(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My morning long-weekend reads:
- Inverted Yield Curve Warning: Is It Different This Time? (Chief Investment Officer)
- Hockey Players — and Asset Managers — Once Could Hip-Check Their Way Through a Game. That’s No Longer Enough. (Institutional Investor)
- “This Is Unbelievable”: A Hedge Fund Star Dims, and Investors Flee (Wall Street Journal)
- Is it great to be a worker in the U.S.? Not compared with the rest of the developed world. (Wonkblog)
- U.S. Auto Sales Remain Strong, But Tariffs Could Squash Momentum (Wall Street Journal); see also Home prices and mortgage rates rise, supply falls (CNBC)
- The Privilege of Knowledge (Of Dollars And Data)
- iOS App Store’s all-time top game made $4 billion to top app’s $1 billion (VentureBeat)
- Our natural world is disappearing before our eyes. We have to save it (the Guardian)
- Ready for Vacation? Here’s the Best Tech for Trip Planning (New York Times); see also Cruises Are So Uncool They Are Cool (New York Times)
Be sure to check out our bonus July 4th Masters in Business interview with former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber.
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