This Week in Infographics #45: #Winning and Losing

During a 2013 wild-card playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, rookie Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III fell to the turf after twisting his right knee. This first infographic takes a look at his injury and other information about ACL and knee injuries.

Next up we take a look at why Apple is “winning.” Apple is building one of the most stunning financial runs in the history of corporate America. This second infographic takes a look at Apple’s financial success.

Then we take a look at divorce trends in the United States. There are an estimated one million divorces every year in the U.S. This next infographic takes a look at why people aren’t getting married and why they are getting divorced.

As consumers, we make choices every day. This next infographic takes a look at how we make choices as well as how marketers take advantage of that knowledge.

Then we take a look at America’s favorite sports car, the Porsche 911. This next infographic takes a look at why American’s love the Porsche 911 and other great specs about the car.

Last but not least, we continue the auto trend with looking at the history of Audi luxury. This last infographic highlights some of Audi’s best cars and some history behind the luxury car brand.

1. Robert Griffin III Knee Injury


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2. Apple is #Winning

Apple is #Winning

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3. Broken Unions: Divorce in the U.S.


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4. Choice is an Illusion


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5. America’s Favorite Sports Car: Porsche 911


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6. Audi Luxury Throughout the Years


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  1. Great Portfolio.

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