October 10, 2015
Original, must reads to get you ahead of the curve today.
Could Joe Biden Still Jump Into the Presidential Race?
U.S. Retrenches as Russian Guns Blaze in Syria
Christine Lagarde Diversifies the IMF
Italy May Become Europe’s Newest Pot Spot
Jane Goodall Knows Chimps — and People
Zappos Thinks It Can Manage Without Bosses
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We spent a night at a squat in the Czech Republic. Forget the anarcho-punk stereotype — these agitators just might be onto something.
France’s electorate has a weirdly counterintuitive relationship with racism.
Hug your nearest map-maker. Cartography may not have a chance, given the changing nature of the nation-state.
For poor nations, standing up for world peace can be a profitable business.
The Donald’s campaign, like his business empire, employs some surprisingly shrewd tactics.
A former accountant plans on giving the world’s most dominant athlete the “beating of her life.”
Pay this Brazilian to “watch” your car — or else …
Nerds around the world are coming up with plans for using “data furnaces” to heat dwellings, fish farms and even kindergartens.
He feeds polluted water to worms. The worms eat crap. Clean water for irrigation comes out.
Older employees still have a few tricks up their sleeves that their employers might appreciate.
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