Russian Trolls and Wardrobe Malfunctions

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • Dow Theory shows market turmoil isn’t signaling a coming crash (USA Today)
  • Is a 3% Treasury Yield Good News or Bad? For Now, Investors Say Good (Wall Street Journal)
  • Sonos CEO Patrick Spence on how Sonos is contending with competitors Amazon, Google and Apple (Recode)
  • Mapping Capital Flows Into the U.S. Over the Last 30 Years (Council on Foreign Relations)
  • Long Before U.S. Election, Russian Trolls Were Spreading Disinformation (Wall Street Journal); see also Russia’s Election Interference Is Digital Marketing 101 (the Atlantic)
  • The Economy Is Getting Hotter. Is a Productivity Boom Next? (Upshot)
  • In our eyes, Google’s software sees heart attack risk (Washington Post)
  • In polarized era, fewer Americans hold a mix of conservative and liberal views (Pew Research Center)
  • How the Survivors of Parkland Began the Never Again Movement (New Yorker); see also In Parkland, the Kids Are Already Changing Things on Guns (Daily Beast)
  • “Barb, I Think He’s Had the Back End of That Set of Trousers Let Go on Him”: A gasp-filled history of skating wardrobe malfunctions. (Slate)

What are you reading?

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