Apologies for delayed Further Reading today. Just been reading the FT’s big read on the implosion of Vice. That it was once valued at nearly $6bn remains one of the wonders of the modern world, our Library of Alexandria, Colossus or Great Wall.
Elsewhere on Thursday . . .
— Tokyo’s trash-collecting samurai takes a fun, zany approach to cleanup (The World)
— Measuring the financial stability real interest rate, R** (NY Fed)
— Dinosaurs on long-termism (Dinosaur Comics)
— Company earnings guidance is wrong about 70 per cent of the time (Bloomberg)
— How your brain tells the difference between real and imagined (Quanta)
— Only 11 people file most challenges against schoolbooks in the US (Washington Post)
— Quackonomics (The American Prospect)
— To understand big corporations, understand how they got that way (HBR)
— Back to square one on the Russia sanctions? (The Overshoot)
— Brexit: Infinity War (The Critic)
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