Ritholtz's Reads

Millennials, Endowments and Monkey Selfies

Here are your morning reads.

My baguette-and-cafe-au-lait midweek morning train reads:

  • Why American Workers Pay Twice as Much in Taxes as Wealthy Investors (Bloomberg)
  • It Distracted Us. It Gave Us Uber. It Made Selfies a Thing. (New York Times)
  • 5 facts about millennial households (Pew Research)
  • The Man Running University of California’s Lean, Mean Endowment Machine (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • New analysis suggests Fox News is working, shifting votes to R column (Ars Technica); see also Bias in Cable News: Persuasion and Polarization (American Economic Association)
  • Russia and China are proving Trump right on North Korea: They hold all the cards (Quartz)
  • What 100-Year-Old Hurricanes Could Teach Us About Irma (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Mueller haunts the West Wing (Axios)
  • Who Owns a Monkey Selfie? Settlement Should Leave Him Smiling (New York Times)
  • The 50 Best Wines Under $50 to Buy in 2017 (Bloomberg)

What are you reading?

Census Bureau: U.S. middle-class incomes reached highest-ever level in 2016

Source: Washington Post

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