Woman’s Touch: How Female-Owned Business are faring

March 25, 2014

Women in the 21st century are a powerful growth engine for small business America with growth in women-owned businesses actually outpacing national business growth over the past 14 years. An overwhelming 99 percent of businesses run by women are small businesses. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics projecting that female-owned businesses will generate […]


Women Small Business Owners

November 28, 2013

America’s New Job Creators visually explains how female business owners have positively impacted job creation in the U.S.. More and more American women are taking their careers into their own hands and opening small businesses. Source


Learn When You’ll Die In ‘Shark Night’ 3D

January 3, 2013

A flow chart depicting who’s going to die first and who’s going to die last in a horror movie. It pays to be smart. Source

Korean Women

Korean Women’s Diets

December 6, 2012

Over 4000 Korean women answered questions about their diet. The biggest concern of Korean girls in their 20s is to lose weight and slim their legs. Source

Survival of The Fittest: Men in The Scary New Economy

Survival of The Fittest: Men in The Scary New Economy

August 15, 2012

The enormously complex machine that is the U.S. economy has, in the minds of many, fundamentally and permanently changed and not for the better. The New Economy is now a scary place, engendering anxiety and insecurity from the top down. How has this altered the way men behave? AskMen’s Great Male Survey polled over 70,000 […]

True Colors: Color Preferences By Gender

True Colors: Color Preferences By Gender

July 15, 2012

A person’s favorite color is an interesting tidbit about them but does their favorite color matter? This infographic looks at favorite colors and what that means for men, women, and everyone alike. Differences and commonalities can unite or divide us so read on to see what colors do for us. Source

The Pulse Of Education Around The World

The Pulse Of Education Around The World

May 29, 2012

Education is a universal concern, and fortunately, the past few decades have seen significant increases in quality, opportunity and participation. Which regions of the world have seen the strongest growth and how do those improvements breakdown among education levels? Source