Apple's Big Event and Trouble in Trumpland

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My taco Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Apple Needs to Reinvent Itself. It Just Might Be Doing So. (New York Times); see also WWDC 2017: Everything important Apple announced at its big event (Recode)
  • How to Invest in the U.S. Without Even Trying (MoneyBeat)
  • William Sharpe is Tackling the Thorniest Problem in Finance (Bloomberg View); see also The World’s $100 Trillion Question: Why Is Inflation So Low? (Bloomberg)
  • Finance blogger wisdom: confident statements (Abnormal Returns)
  • The Courts Still Say No One Knows What Causes Segregation. A New Book Argues That’s Absurd. (Slate); see also Housing Is Shamefully Segregated. Who Segregated It? (Slate)
  • The Riddle of the Wall Street Brain Drain (Bloomberg View)
  • Trump contradicts homeland security secretary (AP); see also Trump National Security Team Blindsided by NATO Speech (Politico)
  • Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election (the Intercept)
  • Tracking how many key positions Trump has filled so far (Washington Post); see also Some U.S. Diplomats Stage Quiet Revolt Amid Tensions With Trump (New York Times)
  • The 50 Best TV Theme Songs of All Time (Paste)

What are you reading?

The World’s $100 Trillion Question: Why Is Inflation So Low?

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