10 Wednesday AM Reads

My midweek morning train reads:

• The U.S. Only Pretends to Have Free Markets (The Atlantic)
• The sCAPEgoat (Of Dollars And Data)
• Retirement Planning That Protects Your $1 Million Savings For 20 Years (Investor’s Business Daily)
• Why Frontier Markets Hold Promise, with an Asterisk: Political unrest still can upend otherwise impressive growth. (CIO)
• The Finance Jobs I Didn’t Get (Institutional Investor)
• A Secretive Family Landing a $4 Billion Haul Has Everyone Guessing (Bloomberg)
• Drucker from A to Z: Known widely as the father of management, Peter Drucker formulated many concepts about business that we now take for granted. (Inc)
• Workin’ the Refs: Facebook allows prominent right-wing website to break the rules. (Popular Information)
• ‘Britney Spears is a genius’: Max Martin, the powerhouse of pure pop (The Guardian)
• Where to Eat Steak in New York That’s Not Called Peter Luger (Bloomberg)

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


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