Tax Havens, Global Warming and Funny People

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My midweek morning train reads:

  • From Rust Belt to Robot Belt: Turning AI into jobs in the U.S. heartland (MIT Technology Review); see also How Tech Companies Conquered America’s Cities (New York Times)
  • Angelo Mozilo Is Unrepentant. But There’s No Second Act for the Head of Defunct Lender. (Wall Street Journal)
  • Hedge funds boost “responsible investment” strategies (Financial Times)
  • How Much Do Tax Havens Cost the Rest of Us? (Barron’s)
  • Why Are Millions Paying Online Tax Preparation Fees When They Don’t Need To? (ProPublica)
  • Looking for signs of global warming? They’re all around you (AP); see also Climate change will make rice less nutritious, putting millions of the world’s poor at risk (the Conversation)
  • Buyers tied to Russia, former Soviet republics paid $109 million cash for Trump properties (McClatchy)
  • Science Isn’t Broken (FiveThirtyEight)
  • The facts about Trump’s policy of separating families at the border (Washington Post)
  • Tina Fey and the 40(ish) Most Powerful People in Comedy (Hollywood Reporter)

What are you reading?

Undocumented immigrants are considerably less likely to commit crime than citizens

Tax Havens, Global Warming and Funny People

Sources: Cato Institute, Wonkblog 

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