Millennials loved preppy clothes like Ralph Lauren and Abercrombie and Fitch. But Generation Zs tend to wear fast fashion and athleisure. They've also dumped Facebook for Snapchat and Instagram.
Nike has launched new swimwear designed for athletes who wear a hijab. Through the new Victory Swim Collection, women can choose from a full body swimsuit or individual pieces including a swimming hijab, a tunic top and leggings.
Finland's 34-year-old Sanna Marin will become the world's youngest prime minister ever. She will lead a center-left coalition with four other parties, all headed by women.
A 71-year-old man who made 24,000 calls to KDDI to complain that the company had violated his contract has been arrested. Anyone who prevents a business from operating normally can be charged with "obstruction of business."
Sundar Pichai is now the CEO of Alphabet, Google's parent company. Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin both announced that they were stepping down from their leadership roles at the company.
The three hottest travel destinations of 2020 will be Japan, Slovenia, and Antarctica. 2020 will be a big year for Japan. The Olympics is estimated to draw in 10 million visitors.
Asia's largest low-cost carrier opened its first restaurant, offering the same menu it sells on flights. The first location is in a mall in Kuala Lumpur. It plans to open more than 100 restaurants globally within the next five years.
St. Moritz, a ski resort in the Swiss Alps has a number of five-star hotels and Michelin restaurants. It has become a pinnacle of luxury and a destination for the elite. Celebrities and royalty flock to St. Moritz every winter to hit the slopes and vacation in style.
At least one in every two people in India have paid a bribe in the past year, according to a new national corruption report. Property registration and land issues were the biggest sectors of corruption.
Germany is closing all its nuclear power plants. Transporting the lethal waste, finding a material to encase it, communicating its existence to future humans, these are the challenges that await. The site must be beyond rock-solid, with no groundwater or earthquakes that could cause a leakage.