10 Wednesday AM Reads

My midweek morning train reads:

•  Why No One Wants to Talk About the Booming Economy (The Atlantic) but see Trump May Have Made Himself the Recession’s Scapegoat (Bloomberg)
• A Decade Later, How Has Andreessen Horowitz Changed Silicon Valley? (Worth)
• Family offices are diving into new markets (Financial Times)
• Yelp is Screwing Over Restaurants By Quietly Replacing Their Phone Numbers (Vice)
• How renting could affect your health (World Economic Forum)
• Why We Hate Taxes, and Why Some People Want Us To (Behavioral Scientist)
• More and deadlier: Mass shooting trends in America (Washington Post) see also Republicans Fear ‘Extinction in the Suburbs’ Over Gun Control (Bloomberg)
• How much warmer is your city? (BBC News)
• 30 to 50 feral hogs, explained (Vox)
• How does Tom Brady do it? It starts with science and ends with something less precise. (Washington Post)

What are you reading? Tell me here with #Reads.


The Booming, Ethically Dubious Business of Food Delivery

Source: The Atlantic

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