Daphne Aquije

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Why Britain needs the immigrants it doesn't want

Britain has a problem: It wants fewer immigrants, but its economy desperately needs more.<p>The British government is seeking to slash the number of immigrants from the European Union following its departure from the bloc in March 2019.<p>It's planning tougher controls despite warnings that more EU …

United Kingdom

The 10 things in advertising you need to know today

<b>1. People are already selling drugs, animals, and adult services on Facebook's new Craigslist competitor.</b> People are using Marketplace to brazenly sell things that violate Facebook's policies.<p><b>2. Salesforce just bought another company for $700 million after spending $4 billion over the past year.</b> It …

The LAX Parking Lot Where Airline Employees Live, and How Brexit is Changing Travel

Boston Logan airport is renovating terminal B. They’ll consolidate American and US Airways at contiguous gates, create a single security checkpoint …

Buzzy fashion blog Man Repeller just moved into a new office in New York City — and it's just as stylish as you'd imagine

Man Repeller has reeled in a devoted audience: 2.2 million followers across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and an average 53% fan growth year to year. Meanwhile, a series of high-profile brand collaborations have boosted the site's bottom line; they've worked with the likes of Sunglass Hut, …

A physics genius reveals the smartest way to inspire a child's love of math and science

Theoretical physicist and one of the world's leading string field theorists, Brian Greene came by to discuss how to get kids fired up over science.<p>Greene is the co-founder of the World Science Festival, which has a new initiative called "City of Science" which is a 5-event series. The third event …

One of the key forces behind the bubbles that led to the financial crisis is back

From subprime mortgages to lax regulation over the financial industry, there are many places to lay blame for the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression.<p>One of the biggest spots was the global imbalance of current accounts, according to HSBC Chief Economist Janet Henry.<p>The imbalance …

Five lessons for a gap year in Mexico

Clever young people will, right now, be contemplating gap years. This is a fine idea. Anything which distances the day when you’ve got to get serious about enzymes, tort or Wittgenstein is a good thing.<p>About a century ago, I had a gap year myself, though back then the technical term was “going …

Top 10: the best Manchester city-centre hotels

An insider's guide to the top hotels in Manchester city centre, in locations near to Canal Street, King Street, the Northern Quarter, Picadilly train station and Exchange Square, featuring hotels with rooftop pools, trendy bars, spas and comfy bedrooms.<p>King Street Townhouse<p>Manchester, England<p>8 …

10 Little-Known (But Fascinating) STEM Fields to Explore

Interested in a career involving science, technology, engineering, or math? The world is your oyster (or your robot, as it were). STEM disciplines …

Computer Science

20 One-week Vacations to Take Between Jobs

The best way to get ready for a new job? Take a vacation!<p>Getting a new full-time gig is thrilling, and the very best way to start a new position is …

APP STORE 2.0

The App Store changed the way we buy software. Can Apple do it again?<p>Apple’s annual conference for developers, which kicks off next Monday, is normally when the company previews its newest software for iOS and Mac OS X. But this year’s WWDC isn’t just about new operating systems: starting next week …

Athlete Nutrition: Focus on These 5 Things

Want to improve your eating habits but not sure how? Here is a snapshot of the most important components of nutrition for athletes.<p>1. Morning and …

This Russian App Lets You Take Photos of Strangers And Identify Them Online

Enjoy your anonymity while it lasts.<p>It sounds like the premise of a dystopian sci-fi movie, but people in Russia are going nuts for an app that lets …

Best Romantic Summer Getaways

Dubrovnik gets lots of love, but we’re smitten with the lesser-known city of Rovinj to the north. The terracotta rooftops, church steeples, and …

Puerto Rico won't make $370 million in debt payments Monday

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla announced that Puerto Rico's government will not make nearly $370 million in bond payments …

Caribbean

Scientists Stored These Images in DNA—Then Flawlessly Retrieved Them

Who needs memory cards when you have DNA? A team of scientists has been able to store images within the life-defining molecules then retrieve them …

Google's Alphabet Has a CEO Problem

What we can learn from three recent tales out of Alphabet's top ranks.<p>The Alphabet companies not named Google make up just 6 percent of the entire tech conglomeration’s workforce, but they account for a growing share of its headaches. Those frustrations are less about the technical hurdles of these …

10 most important things in advertising

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Yahoo<p>Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising today.<p><b>1. Yahoo wants bidders to submit offers to buy the company in the next two weeks.</b> The deadline for anyone interested in making an offer to buy Yahoo's core business is set for April</b> …

Advertising

Brian Sandoval withdraws name from being considered for supreme court seat

The Nevada governor said Thursday he was ‘incredibly grateful’ to be on shortlist to succeed Antonin Scalia, but did not want to be considered for nomination<p>Brian Sandoval, the Republican governor of Nevada, has ruled himself out of contention for the politically charged vacancy on the US supreme …

Government

Why a 6,000 percent price hike on gas won’t matter for Venezuelans

LIMA, Peru — WITH VENEZUELA ACCELERATING INTO AN ECONOMIC NOSEDIVE, President Nicolas Maduro has just unveiled a package of drastic measures — or at …

Ex-Students With 'Income-Based' Loan Payments Face Crushing Tax Bill

Michael Hulshof left the University of La Verne in 2012 with his law degree and $145,000 in student debt. Today, that figure is about $220,000 and, by the time he’s 55, he figures it will be around $400,000. That’s when his real problems could begin.<p>Hulshof, a 33-year-old attorney in Antioch, …

Personal Finance

New York City’s Best Restaurants for Power Lunches

The iconic restaurant that has defined the term power lunch since 1959 is the one and only Four Seasons. Designed by legendary architect Philip …

The Joy of Psyching Myself Out­

IS it possible to think scientifically and creatively at once? Can you be both a psychologist and a writer?<p>When you look at the world as a psychologist, you see it as a set of phenomena that can be subjected to scientific inquiry: identified, tested and either verified or discarded. When you look …

Psychology

4 Fast and Fresh Recipes to Make This January

These 4 quick and easy recipes just made your resolution to cook more meals at home super doable.<p>No aspirational resolutions here: These spiced lamb chops, walnut-topped gratins, and herbed chickpeas are as irresistible as they are doable.<p>Perfect Peas<p>Crispy, salty, creamy, and full of protein …

Cooking

How to Recover From New Year's Eve with the Ultimate Hash Browns

We're partnering with our Time Inc. sister brands Cooking Light, Health, My Recipes, Real Simple, Southern Living and Sunset to bring you 60 days of …

10 Easy Ways to Get Your Body, Skin and Health on Track Post-NYE

After the party, it's the yoga lobby.<p>The past month of late-night parties, cocktails and cookies has come to a close and now it's time to hit the reset button. No need to spend hours at the gym or start an intense diet, though—just follow these easy tips from top health experts.<p><b>1) Make taking off</b> …

Cord cutters face a sea of streaming options

Like millions of other consumers, Evan Hartstein was fed up with pay TV.<p>The 40-year-old father of two was paying nearly $250 a month for a bundle of phone, high-speed Internet and hundreds of cable channels that he and his family barely watched.<p>So Hartstein and his wife recently ditched their …

Why Every Marketer Should Be Looking At India In 2016

As 2015 winds to a close, people are looking ahead to new business opportunities that will be available in 2016. As 2016 begins, business globalization will be spreading more rapidly than ever before. With advancing methods of communication, transportation, and data sharing, businesses are …