberg-spotting technology

11/20/2017 - Dear Indian women, there’s nothing cute about being a financial mess

11/20/2017 - India’s biggest banks are piling on the losses, and investors are loving it

11/19/2017 - How India can get autonomous cars—despite crazy drivers, jaywalkers, and cows

11/19/2017 - The US military has banned all service members in Japan from drinking

11/19/2017 - Jeffrey Tambor quits Amazon series “Transparent” amid sexual misconduct allegations

11/19/2017 - Mugabe hangs on, Merkel misses deadline, mental time travel

11/19/2017 - A defiant Robert Mugabe won’t step down after his party fired him

11/19/2017 - The Senate Republican tax bill does not look good for the working class at all

11/19/2017 - The simple statistical analysis that explains the entire history of popular music

11/19/2017 - Why is a tax-cut loving accountant the first Republican senator to oppose his party’s tax plan?

11/19/2017 - US Congress used $17 million of taxpayers money to settle discrimination suits with its own employees

11/19/2017 - Robert Mugabe’s sacking makes way for hope in Zimbabwe—and uncertainty

11/19/2017 - Scientists are about to test a devastating hypothesis: 2018 will suffer a lot of big earthquakes

11/19/2017 - Millennials are set to be the most unequal generation yet

11/19/2017 - Pussy Riot and others are showing protest art in London because they can’t in Russia

11/19/2017 - Neuroscientists have identified how exactly a deep breath changes your mind

11/19/2017 - Finally, a source for hyper-bipartisan clickbait

11/19/2017 - Why do the rich kids at school look so scruffy?

11/19/2017 - Women-only clubs are spreading as a grassroots movement

11/19/2017 - The beginning of silent reading changed Westerners’ interior life

11/19/2017 - Bright colored clothes aren’t just for girls: an open letter to Lands’ End

11/19/2017 - Watch Chance the Rapper’s slow jam begging Obama to come back

11/19/2017 - Uber in Lagos, Mugabe out in Zimbabwe, African biomedical kit

11/19/2017 - The agony and joy of being gay in Africa

11/18/2017 - It’s the 35th anniversary of the greatest play in the history of college football

11/18/2017 - Does the NFL’s Roger Goodell deserve $50 million a year and lifetime use of a private jet?

11/18/2017 - The powerful strategy men can use right now to make amends for bad behavior

11/18/2017 - Zimbabweans are celebrating Robert Mugabe’s fall, as he tries to cling to power

11/18/2017 - Pocket calculators

11/18/2017 - Pocket calculators

11/18/2017 - Germany unseats the US as the country with the best international image

11/18/2017 - The US just made it a lot easier to file your sexual-harassment complaint

11/18/2017 - An internet of things flop means some connected lights won’t work anymore

11/18/2017 - Would you eat “clean meat”?

11/18/2017 - Big Pharma is taking advantage of patent law to keep OxyContin from ever dying

11/18/2017 - Weekend edition—Blackpool blues, Elon Musk’s loneliness, Naples’s anti-crime murals

11/18/2017 - Science has outgrown the human mind

11/18/2017 - The one man in America who continues to be “safe” from sexual harassment allegations is the president

11/18/2017 - Watch one of nature’s biggest sex shows on the Great Barrier Reef

11/18/2017 - Here’s how to reset your iPhone X (instead of accidentally calling 911)

11/18/2017 - Amaro cocktails are easy, crowd-pleasing, and sophisticated

11/18/2017 - Copenhagen’s newest architectural gem is a waste management plant

11/18/2017 - Facebook is still struggling with the difference between hate speech and censorship

11/18/2017 - Pocket calculators

11/18/2017 - Weekend edition—Blackpool blues, Elon Musk’s loneliness, Naples’s anti-crime murals

11/18/2017 - Weekend edition—Blackpool blues, Elon Musk’s loneliness, Naples’s anti-crime murals

11/18/2017 - Delhi’s deadly smog: Is it time to move India’s national capital elsewhere?

11/17/2017 - Weekend edition—Blackpool blues, Elon Musk’s loneliness, Naples’s anti-crime murals

11/17/2017 - Peter Thiel is no longer affiliated with star accelerator Y Combinator

11/17/2017 - Five things that will become obsolete, courtesy of you-know-which generation

11/17/2017 - Life in North Korea, Amazon’s last mile, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/17/2017 - You could live longer if you had a dog

11/17/2017 - Emerging technology unlocks new employment opportunities

11/17/2017 - Happy Friday: the new tradition edition

11/17/2017 - Innovation emerges as primary contributor of job growth

11/17/2017 - A US judge piped up “on behalf of all heterosexual males” to suggest he can’t tell sex from assault

11/17/2017 - Pocket calculators

11/17/2017 - Robert Mugabe has emerged in public, but where’s Grace?

11/17/2017 - Firefighters, jet owners, school teachers—the unexpected winners and losers in the GOP tax bills

11/17/2017 - Joe Biden’s new memoir shows a person coping with work under extreme emotional stress

11/17/2017 - How the Trumps kept their hands clean while taking criminals’ money

11/17/2017 - Stitch Fix’s highly anticipated IPO was ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

11/17/2017 - Elephants are autonomous and conscious, and deserve their day in court

11/17/2017 - Apple’s HomePod has been delayed until 2018

11/17/2017 - It’s make or break for Merkel as the would-be coalition can’t agree on three big issues

11/17/2017 - Quartzy: the new tradition edition

11/17/2017 - Japan wants to make it easier to become a resident. Do you qualify?

11/17/2017 - Quartzy: the new tradition edition

11/17/2017 - Concrete

11/17/2017 - Concrete

11/17/2017 - Duolingo finally released a Chinese course—here’s a guide to get the most out of it

11/17/2017 - A state Supreme Court justice’s open letter to AI

11/17/2017 - CEOs love blockchain, Venezuela goes into default, the last “Da Vinci”

11/17/2017 - Nigeria will be at the Winter Olympics for the first time ever

11/17/2017 - Banks are in trouble for hiding behind phony error messages to avoid loss-making trades

11/17/2017 - An excellent free beauty product you’ll find in your office bathroom

11/17/2017 - The American beauty establishment is finally recognizing women in hijab

11/17/2017 - Emirates has delighted its first class and infuriated its business class

11/17/2017 - Snarky coworkers can ruin morale, even when the boss is supportive

11/17/2017 - The hidden reason American minorities are so much more likely to have diabetes

11/17/2017 - Adam Grant’s simple trick for actually enjoying your successes

11/17/2017 - The dangerous data hack that you won’t even notice

11/17/2017 - If the entire US went vegan, it’d be a public health disaster

11/17/2017 - La extrema derecha quiere venderte una teoría sobre el sexo y el género que no existe

11/17/2017 - America’s rising white nationalism calls for a new type of civil rights leadership

11/17/2017 - A new wave in renewables harnesses the power of the ocean

11/17/2017 - Antibiotic abuse is on track to kill more people than cancer and diabetes. Can food help?

11/17/2017 - The cost of saving the world is $40 per ton of carbon. Here’s what that means.

11/17/2017 - There’s legitimate suspicion that China approved of Zimbabwe’s coup

11/17/2017 - If tired holiday traditions aren’t your thing, why not invent your own?

11/17/2017 - Japan’s infamous dedication to punctuality meant they apologized for a train being 20 seconds early

11/17/2017 - The day I quit journalism

11/17/2017 - The first study to find brain games prevent dementia shows why statistics don’t tell the whole story

11/17/2017 - Apple’s first head of diversity is leaving after less than a year

11/17/2017 - Who might actually be affected by repealing the estate tax, charted

11/17/2017 - 17 women have accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct. It’s time to revisit those stories

11/17/2017 - Merkel’s make-or-break talks, Tesla’s surprise, sexy durian

11/17/2017 - The “Lord of the Rings” of Chinese literature is finally being translated into English

11/17/2017 - No, China isn’t giving Katy Perry another chance

11/17/2017 - Concrete

11/17/2017 - In photos: The show is almost over at India’s old single-screen cinemas

11/17/2017 - Moody’s ratings and Modi’s expectations are finally on the same page

11/17/2017 - “A man who makes things happen”: Chinese state media’s 8,000-word profile on Xi Jinping

11/17/2017 - Tesla has unveiled the new Roadster, its luxury sports car

11/17/2017 - Everything you need to know about the Tesla Semi

11/17/2017 - From teacher to oppressor: Robert Mugabe’s rise and fall

11/17/2017 - More and more Indians are lying on their CVs to find work

11/17/2017 - What is it like to be a child trafficking victim in India? An online game will put you in her shoes

11/17/2017 - SpaceX mission, Mugabe uncertainty, sexy durian

11/17/2017 - SpaceX mission, Mugabe uncertainty, sexy durian

11/16/2017 - To help local firms, India may deal another blow to its struggling solar sector

11/16/2017 - The controversial Keystone pipeline just spilled 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

11/16/2017 - US households are about to see a lot more of this Moscow-born former Trump spokesman

11/16/2017 - The secret to long life, elephant importing, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/16/2017 - Tesla gives a peek at the supercharging rest stops it wants to build around the world

11/16/2017 - Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot can now do unbelievably good backflips

11/16/2017 - Hariri’s travels, SpaceX launch delay, Vantablack

11/16/2017 - The unique kind of prison awaiting Robert Mugabe in South Africa

11/16/2017 - Concrete

11/16/2017 - Lenovo’s new AR headset is the closest you’ll ever get to becoming a Jedi

11/16/2017 - Why is f%*$#% Johnny Depp still in these Harry Potter movies

11/16/2017 - Adding a custom ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ button to your keyboard is the only worthwhile lifehack

11/16/2017 - Don’t look now, but the Republican tax bill will cut $25 billion from Medicare next year

11/16/2017 - More than 50 experts just told DHS that using AI for “extreme vetting” is dangerously misguided

11/16/2017 - Amazon’s exclusive deal with Calvin Klein is about much more than underwear

11/16/2017 - These are the universities around the world most likely to get you a job

11/16/2017 - The clearest sign yet that Silicon Valley is ahead of Detroit in the self-driving car race

11/16/2017 - The tiny, passionate group battling Google, Facebook, and Amazon’s grip on US minds and wallets

11/16/2017 - Walmart’s big investment in workers is paying off

11/16/2017 - What is a coup? These 40 African countries could help explain

11/16/2017 - The Justice League can best any villain, but can they beat the curse of Rotten Tomatoes?

