At the Hay festival late last month, I gave a talk about my new book, Happy Ever After, which discusses happiness data surrounding relationships. My conclusion – that single women might be healthier and
Choose any beach vacation town, and you can expect to find a few things — water, sand, probably ice cream, possibly a Ferris wheel. But it takes a little more to make a spot the kind of place that people
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Any defense of the extravagant compensation for corporate executives inevitably boils down to two points: first, it’s fair because it’s tied directly to increased profits and, second, because it provides
Reprogramming microbes so they eat toxins and CO2? It's not science fiction. It's happening right now. In an office park on a leafy side street in Mountain View, California, a few miles from the headquarters
Chile’s Millahue Valley is located about two hours’ drive south of the capital city of Santiago. It’s a winemaker’s paradise whose name translates to “place of gold” from the native Mapundungun language.
Futurecraft Loop is an experiment in the circular economy. For Adidas, it could be the beginning of a major shift in how it does business. When it catches the light, the all-white shoe shimmers like a