Ritholtz's Reads: Biotech's Cancer Cure

Pour yourself a mug of slow brewed iced coffee,  and settle in for our longer form weekend reads.

Welcome to the weekend! Pour yourself a mug of slow brewed iced coffee,  and settle in for our longer form weekend reads:

  • The invention that could revolutionize batteries -- and maybe American manufacturing too (Quartz)
  • The Datafication of Business and Society (Pieria)
  • Biotech’s Coming Cancer Cure: Supercharge your immune cells to defeat cancer? Juno Therapeutics believes its treatments can do exactly that. (MIT Technology Review)
  • A World Without Work: For centuries, experts have predicted that machines would make workers obsolete. That moment may finally be arriving. Could that be a good thing? (The Atlanticsee also What Makes Work Meaningful? Ask a Zookeeper (JSTOR Daily)
  • The Rise of the Compliance Guru -- and Banker Ire: The real growth area in U.S. finance is compliance. That’s definitely a bummer for people trying to make money. Is it also bad for the economy? (Bloomberg)
  • The $80 Million Fake Bomb-Detector Scam -- and the People Behind It (Vanity Fair)
  • The Chemistry and Psychology of Turning Water Into Wine (Nautilussee also A Deep Dive Into The World’s Most Prestigious Water-Tasting Competition (Buzzfeed)
  • College athletes at major programs benefit from confluence of factors to sometimes avoid criminal charges (ESPN)
  • Documenting Evil: Inside Assad’s Hospitals of Horror (Vanity Fair)
  • L.A. to Nepal: America’s first responders, California Task Force Two follows disaster around the world. (California Sunday)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Evercore ISI’s Ed Hyman.

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