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Sunday Digest: Last Week's Infographics

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The World's Tech Giants, Compared to the Size of Economies

How do the big tech giants compare to entire countries? Here's how Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon's market caps stack up against national GDPs.

Ranked: The Richest Veterans in America

There are over 18 million living veterans in the U.S., but how many are ultra wealthy? This visual ranks the richest veterans in America.

Electricity from Renewable Energy is Now Cheaper than Ever

Renewable energy sources are key to the clean energy transition. This chart shows the decline in the cost of electricity from renewables.

Visualizing the Flow of U.S. Energy Consumption

From renewables to fossil fuels, we've visualized the diverse mix of energy sources that powered U.S. energy consumption in 2020.

Can Foreign Currencies Act as an Inflation Hedge?

To determine if foreign currencies were a good inflation hedge, we looked at their performance relative to U.S. inflation over the last four decades.

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When Big Data and Plant-Based Medical Treatments Collide

Plant-based medical treatments have massive potential, but a few key issues are holding the industry back. Here's how big data could help.

Mapped: The World's Biggest Private Tax Havens

What countries or territories do the ultra-wealthy use as tax havens? Here is a ranking of the world's biggest private tax havens.

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The New Era of Commodity Trading

This infographic explores the evolution of commodity trading and exchanges as the world transitions to clean energy.

1 Billion Years of Tectonic Plate Movement in 40 Seconds

This animated map shows the last billion years of Earth's tectonic plate movement in just 40 seconds.

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Timeline: Key Events in the History of Online Shopping

eCommerce has evolved rapidly over the last few decades. Here are the key events in the history of online shopping dating back to the 1970s.

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How China's Plastics Ban Threw Global Recycling into Disarray

For decades, developed countries outsourced their recyclables to China. Now, a billion dollar opportunity in global recycling has emerged.

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