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NEW! | Asia, South & Central America, and Africa Trend Bulletins

We're delighted to launch three free region-specific Trend Bulletins for Asia, South & Central America, and Africa. Focused on local trends and innovations, and researched and written by our local teams respectively.
The Trend Bulletins kick-off with five crucial consumer trends for 2014 in each region.Don't miss out!5 UNMISSABLE ASIAN CONSUMER TRENDS FOR 2014 »  read more »

December 2013 | 7 CONSUMER TRENDS TO RUN WITH IN 2014

Check out our handpicked selection of 7 Consumer Trends begging to be applied in 2014. By you. From CROWD SHAPED to THE INTERNET OF CARING THINGS to MYCHIATRY...Read 7 CONSUMER TRENDS TO RUN WITH IN 2014 »

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November 2013 | GUILT-FREE CONSUMPTION

GUILT-FREE CONSUMPTION is the new luxury for consumers, and the Holy Grail for businesses. Discover the growing hunger for a new kind of consumption: one free from worry (or at least with less worry) about its negative impact, yet that still allows continued indulgence. Check out the guilt absolving examples from Nike, Miya's Sushi, McDonald's, Unilever, Fairphone, Burger King, Chipotle, Peddler's Creamery and many more...  read more »

In WikiLeaks Probe, Feds Used a Secret Search Warrant to Get Volunteer’s Gmail

In WikiLeaks Probe, Feds Used a Secret Search Warrant to Get Volunteer’s GmailThe Justice Department used a secret search warrant to obtain the entire contents of a Gmail account used by a former WikiLeaks volunteer in Iceland, according to court records released to the volunteer this week.  read more »

U.K. Spy Agency Secretly Taps Over 200 Fiber-Optic Cables, Shares Data With the NSA

U.K. Spy Agency Secretly Taps Over 200 Fiber-Optic Cables, Shares Data With the NSAThe British spy agency GCHQ has secretly tapped more than 200 fiber-optic cables carrying phone and internet traffic and has been sharing data with the U.S.  read more »

5 Fun Facts From the Latest NSA Leak

5 Fun Facts From the Latest NSA LeakAfter a brief respite, the Guardian newspaper has resumed its publication of leaked NSA documents. The latest round provides a look at the secret rules the government follows for collecting data on U.S. persons.  read more »

Feds Seized 1,700 Online Domains in 3 Years

Feds Seized 1,700 Online Domains in 3 YearsFederal authorities said today that, since June 2010, they have seized more than 1,700 domains that allegedly breached intellectual property rights.  read more »