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India Is Doing Space Travel, on a Budget -Bloomberg Quicktake


India is one of only a handful of nations that have sent probes to the moon and Mars. But the most impressive part of its space program is its cost-effectiveness

How Companies Are Overhauling Supply Chains to Ease Bottlenecks | WSJ


The Covid pandemic has strained global supply chains, causing freight backlogs that have driven up costs. Now, some companies are looking for longer-term solutions.

Most Expensive Construction Mistakes In The World -Tech Vision


Today we’re donning our hard-hats and exploring the most expensive construction mistakes in the world

China’s Zero-Covid Strategy Tested Ahead of Winter Olympics | WSJ


From mass tests to lockdowns, China is on high-alert to keep the coronavirus at bay ahead of the Winter Olympics. WSJ examines the zero-Covid strategy

How Chicken Became An American Obsession -CNBC


Here's how chicken took over America.

Why Traffic Is So Bad In Los Angeles -CNBC


Los Angeles consistently ranks among the most traffic-clogged cities in America. The county has been trying to reduce its traffic for decades and nothing has worked

2022: a preview of the year’s biggest themes | The Economist


What will some of 2022’s top themes and stories be? Tom Standage, editor of The Economist’s future-gazing annual, “The World Ahead 2022”, gives his prediction

GoPro: Best of 2021 - Year in Review


From summits and peaks to sunsets on the beach, from sending the jump to overcoming the hump... 2021 was the year we came together.

Why Speed Limits Are Wrong In The U.S. -CNBC


In 2019, 9,478 Americans lost their lives from speeding, contributing to more than a quarter of all traffic fatalities in the year. Speed limits were created to avoid situations like this.

Space Mining Is Here, Led by This Tiny Country -Bloomberg Quicktake


With a decades-long track record of making space a profitable business, Luxembourg is betting big on everything from space resources, satellites, and more.

Why Rent Is Rising In The U.S. -CNBC


Fresh numbers from the fall of 2021 suggest that rents will increase at a rapid pace in the coming years. That's a problem for Americans; many spend 30% or more of their income on rent.

Why movie theaters aren't dead yet -Vox


The "theatrical window" has shrunk. But it’s still there.

How the Global Vaccine Campaign Has Succeeded and Failed -Bloomberg Quicktake


The global Covid-19 vaccination campaign, the largest in history, has seen great triumphs and tragic failures. This is the inside story of how the worldwide battle to end the pandemic took shape.

Why Ford Stopped Making Cars In India -CNBC


In 2021, Ford stopped making cars in India. With the market there being mostly dominated by two-wheelers, Ford lost approximately $2 billion in its India business.

What Happens To Unfinished Buildings -Tech Vision


From gothic cathedrals abandoned in the grip of ancient plagues, to ultra-modern skyscrapers perilously over-run with squatters, mankind’s skylines are dotted with bizarre unfinished structures.

Why the Omicron Variant Is Concerning Scientists | WSJ


Scientists are studying a new COVID-19 'variant of concern' called Omicron. The new COVID-19 strain was first identified in South Africa.

What Covid Lockdowns and Disruptions in Europe Signal to the U.S. | WSJ


Some countries in Europe are finding vaccinations aren't enough, as Covid cases surge.

Why Airport Security Is So Slow And How The TSA And Airlines Are Trying To Fix It -CNBC


There once was a time when getting through airport security was quick and easy. But after the attacks on 9/11, the TSA was created and security screenings became much more thorough.

Why Thanksgiving Dinner Is More Expensive This Year -CNBC


With inflation at a 30-year high and turkey prices rising, Thanksgiving dinner in 2021 might end up being one of the priciest holiday meals on record.

Cryptocurrencies: how regulators lost control | FT Film - Financial Times


Leading voices from the cryptocurrency industry, and Financial Times reporters tell the story of how the cryptocurrency industry ballooned into into a market worth more than $2 trillion.