The New Yorker Interviews 50 Interesting People.
WSJ 2011 Summer Reading List Is Out.
An Instrument Of Total Domination: The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport.
Lambo’s Latest Rambo Has a Heart.
How Do CEOs Spend Their Time? A New Study Yields Some Surprising Results.
BMW Blames Speculators As Aluminium Costs Rise.
How To Beat The Market: Follow The Senators On The Senate Armed Services Committee Who Own Stocks On The Prohibited List.
The Case Of The Speculator Who Tried To Game The Cocoa Market.
Behavioral Economist, Dan Ariely, Studies All The Ways Our Psychology Disrupts Our Financial Lives.
A Solar Panel Field Of The Size Of Austria, In The Desert, Could Produce Enough Electricity For The Whole World.
What A Weekend In The Heart Of Europe Looks Like. Location: Solvayhütte, Zermatt, Switzerland.
Influential Hedge Fund Manager, David Einhorn, Has Called For Microsoft Corp Chief Executive, Steve Ballmer, To Step Down.
Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg, And Google Boss, Eric Schmidt, Warns Governments Worldwide Not To Over-Regulate The Internet.
Vincent R. Reinhart, An Economist At The American Enterprise Institute, Argues That The Fed’s Quantitative Easing Program Has Raised The Oil Price.
Asian Buyers Accounted For The Majority Of New Home Purchases In Central London.
Supermarkets Are Successful Because They Provide What We Want At A Reasonable Price, Writes Stephen Pollard.
World Peace, Mapped.
Sidestepping Horse And Headbanging Giraffe At Japan World Cup (video).
Barack Obama’s Cute Signature.
What Random New Yorkers With Headphones Listen To (video).
Burberry, British Luxury Goods Brand, Profits Jump 40pc On Emerging Markets.
YTD: Percentage rise of Burberry's shares since May 26, 2010, compared with FTSE 100 // Telegraph.co.uk
The City Limits – Timelapse.
Thousands Of People Around The World Uploaded Videos Of Their Lives To Create A Documentary Film About a Single Day On Earth.
Infograph: iPad vs iPad 2.
A Must-Have For The Ambitious Photographer.
A Nuclear Explosion Illustrated By Stephen Colbert.
Republic Meets Monachy.
How the «queueing theory» can be used to find the most efficient arrangement of cashiers and check out lines.
Superplexus Circles: Labyrinth Extravaganza.
Effective Biking In The Netherlands: Bicycle Rush Hour.
A Helicopter Blows Away Bambi.
Home Alone Redux.
Mitt Romney Hangs Obama Metaphorically.
War On Wall Mart?
Trump is serious about taking oil from the Middle-East. Watch part 2 from 7 min in. Trump in Las Vegas: Part One, Part Two and Part Three.
Craig Ferguson Tells Donald Trump «No!»:
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Assorted links for today:
Friday Outlook: Stocks Could End April on Earnings Tail Wind.
Live footage from The Royal Wedding: the pre-nuptial frenzy, the procession, the ceremony and the after-party madness live from London.
WSJ: William and Kate Pronounced Husband and Wife.
And, a date to remember: the first debate of the Republican presidential primary season, of 2012, is on May 5.
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As posted earlier, the economic benefits of UK’s royals & the T-Mobile ad: