Welcome to Adulthood
The awful job market for recent college grads is getting slightly less bad
Cars should be safe, legal, and rare
Jon Krakauer on class, risk, and regulation at 18,000 feet
Get rich or die younger: the shrinking lifespans of poor US women
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Newsweek is ending its print edition in 2013
Foursquare CEO: "Everyone is trying to kill us" (meaning his business)
YouTube pulling the plug on at least 60% of its original programming channels
Drivers like mass transit once they give it a try
BofA "sending a clear message that the bank only wants to be the mortgage lender to a select, small group of people"
How Samsung shocked geeks and became the biggest tech company in the world
Citi decides that Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay and Romania aren't part of its consumer banking plans
Deutsche Bank announces "deliberate" and "uncomfortable change", along with a $3 billion loss
Amex will soon provide you with what you never wanted: the ability to buy stuff on Twitter
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"The history of software is littered with people just as smart or smarter who did not end up as billionaires"
3 hrs ago
It's hard to get Aereo right when no one in the courtroom understands technology
3 hrs ago
Which briefcase full of money are you? A quiz
4 hrs ago
"Tired hacks have a near-monopoly on political opinion writing in the most important newspaper in the world"
Just An FYI
5 hrs ago
Everything is fooling you into eating crap
5 hrs ago
Amazon introduces a new, cheaper way to pay for some old HBO shows
JPGoldman Stanley intact: Basel eases counterparty limits
It's not PowerPoint's fault you are a boring speaker
Fun with arbitrary numbers: the trouble with measuring the speed of tech adoption
"The crimes reported there were real, but they actually happened somewhere else"
"Global megacities owe you nothing. Never forget that."
"Looking for Satoshi Nakamoto is how I procrastinate instead of playing 2048"
Tyler Cowen on Piketty
Dear Future Regulators
"At the end of the day, those self-regulating systems don't solve the insurance question"
Sean Parker wants to fix the broken political process by spending money
Actually good questions
"Who put Michael Lewis in charge of securities regulation?"
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