In 2014, Fast Company expanded its Recommender column. While we continue to curate beloved books, apps, films, and other sources of inspiration from our Most Creative People, why not, we thought, recommend all the things we talked about as a staff on any given day? advertisement advertisement So what were editors (and our readers) into in 2014? Here’s a list looking back at the most-trafficked stories from our 200+ Recommender columns this year–the stuff you loved best, from the stuff we liked best: 1. A Look Inside The Most Insane College Gyms Universities one-upping each other with increasingly lavish rec centers make for some eye-popping workout porn–including paw-print-shaped hot tubs, lazy rivers, climbing walls that function as staircases, and skateboard plazas. Here’s a look at them all. 2. Rebranding The Male Ginger As A Hottie There’s a stigma about male redheads. Redheaded women get the fiery, sexpot treatment while carrot-topped … [Read more...] about What Readers Loved In 2014: Insane College Gyms, Hot Redheads Rebranded, Lost Subway Undies
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The US drug regulator has cleared a record number of abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs) in 2017, as it aims to expand competition in generic drugs and thereby reduce healthcare costs for US citizens.US FDA approved 1027 generic drug approval in 2017 that includes 184 tentative approvals. Tentative approvals do not allow the applicant to market the generic drug product until all patents exclusivity issues have expired."We recorded the highest annual total of generic drug approvals (1,027) in the agency’s history," said Scott Gottleib, Commissioner of US FDA in his blog.Close "We believe that, if current trends continue, we’ll exceed this record number of generic drug approvals in 2018," Gottleib added. related news Fate of Amaravati hangs in the balance as Jagan Reddy govt has different priorities WeWork says to layoff 2,400 employees globally Wall Street edges lower after conflicting signals on trade US FDA achieved this by shortening the typical … [Read more...] about US FDA expediting of generic approvals a mixed bag for India drug makers
This week Americans were treated to the eighth GOP candidate debate, a mix of ego, argument and patriotic huff-puffery that may have caused some viewers to think they accidentally switched prescriptions with Mugatu. For those who saw the foreign policy segment and were wishing somehow this was all an elaborate fiction, Netflix offered a few moments of solace. That’s when House of Cards‘ President Frank Underwood launched his own campaign under the entirely appropriate banner of FU2016. Onward! advertisement Care Norway “Dear Daddy” What: A PSA from Care Norway uses a sobering letter from an unborn daughter to her dad that traces offensive but seemingly harmless behavior to heartbreaking conclusions.Who: Care Norway, SchjaervenWhy We Care: Statistics are one thing, and we have those–35% of women worldwide will experience physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives. But this short film puts a very personal message behind some of the root … [Read more...] about Homer Simpson’s YouTube Ad, Abby Wambach’s Gatorade Goodbye: Top 5 Ads Of The Week
Over the past year, both online and in print, Fast Company has run photo essays on topics as diverse as Anna Kendrick and an Instagram-famous dog. Scroll down for editors’ picks on 2014’s most memorable photo-driven stories. advertisement advertisement Anna Kendrick The actress made number 8 on our list of 100 Most Creative People In Business 2014, for knowing that her best role is herself. Before The Music: A Real Day In The Life Of A Rock & Roll Band Being in a band is a dream for many, a reality for a few. We spent a day with He Is Legend for an inside look at (real) life on the road. Michael Maltzan’s Quest To Remake Housing For The Homeless The architect’s newest building joins a cadre of ambitious residences Maltzan has built for the Skid Row Housing Trust. Pet Week: Why This Dog Makes $15,000 A Month Meet MensWear Dog, A Shiba Inu who is, by many accounts, the Most Stylish Dog in the World. How James Carpenter Gave NYC Subway Riders … [Read more...] about 2014: Fast Company’s Year In Photo Essays
It is Sunday in Brooklyn, the July air oppressive. You get on the subway, heading for the depths of the borough, someplace no one you know lives–yet. advertisement advertisement Off the train, phone and maps app in hand, you walk toward the pedestrian underpass of the noisy Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, meandering through a mix of residential buildings, bodegas, factories, and abandoned buildings. And then you find it: a huge, shady courtyard between two towering manufacturing buildings, strung with twinkling lights and tricked out with bars serving sangria, a taco stand, a dance floor, and most importantly, a DJ table. You’ve arrived at Mister Sunday, one of the best daytime dance parties in New York. A sweaty, multi-ethnic tangle of scantily clad twenty- and thirtysomethings in barely-there rompers and jorts rub shoulders and butts on the dance floor with young parents with babies on their hips and aging disco-era veterans. This throbbing, vibrant scene will play … [Read more...] about Gentrification, Inc.