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Digital technology can rapidly transform how countries provide services such as education and health to their citizens, writes Nandan Nilekani.

This article helps address the common issue of 'my car is totaled' and I still owe money that many drivers experience after an accident.

Your daughter owned a home. She died, leaving one child. No changes have been made to the house title, but the mortgage company refers to her estate and the tax assessor has put her son on the tax account. You desire to help sort out the situation and think the power of attorney will help.

It's not just a matter of navigating day by day: Parents need the foresight to plan for their child's future—especially for when they will no longer be around.

With around 800 million jobs set to be replaced by automation in the next decade, it's time we had a new lexicon to talk about work, says Richard Baldwin, author of The Globotics Upheaval.

Rapidly improving automated translation could help promote trade between nations who speak different languages – and break open the Anglophone world of work.

Trusts fall into one of two main categories. The first category is composed of those that are established while the grantor (one who establishes the trust) is alive and are termed inter vivos (while living) trusts.

From coward to apologizer, certain types of people will be held back at work, according to leadership expert Travis Bradberry.

China's breeding herd of pigs is already 22% smaller than this time last year due to the African swine fever outbreak.

From differences in heart attack symptoms meaning women are misdiagnosed, to overprescription of sleeping pills, author Caroline Criado Perez reveals what inspired her to write a book about gender bias in data.

Average waiting time for hitchhikers in Ireland: less than 30 minutes. In southern Spain: more than 90 minutes.

The world’s tech companies are still falling short when it comes to respecting internet users’ human rights, according to an annual study.

As few as one in four Americans have money saved to see them through retirement, according to the US Federal Reserve. And even the older generation has not put enough aside to support their golden years.

Washington D.C., Tel Aviv, Oslo and Melbourne all made the top 10.

Once one of the world's poorest countries, today Viet Nam is a booming economy, with a growing middle class and a rate of growth to rival China. How did it get here?

This excerpt is from Raj Kumar's book, "The Business of Changing the World". The book was chosen as the World Economic Forum Book Club's monthly book for June. Each month, a new book is selected and discussed among the group, with the author joining in on the last day of the month to reply to some questions from our participants.

Researchers found that positive and negative memories can influence our risk of chronic illness and depression for decades.

Blockchain could be a a wild card that disrupts the way we tackle climate change and other environmental challenges.

The unprecedented rate of urbanization across the world has led to increased demand for good, affordable housing.

1. Air pollution kills 800 people every hour or 13 every minute, accounting for more than three times the amount of people who die from malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS combined each year.

International investment in nuclear fusion research projects around the world may mean that the technology could become a practical reality in the not-too-distant future.

Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya are all projected to join the list, displacing Russia, Germany and China.

Michelin makes a successful return to The Raceway on Belle Isle Park for the first time since 2008.

Facebook is worth about $40 to $50 per month for US consumers, according to a series of surveys the researchers conducted. WhatsApp? $611.

This article explains three potential emergencies covered by roadside assistance plans with instruction on how to take care of these yourself.

The resale market for secondhand fashion is growing 21 times faster than retail, with everyone from luxury brands to young shoppers getting in on the act.