Counterparties Edited by Felix Salmon & Ryan McCarthy
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Nobody seems to be talking about looming $500 billion cuts to Head Start, childcare and AIDS programs
Friendly's just dealt death-blow to America's Fribble industry
The connection between rising black unemployment and the shrinking public sector
28% of US households conduct "financial transactions outside the mainstream banking system"
Mortgage rates keep falling, and so does lending
The mega-merger that could turn the music industry into an effective monopoly
China is the new "world's capital of diabetes"
You can't say that on the internet: "the emergence of new, algorithmic gatekeepers"
What it's like to deliver bad news for a living (hint: bad)
How the rich and the poor spend money
"Why frustrated second sons and medieval Anglo-Scottish border violence (partly) explain US healthcare costs"
McKinsey’s airy platitudes bode ill for its next half-century
Why the gender gap will eventually close
"If Marriott wants its housekeepers to earn more, it should pay them more"
Important Wine News
There is no great stagnation
Strange Bloomberg Headlines
"Is Everybody Single?"
Uber But For...
"Clients don’t have to interact with the cleaner if they don’t want to, which makes it feel as though they’re ordering a product, not human labor."
Peter Thiel passes Go, collects $200, and channels his inner Rockefeller
Pethokoukis: Reaganomics should not be a straitjacket
Vultures Vultures Everywhere
Argentina's Congress passed a bill to reroute its bond payments through local banks
Cost-cutting hedge fund hates fun, advises Olive Garden that unlimited breadsticks are inefficient
Why Stockholm is the hardest place in the world to rent an apartment
Newest Scotland independence poll has No at 52, Yes at 48
Americans continue to work longer, weirder hours than everyone else
Your annual roundup of large corporations trying to tweet about 9/11
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