11/16/2017 - Earcons

11/16/2017 - Earcons

11/16/2017 - The next two days are the best time to watch the Leonid meteor shower

11/16/2017 - The crucial difference between a “pervert” and a predator

11/16/2017 - Watch SpaceX launch a secret mission—codename: Zuma—into space tonight

11/16/2017 - Norway’s $1 trillion oil fund is planning to get out of oil

11/16/2017 - Milton Glaser is designing fashion for the first time, but he’s not sure you’ll ❤ it

11/16/2017 - It doesn’t matter if this $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting is real or fake

11/16/2017 - Today’s biggest threat to democracy isn’t fake news—it’s selective facts

11/16/2017 - Men, gather round: This NFL player turned feminist will teach you how to fight sexism

11/16/2017 - Stanford trained AI to diagnose pneumonia better than a radiologist in just two months

11/16/2017 - Bridgeway Capital’s John Montgomery says he attracts talent by paying less

11/16/2017 - A bitcoin-buying feature helped Square’s stock price, but the news is even better for bitcoin

11/16/2017 - The Tesla Semi is coming tonight

11/16/2017 - Why watching someone “…typing…” in a text message exchange causes such anxiety

11/16/2017 - Your boss might be better as an algorithm

11/16/2017 - The cunning way that Russia is getting around Twitter’s bot crackdown

11/16/2017 - The rush to claim sex addiction “doesn’t exist” isn’t feminist, it’s dangerous

11/16/2017 - Trump claimed China had drastically altered its North Korea stance—but it hasn’t

11/16/2017 - Sheryl Sandberg is calling BS on your long-held career phobia

11/16/2017 - What your YouTube habit is really costing your company

11/16/2017 - Silicon Valley’s worship of innovation can get in the way of actual change

11/16/2017 - The secret to finding time for hobbies—no matter how busy you are

11/16/2017 - The newest smart home assistant stands out for one reason

11/16/2017 - When it comes to trade, Africa really should be a country

11/16/2017 - Tesla’s truck, Da Vinci sets record, Cards Against Trump’s Wall

11/16/2017 - Why are so many more women working in Canada than the US?

11/16/2017 - Google is celebrating the “father of modern African literature” with a doodle

11/16/2017 - The most important skill for 21st-century students is the discipline to say “no”

11/16/2017 - Earcons

11/16/2017 - Chinese copycats of the world’s hottest videogame added “core socialist values”

11/16/2017 - Wild boars and wilder brawls: India’s top airline is living through a nightmarish November

11/16/2017 - China’s bike-sharing startups are heading for marriage or death

11/16/2017 - It isn’t the lack of benches and buildings that’s killing Indian education. It’s the mindset

11/16/2017 - Africa’s richest woman has been fired from Angola’s state oil firm by the new president

11/16/2017 - Tesla truck, Leonardo record, sausage-roll scandal

11/16/2017 - Tesla truck, Leonardo record, sausage-roll scandal

11/16/2017 - It’s time Indians take the risk of heart disease very, very seriously

11/15/2017 - A $62 billion business opportunity is hiding behind India’s toilet troubles

11/15/2017 - A longtime critic of Vladimir Putin won the US National Book Award

11/15/2017 - Indians are still hopelessly in love with Narendra Modi

11/15/2017 - An outdated citizenship rule is bringing down Australia’s parliament

11/15/2017 - The queen of Creole cuisine has advice on the care of feeding of men

11/15/2017 - Zimbabwe takeover, Tencent earnings, happy robots

11/15/2017 - Caption this photo of ordinary taxpayers Steve Mnuchin and his wife holding big sheets of money

11/15/2017 - A picture of an android just won a place at the UK’s National Portrait Gallery

11/15/2017 - Earcons

11/15/2017 - Papa John’s apologized for its CEO’s rant against the NFL. Don’t buy it

11/15/2017 - Is “Get Out” a comedy? Jordan Peele has the perfect answer

11/15/2017 - You can use your computer’s spare power to fund bail for US defendants

11/15/2017 - LinkedIn glorifies the competitive sport of pathological workaholism

11/15/2017 - Astronomers found a new planet that could be a “comfortable” home for life

11/15/2017 - The world’s first politically motivated hotel is opening in Washington, DC

11/15/2017 - Sans Harvey Weinstein, Quentin Tarantino is a free agent. Hollywood is swooning.

11/15/2017 - New NASA photos capture the massive iceberg that broke off from Antarctica

11/15/2017 - What happens when the state sets booze prices—Scotland wants to find out

11/15/2017 - The right meditation can literally reshape your brain

11/15/2017 - In Naples, street art is giving a new voice to a city silenced by crime

11/15/2017 - The field of AI research is about to get way bigger than code

11/15/2017 - The price of bitcoin in post-coup Zimbabwe is not $13,000

11/15/2017 - What’s behind the situation in Zimbabwe?

11/15/2017 - Corporate execs are obsessed with blockchain because they can’t afford to ignore it anymore

11/15/2017 - The individual mandate is what keeps health insurance affordable under Obamacare

11/15/2017 - If you didn’t have high blood pressure yesterday, you might today

11/15/2017 - Sexual harassment broke the lines of communication long before men noticed

11/15/2017 - Your first few post-grad years can be more educational than college

11/15/2017 - The “mom-on-demand” economy is indulging our inner lazy teenager

11/15/2017 - The false promise of “getting there”

11/15/2017 - Silicon Valley should be governed by “Star Trek” regulations

11/15/2017 - Zimbabwe’s military is insisting there’s no coup. These photos suggest otherwise

11/15/2017 - One of Qatar’s royals says fake news started the Iraq War and the gulf blockade against her country

11/15/2017 - The professor who correctly predicted decades of US elections explains how Democrats can win 2020

11/15/2017 - Obedient, cheerful robots are making us terrible at relationships

11/15/2017 - Some pollution is good for kids’ lungs, and other beliefs held by Trump health officials

11/15/2017 - The GOP tax plan makes families pay more so global corporations pay less

11/15/2017 - The FDA wants to stop Americans from using a popular but unapproved opioid alternative

11/15/2017 - Will Amazon make a “Lord of the Rings” TV series worth watching?

11/15/2017 - There’s a reason chopsticks look different depending on the cuisine

11/15/2017 - Trump’s “great relationships” with world leaders make sense for his empire

11/15/2017 - Doctors are attempting the first case of gene editing inside the body of a living human

11/15/2017 - Zimbabwe’s military coup, largest jet deal ever, metalhead loyalty

11/15/2017 - “They stripped me”: A human rights lawyer on her year of secret detention in China

11/15/2017 - Let’s admit it, Maroon 5 is the most popular American band of the 21st Century

11/15/2017 - Catalyzed by Trump and Brexit, the EU’s 23-army defense pact is unlikely to enhance security

11/15/2017 - A small city in Ukraine gave the world the concepts of “genocide” and “crimes against humanity”

11/15/2017 - Bitcoin exchanges may not be ready for the big time

11/15/2017 - Add to Jack Dorsey’s growing list of problems: a serial killer who prowled Twitter for victims

11/15/2017 - A Peruvian farmer is suing German energy giant RWE for causing climate change

11/15/2017 - One in 10 of the world’s smartphones are sold in India

11/15/2017 - Tillerson in Myanmar, Zimbabwe “coup,” metalhead loyalty

11/15/2017 - Tillerson in Myanmar, Zimbabwe “coup,” metalhead loyalty

11/15/2017 - India’s pollution today is as deadly as the black smog that covered Britain during the Industrial Revolution

11/15/2017 - India’s crypto-currency debate heads to the courts—again

11/15/2017 - The one-man army working to make Quora better for Q&A obsessed Indians

11/15/2017 - Africa’s largest TV platform has a growing free speech and censorship problem

11/15/2017 - Robert Mugabe is reportedly under house arrest as situation in Zimbabwe looks increasingly like a coup

11/14/2017 - An Indian recruitment startup is using artificial intelligence to become a “Google for people”

11/14/2017 - “You are sick”: The first-hand accounts of 17 LGBT people in China forced into conversion therapy

11/14/2017 - Australian leaders are pledging “marriage equality by Christmas”

11/14/2017 - Zimbabwe is on edge as the military stand-off with Robert Mugabe escalates  

11/14/2017 - The story behind this days-long traffic jam in Mongolia

11/14/2017 - Maybe Arianna Huffington wasn’t the right person to police Uber’s sexual harassment

11/14/2017 - L’Italia non è fuori dai mondiali—è fuori solo la nazionale maschile

11/14/2017 - Italy’s soccer team isn’t out of the World Cup—only the boys are

11/14/2017 - Tillerson visits Myanmar, Sessions denies lies, metalhead loyalty

11/14/2017 - American Nazis, age of digital pills, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/14/2017 - In the future, algorithms may barter between each other to make better decisions

11/14/2017 - Carbon dioxide

11/14/2017 - The most important questions Jeff Sessions couldn’t answer during his House testimony

11/14/2017 - Simple economics explain why driving for Uber will never be a great job

11/14/2017 - Walmart—yes, Walmart—is entering the high-end fashion business

11/14/2017 - Pros and cons of the new digital pills that connect to your smartphone

11/14/2017 - Should a hospital block a recently jailed father from donating a kidney to save his son?

