· Why the age of inequality has made us less happy →
They also ignore a more recent survey of millionaires, which found those with $8 million banked were happier than those with less than that amount.
· Startups Weekly: The world is eating tech →
In an investor survey for Extra Crunch this week, Megan Rose Dickey checked in with eight Black investors about what they are investing in, in the middle of what feels like a new focus on making the tech industry more representative of the country and the world.
· Week Ahead - Bring On Earnings Season →
ZEW Survey Expectations
· This one simple issue could put ‘road users at risk’ as safety decisions are ‘compromised’ →
A survey from Transport Focus revealed that almost one third of drivers had missed a motorway exit due to concealed road signs.
· Calls for Rule Britannia to be banned from The Proms slapped down - 'Our history!' →
A total of 12,449 people took part in the survey between 9am and 4pm on Saturday, July 11.
· A JERSEY GUY: Will CFB Please Give It Up →
I did my own survey, asking commissioners, athletic directors, coaches and other college football administrators to tell me one thing they were happy about in college football.
The New York Times
· Paik Sun-yup, South Korea’s First Four-Star General, Dies at 99 →
The survey was taken as a debate raged over whether Mr. Paik’s family should be given the option of burying him in a national cemetery.
· Clemson Polls Fans About Potentially Moving CFB Season to Spring Amid Pandemic →
The Clemson athletic department asked Thursday in a fan outlook survey whether supporters would prefer the 2020 college football season to take place in fall without fans or in spring with spectators in attendance.
· Wasteful, damaging and outmoded: is it time to stop building skyscrapers? →
An annual survey by the independent organisation New London Architecture has found that in the capital 525 buildings of 20 storeys or more are in the pipeline – either under construction, approved or going through the processes of planning applications.
· Searching For The American Dream On 'Paradise Road' →
By keeping the project focused only on roads named Paradise, he constructed it as a rough survey of the topography of rural America.