United Nations has set the goal for 2030 - eradicating poverty. But is it realistic? Ecuador says yes.
Few people know who builds them, but there's labour behind them, with implications for search neutrality.
What are corporations in business for?
The uneven distribution of benefits is undermining globalisation.
With an all-time high number of users, Twitter reports growth in people but a decline in its bank balance, owing to the lack of a credible way to monetize its existing investor base.
The “profound apology”, issued by Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, in light of recent allegations, shows just how important it is for entrepreneurs to be develop holistically to evolve into efficient leaders.
The time has come for France to finally accept and acknwoeledge its violent history, although both Le Penn and Macron remain hesitant in doing so.
With social media users becoming increasingly polarised, will we finally manage a way to escape our echo-chambers and become informed consumers?
A shaken economy with a high rate of employment hasn't dampened the spirits of the Italians as Italy emerges as the world's healthiest nation.
Nigerians have been notorious for money laundering scams and fraudulent schemes. But this time, the digital medium is being used for something good.
Technology may be the reason for erosion of job opportunities due to automation coming into existence, but it is also creating newer opportunities on its way.
Scientists have just discovered massive amounts of a rare metal called tellurium, a key element in cutting-edge solar technology.
The stagnant fortunes of young people comes amid broad overall gains for the American since 1975.
Is the lack of job opportunities or other, more pressing issues like the lack of skilled-workers and geographical constraints the real force behind growing unemployment?
The rift between India and Pakistan are taking a toll on its music and performance arts. Historically, however, the musical traditions of the two countries have been interwoven until the Partition.
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