Retail brokerages keep breaking Business Insider
Ratings agencies aren’t doing enough to anticipate market volatility Nouriel Roubini, Globe and Mail
Cheap Oil and Global Growth Project Syndicate
The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy FT Alphaville
How much do we really know about China’s stockmarket? Sidney Morning Herald (EM)
Return to Thaksinomics Nikkei Asian Review
From Greek comrade to nemesis Politico
Greek Q2 GDP growth revised up (yes, up) to 0.9% FT. “That is from the time immediately before capital controls came in, the impact of which will only be seen in the third quarter reading.”
Airbnb names ex-aide to Bill Clinton as policy chief Sidney Morning Herald (EM). Ka-ching.
‘The Teacher Shortage’ Is No Accident—It’s the Result of Corporate Education Reform Policies In These Times. Idea: More TFA scabs?
Black Injustice Tipping Point
Liberals Are Wrong to Separate Race from Class TNR. Rather, Democrats.
Micromanaging Cops? ‘Black Lives Matter’ Can Try Bloomberg. Oddly, or not, McArdle praises ending “civil forfeiture” but has nothing to say about ending “‘for-profit policing,’ in which communities use fines as a substitute for taxes.”
What happened when Brad Pitt and his architects came to rebuild New Orleans WaPo
Lawyers plan challenge to arrests based on secret cellphone tracking USA Today. Stingrays in Baltimore.
How to Prevent Your Local Searches From Being Sent Over the Internet How to Geek. No, you probably didn’t expect and don’t want to send your SSN to a remote server just because you searched your own machine for it.
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