My afternoon train reading:
• What’s good for American corporations isn’t necessarily good for Americans (Quartz) see also Musk’s $5 Billion Tesla Gigafactory May Start Bidding War (Bloomberg)
• Options investors are bracing for more wild swings in the coming weeks. (WSJ)
• Here Are The Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014 (Business Insider) see also How to Survive the Next Wave of Technology Extinction (NY Times)
• Why Is Apple Being So Nostalgic? (Currency)
• Where the Good and Bad Jobs Will Be, 10 Years From Now (The Atlantic Cities) see also Colorado First State to Clamp Down on Fracking Methane Pollution (Bloomberg)
• Potholes That Ate Indianapolis Devour U.S. City Budgets (Bloomberg)
• More Evidence That You Can’t Lure Entrepreneurs With Tax Cuts (Off the Charts)
• Constant Task Switching (Zen Habits)
• GWB Scandal: Release of previously redacted messages reveals new information (NorthJersey.com)
• Trolls just want to have fun (Science Direct)
What are you reading?
College Inequality: Selective Schools Don’t Have Any Poor Students
Category: Financial Press
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