10 Sunday Reads

If its Sunday, its our more policy oriented reads:

• Mass shootings keep happening: Inside a Deadly American Summer. (New York Times)
• No One Wants to Hire the Fired Wells Fargo Branch Staffers (Wall Street Journal)
• Innovation and National Security: Keeping Our Edge (Medium) see also After 6 Years in Exile, Edward Snowden Explains Himself (Wired)
• Will there ever be a cure for chronic pain? It can feel like torture, destroy your life and cause you to doubt your own sanity. (1843)
• You Don’t Want Facebook Involved With Your Health Care: Big tech companies want to sell data about you to your doctors. (Slate)
• The Quiet Disappearance of Birds in North America: Though the continent has lost 3 billion birds since 1970, those losses are hard to glean because it’s the commonest species that have been hit hardest. (The Atlantic)
• George Conway and Neal K. Katyal: Trump has done plenty to warrant impeachment. But the Ukraine allegations are over the top. (Washington Post)
• Apple iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max review: Better, but not groundbreaking (Engadget)
• The Electoral College means Republicans have a 65% chance of winning if the popular vote is close. (Bloomberg) but see American Migration Patterns Should Terrify the GOP (The Atlantic)
• Summertime: George Gershwin’s Life in Music by Richard Crawford (Washington Post)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Sarah Ketterer, Chief executive officer and cofounder at Causeway, an international value manager with $52 billion under management. Ketterer was Morningstar International Manager of the Year in 2017.

 

Six in 10 Americans expect a recession and higher prices as POTUS approval rating slips

Source: Washington Post