11/14/2017 - Radhika Jones is exactly the crisis leader that Vanity Fair needs

11/14/2017 - A Chinese queer couple’s wedding day, made possible by a cruise

11/14/2017 - The most popular poetry book in the US is based on internet Vines

11/14/2017 - Metal—the most-loved genre of music—is getting its own streaming service

11/14/2017 - Mine workers, idyllic landscapes, tigers: North Korean artists have made tens of millions of dollars for Pyongyang

11/14/2017 - A higher minimum wage could lead to fewer rich kids

11/14/2017 - Why we must never stop trying to learn from the past

11/14/2017 - These four animals could be brought back from extinction

11/14/2017 - There’s a right way and a wrong way to fly long-haul on budget airlines

11/14/2017 - Digital-first banking is powering the future of financial services

11/14/2017 - Financial services companies must embrace consumer-centric technologies

11/14/2017 - Tanks are rolling toward Zimbabwe’s capital after the army chief threatened to “step in”

11/14/2017 - The Church of England is encouraging primary school students to explore their gender identity

11/14/2017 - People watch Netflix unabashedly at work (and in public toilets, too)

11/14/2017 - What employees really want to know about their paychecks

11/14/2017 - 15,000 scientists just signed the largest-ever warning about Earth’s destruction

11/14/2017 - Nigeria’s army has considered not admitting female combatants for training

11/14/2017 - Thank you, Netflix, for saving my son’s brain from advertising

11/14/2017 - Should Trump have control of US nuclear weapons?

11/14/2017 - Video: Jeff Sessions testifies on Russia before the House committee

11/14/2017 - Why “visionary” language from leaders can sometimes backfire

11/14/2017 - This autumn’s apples mark the beginning of the designer fruit era

11/14/2017 - London may have found a radical solution for its housing crisis—building new homes on roofs

11/14/2017 - Your company’s Slack is probably sexist

11/14/2017 - Venezuela—finally and officially—defaulted on its bonds

11/14/2017 - The physics behind why cats fit themselves in weird places

11/14/2017 - Why every leader needs to take a “think week”

11/14/2017 - How the world has moved on without America, in just a year

11/14/2017 - A little-known Chinese company is buying up London taxis, luxury sports vehicles, and now—flying cars

11/14/2017 - The Republican tax plan includes an attack on elite universities

11/14/2017 - A five-minute mindfulness exercise that’s ideal for skeptics and grumps

11/14/2017 - Senate’s GOP tax reform accused of destroying the incentive to work for startups

11/14/2017 - Solar and wind are now the cheapest energy around—unless you need to store it

11/14/2017 - Scientists discover human skin heals faster during the day

11/14/2017 - It’s better to understand something than to know it

11/14/2017 - One of the only traders convicted of manipulating Libor could soon be acquitted

11/14/2017 - If you want a proper pay rise, move to Asia—or Argentina

11/14/2017 - Natural gas company converts a Tesla Model S into a long-range hydrogen powered “Hesla”

11/14/2017 - Curbing Trump’s nuclear power, digital medical pills, World Cup without Italy

11/14/2017 - All the reasons you shouldn’t buy ICOs, according to the world’s financial watchdogs

11/14/2017 - Trump’s South China Sea mediation offer gives smaller nations a bargaining chip against China

11/14/2017 - Meet Ami, Mali’s biggest female rapper

11/14/2017 - China suddenly has way more of the world’s most powerful computers than the US

11/14/2017 - Marriage equality in Australia is within reach

11/14/2017 - Charted: The startup boom in small-town India

11/14/2017 - India’s plan to connect thousands of its villages to the internet is finally moving up a gear

11/14/2017 - India’s judiciary is facing its gravest ever crisis

11/14/2017 - Brexit blueprint, Venezuela default, robotic fish agents

11/14/2017 - Brexit blueprint, Venezuela default, robotic fish agents

11/14/2017 - A spider-obsessed artist is collaborating with MIT to spin the architecture for climate change

11/14/2017 - Flush with funds again, India’s startup scene is buzzing with acquisition rumours

11/13/2017 - India’s taxi wars may be headed for a truce, thanks to Softbank

11/13/2017 - Britain’s economy could lose $29 billion if EU migration halves post-Brexit

11/13/2017 - Europe’s chief financial officers are expecting rate hikes over the next year (except for Russia)

11/13/2017 - “Keep it in the ground”: Protesters interrupted the US panel on fossil fuels at the UN’s climate conference

11/13/2017 - NSA’s spilled secrets, carbon-dioxide removal, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/13/2017 - Roy Moore’s fifth accuser describes being silenced by a classic sex predator’s tactic

11/13/2017 - Qualcomm declines offer, Brexit blueprint, Uber drivers fake GPS

11/13/2017 - Boston Dynamics is still making creepy robots under SoftBank

11/13/2017 - The 3 factors that make Singapore’s health system the envy of the West

11/13/2017 - What the US can (really) learn from Singapore’s healthcare system

11/13/2017 - The philosophy that’s making Netflix a go-to for challenging, underrepresented stories

11/13/2017 - Researchers claim they’ve hacked Apple’s FaceID technology in a week

11/13/2017 - The images from Poland’s far-right rally are terrifying by design

11/13/2017 - All the ways the Polish government tried to spin a 60,000-strong nationalist rally

11/13/2017 - The sports bra

11/13/2017 - A philosopher left his corpse on public display to shatter societal delusions about death

11/13/2017 - Digital technology can help reinvent basic education in Africa

11/13/2017 - Smashing coffee makers is not the way for Fox News to dig out of its ad hole

11/13/2017 - A professor says his book was censored in Australia by the Chinese government

11/13/2017 - One metric is far more important to bitcoin users than its price

11/13/2017 - Starbucks is going grande into the Italian-food business

11/13/2017 - It’s not their physical gawkiness that makes 14-year-olds too young to consent

11/13/2017 - The 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos will be co-chaired by seven women—and zero men

11/13/2017 - South Africa really can’t afford free education for all despite the liberation promise

11/13/2017 - Bill Gates is funding a smart city in the United States—India’s already trying to build 100

11/13/2017 - Taylor Swift sells her music by not letting you listen to it

11/13/2017 - With her thinly veiled rage, SNL’s “Claire from HR” is the hero we need now

11/13/2017 - The EU signed a “historic” deal to integrate 23 armies to shake off its US dependence

11/13/2017 - Amazon’s next victims might be TV networks funded by commercials

11/13/2017 - Uber drivers in Lagos are using a fake GPS app to inflate rider fares

11/13/2017 - Bill Gates just donated $50 million to look for out-of-the-box Alzheimer’s cures

11/13/2017 - Ta-Nehisi Coates gently explains why white people can’t rap the n-word

11/13/2017 - The tactic that convinces reluctant parents to vaccinate their babies

11/13/2017 - The cultural reason terrorism hurts some tourist hotspots more than others

11/13/2017 - The false cheer of office parties can’t cure the loneliness epidemic

11/13/2017 - Incredible new images show Jupiter and Venus side by side

11/13/2017 - VW is mulling an electric Beetle that harks back to the Bug’s roots

11/13/2017 - Automating my job taught me that robots aren’t as scary as we think

11/13/2017 - How the super-wealthy avoid taxes by parking money offshore legally

11/13/2017 - Feeling bad about your failures leads to success

11/13/2017 - Europe’s surprisingly strong economy is now the “engine of global trade,” says the IMF

11/13/2017 - We finally have proof that visionary founders make the worst CEOs

11/13/2017 - Trump at ASEAN, Iran-Iraq quake, the problem with Apu

11/13/2017 - A Stanford professor says we should teach more math in preschool

11/13/2017 - After years of holding steady, carbon emissions are now moving in the wrong direction

11/13/2017 - India’s dream of going cashless is just that…a dream

11/13/2017 - Twitter users are having a field day mocking Trump after he insulted Kim Jong-un

11/13/2017 - A Unilever and Tata veteran lists six risks that upstart Patanjali must guard against

11/13/2017 - European boards only think they value company culture

11/13/2017 - I wanted to give birth naturally, but doctor after doctor insisted on a C-section

11/13/2017 - Rodrigo Duterte preceded hosting Trump with tirades against his human rights critics

11/13/2017 - Trump in the Philippines, TPP moves on, United’s Delhi ban

11/13/2017 - Trump in the Philippines, TPP moves on, United’s Delhi ban

11/13/2017 - The Iran-Iraq border earthquake has killed more than 300, injured nearly 6,000

11/12/2017 - India’s male-dominated IT industry will finally be represented by a woman

11/12/2017 - A SoftBank-led group of investors is on the verge of investing $10 billion in Uber

11/12/2017 - Justin Trudeau is again charming the Philippines, the country that ignited global Trudeau mania

11/12/2017 - Trump in the Philippines, Rohingya from space, British Vogue editor’s first issue

11/12/2017 - Larry David is the latest celebrity to apologize—for his bad jokes

11/12/2017 - Biomedical engineers from across Africa are collaborating to build medical devices

11/12/2017 - NASA just sent 7,400 pounds of groceries, E. coli, and a 3D camera into space

11/12/2017 - The mobile phone is still changing the game in Africa

11/12/2017 - Crops are rotting in UK fields following Brexit immigration changes

11/12/2017 - The iPhone X is a beautiful mess

11/12/2017 - The ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya is visible from space

11/12/2017 - The case for cheap luggage

11/12/2017 - Inside the mechanical brain of the world’s first robot citizen

11/12/2017 - I tweeted for Hillary Clinton for a year and a half, and here’s what I learned

11/12/2017 - If the sun is so hot, why is space so cold?

