Bronagh Mulholland

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Why too much choice is stressing us out

From jeans to dating partners and TV subscriptions to schools, we think the more choices we have the better. But too many options create anxiety and leave us less satisfied. Could one answer lie in a return to the state monopolies of old?<p>Once upon a time in Springfield, the Simpson family visited a …

Peter Thiel

30 places in Europe you must see in your lifetime

Mountaineering

Daag: the ultimate curry base

<b>SERVES</b><p>Enough for a daag curry for four<p><b>TOTAL TIME</b><p>1 hour 15 minutes<p><b>INGREDIENTS</b><p>5 cloves garlic<br>• 5cm/2in fresh ginger root, peeled<br>• 4 tbsp oil<br>• 500g/ 1lb 2oz onions - thinly sliced into crescents or finely chopped<br>• 1/2 tsp (or more) mild Kashmiri chilli powder, or paprika to taste<br>• Pinch of turmeric<br>• 3 tomatoes, …

5 Ways to Keep Employees Inspired and in Love With Their Jobs

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We all have them. That one employee who casually strolls into the office at 8:51 a.m. instead of 8:30 a.m. The one who takes an extraordinary amount of breaks, drags their feet on assignments, and is highly susceptible to the flu.<p>The one …

Employee Engagement

Why people leave their bodies to medical research – and what happens

Helping find answers to hereditary diseases, training surgeons or wanting to leave an educational legacy are the reasons. But what sort of people donate bodies to science?<p>The first thing you notice as you walk into the operating theatre is the smell. There isn’t one. There’s no whiff of chemical …

Data Protection

New Zealand’s Maori ‘did not cede sovereignty to Britain’

Maori leaders, who signed a treaty in 1840, agreed to share power and authority with Britain, not give up sovereignty to the Crown, according to controversial tribunal findings<p>Maori chiefs did not cede sovereignty to Britain when they signed a 19th-century treaty, an official tribunal in New …