Ritholtz's Reads

Anxiety, Murder and the Case for Humans

Here are your morning reads.

My time-to-go-home morning plane reads:

  • Nike Thought It Didn’t Need Amazon — Then the Ground Shifted (Wall Street Journal)
  • Away from the NFL spotlight, financial ruin drove Clinton Portis to the brink of murder (Sports Illustrated)
  • Hedge Fund Bosses Make the Case for Humans (Bloomberg)
  • A Detailed Look at Blue Apron’s Challenging Unit Economics (LinkedIn)
  • That new Seattle study is a big problem for fans of a higher minimum wage — or is it? (LA Times); see also Seattle’s higher minimum wage is actually working just fine (Washington Post)
  • The surprising benefits of anxiety (Quartz)
  • Put Down the IPhone and Appreciate Its Genius (Bloomberg View)
  • 20 reasons the GOP crashed and burned on health care (Washington Post) but see Whatever happens, the GOP is bringing us a whole lot closer to single-payer (Washington Post)
  • Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science? (the Guardian)
  • The planets, like grains of sand (Syfy Wire)

What are you reading?

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