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Jordan Fraade on the latest ECB meeting
Janet Yellen's Jackson Hole speech: We might raise rates sooner than you expect. Then again, we might not.
Light weekend reading: All of the Jackson Hole papers
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The golf business is not doing well
Tangentially related: This is going to be terrible for the insider trading business
The decline of the American vacation
The rise of suburban poverty in America
From us: Mapping demographic shifts in Ferguson
Colgate Total's dangerous chemical ingredient, and the FDA process that approved its use
From 2011: why the FDA looked more favorably on triclosan in toothpaste than other consumer products
"The balance of power in the job market is shifting slowly toward employees from employers"
Semi-regular reminder: your open plan office makes you sad, bad at working
Good Luck With That
Twitter wants direct messaging to replace email
Lake houses are superior to beach houses
"Strait-laced government officials and the lawyer with the radical agenda beat the most expensive legal talent Wall Street could assemble"
Why you need a healthy amount of uncertainty in an economy
"There was always work in Syria for a freelance journalist, if you wanted it"
BREAKING: Economy Continues to Stagnate
How letting women fail can help them succeed
“I’m not actually sure if anyone knows whether [ISIS's money] is in the formal financial system”
"Computers need not be just like humans to do human jobs"
The US is "enforcing laws differently based on race, but also based on class"
When Do We Start Calling This “The Greater Depression”?
Trying to live the American dream as an undocumented immigrant
Cats 4 mortgages: what could go wrong?
Carl Icahn is going to get to the Ice Bucket Challenge soon, but right now he's busy making money
Leaked UN report on climate change: "severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems..."
“The family is not liable for the debts, something we informed them of — that is, if they asked”
Can Mario Draghi save the euro again?
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