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Why Housing is About to Eat the US Economy

One of the most influential business op-eds of the decade was Marc Andreessen’s August 20th, 2011 piece in the Wall […]

Researchers Turn CO2 Into Stone in Climate Change Breakthrough

Researchers in Iceland found a new way of tackling climate change by pumping carbon dioxide underground and turning it into […]

10 Ways to Survive an Upcoming Catastrophe

By StockerBlog, Check out the mail that I’ve received in just the last few days. This is just a small […]

Skills for a changing world

by Rebecca Winthrop and Eileen McGivney  Explore the full paper » Preparing children for the future How can we best prepare […]

Mongolia Displays New Buy Signals for Foreign Investors

By: Dylan_Waller Mongolia, which can be considered one of Asia’s most vulnerable frontier markets, has been through a flurry of […]

Scientists finally know what stopped Mongol hordes from conquering Europe

In 1206, Genghis Khan, a fierce tribal chieftain from northern Mongolia, began to take over the world. The khan’s ruthless […]

Distribution vs. Innovation

The battle between every startup and incumbent comes down to whether the startup gets distribution before the incumbent gets innovation. […]

The States With the Strongest and Weakest Unions

By Michael B. Sauter and Samuel Stebbins The U.S. Supreme Court issued in March a split vote on a decision […]

Thoughts from the Frontline – Generational Chaos Ahead

By John Mauldin, Mauldin Economics, “This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt “Each generation […]

The Big Mac index 2016

By D.H. & R.L.W., The Economist, THE Big Mac index was invented by The Economist in 1986 as a lighthearted […]

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