This week’s collection of longer form journalism, expertly curated for your weekend reading pleasure:
• Paul Volcker: Hard Money Man (Boston Review)
• The Business of Phish (priceonomics)
• Terminal Illness: Readers’ Best and Worst Airports (Freakonomics)
• My Time at Lehman (Thoughts from Brooklyn, NY)
• Does BuzzFeed Know the Secret? (NY Magazine)
• Peeping Toms: A history of real estate voyeurism (New Republic)
• A Point of View: Science, magic, and madness (BBC)
• Tomgram: Engelhardt, The Cathedral of the Enemy (Tom Dispatch)
• Puzzling Behavior (FA Magazine)
• Boomers Push Doctor-Assisted Dying in End-of-Life Revolt (Bloomberg)
Whats up for the weekend?
Poor little rich countries: The wealthy economies are in for a tough year
Category: Financial Press
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