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What Happens When Google Thinks You're Dead

Here are your morning reads.

My end-of-week, end-of-year morning work-from-home reads:

  • The Year in Money: Market highs, a venture capital boom, and record-low unemployment (Bloomberg)
  • The Economics Debate, again and again (Dani Rodrik)
  • How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web (Wired)
  • The Greatest Story Ever Told (Collaborative Fund)
  • When to Sell Bitcoin: A regret minimization strategy (Bloomberg View); see also Bitcoin Plunges 25 Percent in 24 Hours in a Cryptocurrency Market Rout (Wall Street Journal)
  • These three strategies can help you master any subject (Quartz)
  • Google Thinks I’m Dead (New York Times)
  • Puerto Rico governor vows midterm revenge for tax bill (Politico)
  • The Texas Gerrymandering Trial Could Change All of America (Vice); see also This Is How Gerrymandering Works (New York Review of Books)
  • LeBron James Keeps Getting Better With Age (Wall Street Journal)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Ric Edelman, co-founder and chairman of Edelman Financial Services LLC, an independent financial consultancy managing $18 billion.

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Source: Bloomberg

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