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TED@UPS: What if Everyone in the World Had an Address?

Mario Paluzzi crafts solutions to the shipping industry’s most head-scratching challenges. After developing a mobile app for drivers and an online web portal for customers and carriers, he wondered what our world would look like if we could give everybody an address.  504 more words

Global Economy

Women Empowerment in Developing Nations

photos courtesy of Global Women’s Water Initiative

“Women are the major change-makers on the ground in the developing world, but they are not equipped with the necessary tools and resources to excel,” said Natika Washington, director of Global Programs in the State Department’s Office of Global Women’s Issues, in an interview with the Washington Post. 504 more words

Social Justice

Globalization is Worth Saving

Cross-border flows of goods, services, capital, people and even ideas are today more contested, at least in advanced economies, than they have been since the fall of the Berlin Wall. 1,078 more words

Global Economy

UN Report: Two-Thirds Of Workers In Developing Nations To Be Replaced By Robots

By Jake Anderson of The Anti-Media

An alarming new report from the United Nations is the latest in a litany of studies suggesting that the coming age of automation and workforces dominated by robots will be upon us much faster than previously thought. 427 more words

Daily News

This Tiger Still Has Teeth

Chinese exporters dominated the global manufacturing game for so long that it was easy to believe their domination would continue indefinitely.

But the evidence is increasingly clear: The world’s second-largest economy — an economy that boomed in recent decades thanks, in large measure, to exports — needs to change the way it does business as headwinds threaten future growth. 623 more words

Global Economy

Kiva Gives Boost to Women Entrepreneurs in Developing Nations

Since 2015, New York-based Jennifer Ikeguchi has worked at Educators Realty as a real estate agent, and also holds a bachelor science degree from St. John’s University. 180 more words

Jennifer Ikeguchi

Making Sense on Immigration

Making sense of what really works. Better education programs, investment, development, and working together to build nations.

Reuben Egolf