My longer form weekend reading, nearly entirely FB free:
• Dalio’s World: Ray Dalio, fabled hedge-fund manager, says U.S. has done a “beautiful” job delevering, but sees a 30% chance Europe will stumble badly (Barron’s)
• How China’s Economy Must Change (The Diplomat)
• A Fish Story: How an angler and two government bureaucrats may have saved the Atlantic Ocean. (Washington Monthly)
• Arts and Crafts and Money: Is “hand-made” what we think it is? (The Morning News)
• The Man Who Took on Amazon and Saved a Bookstore (Forbes)
• Paper Tigers: What happens to all the Asian-American overachievers when the test-taking ends? (New York Mag)
• The Inquisition of Mr. Marvel On the (surprisingly complicated) legacy of Stan Lee (Grantland)
• Money Unlimited: How Chief Justice John Roberts orchestrated the Citizens United decision. (New Yorker)
• Dear New York Times & Wall Street Journal: How About Some Sensible Digital Subscription Pricing? (Daggle)
• Do We Really Know What Makes Us Healthy? (NYT)
What are you reading?
Facebook’s IPO Sputters
Category: Financial Press
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