Pour yourself a cup of Joe, and settle in for some of our longer form weekend reading:
• Michael Steinhardt, Wall Street’s Greatest Trader, Is Back — And He’s Reinventing Investing Again (Forbes)
• Peyton Manning Gets Better With Age (Grantland)
• The Day We Lost Atlanta (Politico)
• How the NSA Almost Killed the Internet (Wired)
• History of American Bandstand (Salient)
• This Is Danny Pearl’s Final Story (Washingtonian)
• Dogs Are Not People (Boston Review)
• Rough Patch for Uber Service’s Challenge to Taxis (NY Times)
• The Long Con: Mail-order conservatism (The Baffler)
• How I Lost My $50,000 Twitter Username (Medium)
What’s up for the weekend?
US Economy Shows Signs of Gearing Up
Category: Financial Press
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