If you stop at nothing, even a crazy dream is possible. In Italian with English Subtitles #JustDoIt
Qantas just completed a record-breaking 19+ hour nonstop flight. One of three research flights to determine if routes can be made commercial and researchers hope teach us how to avoid dreaded jet lag.
From Data is Beautiful - Timeline of the most visited websites on the Internet from 1996 to 2019. Worldwide statistics based on websites traffic measured by monthly visits.
Singapore's Changi Airport just opened 'Jewel,' a $1.3 billion mall boasting the world's tallest indoor waterfall, an IMAX movie theatre, and a hotel. - From Business Insider
Which would be your favorite to drive? Which road would you avoid? - From Interesting Facts
A vertical car accident, couple of interesting toilet paper stories, and a very talented inspirational Chinese artist. From the South China Morning Post
After conducting tests aboard various flights, WSJ’s Scott McCartney has some tips on how you can make your next journey a peaceful one. From Wall Street Journal
Predicting America’s next recession just got a little harder. But the indicators are starting to flash red.
Theodore Levitt's classic theory says that an industry is a customer-satisfying process, not a goods-producing process
Executives from American Express, IBM, Overstock.com, and Goldman Sachs chime in.
McKinsey, discusses the ways disruption will play out in Asia, from supply chains to the way jobs will change in an era of digital disruption, and technology as a driver to narrow inequality.
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”
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