My surprisingly WaPo-heavy Friday reads to finish up your week:
• Is bullish stock market story about to change? (USAToday) see also That’s what’s up. (The Reformed Broker)
• Better bonds could make retirement easier (Washington Post)
• Grim Picture of Recovery in Forecasts by Retailers (NYT) see also Spring retail sales tell a tale of two shoppers (Washington Post)
• The Shocking Stats About Who’s Really Starting Companies In America (Fast Company)
• NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds (Washington Post) see also Booz Allen Keeps Winning Government Security Contracts After Snowden Leak (Daily Beast)
• Engine: The History of a Concept, From 14th-Century Poetry to Google (Atlantic)
• Some Economic Implications of Global Climate Change (Econbrowser) see also Is Climate Change America’s new $60 trillion enemy? (MarketWatch)
• The App Store Rainbow (stratechery)
• Republicans’ big problem with crazy (The Guardian) see also New Conservative Plan: Repeal Obamacare or We’ll Default on the National Debt (Slate)
• Morford: Who’s afraid of a little sodomy? (SFGate)
Whats up for the weekend?
Apple still sells more computers than anybody else (Lenovo is close 2nd)
Source: Source: Cite World
Category: Financial Press
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