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Atlantic Media has held talks with a number of potential buyers interested in digital media about a sale of or potential
Tanzanians, like other Africans on the continent, are doing almost everything via their phones these days—from paying bills
As a former China-based journalist who now lives and reports on Africa, Lily is among the first reporters on the continent with a distinctive background in Sino-African relations. She joins Eric & Cobus -- in the podcast above -- to talk about the opportunity and challenges of covering the China/Africa story.
One of the most under-appreciated aspects of the climate change problem is the so-called "fat tail" of risk. In short, the likelihood of very large impacts is greater than we would expect under typical statistical assumptions. it is time for serious people and serious discussions, not straw men and distractions.
In an interview about the panel with Quartz, Dillon clarified that his comments were "mostly in reference" to how Kroger's
Former WSJ online editor Delaney claims five million monthly readers for The Atlantic Media spin-off's smart analysis and
The Indian news cycle has been operating at a feverish pitch of late. American media players are attempting to foray into the Indian market for online news, and results have been mixed so far.
The first generation of sensors protruded on the surface; the next will be flatter. Westminster has 10,000 parking bays that
If you’ve been trying to get noticed in the office, chances are you’ve been following the conventional wisdom: speaking up
Quartz: One of the best networking tips for shy people might be simply, “Move your desk at work.” More from Quartz: - The