Ritholtz's Reads

Return of the Governator and Linking Brains

Here are your morning reads.

Our Federal Open Market Committee-free 25 basis-point morning train reads:

  • IPOs Used To Pull In Investors (ETF)
  • The Entrepreneur with the $100 Million Plan to Link Brains to Computers (MIT Technology Review)
  • Intel, Mobileye, and Smiling Curves (Stratechery); see also How Microsoft built its Slack competitor (the Verge)
  • A Conversation with Apple store creator Ron Johnson (Recode)
  • A Safer Road Map Toward Self-Driving Cars (Bloomberg)
  • Is Your Stuff Safe in the Cloud? (Wall Street Journal)
  • A Major New Study Shows That Political Polarization Is Mainly A Right-Wing Phenomenon (WGBH); see also Study: Breitbart-led right-wing media ecosystem altered broader media agenda (Columbia Journalism Review)
  • Are Teenagers Replacing Drugs With Smartphones? (New York Times)
  • Schwarzenegger for Senate? California GOP circles are buzzing about the prospect of the Governator serving in Donald Trump’s Washington. (Politico)
  • Astronomers find a black hole eating a white dwarf (Syfy Wire)

What are you reading? 

The Debate Over Quantitative Easing

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