Exceptions include charities, surveys, and information about canceled flights. But most telemarketers will need your permission before calling.
The estimate, released Tuesday, draws on analysis of how viruses operate, as well as their history. But it's a 'possibility' not a prediction, experts caution.
As the banks roll in, secrets stay hidden, ugly buildings vanish, and coincidences rise.
A former San Francisco dumping ground becomes a plentiful four-acre urban farm.
Tepid but sustainable, is the most common answer. Growth in Asia will be the main driver, with help from a modest revival in the US.
Handbag-makers to hotels are luring a new kind of luxury consumer.
Margaret MacMillan warns of what can happen when history is misappropriated.