Women's World Cup 2019: Google Doodle marks start of soccer tournament—here's what you need to know
The eighth edition of the Women's World Cup gets underway on Friday, June 7 in Paris as France play South Korea.
How Mark Zuckerberg could really fix journalism
“A strong news industry is. . . critical to building an informed community. Giving people a voice is not enough without having people dedicated to uncovering new information and analyzing it. There is more we must do to support the news industry to make sure this vital social function is sustainable—from growing local news, to […]
How can sports programs better serve girls and young women?
While there is anecdotal evidence that shows how sports can reduce the incidences of child marriage, and increase the confidence and hone leadership skills o...
Happy New Year 2019! From politics to sports, here's what you should mark on your calendar
You already know a general election is due by May and that Virat Kohli's men head to the UK for a Cricket World Cup starting that same month -- but there's more in store, believe us.
FC Barcelona, UNICEF mark 10 years of partnership for children and look ahead to next 4 years
BARCELONA, 25 February 2016 – FC Barcelona and UNICEF renewed their commitment to the most vulnerable children today, signing a new 4-year agreement. The renewal comes as the two organizations mark the 10-year anniversary of a partnership that already has helped improve the lives of over 1 million children in seven countries.
How To Prevent Stretch Marks
Before looking into prevention methods and scar treatments, it’s important to know what stretch marks are and how they are caused. Within the large and diverse family of dermatological conditions, stretch marks (medically referred to as “striae”) are one of the most common scar types, especially in
How a partnership led an outdoor equipment company to start a new division
Years ago, PATH approached outdoor equipment company Mountain Safety Research to partner with them on adapting their water purification systems to serve the base of the pyramid. That collaboration led MSR to launch a global health division where they can experiment with bringing modified existing products, or entirely new ones to developing country markets.
How can Macron unite Europe? He could start with its armies
The French leader’s desire to advance political and fiscal union should be applauded. After Brexit, he should push for EU military forces
How Mark Zuckerberg plans to make money with Facebook Pay
Facebook's push into payments hasn't always gone smoothly.
Bitcoin marks 10 years
From its first evocation amid a global financial crisis, in a white paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto, an unknown pseudonym, bitcoin conveyed a political vision
Why Aviva's CEO Mark Wilson is out after a boardroom coup
Wilson arguably deserves more credit for fixing what was a deeply troubled business than he has got, but investors patience was starting to wear thin
Thai soccer team marks cave ordeal anniversary with marathon run
A year after they became trapped in a flooded cave at the start of a two-week ordeal, some of the 12 young Thai soccer players and their coach marked the anniversary of the drama on Sunday that propel
Why Mark Zuckerberg's Miscarriage Announcement Matters
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's message about his wife's miscarriages was highly personal, but it will likely help a lot of people
How this SickKids fundraiser is pushing boundaries
A fundraising partnership between SickKids and Airbnb allowed people to a stay in a realistic recreation of the SickKids Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)...
Bank marks 100 years of service in Tanzania
Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania is, this week, hosting over thirty of its Top Management Team members from its Africa and Middle East Region, the bank said yesterday.
How Mark Zuckerberg’s Altruism Helps Himself — ProPublica
Zuckerberg set up a limited liability company, which has reaped enormous benefits as public relations coup and will help minimize his tax bill.
Mark Wahlberg named world's top paid actor
Rapper-turned-actor Mark Wahlberg was named the world's highest paid actor on Tuesday, earning an estimated $68 million before taxes over the past 12 months. The 46-year-old star won his place at the top of the list compiled by Forbes magazine, thanks to earnings from "Transformers: The Last