My afternoon train reading:
• The Rise of Corporate Impunity (ProPublica)
• How Google Can Steal Facebook’s Candy (Bloomberg View) see also Zuckerberg to Obama Channel Jobs in Search for Alone Time (Bloomberg)
• SEC examining high-frequency timing advantages (WSJ)
• What Piketty’s Conservative Critics Get Wrong (The Baffler) see also Piketty and immiseration of the capitalists (Separating Hyperplanes)
• Poll: Americans want the U.S. to reduce its role in world affairs (WSJ)
• A Federal Judge Searches for Voter Fraud in Wisconsin and Finds None (The Atlantic) see also GOP’s voter ID sham shot down: Why a federal court said no way (Salon)
• 7 Ways To Knock An Hour Off Your Work Day (FastCo)
• Ali Rowghani has the hardest job at Twitter: making it simple for new users. (WSJ)
• Despite Pentagon spending cap, wish list gives projects such as Boeing’s Growler jet another chance at funding. (Washington Post)
• Here’s why you just got unfriended on Facebook (Vox)
What are you reading?
Asia’s Export Engine Sputters
Category: Financial Press
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