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Thursday Morning Reads: Seven Billion and Counting

Thursday Morning Reads: Seven Billion and Counting

Great Hope everyone is having a great thursday morning. We’re almost at the weekend so hope has big plans for Halloween. Below are some good articles we have comprised for you to read so enjoy!

Seven Billion (The New York Times)

Demography: A Tale of Three Islands (The Economist)

The 99% (The Economist)

Entrepreneurs Who Go It Alone Do It By Choice (Time)

More Than 80% of Hedge Funds Underwater (Institutional Investor)

How Russian Tycoon Bought His Way Into Silicon Valley (Wired)

It’s Consumer Spending, Stupid (The New York Times)

Slim Says U.S. Should Fund “Real Economy” Not Banks (BusinessWeek)

Why Can’t You Tickle Yourself? (Stanford Research)

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Monday Morning Reads: The Reign of One Percenters

Monday Morning Reads: The Reign of One Percenters

Hope you all had a great weekend. While we all know Monday is the worst day of the week, we have just the right thing to brighten it up. Below are a list of great articles, enjoy!

The Reign of One Percenters (Orion Magazine)

Steve Jobs and the 7 Rules of Success (Yahoo! Small Business Advisor)

The Puzzle (The Economist)

7 Top Republicans Who Taxed the Super Rich (The Fiscal Times)

Making Fuel Out of Thin Air (CNN)

The Cost of Financial Ignorance (The Washington Post)

There Are Three Types of Innovation. Here’s How to Manage Them (Fast Co. Design)

Good at Chess? A Hedge Fund Might Want to Hire You (The New York Times)

Charles Darwin, Economist (The American Interest Magazine)

Tired of Ups & Downs, Investors Say, ‘Let Me Out!’ (The Wall Street Journal)

Peter Buffet Rocks Beijing (Fortune)

Steve Jobs Troubles With Venture Capital (GigaOM)

iMemorial: Steve Jobs Honored on Front Pages, Magazine Covers, News, & Tech Websites (Poynter)

Never Ask a Busy Person to Lunch. Here’s Why: (Both Sides of the Table)

NFL’s 11 Richest Entrepreneurs (Yahoo Small Business)

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