Ritholtz's Reads

The Boss Talks About His First 'Real' Job

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Here are 19 random facts about Google on its 19th anniversary (Recode); see also The 5 biggest announcements from today’s Amazon hardware event (the Verge)
  • Why Ray Dalio Came Out of the Woodwork (Chief Investment Officer)
  • Retail Stores Made Elmira, N.Y., an Unlikely Success — Now They’re Gone: Famed for its trail-blazing mall, the city is more exposed to 2017’s brick-and-mortar carnage than almost anywhere in the U.S. (Wall Street Journal)
  • How To Make The Economy Grow (Collaborative Fund)
  • Puerto Rico’s not coming back (Statistical Ideas)
  • The Tenuous Logic Behind Republicans’ About-Face on Debt (Wall Street Journal); see also Supply-Siders Still Push What Doesn’t Work (Bloomberg View)
  • More people were arrested last year over pot than for murder, rape, aggravated assault and robbery — combined (Wonkblog)
  • How Breitbart Inflates Its Own Influence, and Why Washington Reporters Fall for It (Washingtonian)
  • Pitch black planet (Syfy Wire)
  • Bruce Springsteen on Broadway: The Boss on His "First Real Job" (New York Times)

What are you reading?

Half of Americans Think New Tax Plan Favors the Wealthy

Source: Wonkblog

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