Once again in 2011, more cars were sold in China than in the United States. General Motors announced that they were the world’s largest automaker in 2011, but that particular point is open to debate…
This cool infographic compiled the year’s most popular tweets, hash tags and other cool 2011 Twitter stats and thought you might like it or would like to share it. Here is 2011 in a nutshell in the words of Twitter, as well as what topics to expect in 2012.
The average person will spend $72.31 on Halloween candy, costumes and decor, bringing total spending to $6.86 billion – the most in the last nine-years. Here are some of the stats for this year’s festives.
People have sought out higher learning since circa 800 A.D. But that’s about the only thing that has remained the same. From who is enrolling to which degree programs are offered to where the best degree programs are located, education has vastly changed. The infographic below showcases many of those changes. Degrees titles have evolved […]
Here’s an interesting look at global relationships between economic policies and freedom.
New year, new slate–but when it comes to forecasting retail trends for 2011, the trajectory set in 2010 provides some solid clues as to how sales and revenue figures will pan out this year. And yes, I did say “trajectory”–because despite the rough economic conditions, online sales grew by almost 13% from 2009 to 2010 […]