How New York's Rents Got So Darn High
End of the year coming up fast. Finish the week with the finest morning train reads:
- These Are the Worst Airports in America (Bloomberg)
- Foot In Mouth: 33 Quotes From Big Corporate Execs Who Laughed Off Disruption When It Hit (CB Insights)
- America’s Largest Pension Fund: A 7.5% Annual Return Is No Longer Realistic (Wall Street Journal)
- Betting on Perfection (EconomPic Data); see also Expected Risk (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- OPEC Threatened by Tiny Oklahoma Town With Soaring Supplies (Bloomberg)
- The Drone Files (Columbia Journalism Review)
- This stunning Antarctic lake is buried in ice. And that could be bad news (Washington Post); see also Shrinking mountain glaciers are "categorical evidence" of climate change, scientists say (Washington Post)
- The Fateful Vote That Made New York City Rents So High (ProPublica)
- What Was James Comey Thinking? (Esquire)
- The 50 Best Wines Under $50 to Buy in 2017 (Bloomberg Pursuits)
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