11/12/2017 - “I’m Instagram famous, and I have crippling body image issues”

11/12/2017 - Listen to this new instrument that’s a combination of a saxophone and a recorder

11/12/2017 - Sardines are so chic right now that people are wearing them

11/12/2017 - The Zen take on material desires (and Gucci handbags)

11/12/2017 - The next “it” ingredient in beauty products is marijuana

11/12/2017 - The exact time the UK will leave the EU is set

11/12/2017 - Africa’s global factories, renewable Cape Verde, Zuma’s books

11/11/2017 - The feminists of country music who came long before Keith Urban

11/11/2017 - Here’s how Republicans are responding to the allegations against Roy Moore

11/11/2017 - Seven weeks after Maria, Puerto Ricans are coming to each others’ aid

11/11/2017 - Nigeria, DR Congo, Kenya and Uganda have the world’s worst police forces

11/11/2017 - Yet again, Trump believes Putin over his own intelligence officials

11/11/2017 - Crazy statistics from China’s biggest shopping day of the year

11/11/2017 - Watch: Pharrell’s hilariously bad duet about Singles Day in China

11/11/2017 - Younger Americans likely drove the recent string of historic election victories

11/11/2017 - Hamburgers, disputed shrimp, Kung Pao chicken: Trump’s meals in Asia

11/11/2017 - Somaliland is blocking social media to keep its election free of “fake news”

11/11/2017 - How vigilantes took over large swathes of local security in Nigeria as police failed

11/11/2017 - The woman standing between the White House and the mass deportation of 450,000 people

11/11/2017 - The UK’s biggest-ever solar farm will be built without government help

11/11/2017 - What it’s like for an artist to suddenly see color

11/11/2017 - Louis C.K. has been hiding behind his dad bod

11/11/2017 - A universal travel tip to get to know any new city

11/11/2017 - The unexpected joy of visiting a very tiny museum

11/11/2017 - Cheap VR headsets could drive the next industrial robotic revolution

11/11/2017 - Who loses when big companies funnel $699 billion to tax havens

11/11/2017 - Forget drinking, being sober is the new social lubricant

11/11/2017 - Inside Devcon3, the euphoric gathering for ethereum diehards

11/11/2017 - The reason the richest women in the US are the ones having the most kids

11/11/2017 - The company photographing every spot of land on earth, every single day

11/11/2017 - Hurricane Maria has made Puerto Rico the land of opportunity for solar power

11/11/2017 - New research says it’s better to buy than rent—and it has nothing to do with money

11/11/2017 - Weekend edition—What to do with 280 characters, Trump’s new term for Asia, YouTube’s terrifying cartoon algorithms

11/11/2017 - You do not want to break your iPhone X screen without AppleCare

11/11/2017 - “Britain did not fight the Second World War, the British Empire did”

11/11/2017 - My trip to China shattered my biases about developing nations

11/11/2017 - Weekend edition—What to do with 280 characters, Trump’s new term for Asia, YouTube’s terrifying cartoon algorithms

11/11/2017 - Weekend edition—What to do with 280 characters, Trump’s new term for Asia, YouTube’s terrifying cartoon algorithms

11/10/2017 - Weekend edition—What to do with 280 characters, Trump’s new term for Asia, YouTube’s terrifying cartoon algorithms

11/10/2017 - Manila’s pivot to Beijing spells peril—not just opportunity—for Chinese-Filipinos

11/10/2017 - Beating global warming, Puerto Rico blackout, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/10/2017 - The diversity in Edward Enninful’s new British Vogue isn’t just about skin color

11/10/2017 - Diamond rings

11/10/2017 - We edited Louis C.K.’s “apology” to make it a real apology

11/10/2017 - Louis C.K.’s “apology” was about as apologetic as his comedy

11/10/2017 - China’s Singles Day is a Manhattan sneaker boutique’s biggest shopping holiday

11/10/2017 - Raising taxes on the rich is an easy way to pay for corporate tax cuts

11/10/2017 - Sean Parker admitted how Facebook exploits human psychology

11/10/2017 - Facebook sets its sights on Yelp with a new app called Local

11/10/2017 - Quartzy: the luxurious state edition

11/10/2017 - Quartzy: the luxurious state edition

11/10/2017 - Spotify is abandoning the outdated idea of corporate holidays

11/10/2017 - Brexit Britain is wasting its time obsessing over a highly unlikely Article 50 reversal

11/10/2017 - Trump’s climate change views are super awkward in flooded Vietnam

11/10/2017 - Hip-hop is now so old, it’s starting to get a bit nostalgic

11/10/2017 - Disney’s version of Netflix is going to be cheaper—and have Star Wars

11/10/2017 - IBM has freed itself from the tyranny of Helvetica

11/10/2017 - Of the qualities valued by hiring managers, intelligence ranks near the bottom

11/10/2017 - Uber takes to the sky, Delhi’s apocalyptic smog, the biggest tech deal in history

11/10/2017 - Streamable kids’ movies that won’t make parents miserable or appalled

11/10/2017 - A conflict-free workplace has been discovered, 250,000 miles away from Earth

11/10/2017 - What’s left to explain Janet Yellen’s dismissal except that she’s a woman?

11/10/2017 - Jack Ma is using Singles Day, a symbol of crass commercialism, to revitalize Tai Chi

11/10/2017 - Whether you can work well from home depends on these three things

11/10/2017 - The most effective way to set a personal mission statement doesn’t involve words

11/10/2017 - Uber has ended its subprime car leasing program for New York drivers

11/10/2017 - I fell for the cult of masculinity—and the myth that men are aggressive by nature

11/10/2017 - “Zero tolerance” sexual harassment policies are terrible for women

11/10/2017 - Canada’s broadcast watchdog says d’accord to the ‘f-word’

11/10/2017 - Battling algorithmic bias

11/10/2017 - Algorithmic bias: a new fintech challenge

11/10/2017 - A UK court has upheld the ruling that Uber drivers have workers’ rights—and deserve benefits

11/10/2017 - Tech can’t solve the Internet’s worst problems—but you can

11/10/2017 - Take a sneak peek at Abu Dhabi’s own Louvre museum

11/10/2017 - Your DNA doesn’t write your destiny

11/10/2017 - There’s a smarter way to binge-watch TV

11/10/2017 - Does having a white boyfriend make me less black?

11/10/2017 - Most Puerto Ricans have water now, but they’re afraid of drinking it

11/10/2017 - India is overtaking China as the biggest emitter of this deadly air pollutant

11/10/2017 - The improbable new wine countries that climate change is creating

11/10/2017 - Always say yes to the giftwrap

11/10/2017 - Modesty isn’t a virtue, it’s a tool to keep women in their place

11/10/2017 - Singles Day sales frenzy, Trump berates APEC, holy smokes

11/10/2017 - Britain’s most innovative musical export since punk rock is grime

11/10/2017 - Britain’s decisions in the next few weeks will determine the fate of Brexit talks

11/10/2017 - Yes, Trump’s Twitter style did change while he was in China

11/10/2017 - Venice’s cruise ship ban is hiding its tourism problem, not fixing it

11/10/2017 - The only thing keeping Tata Motors alive and kicking is its British acquisition

11/10/2017 - Bengaluru is more confident about going digital than even San Francisco

11/10/2017 - The pioneering photographer who captured beauty amid the chaos of modernising India

11/10/2017 - The deadly smog over New Delhi is a perfect example of everything that’s wrong with India

11/10/2017 - Singles Day in China, Louis CK allegations, gender parity in space

11/10/2017 - Singles Day in China, Louis CK allegations, gender parity in space

11/9/2017 - Trump’s state dinner in China featured Kung Pao chicken and a $30 Chinese white wine

11/9/2017 - One of Mumbai’s oldest fish markets is getting a funky street-art makeover

11/9/2017 - Your guide to getting the most out of the world’s biggest online shopping day

11/9/2017 - Beijing is playing Trump “like a fiddle,” an ex-ambassador to China says

11/9/2017 - Disney just performed an old Jedi mind trick on Wall Street

11/9/2017 - Louis C.K.’s problem is your problem, too

11/9/2017 - Disney is making yet another Star Wars trilogy with “The Last Jedi” director at the helm

11/9/2017 - Facebook’s global policy head says there is “no silver bullet” for fake news

11/9/2017 - How much would female reproductive health cost in your state without Obamacare?

11/9/2017 - Trump doesn’t blame China, political teams, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/9/2017 - Singles Day in China, Louis CK allegations, gender parity in space

11/9/2017 - Domestic abusers are not allowed to buy firearms in the US—but there is a loophole

11/9/2017 - Everything you need to know about the accusations against Louis C.K.

