Max Nisen is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering biotech, pharma and health care. He previously wrote about management and corporate strategy for Quartz and Business Insider.

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On Sale
Shareholders may resent Nordstrom's founding family for trying to take the company private on the cheap, but should remember it's cheap for a reason.
Source: Bloomberg
Back in the Game
The Trump administration seems worried about bond market liquidity, but the market has already moved on.
Source: Company filings
The Biggest Uncertainty
Theresa May's narrowing lead in the polls is creating less market uncertainty than you might think.
Source: Bloomberg
Glitter and Tinsel
Look a littler closer at Chow Tai Fook's return to revenue growth, and it looks a lot less shiny.
Source: Company reports

And don't miss Shira Ovide on technology's need for a human touch: "Sometimes computers are dumb. I don't know why Amazon keeps nudging me to buy glass cleaner. And picking things based on your tastes means you may never break out of your comfort zone and listen to a song that you couldn't imagine you would like. The same is true with computer-aided social network feeds like Facebook."

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