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The sapient paradox: With brains like ours, why did prehistoric humans wait millennia to start civilization?
One hypothesis: "gossip traps."
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You might suppress your emotions when you walk through the door at work. But your colleagues can still feel them.
Unmasking a "convenient untruth" in U.S. politics.
FIRE is a lifestyle that promotes extensive saving in order to retire early, despite the fact that early retirement is far from practical.
The story of China is the story of global economics.
Financial setbacks are more common than you might think.
Financial illiteracy can become a significant problem. But it’s a problem with a clear solution.
Frugality can also benefit the environment.
Are anti-workers the lazy children of privilege or the brave vanguard of a utopic upheaval?
This is your brain on work.
Mindfulness may be especially useful for gaining more control of your impulses to spend.
Research shows how "dark" Brett Martinpersonality traits affect Bitcoin enthusiasm.
Money shame is more common than you might think.
Anyone can have a bad day at work, but not everyone scores this high on narcissism, psychopathy and Machiavellianism.
Economist Tyler Cowen explains why intelligence is overrated. Here’s what to look for instead.
Everyone loves a good underdog story, but the lessons we derive from them depend on how they’re told.
In 1934, American Communists translated a Stalinist book about revolution into a children’s game. Curiously, it didn't catch on.
Risk-taking isn't inherently bad: It tends to build self-confidence when things work out, and resilience when they don’t.
Talking about money with loved ones is awkward. Here’s how to do it.
Money ruins relationships. Here’s how to fix that.
A study out of Sweden shows that the highest earning men are slightly less intelligent than those just below them on the economic ladder.
Without the time to mentally disengage from work, people can slip into burnout.
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