Netflix Secrets, Facebook Music and Dark Matter

Back to work with our morning train reads.

Back to work with our morning train reads:

  • The Great Labor Crunch: Employers around the U.S. are scrambling to find enough qualified workers, and that could keep a lid on economic growth. (Barron’s)
  • These secret Netflix codes unlock hidden show and movie categories (NY Post)
  • Dropbox Chief to Join Elite Ranks of Idea-to-I.P.O. Founders (New York Times)
  • How the Internet Is Changing Life for the World’s Poorest People (Smartphones Optional) (Wall Street Journal)
  • Stock Investors Will Benefit Most From Corporate Tax Overhaul (Bloomberg View)
  • Facebook looks to change the tune with move into music (Financial Times)
  • China’s Energy Weapon Comes in One Color: Green (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Apple’s Strategy for Controlling Sound (Above Avalon)
  • What we do and don’t know about how to prevent gun violence (Science News)
  • Dark Matter and the Earliest Stars (Sean Carroll)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with writer and media strategist Ryan Holiday, who is the former director of marketing for American Apparel. He is the author of six books, including “The Daily Stoic” and most recently “Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker and the Anatomy of Intrigue.”

This Bull Market’s Best-Performing Stock Is ... a Mall Owner

Source: WSJ

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