My easy like Sunday morning reads:
• Why Can’t the U.S. Treat Gun Violence as a Public-Health Problem? (The Atlantic) see also School shootings in the US keep happening again and again and again (CNN) .
• The Big ICO Swindle: Many cryptocurrency speculators are banking on the theory that someone dumber than them will buy their tokens for more than they paid. That’s a pretty good bet … until it isn’t. (Wired)
• Everyone is wrong on the internet, stock market returns edition (FT Alphaville)
• What Stands Between Bezos, Buffett, and Dimon and a Health-Care Fix (Bloomberg)
• The Story of the Johnsons, the Boisterous Dynasty That’s Taken Over Britain (Vice)
• What Color Is a Tennis Ball? An investigation into a surprisingly divisive question (The Atlantic)
• What To Do About Your Mediocre Sex Life (Real Clear)
• An Oral History of The Wire’s Unforgettable 5-Minute ‘F*ck’ Scene (Vulture)
• How Much Did Russian Interference Affect The 2016 Election? (FiveThirtyEight)
• Thirty-six minutes after the gold medal was won, the Olympics happened (Washington Post)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Kathryn Minshew, co-founder and chief executive officer of career-development platform The Muse. She has been named to the Forbes “30 Under 30 in Media” list, and honored as one of Inc.’s “15 Women to Watch in Tech.”
Health System Performance Scores
Source: Commonwealth Fund
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