Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Viral Farms and Blogging Heroes
It's finally starting to warm up, with temperatures a balmy 22 degrees. Here's what I am reading this morning:
• Investors Are Chastened. That's A Good Thing. (ProPublica), see also What's That You're Calling a Bubble? (Harvard Business Review)
• Support at Fed for Slow Stimulus Cuts (NY Times)
• The U.S. has a $7.25 minimum wage. Australia's is $16.88 (WaPo), see also Income Growth Has Stalled for Most Americans (MoJo)
• Wells Fargo's pressure-cooker sales culture comes at a cost (LA Times)
• Why business schools charge so much and pay their teachers so little (Quartz)
• The best and worst media errors and corrections in 2013 (Poynter)
• The Rise of Viral Farms (Priceonomics)
• Heroes of blogging (Noahpinion)
• How the NSA Threatens National Security (The Atlantic)
• Jerry Seinfeld here. Ask me anything. (Reddit)
What are you reading?
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