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KnowledgeToday will be on a holiday break until the first week of January. To tide our readers over, here’s a roundup of this year’s most popular stories.
Is holiday gift giving a waste of money, a futile exercise in buying gifts that people don’t want, or is there some intangible “goodness” that comes from focusing on others?
India is going through an economic slowdown and political hiccups. But amid all this, entrepreneurship is thriving.
A trio of recent reports suggests that private education might be a burgeoning opportunity for investors in the Middle East.
AT&T is out as a suitor — its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA was star-crossed from the start.
Stock markets in the Middle East have taken a financial beating this year due to the Arab Spring protests. When will investing in the region bounce back?
After the death on Saturday of dictator Kim Jong-il, observers warn that North Korea will go through a period of instability, with significant consequences for the rest of the world.
In creating Captain America, Joe Simon tried to devise something different from the superhero characters that appeared after the success of Superman in 1938. Simon, who died Wednesday, accomplished that — and much more.