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Watch: Our conference call about the new philanthropy

Watch: Our conference call about the new philanthropy

Quartz reporter Natasha Frost and deputy finance and economics editor Oliver Staley take your questions on the state of philanthropy.
UPS is launching a drone delivery service in the US

UPS is launching a drone delivery service in the US

The company just needs final FAA approval to send packages by drone.
How to watch Robert Mueller’s congressional testimony

How to watch Robert Mueller’s congressional testimony

The former special counsel is slated to discuss his report on Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential elections and efforts to thwart that investigation in live hearings on July 24.
Pinterest is introducing “compassionate search” for stressed-out users

Pinterest is introducing “compassionate search” for stressed-out users

Researchers helped develop Pinterest's new solutions, which are likely to be more helpful than the dozens of nicely-produced images giving you "10 ways to cope with anxiety" by unknown authors.
Justin Sun postpones his lunch with Warren Buffett after falling under investigation in China

Justin Sun postpones his lunch with Warren Buffett after falling under investigation in China

Aggressive self-promotion may have caught up with the crypto entrepreneur.
The IRS decided that 23andMe tests aren’t just for fun—they’re medical care

The IRS decided that 23andMe tests aren’t just for fun—they’re medical care

Customers can now use their flexible or health savings accounts to partly pay for 23andMe—which means they're partly health care.
Benin’s new museum for artifacts looted by France is being built using a French loan

Benin’s new museum for artifacts looted by France is being built using a French loan

The French Development Agency will lend 20 million euros to Benin to help fund the building of a new museum in the southern city of Abomey
The shortage of single, urban men is finally coming to an end

The shortage of single, urban men is finally coming to an end

More work in the city for men is rebalancing the genders.
How an idyllic African island became a tax haven for some of the world’s biggest corporations

How an idyllic African island became a tax haven for some of the world’s biggest corporations

Mauritius's shift towards becoming an offshore financial hub began in 1989.
Facebook’s Messenger Kids could have let unauthorized adults into children’s chats

Facebook’s Messenger Kids could have let unauthorized adults into children’s chats

The central promise of the app was to let parents control who their children could chat with. It turns out, they could not.
Why striving for happiness makes people miserable

Why striving for happiness makes people miserable

A huge wellness industry, estimated to be worth $11 billion a year, has helped to create the fantasy that happiness is a realistic goal.
Fintechs are competing to offer the highest interest rates for savings accounts

Fintechs are competing to offer the highest interest rates for savings accounts

Fintechs like Betterment see industry-leading savings accounts as a way to increase in scale.
How to stroke a cat, according to science

How to stroke a cat, according to science

Many of us will have experienced that super friendly cat who seems to love being stroked one minute, only to bite or swipe at us the next.
The most hated figure of the Tiananmen crackdown has died

The most hated figure of the Tiananmen crackdown has died

Li Peng, the premier of China from 1987 to 1998 who was also known as "the Butcher of Beijing," has died.
We need to retrain workers—not rescrew them

We need to retrain workers—not rescrew them

To automation-proof today’s workforces, we need to teach them the tools that will protect them, not just apply a band-aid solution for the first cut.
China embraces its surveillance state. The US pretends it doesn’t have one

China embraces its surveillance state. The US pretends it doesn’t have one

At least China is honest about its surveillance dystopia. In Trump’s America, we pretend Palantir isn’t worse.
Boris Johnson is the next UK prime minister

Boris Johnson is the next UK prime minister

Some 92,000 Conservative party members—66% of participating voters—picked the journalist, former foreign secretary, and former London mayor as their next leader.
The treatment of children at the US border is more than a political crisis

The treatment of children at the US border is more than a political crisis

"Regardless of what one thinks about immigration, there’s one price no child should have to pay: a shortened life."