11/9/2017 - Here’s what you need to know about digital transformation, straight from Microsoft Envision 2017

11/9/2017 - The brain of Aaron Hernandez is why no one should play football. Ever

11/9/2017 - How to mentor other women, according to one of the most powerful women in NYC government

11/9/2017 - Peak oil

11/9/2017 - Nearly one in four big British companies can’t seem to find qualified women for their boards

11/9/2017 - The Republican party is about to face the Weinstein test

11/9/2017 - Mark Cuban threw shade at Forbes’ rich list after Wilbur Ross lied about being a billionaire

11/9/2017 - The world’s first self-driving “rail bus” is taking its inaugural journey in China without tracks

11/9/2017 - Skepticism of astrology isn’t particularly smart

11/9/2017 - London police investigated a rape claim against Uber investor Shervin Pishevar

11/9/2017 - Uber’s new CEO gave a master class on how to manage an ousted predecessor

11/9/2017 - It’s time to update your iPhone if you’re getting that bizarre “i” keyboard bug

11/9/2017 - The problem with volunteer tourism for NGOs is it doesn’t do much good

11/9/2017 - Passengers watched as a truck slowly hit them in Las Vegas’ first self-driving shuttle bus

11/9/2017 - Wellness is political in the age of Trump

11/9/2017 - Facebook’s latest “horrible idea” is asking users to upload nudes to prevent revenge porn

11/9/2017 - As Teen Vogue’s guest editor, Hillary Clinton wrote a moving letter to her teenage self

11/9/2017 - Netflix is going to test new ideas by publishing comic books

11/9/2017 - Uber drivers in Lagos are suing it for employee status

11/9/2017 - Here’s the full $43 billion list of US food makers angry at Trump’s NAFTA threats

11/9/2017 - Embracing my offbeat fashion sense makes me a better boss

11/9/2017 - The forgotten art of squatting is a revelation for bodies ruined by sitting

11/9/2017 - Kenya’s political opposition is asking supporters to stop using M-Pesa mobile money

11/9/2017 - Esther Perel is America’s first clear-eyed public intellectual on love

11/9/2017 - TripAdvisor is now labeling hotels where sexual assaults have been reported

11/9/2017 - Adidas is trouncing Nike and Under Armour on their home field

11/9/2017 - There’s no limit to what people will make a “Keurig” for

11/9/2017 - Teaching business within the liberal arts could help avoid the next Uber or Harvey Weinstein

11/9/2017 - British dysfunction could make Trump’s Saudi Aramco dream come true

11/9/2017 - Employees often perceive their companies to be more or less diverse than they actually are

11/9/2017 - The simple change you can make to stop wasting food

11/9/2017 - Reid Hoffman reveals the most important insight he learned on his “Masters of Scale” podcast

11/9/2017 - We may not see Kevin Spacey in a new movie ever again

11/9/2017 - Demand for gold has dropped to an eight-year low

11/9/2017 - Why millions of Americans believe things that aren’t true

11/9/2017 - We often look for reasons to fail—but you can retrain your brain to win

11/9/2017 - The new marker of luxury is feel-good storytelling

11/9/2017 - A sociologist explains why wealthy women are doomed to be miserable

11/9/2017 - One region is growing older a lot faster than anywhere else in the world

11/9/2017 - Climate change will be the border control of the future

11/9/2017 - The best hidden gems on each streaming service

11/9/2017 - Equifax earnings, Trump praises Xi, jet engine power suits

11/9/2017 - Trump has given Xi Jinping a pass on the South China Sea

11/9/2017 - A year after demonetisation, a mother mourns a baby because a hospital refused her old notes

11/9/2017 - “I give China great credit”: Trump praises China for taking advantage of the US in trade

11/9/2017 - Why is it still almost impossible for Indian rape survivors to get justice?

11/9/2017 - Brexit talks, Bitcoin record, Delhi airpocalypse

11/9/2017 - Brexit talks, Bitcoin record, Delhi airpocalypse

11/9/2017 - The nation wants to know: what do Indians watch on Facebook and YouTube?

11/9/2017 - Indian men are terrible at buying underwear. This startup wants to help

11/8/2017 - Raghuram Rajan isn’t coming back to India to fill AAP’s Rajya Sabha seat

11/8/2017 - In Beijing, Trump should get acquainted with Xi Jinping’s “Steve Bannon”

11/8/2017 - Solar power could be the answer to aging electrical grids

11/8/2017 - Ten historic victories, Trump’s one year mark, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/8/2017 - Disney earnings, Snap’s sellout, AI that scams scammers

11/8/2017 - The huge takeover that could reshape media may depend on CNN’s sale

11/8/2017 - Cider

11/8/2017 - Walmart could face a huge class action lawsuit from its female employees

11/8/2017 - Trump has made it illegal for Americans to buy a Cuban-made cola in Cuba

11/8/2017 - What comes after the iPhone: smart glasses and the “reality operating system”

11/8/2017 - A year since Donald Trump’s victory: These photos explain his unlikely presidency

11/8/2017 - Bitcoin is soaring because a hard fork has been averted

11/8/2017 - WeWork’s grand plan to disrupt schools assumes kids want to be startup founders

11/8/2017 - How writers make believable characters, according to the creator of Mad Men

11/8/2017 - Fashion’s biggest party will be all about Catholicism next year

11/8/2017 - For the first time, scientists genetically modified stem cells to give a boy entirely new skin

11/8/2017 - YouTube’s algorithms are terrorizing a generation of children

11/8/2017 - Michael Bierut says never trust a designer who doesn’t like reading

11/8/2017 - Shhhhh—offshore finance isn’t always for shady tycoons

11/8/2017 - Marissa Mayer sounds distraught over Yahoo’s massive data breach

11/8/2017 - The WHO is calling on global farms to take antibiotic resistance seriously

11/8/2017 - Christopher Nolan says the Netflix model is simply “not good business”

11/8/2017 - College football is turning schools into hotels with $475,000 rooms

11/8/2017 - Gender parity at work may reach space before it’s on Earth

11/8/2017 - Women looking for male allies in the fight against harassment: Read a Wall Street icon’s pragmatic advice

11/8/2017 - Breathing New Delhi’s air right now is the equivalent of smoking 45 cigarettes a day

11/8/2017 - Quartzy: the new edition edition

11/8/2017 - Quartzy: the new edition edition

11/8/2017 - Germany’s top court has ordered a third gender option for birth certificates

11/8/2017 - Facebook ended a test to fight fake news that called real news fake

11/8/2017 - The progressive backlash to Trump’s election has officially begun

11/8/2017 - Chanel showcased in China’s next fashion and tech capital—and no, it’s not Shanghai

11/8/2017 - Behind the White House’s push to get a controversial DHS nominee into office

11/8/2017 - 100,000 Puerto Ricans have left the island since Maria. How many more will follow?

11/8/2017 - Seeking eternal life, Silicon Valley is solving for death

11/8/2017 - Welcome to Quartzy, a new lifestyle and culture edition from Quartz

11/8/2017 - Alexa doesn’t have the attention span to secretly eavesdrop on your conversations

11/8/2017 - Snapchat is selling out

11/8/2017 - Report: US grads are missing one thing—the ability to function like adults

11/8/2017 - Drink meat smoothies and avoid swamps: 1,000 years of dieting fads

11/8/2017 - An ancient philosopher’s advice for living a fulfilled life, even in the darkest times

11/8/2017 - Going into the office will help your career

11/8/2017 - We built a “career map” to help non-managers find ways to advance

11/8/2017 - Silicon Valley’s problem with Congress has already been solved—by the defense industry

11/8/2017 - A history of aspiration, from Socrates’ “luxurious state” to Instagram envy

11/8/2017 - My long-awaited robot friend made me wonder what it means to live at all

11/8/2017 - The world’s best food porn is on China’s state TV

11/8/2017 - Introducing the Quartzy bot, your friendly cultural companion

11/8/2017 - The natural hair movement is forgetting its radical roots

11/8/2017 - The GOP tax plan gives Americans less incentive to be charitable

11/8/2017 - The moment Trump transformed from a businessman to a brand

11/8/2017 - How does a creative person stay creative for decades?

11/8/2017 - The awful tyranny of “the French woman” myth

11/8/2017 - Wilbur Ross is probably just one of many billionaires who lie about being billionaires

11/8/2017 - John Magufuli has changed Tanzania in just two years as president

11/8/2017 - It’s not just you: Americans are feeling utterly miserable

11/8/2017 - How photographer William Wegman makes his dogs look human

11/8/2017 - For the best souvenirs, don’t go to souvenir shops

11/8/2017 - Pushing yourself to physical extremes can actually improve emotional well-being

11/8/2017 - Calling women “quirky” is a sneaky attempt to demean their intelligence

11/8/2017 - “Darkest Hour” shows an erratic, obnoxious leader can still be great

11/8/2017 - Your bookshelf sends an unspoken message about who you are

11/8/2017 - South Africa has tripled its black science PhD graduates over the last decade

11/8/2017 - Arabella diplomacy: Trump’s 6-year-old granddaughter is helping him win over Xi Jinping

11/8/2017 - Christian Dior: Luxury is what makes us human

11/8/2017 - Deutsche Bank’s CEO hints that half its workers could be replaced by machines

11/8/2017 - Mozart Rubber Duck, Vienna

11/8/2017 - Pink princess phone, Brooklyn, NY

11/8/2017 - Marissa Mayer testifies, Democrats bounce back, Christmas creep

11/8/2017 - Frida Kahlo’s corset-cast, Mexico City

11/8/2017 - Genetically engineered Tootsie Roll, Manhattan

11/8/2017 - “Teen” coffee bar, Slovenia

11/8/2017 - The EPA has approved the release of weaponized mosquitoes in 20 US states

11/8/2017 - Christian Dior’s sketches, Château de La Colle Noire, France

11/8/2017 - Candles, New York City

11/8/2017 - Airline menu, somewhere over Copenhagen

11/8/2017 - Research shows a link between alcohol and male infertility

11/8/2017 - America’s oldest auto association wants consumers to overcome their fear of driverless cars

11/8/2017 - Tarragon lemonade, New York City

11/8/2017 - One of Asia’s largest tech IPOs this year involves the cutting-edge technology known as books

11/8/2017 - Chandni choke, Rajiv choke, Patel choke: Smog-filled New Delhi just can’t breathe

11/8/2017 - The Narendra Modi government tried to kill cash. It ended up strangling the economy

11/8/2017 - Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s leadership mantra is all about empathy

11/8/2017 - Trump in China, Democrats bounce back, Nutella scandal

11/8/2017 - Trump in China, Democrats bounce back, Nutella scandal

11/8/2017 - For the second time, a candidate backed by Trump has been rejected by voters

11/8/2017 - Technology is great—but it alone won’t solve all of India’s development problems

11/7/2017 - Trump offered a “much better future” to a man who’s worshipped like a god in North Korea

11/7/2017 - Online groceries is a tough nut to crack. So why are India’s e-commerce giants obsessed with it?

