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Advertising august 25, 2011

Monocolumn: Will Apple Still Be Apple Without Steve Jobs?

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn about what could happen to the Apple brand after the departure of Steve Jobs?

Advertising august 22, 2011

Monocolumn: Quality News Reporting Doesn’t Need HD

In today's column from Monocle, Alex Crawford of Sky News shows the essence of old-fashioned, frontline reporting.

Cities august 8, 2011

Monocolumn: What Spurred Moscow’s Inexplicable Brick Paving Frenzy?

In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, Moscow's plans to repave asphalt sidewalks with bricks has stirred up some criticism. Could the project have anything to do with the fact that the mayor's wife was once associated with a brick and curbing business?

Culture august 4, 2011

Monocolumn: Water Fights In Tehran Cause Uproar

In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, when a water fight involving 3,000 people broke out in Tehran, police started to make several arrests, for no apparent reason.

Advertising august 3, 2011

Monocolumn: Polish Minister Shamefully Resigns,Then Runs For Senate

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, a report on the plane crash that killed former Polish president Lech KaczyƄski, and caused defence minister Bogdan Klich to resign.

Advertising august 2, 2011

Monocolumn: Is Obama’s Message Of Change Now One Of Compromise?

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that as the United States reaches its debt limit, its Obama's slow-yielding attempts at turning around the recession that are being blamed.

Advertising july 29, 2011

Monocolumn: Peru Celebrates Inauguration Of Left-Leaning Government

A new president brings with him an air of optimism and change that many Peruvians are looking forward to.

Advertising july 28, 2011

Monocolumn: The Downsides Of Portugal’s Popularity

In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, we learn about how low prices attract tourists to Portugal, but could create long-term disadvantages for the country's economy.

Advertising july 27, 2011

Monocolumn: Airbus and Boeing Battle For American Airline’s Next Generation Of Fuel-Efficient Airplanes

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, American Airlines scores a superior deal on 460 fuel-efficient airplanes, by offering both Boeing and Airbus the job.

Advertising july 26, 2011

Monocolumn: Russian Jewish Town Welcomes Investments From China

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn about the autonomous Jewish town of Birobidzhan and how it is looking forward to a better future with the help of Chinese investments.

Advertising july 25, 2011

Monocolumn: Japan To Consider Geothermal Energy But Won’t Sacrifice Hot Springs

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that Japan is looking at geothermal energy, as a way to power the nation, but businesses in the hot spring industry fear it would deplete their sources.

Advertising july 22, 2011

Monocolumn: India Deregulates Grocery Retail For Bigger Business Opportunities

Grocery giants like Walmart have been trying to break into the Indian market with full control. They might have a chance with the new deregulation of dusty policies.

Advertising july 20, 2011

Monocolumn: Comedic Intervention Lets Murdoch Off The Hook

Jonnie Marbles' gimmick during the Rupert Murdoch inquiry steers attention away from serious business to the comedian's idiocy.

Advertising july 19, 2011

Monocolumn: Chinese TV Host Gives Boost To Gay Rights On Government-Controlled Network

A TV host's comment supporting gay rights on a mainstream Chinese station may be a sign of public acceptance towards homosexuality.

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