Some longer form columns for your weekend reading pleasure:
• Drivers Pay WTF?! Secret Road Tax in $15 Billion for Car Repair (Bloomberg)
• Leaving Wall Street (n+1)
• The reporter who saw Subprime coming (Columbia Journalism Report)
• Myth Of Decline: U.S. Is Stronger and Faster Than Anywhere Else (The Daily Beast)
• The A/B Test: Inside the Technology That’s Changing the Rules of Business (Wired)
• Coming to America: Americans have always loved Tocqueville (Claremont)
• What do debutante balls, the Japanese tea ceremony, Ponzi schemes and doubting clergy all have in common? The social cell (New Statesman)
• Cuckoo! Our body clocks have social jet lag. And it’s making most of us a little crazy. (NY Mag)
• The Art of the Heist: Valuing Art through Its Theft (Bookslut)
• Delta Dawn: How Sears, Roebuck & Co. midwifed the birth of the blues (Reason.com)
What darkness lies in the hearts of men?
A Tale of Two Continents
Category: Financial Press
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