11/7/2017 - Fog foiled Trump’s surprise trip to the DMZ, where the South Korean president was waiting

11/7/2017 - We explain—in 280 characters—why Chinese-speaking Twitter users only get 140

11/7/2017 - It’s getting harder and harder to defend Snap being a public company

11/7/2017 - This is what happens when Facebook eats your business

11/7/2017 - It’s election day again in the US, and Twitter is still home to bots, liars and Russian networks

11/7/2017 - Here’s how to track if Xi Jinping “wins” when he meets Trump

11/7/2017 - Weinstein’s army of spies, Saudi situation, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/7/2017 - Trump in China, Waymo hits the road, and a Van Gogh grasshopper

11/7/2017 - Uber has replaced Travis Kalanick’s values with eight new “cultural norms”

11/7/2017 - Dr. Martens

11/7/2017 - A Twitter executive banished laptops from his meeting, and the reactions were excellent

11/7/2017 - Snapshots of sleep-deprived brains show why you shouldn’t drive tired

11/7/2017 - Saudi Arabia’s newest jail has a 4 1/2 star rating on TripAdvisor

11/7/2017 - Snapchat also wants to be a fitness app

11/7/2017 - The former vice chairman of GM just predicted the car industry’s future: it has no future

11/7/2017 - The Disney-Fox talks are all about defeating Netflix

11/7/2017 - All about “Indo-Pacific,” the new term Trump is using to refer to Asia

11/7/2017 - Harvey Weinstein lawyer David Boies’s quiet career squashing stories for the powerful

11/7/2017 - American frackers will pump shale oil far more aggressively than previously thought

11/7/2017 - Waymo has started testing self-driving cars with no one behind the wheel

11/7/2017 - Grace Mugabe has a clear path to Zimbabwe’s top job after her husband fired the VP

11/7/2017 - The best and worst countries for emissions from electric cars

11/7/2017 - A new analysis of 4-year-old data shows the EPA is ignoring a lot of toxins in US drinking water

11/7/2017 - The Dutch legal trick Nike used to pay less tax, revealed by the Paradise Papers

11/7/2017 - The EU’s competition chief explains why punishing Big Tech is good for innovation

11/7/2017 - To be resilient, start by avoiding the word “happiness”

11/7/2017 - A 2,300-year old Greek-style gymnasium has been discovered in Egypt

11/7/2017 - The first non-browning, genetically modified apple is shipping to US groceries

11/7/2017 - Taylor Swift is going to save the CD

11/7/2017 - We can’t stop sexual harassment until we restructure corporate boards

11/7/2017 - The diaspora groups in American suburbia backing a breakaway African nation

11/7/2017 - We asked ethereum users how it changed their life. Here’s how they responded

11/7/2017 - Arianna Huffington’s solution for women who don’t know what to wear to work

11/7/2017 - The power of office back-channeling begins with its mere existence

11/7/2017 - We all have a bias that makes it hard to know if we’re successful

11/7/2017 - The Paradise Papers show how Africa’s elite avoid taxes abroad as they do at home

11/7/2017 - For irreligious evangelicals, Christianity is about politics—not God

11/7/2017 - Prepare to watch your favorite TV shows and movies for another 50 years

11/7/2017 - Syria is signing the Paris climate agreement, leaving the US alone against the rest of the world

11/7/2017 - The UK’s happiness levels have hit a high despite Brexit and terrorist attacks

11/7/2017 - Female scientists make medicine better for all genders

11/7/2017 - Naming abusers online may be “mob justice” but it’s still justice

11/7/2017 - How long before we see Santa in July? Consult Quartz’s Christmas Creep Calculator™

11/7/2017 - Why you should be happy when movie theaters introduce surge pricing

11/7/2017 - As cities become more innovative, they also become more unequal

11/7/2017 - “I voted” sticker, New York City

11/7/2017 - Today’s votes in Virginia and New Jersey will determine the political ads Americans see next year

11/7/2017 - Berlusconi doesn’t need his parliament ban to be overturned to control Italian politics

11/7/2017 - Trump is using North Korea to peddle pricey US weapons in Asia and at home

11/7/2017 - Snap’s numbers, Trump in South Korea, iPhone X’s missing “I”

11/7/2017 - A London startup has managed to make banking cool among hipsters

11/7/2017 - CBS wants to reboot its greatest TV series of all time (yet again)

11/7/2017 - China is promoting spying as the perfect hobby for the entire family

11/7/2017 - South Korea can’t resist shading Japan at its dinner for Trump

11/7/2017 - Satya Nadella’s weakness shows he’s human like the rest of us

11/7/2017 - Ex-spies ran black ops on Rose McGowan for Harvey Weinstein

11/7/2017 - A tiny African island nation will run on 100% renewable energy in less than a decade

11/7/2017 - These award-winning images capture India’s complicated relationship with its wildlife

11/7/2017 - The biggest bombshells in Carter Page’s Russia testimony to Congress

11/7/2017 - Africa will take China’s place as the next factory of the world

11/7/2017 - A Google veteran says the next Google will come out of India

11/7/2017 - Trump in South Korea, Apple’s secret tax haven, iPhone X’s missing “I”

11/7/2017 - Trump in South Korea, Apple’s secret tax haven, iPhone X’s missing “I”

11/7/2017 - The Indian superstars of tax haven leaks: Amitabh Bachchan and Vijay Mallya

11/6/2017 - India’s central bank is shutting the door on bitcoin and other crypto-currencies

11/6/2017 - The latest fake town built for self-driving cars has opened in South Korea

11/6/2017 - 2013 is the year American consumerism went crazy

11/6/2017 - Smart car technology is steering new investment opportunities

11/6/2017 - America’s longest-running horror story, monkeypox, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/6/2017 - Trump in South Korea, Broadcom’s big bid, iPhone X bugs

11/6/2017 - Why ‘smart car’ technology is a trend we’re investing in

11/6/2017 - Laughing at Trump in Japan misses the point—and plays right into his hand

11/6/2017 - Disney may have the answer to Marvel’s mutant problem

11/6/2017 - A man reportedly stabbed his girlfriend’s lover after tracking her on Snapchat

11/6/2017 - The “obscene” photo that got a Trump protestor fired

11/6/2017 - Algae

11/6/2017 - Amazon found an ingenious new way to undercut its competitors ahead of the holidays

11/6/2017 - Apple had five burning questions about the best tax haven for its billions

11/6/2017 - Zuckerberg got early business advice from a Russian billionaire with Kremlin ties

11/6/2017 - Abe’s hosting of Trump was a masterclass in “golf diplomacy”

11/6/2017 - Fighting in front of your kids could help them become better thinkers

11/6/2017 - The second-highest executive job in clothing retail is in jeopardy

11/6/2017 - Want a greenhouse that can fight climate change? Make it pink

11/6/2017 - A new database catalogues 1,300 children’s books about people of color

11/6/2017 - Life’s Money Moves

11/6/2017 - Your job as an employer is to make sure every voice is heard

11/6/2017 - The right tools will dictate whether you win at the future of work

11/6/2017 - Dear Jeff Bezos, “The Lord of the Rings” is not “Game of Thrones”

11/6/2017 - Jay-Z has figured out how to make concerts cheap—by selling crazy expensive tickets

11/6/2017 - The country hosting the UN climate conference is failing to meet its own climate goals

11/6/2017 - Starting a wellness program is easier (and more affordable) than you think

11/6/2017 - When each employee counts, wellness is non-negotiable

11/6/2017 - Liberia’s presidential election run-off has been postponed indefinitely

11/6/2017 - A short list of times my iPhone X’s FaceID couldn’t recognize my face this weekend

11/6/2017 - A powerful British lord denied Paradise Papers allegations on Twitter, then deleted the tweet

11/6/2017 - Jacob Zuma’s corruption scandals are getting South Africans to read again

11/6/2017 - The Paradise Papers will cast an uncomfortable spotlight on Trudeau’s tax avoidance plans

11/6/2017 - Companies create bad managers by calling them good managers

11/6/2017 - The company linking Wilbur Ross to Putin cronies has a key role in Trump’s energy plan

11/6/2017 - This 1945 indictment of Hollywood culture of sexual harassment shows actresses have been speaking up for decades

11/6/2017 - A liberal-arts degree—specializing in nothing—is actually great for your career

11/6/2017 - The Republican tax plan saves companies and heirs $4 for every $1 it saves working Americans

11/6/2017 - Some iPhone owners aren’t able to type the letter “I” anymore

11/6/2017 - How to cope with the loneliness of being a manager

11/6/2017 - Marvel takes Hollywood: Nine years, 17 movies, $12 billion and counting

11/6/2017 - The magnitude of America’s opioid epidemic, in six charts

11/6/2017 - This is the only continent where children have both stunted growth and a rising obesity problem

11/6/2017 - The government wants to stop supporting your farmers market

11/6/2017 - The globalization of corn means most people have never eaten a real tortilla

11/6/2017 - In tackling #MeToo, don’t ignore micro-insults that harm women’s careers

11/6/2017 - Activist investors are making corporate boards whiter and more male

11/6/2017 - Eight questions to ask yourself to know if you’re in the right job

11/6/2017 - The uncomfortable secret to creative success is “disequilibrium”

11/6/2017 - We have to rethink what “educated” means in a post-truth world

11/6/2017 - DR Congo’s presidential election will finally take place more than two years behind schedule

11/6/2017 - Why bitcoin is unlike anything else, in a chart

11/6/2017 - SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son says his investment in Uber is “not decided yet”

11/6/2017 - UN Climate Conference, Texas church shooting, invisible rivers

11/6/2017 - What is the Duchy of Lancaster and how is the Queen tied up in the Paradise Papers?

