Pour a tall cup of joe, settle in to your favorite easy chair, and enjoy our longer-form reads to begin your Saturday:
• How Russian Hackers Stole the Nasdaq (Businessweek)
• Visualizing Algorithms (Mike Bostock)
• The voodoo of lobster economics: Cheap at sea, pricey on the plate (Globe and Mail)
• The secretive billionaire who built Silicon Valley (Fortune)
• Content Used to Be King. Now It’s the Joker. (Medium)
• Tech’s Most Powerful Snoop (NY Mag)
• Will the rich live to 120 and the poor die at 60? (Aeon) see also Tales from the Genome (Seeking Wisdom)
• 45 Years Ago We Landed Men on the Moon (The Atlantic)
• Has Jeff Koons Become a Pillar of the Art Establishment? (Vanity Fair)
• The Worst Free-Throw Shooter (Pacific Standard)
Whats up for the weekend?
S&P 500 P/E Since 1900
Source: Chart of the Day
Category: Financial Press
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