Austerity, Dark Matter and ... a Brexit Redo?
My morning train reads:
- Excess Management Is Costing the U.S. $3 Trillion Per Year (Harvard Business Review); see also Jack Bogle: The Undisputed Champion of the Long Run (Wall Street Journal)
- Ask Colorado Whether Infrastructure Spending Works (Bloomberg View)
- Why Airgas Was Finally Sold, for $10 Billion Instead of $5 Billion (DealBook)
- Austerity and the rise of populism (Coppola Comment)
- No "For Sale" Sign? Silicon Valley Buyers Aren’t Deterred (New York Times); see also Construction worker shortage weighs on hot U.S. housing market (Reuters)
- Fading College Dream Saps U.S. Economy of Productivity Miracle (Bloomberg)
- Should Britons get a "redo" on Brexit? Millions push for second referendum (Christian Science Monitor)
- Evolving App Store Business Models (David Smith)
- This Is Your Brain’s Default Setting -- Here’s How And When To Change It (Fast Company)
- A new class of galaxy has been discovered, one made almost entirely of dark matter (Speaking of Science)
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