Why wave energy upstarts are struggling to scale
An economist explains why Saudi Arabia and China are looking to ditch the dollar in a new oil deal — and where Beijing could target next as it spreads yuan adoption
Bitcoin donations are pouring into Ukraine. 3 experts broke down the effectiveness of crypto during humanitarian crises.
Russia’s central bank is scrambling to prop up the country’s economy. Here’s everything it’s done to stave off sanctions and what it could do next.
Commentators have warned American taxpayers will bear heavy costs of Russian sanctions. From gas prices to the cyber-warfare, 3 experts predict what will happen to the US.
Columbia grad students are on strike over pay changes and unmet contract demands. Some say they’re struggling to live off late payments and low wages.
The Wonderland DeFi community is scandalized after a Twitter user outed an anonymous executive with ties to one of the largest crypto Ponzi schemes in history
FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried called for firmer regulation of crypto in a new interview. 2 experts shared their predictions for what’s to come in 2022.
This NFT marketplace CEO explains why he bought a $1.2 million plot of metaverse land as the ‘first digital gentrification’ ramps up
A former SoftBank investor on how his startup is helping companies build strong cultures in the remote era
A plot of digital land was just sold in the metaverse for $2.43 million — more than most homes in NYC and San Francisco
An ex-Uber director wants to protect homeowners from wildfires with his startup, FireMaps. And he’s convinced investors like Andreessen Horowitz and Dara Khosrowshahi to back him.
Cult sportswear brand ASRV saw sales spike at the start of the pandemic. Here’s how its 30-year-old CEO kept momentum with a 45% sales increase this year.
Ethereum is outperforming bitcoin because its a technology bet rather than a bet on inflation, says crypto bull Mike Novogratz
The SEC wants to crack down on corporate insiders’ big stock sales
I’m a regular at NYC’s best-kept secret — a piano bar where strangers are friends and musicians know my name
A former barista reveals how she started a journal business on the side and scaled it to make $500,000 in sales this year
A 33-year-old accountant was making $48,000 a year when he quit his job to become a freelance copywriter. He now runs a 6-figure business.
I finally quit my finance job to become a full-time musician – here’s how I’m making the jump
‘Giannis’ is triumphant biography for sports junkies and non-fans alike
I scared people at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. Aside from the drunk guests and long hours, it was the most fun job I’ve ever had.
I tried a secret LA sandwich shop that only takes orders via Instagram DM. It’s my new favorite lunch spot.
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Why Hertz is betting its future on electrification
Delta, JetBlue, United give sustainable aviation fuel a lift
GM’s BrightDrop gears up to electrify massive delivery fleets of Walmart, FedEx
How Colorado startup Outrider is electrifying distribution yards
Electrification shouldn’t just happen in the big city
How tech (and some humans) is changing ESG
A circular economy requires community, and community is built through storytelling
A habitable future needs a resilient grid, but it’s going to cost us
AI and ESG: It’s about accountability
Wide-Eyed in New York City
Thousand Oaks Acorn
Cleaning House: Pandemic helped some maid services, hurt others
Remains of the Past: Why Hong Kongers are Leaving Hong Kong
The meme-stock revolution isn’t going away just yet
Dogecoin has gone up 8,000% and DogeDay promises big returns for retail investors
Everything you need to know about Gamestop
Apple’s new software update protects your privacy like never before – and Facebook isn’t happy
We should advocate for trade schools just as much as college, especially after a pandemic
Improving education requires rethinking it first
Universities should advocate for more students to study abroad
Annenberg Media Sports
The NBA is already a positionless league. Why aren’t the All-NBA teams?
Today’s athletes speak on politics and race. Some NBA players in the 1990s were blackballed for this.
Health Columns, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Silver Lining of COVID-19
How to (Actually) Live Longer
Fitness Made Simple – But Not Easy
Sleep, Not Snooze
Kicking Our Addiction to Busy
Fast Thoughts on Diet
Meditations on – and for – Living Well
Don’t Seize the Day; Seize the Morning
Sitting is the New Smoking
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Newspaper
Beyond Convention: Jocelyn Chew on nursing, research and passion
Of the Heart and Hand: Dr. Randolph Wong opens up about surgery and art
Get Smart: The Technology Behind Our Future Cities
Playing with Creativity: Catherine McBride seeks to integrate more fun for young language learners
Trust Your Gut: Our gut bacteria are powerful, it’s time to start listening
The Village of My Ancestors: a glimpse into aboriginal Hong Kong
Hong Kong beat SARS in ’03. Now their experience is paying off.
What I learned from a stranger in Thailand
The Only Clothes You’ll Ever Need: How one company capitalized on the pandemic athleisure boom
Bouncing Back from a World Without Sport: The pandemic gave athletic trainers and physical therapists a chance to prove their resilience
Pandemic Porn: an isolated audience of millions met next-gen sex content creators
An Antidote to Modern Loneliness
Social Media Doesn’t Make Us Happier. Why Do We (Ab)use it?
Rising from the Ashes: Lessons from a pandemic
Deep Work: Designing a Better Day
The Age of Upgrades: How and Why Our Devices Dictate Our Decisions
Back to School Like Never Before