(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My back-to-work morning train reads:
- Study: Charts change hearts and minds better than words do (Washington Post)
- Preparing Berkshire for a Future Without Buffett (Barron’s)
- 16 Years Late, $13 Billion Short, But Optimistic: Where Growth Will Take the Music Biz (Redef)
- None of Us Understand Probability (RCM Alternatives)
- Happy Anniversary, Amazon-Whole Foods. What’s Changed? (Bloomberg Opinion); see also Attention, Amazon Prime Members Who Shop at Whole Foods: You’re in Luck (Wall Street Journal)
- Nuclear Power Won’t Survive Without a Government Handout (FiveThirtyEight)
- Are Americans Fleeing Cities for Suburbs? Not So Fast. (Citylab)
- Idiocracy? IQ scores are falling and have been for decades (CNN)
- “What’s He Doing Here?”: Inside Trump’s Turbulent Relationship With Michael Cohen (Wall Street Journal)
- Best Q&A you’ll read this week: Here’s Amy Poehler (the Poke)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with former U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, discussing trade wars and tariffs, immigration and North Korea. Mitchell was instrumental in negotiating a peace agreement in Northern Ireland and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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