Can you guess who is in the top 10? Here is the final countdown.
Countries and companies are planning dozens of lunar missions—for research, for resources and even for tourism, which begs the question: who, if anyone, owns the Moon?
Lord Richard Layard, the preeminent happiness researcher, shares some surprising results on connecting well-being, mental health, and how employers can play a role in improving our lives at work.
Gifted children around the world are going under the radar—their talents not recognised or nurtured. More should be done to spot these “lost Einsteins”
Rolex watches are some of the most sought-after timepieces in the world. A vintage Rolex Daytona worn by Paul Newman was sold at auction for $17.8 million.
From Drone Snap, Italy, Croatia, Germany, France, Australia, Vietnam, Japan, and USA.
Celebrating the FIFA's Women's World Cup Final, from Nike, Dream Further. Don’t change your dream. Change the world. #justdoit
Putting yourself in the shoes of the case protagonist and working to determine what should be done is like a good detective story. Here's the very first Harvard Business School case study.
Good list from Neil Patel on Social Media trends and how to optimize you online value.
In Japan people can expect to live beyond 84 years on average—yet in Lesotho life expectancy is just 53 years. The age at which people die still depends a lot on where they live.
What will this new, “post-digital” world look like? It will be characterized by companies looking for the next competitive edge. Meet needs of consumers at speed of now. -- Accenture
One way to encourage people to value time over money is to assign a dollar value to it. New research is doing just that. - Harvard Business Review
From December 2012 to March 2019, EarthCam’s gigapixel cameras documented NY Hudson Yards, largest private real estate development in history of the United States. And includes a Futurist Retail Mall
Sleep is central to maintaining your physical and mental health, but many people don't sleep enough. We all do it, but what happens to us when we sleep? - Economist
By 2020, the five highest hotels in the world will all be located in East Asia
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