This chart resizes the world's countries based on population, while organizing them based on region. See where all 7.5 billion people live.
Evidence is growing that the nature of globalization is changing dramatically - and the countries, companies, and workers that benefit are changing as well.
We look at the latest data from the World Bank, which reveals a drop in extreme poverty of 1 billion people globally since the year 1990.
With every country's growth visualized on a logarithmic scale, we look at a few world population growth outliers and their unique stories.
See the world's major languages broken down by country in this stunning visualization.
Long-term trends really allow you to see human progress on the most important indicators, like poverty reduction, education, democracy, literacy, and health.
The decline of freedom has been accelerating around the world. This chart visualizes the context, data, and key countries where freedom is falling.
Amazon edged out Google and Apple to become the most valuable brand in the U.S. - and by far the most dominant brand globally.
Is globalization a force for good or bad? The answer to this question depends greatly on who you ask - here is a survey of people...
How much money exists in the world? This updated visualization compares the world's richest people, companies, and markets with the world's money supply.