Should your head trump your heart when it comes to seeking lifelong love?
Rational partner choice
Capitalism in crisis?
Is the era of globalisation, unfettered markets and billionaires drawing to a close?
Where are the women in Hollywood?
Are women finally breaking through off screen in the film industry?
Businesses preparing for Brexit
Exporters express anxiety at the lack of a trade deal with just six weeks left to go
How bogus stats can get repeated again and again until they end up influencing policy
Is healthy eating affordable?
Poor diet can cause diabetes and cancer but do you have a choice if your budget is tight?
Is it time to regulate social media?
Should Facebook and others take responsibility for what appears on their platforms?
Bad blood in Silicon Valley
The startup scandal that shook confidence in the tech investment scene
The family tree business
What can you really learn about your heritage from a home DNA testing kit?
Who's monetising your DNA?
Should the collection of vast genetic databases be dominated by private companies?
Fix my gadgets!
As appliances get harder and more expensive to mend, should we demand a right to repair?
Are health services wilfully blind to the dangerously long hours worked by junior medics?
Twenty-first century monopolies
Is current monopoly legislation equipped to regulate Big Tech?
Is a falling currency a good thing?
Does a falling currency help or harm the economy?
A very sweet episode
Elizabeth Hotson tracks the path of sugar from a luxury good to a working class staple.
Is the sugar industry's relationship with US politics just a little bit too sweet?
Women in a man's world
In a world designed by men for men, women often come off worst
Education in India: In need of reform?
Too much emphasis on exams and academia might not develop workforce employers need.
Ukraine's corruption problem
Ahead of the presidential elections, the country grapples with conflicts and corruption.
More Brexit blues for business
A continued political crisis in the UK means more uncertainty for businesses
Heineken in Africa
The brewer is accused of complicity with Africa's murkiest politics
As the UK parliament votes to delay Brexit, businesses brace for yet more uncertainty
The periodic table turns 150
Are critical chemical elements of the periodic table in dangerously short supply?
Is humankind on the verge of disaster?
Academics are assessing the odds of a catastrophe taking place sometime soon.
Ukraine's troubles with Mariupol
Recent partial blockade by Russia hampers business
A basic income for all?
Would a Universal Basic Income help solve inequality, or make it worse?
Brexit: Oil, fish and bargaining chips
How is the Scottish city of Aberdeen coping with the UK's imminent exit from the EU?
Ukraine: Trading across the front line
The economy of Russian occupied territories in Ukraine
The essay cheats
People will write your university assignments for you - for a price
A hundred years of women in law
Why are so few women in the top jobs?
Is pan-African trade a pipe dream?
Can the continent remove trade barriers and create a billion-person internal market?
Italy embraces China
Rome's decision to sign up to China's belt and road initiative has proved controversial
Alexa, what are you doing to the internet?
Voice assistant apps are about to transform the economics of the web
India's fugitive diamond billionaire
The rise and fall of Indian jeweller Nirav Modi
Brexit: May reaches out
The British prime minister looks for a new deal to solve the deadlock over Brexit
Bitcoin bounces back
Cryptocurrencies are on the rebound, but do they make any more sense?
The listening device in your pocket
Does the proliferation of microphones in our gadgets mean anyone can eavesdrop on us?
Are millennials working too hard?
When big business sponsors the arts
Should galleries take money from the likes of big oil?
An expensive democracy
India will spend billions of dollars on its general election this year
Disney goes to war with Netflix
Is the market for streaming services getting too saturated?
WhatsApp in India
Are fake news and rumours still proliferating on the app as India prepares for elections?
The death of the local newspaper
How the decline of the local newspaper industry is affecting democracy
Pakistan's young entrepreneurs
How the country’s young businesses are making a mark in fashion, beauty, music and tech
Should prostitution be a normal profession?
How best to help sex workers: Full decriminalisation versus abolition
TED2019: Space junk, rockets and aliens
Companies set on exploring the cosmos converge on the TED conference in Vancouver.
TED2019: Facebook, Twitter and democracy
Jane Wakefield reports from the Ted conference in Vancouver
The true cost of periods
Is it time to rethink the way we manage menstruation?
Pricing in climate change
Are markets and companies beginning to grasp the threat of global warming?
The global affordable housing crisis
Is rent control the answer to the increasing cost of housing in the rich world?
When computer glitches ruin lives
Imagine losing your home, your job or your reputation, all because of a computer error
Youtube: Cracking down on crackpots
What the video-sharing site needs to do to stop promoting dangerous conspiracy theories
What young Indians want
As India holds elections, getting decent jobs is top of the agenda for most young voters
The mega factory that never was
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn is causing a political headache for President Trump
A four-day week?
The campaign for a four-day working week is gaining traction, particularly in the UK
The value of domestic work
Housework and caring - an essential but overlooked part of the economy
The price of bread
This global food staple used to account for half of some people's income
Netflix moves into Africa
The video streaming service has announced a series of original African productions
India's caste quota controversy
Is PM Modi's tinkering with the reservation system just an election ploy?
Rebuilding an economy after two cyclones
In Mozambique, Cyclones Idai and Kenneth did tremendous damage to the lives of millions
Disabled on Wall Street
Getting more disabled people into the workforce
The coming floods
With the sea level rising, will the world's coastal cities find themselves underwater?
The cyber arms race
Was the 2016 NotPetya attack a portend of devastating cyber-wars in the future?
Climbing the student debt mountain
Could a new scheme alleviate the crippling cost of university fees for young Americans?
The magic money tree
Should governments spend more money?
A new port in India
India's bid to capture a slice of global shipping
The meat-free burger
Can a burger help save the planet?
Education for all
How can educators ensure that every child in the world has access to a decent school?
The trillion dollar coach
What Silicon Valley learned from the American football coach Bill Campbell
The plastic in the ocean
Why plastic ends up there and how to stop it
India election: Modi's report card
Fergus Nicoll travels through Indian Prime Minister Modi's home constituency of Varanasi
Europe votes for uncertainty
With the EU parliament becoming more fragmented, how will it affect business sentiment?
The cruel multi-million-dollar business of scamming lonely hearts online
Is Google too big?
Is Google's share of our attention and data too dominant? We ask Eric Schmidt
A turbulent time for low cost airlines?
Is the industry suffering in Europe after years of relentless expansion?
Jobs for prisoners
The challenge of getting ex-offenders back into work
The cost of farmed Atlantic salmon
How has it become so popular and what does that mean for the environment?
Is it time to tax robots?
With ever more jobs being automated, should the automatons be taxed the same as humans?
Oil, guns and pollution
Oil giant Shell tells us why it struggles to clean up its operations in the Niger Delta
The rise and fall of viral marketing
Can a bear in an ad help sell more washing machines?
Who is afraid of Huawei?
The cost of the angst about China's telecoms giant
The global trade in trash
Asian countries have told the West to stop dumping its plastic waste on them
Big Brother backlash?
Facial recognition is a powerful tool, but it raises questions about how it can be abused
Have we forgotten to be happy?
Should public happiness be the ultimate goal of government policy?
The next financial crisis
Could the fund management industry be the epicentre of the next big financial earthquake?
Wine and trade wars
The US-China trade war has seen wine exports from California's Napa Valley dry up.
Hostile environment for immigrants
How Western immigration policy is prioritising populism over business interests
Carole Ghosn claims husband's arrest is a 'conspiracy'
Nissan denies its former chairman's arrest was a conspiracy.
Is the pencil underrated?
Airline boss speaks out
Danni Hewson and Louise Cooper hear from the boss of Ethiopian Airlines on Boeing issues.
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