11/6/2017 - Watch a British lord awkwardly avoid questions about the Paradise Papers by hiding in a bathroom

11/6/2017 - Her home was razed, but this Indian woman continues to care for 400 stray dogs

11/6/2017 - Photos: Trump kicks off his Asia trip with a hamburger

11/6/2017 - Nigerian car culture is part identity, longing, and status

11/6/2017 - Someone on Reddit hinted at the Paradise Papers 16 days before they were released

11/6/2017 - Is it really any easier to do business in Nigeria?

11/6/2017 - South Korea has surprisingly little control over its own fate when it comes to North Korea

11/6/2017 - HDFC Bank replaces a bruised ICICI Bank to become India’s largest private bank

11/6/2017 - With new tech and an old-school helpline, a startup is out to fix India’s ambulance services

11/6/2017 - Paradise Papers, Saudi purge, invisible rivers

11/6/2017 - Paradise Papers, Saudi purge, invisible rivers

11/5/2017 - A super elite club of lawyers dominates India’s justice system. How long will it rule?

11/5/2017 - The Paradise Papers leak is about one thing: growing inequality

11/5/2017 - Church shootings are so common that there’s a database for them

11/5/2017 - Paradise Papers, Saudi purge, more church shootings

11/5/2017 - Up to 24 people have been killed in a church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas

11/5/2017 - Here’s a guide to the major revelations in the Paradise Papers

11/5/2017 - What will it take to make men stop making the wrong jokes about rape?

11/5/2017 - 200 universities just launched 600 free online courses. Here’s the full list.

11/5/2017 - All the havoc a marathon wreaks on the human body

11/5/2017 - Screen time before bed is stealing hours of sleep from our children

11/5/2017 - Research shows daily family life is all the “quality time” kids need

11/5/2017 - Advice on how to predict the future, from a professor whose job is to predict the future

11/5/2017 - The black-market street food that’s keeping many North Koreans alive

11/5/2017 - The results of Burning Man’s very detailed annual census

11/5/2017 - How the internet changed the market for sex

11/5/2017 - Fast fashion was inspired by Europe’s inability to mimic Indian garb

11/5/2017 - Nigeria’s army set up a soccer league to stop Boko Haram from radicalizing youth

11/5/2017 - WhatsApp’s retail play, Ghana’s digital addresses, Confucius in Africa

11/5/2017 - Don’t fixate on whether Africa’s economies are rising or not, let’s focus on helping people thrive

11/4/2017 - A man was able to use Face ID to unlock his brother’s new iPhone X

11/4/2017 - Six weeks after the hurricane, most Puerto Ricans have had to make their own light

11/4/2017 - NASA: Invisible “rivers” in our atmosphere cause many droughts and floods here on Earth

11/4/2017 - Belgium has a strong case to reject the European arrest warrant for Catalonia’s leader

11/4/2017 - Daylight Saving Time as Americans know it was instituted by corporate lobbies, not farmers

11/4/2017 - Nigeria is the federal republic of rumor mongering

11/4/2017 - 49% of Republicans and 84% of Dems would like @realDonaldTrump muted

11/4/2017 - Apple revealed which emoji Americans use the most

11/4/2017 - What would Nazi propagandists have made of Facebook?

11/4/2017 - Goodreads data show that women reading self-help books are getting advice from men

11/4/2017 - Children are learning to code with new toys they can touch and feel

11/4/2017 - The wildly different, sometimes weird ways cities bid on Amazon’s second headquarters

11/4/2017 - A nearly complete list of the 238 places that bid for Amazon’s next headquarters

11/4/2017 - The lines for the iPhone X show that best might be yet to come for Apple

11/4/2017 - An amateur sleuth dug up at least one dead critic of net neutrality on the FCC website

11/4/2017 - Weekend edition—Russian propaganda, Chinese Confucius centers, deadly American air

11/4/2017 - What it will take to keep Trump tweeting from behind China’s great firewall

11/4/2017 - The titans of AI are getting their work double-checked by students

11/4/2017 - Wole Soyinka is worried about the threat of fake news but thinks technology will still help us

11/4/2017 - Weekend edition—Russian propaganda, Chinese Confucius centers, deadly American air

11/4/2017 - Weekend edition—Russian propaganda, Chinese Confucius centers, deadly American air

11/3/2017 - Weekend edition—Russian propaganda, Chinese Confucius centers, deadly American air

11/3/2017 - Terrifying twitter concerns, car fatalities, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/3/2017 - The White House’s new climate-change report directly conflicts Trump’s stance

11/3/2017 - Face ID

11/3/2017 - Apple released a video on how to use the iPhone X because it’s quite confusing

11/3/2017 - Liberia’s run-off election has been delayed by an electoral fraud case

11/3/2017 - The US Army deserter Trump wanted executed will serve no jail time

11/3/2017 - Astronauts who take long trips to space return with brains that have floated to the top of their skulls

11/3/2017 - Republican’s tax reform bill is dimming the dream of electric cars for everyone

11/3/2017 - In Trump’s labor market, plenty of jobs, not enough wage growth

11/3/2017 - The Republican tax bill would save Donald Trump and his family millions of dollars

11/3/2017 - Tattletales in a Japanese office complained about coworkers’ smoke breaks and won more vacation time

11/3/2017 - Europe’s new super-charging network could encourage more people to buy e-cars

11/3/2017 - Clothes made from a data-storing fabric will remember pass codes for you

11/3/2017 - Originally a dud, one of Nike’s bestselling shoes only exists thanks to a disobedient employee

11/3/2017 - The UN is using ethereum’s technology to fund food for thousands of refugees

11/3/2017 - Is it time for Facebook, Twitter, and Google to become more American?

11/3/2017 - In a rare move, “Thor: Ragnarok” was made way longer (and funnier)

11/3/2017 - Advice from a real “Woman of NASA,” for kids who dream of working in science

11/3/2017 - Quartzy: the long game edition

11/3/2017 - Quartzy: the long game edition

11/3/2017 - A trader bought just enough shares in the Guptas’ company to give them the middle finger (literally)

11/3/2017 - Record Hong Kong home price, Nintendo’s bull run, the downfall of PetroChina

11/3/2017 - A cottage that’s heated for free with bitcoin mining

11/3/2017 - It wasn’t just the pope—scientists were out to get Galileo, too

11/3/2017 - Climate change is the slowly boiling frog in the pot of the Earth

11/3/2017 - A bit of planning can help you avoid distractions and do your best creative work

11/3/2017 - Will Silicon Valley’s gender-bias cases look different in a post-Weinstein world?

11/3/2017 - The movies that perfectly capture the world’s most cinematic cities

11/3/2017 - The clean energy revolution tipping point is inevitable—but the sooner, the better

11/3/2017 - A biologist believes that trees speak a language we can learn

11/3/2017 - Behind the toys that every child will want this Christmas

11/3/2017 - The comedian who hacked the German far right by seizing power from its Facebook bots

11/3/2017 - A Twitter employee celebrated their last day by deleting Donald Trump’s account

11/3/2017 - A stray dog became the world’s first cosmonaut 60 years ago today

11/3/2017 - Even in European countries with the dirtiest electricity, electric cars are cleaner than diesel

11/3/2017 - Scientists faked a procedure on patients to find that stents don’t actually make them feel better

11/3/2017 - Japan’s all-female police force guarding Melania and Ivanka Trump is not really for security purposes

11/3/2017 - US jobs day, iPhone X launch, kleptopredation

11/3/2017 - Sellers are protesting against Amazon India’s returns policy by pulling back ads

11/3/2017 - Numbers don’t lie: India is becoming a worse place for women

11/3/2017 - Confucius Institutes across Africa are nurturing generations of pro-China Mandarin speakers

11/3/2017 - India’s startup ecosystem is finally going beyond just e-commerce and cabs

11/3/2017 - These are the barriers to African countries using research for better policy decisions

11/3/2017 - Zimbabwe’s financial system increasingly resembles a house of cards

11/3/2017 - Dina Wadia: Jinnah’s daughter, and a symbol of India and Pakistan’s tumultuous history

11/3/2017 - iPhone X launch, @realDonaldTrump silenced, kleptopredation

11/3/2017 - iPhone X launch, @realDonaldTrump silenced, kleptopredation

11/3/2017 - Apple is finally growing again in China

11/3/2017 - Paytm and WhatsApp are stepping on each other’s toes in India

11/3/2017 - North Korea is getting busy at its missile facilities as Trump heads to Asia

11/2/2017 - DNAInfo’s and Gothamist’s archives still exist and are likely to be resurrected

11/2/2017 - Five things to watch on Trump’s trip to Japan

11/2/2017 - Apple’s iPhone business has more revenue than Amazon

11/2/2017 - Apple is obnoxiously successful

11/2/2017 - Trump in Asia, Alibaba’s profits, kleptopredation

11/2/2017 - College applications, House tax bill, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/2/2017 - Three quick questions on Jerome Powell as the next Fed chair

11/2/2017 - Why do sharks bite people?

