Ritholtz's Reads: Don't Worry About the Robots
The endless parade of news never stops, which is why we bring you these hand-curated reads each morning:
- Vanguard Takes Keys to Pimco's Bond Kingdom (Investment News)
- America Inc. Gets Schooled on Wages (WSJ) see also Overlooked Data Shows Japan Wages Rising (Real Time Economics)
- Why Bank of America Probably Won't End up Actually Paying $17 Billion in Mortgage Securities Settlement (Financial Post)
- Nobel Economists Say Policy Blunders Pushing Europe Into Depression (Telegraph) see also Worse Than the 1930s: Europe's Recession Is Really a Depression (WonkBlog)
- Don't Fear the Robos, Advisors Can't Be 'Bot-Sourced' (Think Advisor)
- The Evolution of Warren Buffett's Career from 1936 to 2013 (Old School Value) see also 17 Facts About Warren Buffett and His Wealth That Will Blow Your Mind (Business Insider)
- Deadline: Newsroom Kickstarter Project (Kickstarter)
- A warm breeze, some puffy clouds, a summer day ... The weather on Titan, a billion kilometers from the sun (Slate)
- Police Are Operating With Total Impunity in Ferguson (Vox) see also I'm a Cop. If You Don't Want to Get Hurt, Don't Challenge Me. (Washington Post)
- A Four-Year-Old Reviews the French Laundry (The Bold Italic)
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