Ian Bradfield

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Here's how much it costs to get a haircut around the world

But if you're searching for a good deal on your next trim, we recommend that you avoid getting your hair cut in Geneva or Zurich.<p>UBS analysts collected data on the prices of various services — such as haircuts — across major cities in the world and found that there's a strong correlation between …

STOCKS GET CRUSHED: Here's what you need to know

For now.<p>Stocks got slammed again on Friday as the market continues its terrible start to 2016 that is, on a first-10-trading-days basis, the worst start ever.<p>Yes, ever.<p>Crude oil also continues diving to new lows with Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, falling below $29 at one point on …

Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

The secret of extending life by decades may lie in switching off certain genes, scientists believe, after showing that small genetic tweaks can make organisms live 60 per cent longer.<p>Ten years of research by the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing and the University of Washington has identified …

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Mass Incarceration's Impact on Black and Latino Women and Children

Nationwide, the prison industrial complex is a phrase used to describe the rapid expansion of the U.S. prison population, and the intersecting interests of government and private industry that use surveillance techniques, overzealous policing practices, and imprisonment as solutions to budgetary, …

An interview with Alex Gibney, director of Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

When Alex Gibney premiered <i>Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine</i> at SXSW, a group of Apple employees in the audience walked out. That's okay with him — the director behind 2005's Enron exposé <i>The Smartest Guys in the Room</i> and Scientology documentary <i>Going Clear</i> isn't known for shying away from complex …

How to Think About the Future of Cars

The average American in prime working age drives more than 15 thousand miles a year. For these commuters, the thought of not owning a car is ludicrous. With hours each day spent in transit, it’s no surprise they often obsess over what type of car to own and what routes to work to take.<p>But despite …