11/2/2017 - Girls’ education is the best investment we can make to grow the world’s economies

11/2/2017 - Mezcal

11/2/2017 - The next Fed chair is not an economist. Does it matter?

11/2/2017 - The remarkable achievements of Janet Yellen, the Fed chair Trump is getting rid of

11/2/2017 - BlackRock is worried technology firms are about to know “every single thing you do”

11/2/2017 - The hype by big business about a fast-growing African middle class has been misleading

11/2/2017 - Papa John’s is being hurt by a leadership failure, but it’s not the NFL’s fumble

11/2/2017 - US Republicans finally unveiled their tax bill. What’s in it?

11/2/2017 - How to get yourself ready to upgrade to the iPhone X

11/2/2017 - The right tools will dictate whether you win at the future of work

11/2/2017 - America’s community colleges are a lot more valuable than it thought

11/2/2017 - Here’s how AI and data are changing the way we manufacture

11/2/2017 - The smart factory: responsive, adaptive, connected manufacturing

11/2/2017 - What we know about the mysterious chamber discovered inside the Great Pyramid

11/2/2017 - The FDA wants to stop soy products from being marketed as heart healthy

11/2/2017 - Reports of protester deaths after security clashes show tensions brewing in isolated Eritrea

11/2/2017 - Your job as an employer is to make sure every voice is heard

11/2/2017 - Teen Vogue, 2016’s breakout political publication, will cease printing

11/2/2017 - Kleptopredation is a new scientific term for super-sizing a meal at sea

11/2/2017 - A lawmaker with no military experience replaces Michael Fallon as UK defense secretary

11/2/2017 - The best reactions to the incredible Beyoncé-led cast for “The Lion King”

11/2/2017 - The Bank of England raised interest rates for the first time in a decade, and it’s not happy about it

11/2/2017 - The Houston Astros proved the power of long-term thinking

11/2/2017 - Alibaba’s latest earnings suggest it can handle the pricey push into groceries and supermarkets

11/2/2017 - German attitudes about disability disclosure in the workplace are shaped by a Nazi past

11/2/2017 - A cheat sheet to Trump’s lengthy Asia visit

11/2/2017 - Why we can no longer separate work from life (and shouldn’t)

11/2/2017 - Where US concert tickets are cheapest and most expensive—for the same musician

11/2/2017 - The future of American jobs is taking care of the elderly

11/2/2017 - The very specific demands behind the Take Back the Workplace march

11/2/2017 - How big can this bubble get? Bitcoin has smashed through $7,000 for the first time

11/2/2017 - Coal miners are so confident Trump will bring coal back that they’re rejecting alternate career retraining

11/2/2017 - The scientist who traveled the world in a shipping container to study cold storage

11/2/2017 - Millennials actually still watch more stuff on TV than anywhere else

11/2/2017 - People of color: Nature belongs to us, too

11/2/2017 - Didi Chuxing plans to build electric-vehicle charging stations across China

11/2/2017 - Xi Jinping is not the “president” of China

11/2/2017 - Bogus breast cancer tests are putting women’s lives in danger

11/2/2017 - The four charts you need to understand Trump’s attacks on the Chinese economy

11/2/2017 - Apple is about to show that it doesn’t need a new iPhone to bring in a boatload of cash

11/2/2017 - NASA has found another 20 promising planets for humans to colonize

11/2/2017 - A “Silicon Valley” actor is terrified by what’s happening in Silicon Valley

11/2/2017 - In East Africa, Uber and its rivals are fighting over drivers rather than passengers

11/2/2017 - Next Fed head, Houston Astros victory, sleep-pray Pope

11/2/2017 - McKinsey research shows why McKinsey’s next leader should be a woman

11/2/2017 - There’s a glaring mistake in the way AI looks at the world

11/2/2017 - The $140 productivity app that’s managed my life for the past decade

11/2/2017 - Brexit is making Germany even more juicy for real estate investors

11/2/2017 - Elon Musk says Tesla could start making cars in China in three years

11/2/2017 - The Indian government is finally taking drones seriously

11/2/2017 - India’s rising temperatures are worsening its dengue crisis

11/2/2017 - The success of “Womenomics” in Japan masks its growing gender gap

11/2/2017 - How Xiaomi is winning over India’s booming smartphone market

11/2/2017 - Chinese mines in Africa provide better roads but not more jobs for locals

11/2/2017 - UK rate hike, gender gap widens, sleepy Pope

11/2/2017 - UK rate hike, gender gap widens, sleepy Pope

11/2/2017 - A billion-dollar Tata company wants to take over the humble Indian tea shop

11/2/2017 - The Houston Astros just won the World Series, and Sports Illustrated called it back in 2014

11/2/2017 - India’s homegrown internet startups are ganging up against foreign rivals

11/1/2017 - AI is destroying jobs, but it’s also making it safer to work

11/1/2017 - It’s going to take 217 years to close the global economic gender gap

11/1/2017 - Britain’s improving gender gap has nothing to do with wages or promotions

11/1/2017 - US Fed chair, Facebook earnings, monster planet

11/1/2017 - Russia or no Russia, Facebook’s earnings just blasted expectations once again

11/1/2017 - Elon Musk’s Model 3 timeline is delayed as Tesla posts its largest quarterly loss

11/1/2017 - Americans! Were you the target of Russian propaganda? Check here

11/1/2017 - Five ads that Russia pushed on Facebook, and how they were targeted to you

11/1/2017 - Online Kremlin propaganda, stolen guns, and eight other stories you might have missed

11/1/2017 - Razer is betting that everyone wants what hardcore gamers want out of a smartphone

11/1/2017 - The list of high-powered men accused of harassment—and losing jobs over it—is growing

11/1/2017 - Mattresses

11/1/2017 - Facebook blocked dissident Guo Wengui after the Chinese government complained

11/1/2017 - Donald Trump’s choice to lead America back to the moon has a new take on climate change

11/1/2017 - American women are more stressed out than men about the rise of hate and war

11/1/2017 - The “diversity law” was initially passed to bring more western Europeans to the US

11/1/2017 - Scientists are scratching their heads after finding a massive planet orbiting a small star

11/1/2017 - Everything we know about the NYC terror suspect

11/1/2017 - WhatsApp is becoming the customer service tool of choice for Nigerian e-commerce

11/1/2017 - Op-Ed: ACA open enrollment budget cuts hurt freelancers

11/1/2017 - Low morale is contagious—but active listening can cure the sickness

11/1/2017 - Amazon’s assault on the mall has killed a US book chain

11/1/2017 - Everything freelancers need to know about how health insurance is changing this year

11/1/2017 - Why Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not testifying before Congress

11/1/2017 - The New York terror attack is part of a trend that’s getting more difficult to combat

11/1/2017 - Obama’s four rules for persuading people and effecting real change

11/1/2017 - Ghana is rolling out a digital address system to help formalize more of its economy

11/1/2017 - The hiring bias toward attractive people is way more complicated than we thought

11/1/2017 - New Zealand is banning foreigners from buying houses

11/1/2017 - To be a better leader, Ben Horowitz thinks like Chance The Rapper

11/1/2017 - Ken Griffin’s $125 million gift to the University of Chicago is a big bet on the future of economics

11/1/2017 - Bitcoin is too big to ignore, so exchanges are coming up with new ways to trade it

11/1/2017 - Why Medium chose to reward the internet with 👏

11/1/2017 - Audible’s new feature lets you skip right to the most erotic part of romance novels

11/1/2017 - The best movies hiding on Netflix, according to Rotten Tomatoes

11/1/2017 - It’s taken 50 years, but Nigeria is finally compensating victims of the brutal Biafra war

11/1/2017 - In the UK, every prosecution over a death in police custody in the past 15 years ended with acquittal

11/1/2017 - Anita Hill says fixing the pay gap in Silicon Valley won’t solve gender inequality

11/1/2017 - White protestors have been waving South Africa’s old apartheid flag again

11/1/2017 - Think twice before you use emoticons. People from other countries might not understand you : – (

11/1/2017 - 3D printing has gone metal

11/1/2017 - The story of 26 sudden deaths in 1948 is a bleak reminder of why America needs clean air laws

11/1/2017 - I spent a week with 8,000 worshippers of the fake, fantastical cult of zumba

11/1/2017 - Amazon is invading finance without really trying

11/1/2017 - What does the Fed chair do, anyway?

11/1/2017 - A new wave of environmentally friendly pesticides will come from spider venom

11/1/2017 - The ACLU says the FBI is accusing Chinese-American scientists of espionage because of their race

11/1/2017 - China’s biggest state-owned investment group reportedly had links to an illicit North Korean ship

11/1/2017 - Tesla’s results, Trump demands heightened vetting, fried chicken drones

11/1/2017 - As China readies a “world-class military,” a vulnerable India must watch keenly

11/1/2017 - The world’s best airport has a new nature-inspired terminal

11/1/2017 - The mysterious work of the Maltese professor identified in the FBI’s Russia probe

11/1/2017 - How did Parachute become one of India’s favourite hair oil brands? Ask the rats

11/1/2017 - Is the worst over for India’s $49 billion consumer goods sector?

11/1/2017 - Putin in Iran, New York terror attack, city mouse genetics

11/1/2017 - Putin in Iran, New York terror attack, city mouse genetics

11/1/2017 - At some Indian firms, job seekers must impress bots first—not the boss

11/1/2017 - India has finally become a better place to do business

11/1/2017 - A Japanese convenience store used drones to deliver fried chicken to Fukushima