posts tagged ‘youth

Edible Packaging, Heads-Up Movement and Haptic Technology—just a few items from our annual list of 100 Things to Watch for the year ahead. With the Winter Olympics in Sochi, FIFA World Cup in Brazil and first commercial space flight, 2014 promises a lot of things to watch. Our list spotlights developments around these major events […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. Due to Thanksgiving office closures, this double-edition roundup covers items from the past two weeks. -We released our 10 Trends for 2014 and companion video. -An in-depth New York Times report explores […]

Attitudes about added sweeteners have continued to evolve since The New York Times Magazine published a cover story titled “Is Sugar Toxic?” in April 2011. While a judge recently rejected Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban on the sale of extra-large sugary sodas in New York City, the headlines likely helped boost a rising sense of […]

Find our roundups collected in magazine form on Flipboard, the iOS and Android app; download the app to view this week’s edition here: http://flip.it/J6FjO. -“The balance of world economic growth is tipping in another direction,” reports The New York Times, as developing markets slow and established economies revive. The Wall Street Journal also examines this […]

American Millennials came under the microscope last week at a daylong event in New York hosted by youth market research firm Ypulse. While generalizations characterize much of the conversation around Millennials, this cohort is more nuanced than people think, Ypulse argued. The firm presented results of a March 2013 survey that segments Americans ages 13-31 […]

Find our roundups collected in magazine form on Flipboard, the iOS and Android app; download the app to view it here: http://flip.it/20JHr. -The Economist examines “Generation Jobless,” noting that the number of unemployed youth worldwide is almost equivalent to the U.S. population. -China’s appetite for large cars and SUVs is growing, explains The New York […]

We spoke with Bianca Bosker when we were researching one of our 10 Trends for 2013, Going Private in Public: the notion that people are rebelling against a culture in which living publicly is the expectation, and coming up with ways to reclaim some privacy without giving up the benefits of social media. A graduate […]

-Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Top 20 emerging markets. -A new report finds a “steep jump” in the percentage of Americans planning to delay retirement, as The Wall Street Journal reports. -Mintel outlines the rising consumer power of “little emperors and empresses”—China’s middle- and upper-class children—as reported in the South China Morning Post. -An Economist special […]

-CES 2013: Wired‘s Mat Honan says it was a lackluster year for the show. Businessweek takes a look at what’s new in TVs. The Los Angeles Times spotlights the rise of “multi-mode” devices that combine elements of laptops and tablets. The Wall Street Journal reports on how cable and satellite operators are battling upstart Internet […]

In an era when living publicly is becoming the default, people are coming up with creative ways to carve out private spaces—a phenomenon we’ve termed “Going Private in Public,” one of our 10 Trends for 2013. Rather than rejecting today’s ubiquitous social media and sharing tools outright, people are reaping the benefits of maintaining a […]


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