Tracking UPS deliveries and the US economy
Sugar subsidies "do the opposite of serve the public good"
Welcome to Adulthood
It pays to go to college -- sort of
Why labor's share of income is falling (don't blame robots)
Counterparties Edited by Felix Salmon & Ryan McCarthy
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"A selection of comments from Federal Open Market Committee meetings which resulted in laughter"
FOMC Minutes Reveal Little Known Long Time Fed Chair Tradition Of Pulling A Tiny Prank On Your Successor
Proof that we economists just aren't funny. MT @EconEconomics: Comments from FOMC meetings which resulted in laughter http://t.co/6ePvLUT1
RT @pdacosta: Geithner to Greenspan in 2006: "I’d like the record to show that I think you’re pretty terrific, too." http://t.co/oHoOx ...
Pedro da Costa:
Geithner to Greenspan in 2006: "I’d like the record to show that I think you’re pretty terrific, too." http://t.co/oHoOx3kn h/t @ryanavent
A selection of comments from Federal Open Market Committee meetings which resulted in laughter http://t.co/pZR2Eep8 #economist
Once-paralyzed athlete hit by car, is no longer paralyzed
A hapless Bain Capital analyst wrote to Nick Denton about investing in Gawker
The politics of Dillon, Texas
Philip Roth is collaborating (via email) on a novella with an 8-year old
"The role of America’s central bank has become largely literary"
The Romans were nanotech pioneers
Women in unions make more and have better benefits than non-union counterparts
Krups: to save money, buy our $2,500 coffeemaker
Hedge funds try to lose their "secretive, high fee, lightly-regulated" image, euphemisms ensue
The only thing worse than sponsored content is federally-regulated sponsored content
Sorry Twitter, one female board number isn't enough
Let's stop with the premature celebration of the end of Too Big to Fail
Richard Posner: The minimum wage should be 20% higher
Stonehenge may have been a musical instrument
Microsoft has created a smart bra to fight emotional eating
Nelson Mandela's unsung economic legacy
Selling Bitcoins is pretty tough
"Malinvestment is an inevitable consequence of doing business"
"Uptalk is becoming more prevalent and systematic"
The winners and losers of ultra-low interest rates (plus one big caveat!)
The crimes you can commit in a room by yourself
How to commit fraud and get away with it: a guide for CEOs
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