My longer form reads for the weekend:
• Dallas Fed’s Richard Fisher: Money Makes the World Go Round (Texas Monthly)
• The Pixar Theory (Jon Negroni)
• The Craft Beer Movement (Priceonomics)
• William Sharpe: The Arithmetic of Active Management (Stanford)
• NFL Free-Agent Lawyer to Unlock $16 Billion in NCAA Athletes (Bloomberg)
• How do religions die? (The Guardian)
• Fault Line Splits Hollywood – literally (WSJ)
• Chinese Philosophy Lifts Off in America (Chronicle)
• How a Purse Snatching Led to the Legal Justification for NSA Domestic Spying (Wired)
• A New Theory on “Mark Twain” by Daniel Hernandez (Los Angeles Review of Books) see also Book Review: ‘David and Goliath’ by Malcolm Gladwell (WSJ)
What are you doing this weekend?
Markets Shrug at Shutdown Even as Debt Battle Looms
Category: Financial Press
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