Ritholtz's Reads: Fed Decision to Hold Steady Was a 'Close Call'
Without further ado, my Tuesday morning train reads:
• Pushing back on exorbitant drug prices (Incidental Economist)
• Apple Targets Electric-Car Shipping Date for 2019 (WSJ)
• DoL Fiduciary Proposal: How Tech is a Game Changer (Financial Planning)
• A Bizarre Thing Happened in Texas: Wind power was so plentiful in Texas that producers sold it at a negative price. (Slate) see also Saudi Arabia squandered its groundwater and agriculture collapsed. California, take note. (Vox)
• David Letterman Will Explore Climate Change For National Geographic Docu-Series (Variety)
• Yale’s Sonnenfeld: Why I Still Think Fiorina Was a Terrible CEO (Politico) see also The Meaning and End of The Donald: The Definitive Guide to the Meaning of the Rise of Donald Trump and a Look at the Exact Place Where it Will End. (Medium)
• The Milky Way’s Missing Mass: Partially Found (Scientific American)
What are you reading?
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