Panic, Destiny, Innovations and Doubts
Looks like another day of bounce-back. Start it off right with the finest morning train reads in the land:
- Brexit Panic Is Overblown: European markets are now in turmoil following Brexit vote but long-term charts show little technical change (Barron’s)
- Asset Owners Firing Funds-of-Funds -- And Hiring Their Talent (Chief Investment Officer)
- How the Smart Money Got the Brexit Vote Wrong (Strategy+Business)
- If Demographics Are Destiny … (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- Richard Branson: 65 innovations that changed my life (Virgin)
- A Revitalized Cleveland Is Ready for Its Close-Up (New York Times)
- The Good News at the Washington Post, Trump’s Least-Favorite Paper (New York)
- Top science groups tell climate change doubters in Congress to knock it off (Washington Post)
- The rise of self-learning software (Recode)
- Faux-bama, apparently, is a thing (Washington Post)
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