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18th April 2015

Ritholtz's Reads: Chameleon of the Food World

Pour yourself a strong mug of Côte d’Ivoire coffee, and enjoy our longer form weekend reads.

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17th April 2015

Pashminadepot.com Was Never Really About the Pashminas

Nor was Hidden Ladder, Inc., about the ladders. It may have been about the hiding though.

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17th April 2015

New Starter Homes Hit a Dead Stop

Can you build a house for less than $200,000?

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17th April 2015

Netflix Wags Its Short Tail

The former poster child for the 'long tail' has turned into a very different kind of business.

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17th April 2015

Russia's Economy Steps Back from the Brink

The country has taken a big hit, but new data offer some hopeful signs.

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17th April 2015

How the Internet Became a Shame-Storm

There are few things people hate more than feeling shame. And yet, there are few things that people love more than shaming others.

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17th April 2015

Asia's Tough-Love Agenda for IMF

Emerging economies would do a lot differently if they were in charge of the IMF and World Bank.

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17th April 2015

Supply-Side Doom in Kansas

Cutting taxes is often sold as a way to stimulate the economy at little or no cost to government revenue. It doesn't work.

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17th April 2015

Curse of the IMF Chiefs

The detention of former IMF head Rodrigo Rato is another blow to the fund's already dismal reputation, which is weakening the institution.

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17th April 2015

Global Economy Loses Its (Ball) Bearings

Bleak sales of ball bearings and other basics suggest the global economy is far more fragile than most observers have acknowledged.

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17th April 2015

Clinton Brings Lobbyists in From the Cold

Obama restricted lobbyist donations to his campaigns. Those days are over.

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17th April 2015

Benner on Tech: WikiLeaks Reveals More Sony Secrets

Katie Benner’s roundup of the most interesting things in tech, today.

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17th April 2015

Baggage Fees, Office Theft and Cutting Costs

You can imagine lots of ways to cut costs, but many of them will turn out to be more trouble than they are worth.

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17th April 2015

Quirky IPOs and Rogue Brokers

Also earnings, job changes, and missed opportunities from the oil crash.

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17th April 2015

Crowdfunding? How About Crowdinvesting?

Why is the SEC dragging its feet in allowing entrepreneurs to sell small amounts of stock through crowdfunding websites?

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17th April 2015

Three Charts Explain the Student Loan Mess

Student loans make up almost half of the federal government's financial assets, a source of a big chunk of revenue.

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17th April 2015

Marco Rubio Isn't Barack Obama

Jonathan Bernstein's morning links.

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17th April 2015

Ritholtz's Reads: Mansions Owned by Criminals

It was a busy week, but it's not over yet, as futures warn of downside pressure in equities. Our morning train reads will get you ready.

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17th April 2015

Less Legroom in the Air, Less Safety

In addition to threatening one’s sanity and aching back, cramped airline seats could threaten passenger safety.

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17th April 2015

How to End India's Tax Terrorism

A complex system is too open to abuse.

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