What I’m listening to.
Can these habits be turned to saving and investing?
How a clunky Swedish computer game is teaching millions of children to master the digital world.
Talking about immigration.
It is not “racist” to be concerned about the impact of mass immigration, Britain’s only Asian female Cabinet minister says.
The fuel behind Trump and Sanders.
Society splinters as bedrock of postwar economy is ‘hollowed out’.
Quote -- “Those Americans without a college degree stand out as experiencing a substantial loss in economic status,” the report says.
More Brexit fear mongering.
Osborne takes unusual step of prejudging Bank
Selling sin and guilt.
The comedian George Carlin used to say that he was a Roman Catholic “until I reached the age of reason.” For Carlin, that happened sometime in the eighth grade, when all his probing questions about faith were answered with, “well, it’s a mystery.” Of course, as a lifelong contrarian, Carlin also wondered if it was O.K. for a vegetarian to eat animal crackers.
The new leaders don’t out source.
An old management idea gets a new lease of life.
(ed’s note -- the Japanese model of relying on parts makers for as much as 70% of the value of their product created levels of precision that forced other non-Japanese makers to follow suit driven by just-in-time design manufacturing.)
Sanders breaks the mould on talking about Israel.
For the first hour or so, last night’s Democratic debate, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, was predictable. Bernie Sanders questioned Hillary Clinton’s judgment in voting for the Iraq War and spoke sarcastically about her refusal to release the transcripts of the paid speeches that she made for Goldman Sachs.
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