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10 Tuesday AM Reads

My two-fer-Tuesday morning train reads: • Millennials aren’t big spenders or risk takers, and that’s going to reshape the economy (LA Times) • My First Gulfstream: A top entrepreneur joins the elite fraternity of private-jet owners. Sixteen months, $12 million, and thousands of F.A.A. regulations later, he assesses the ride. (Vanity Fair) • Google and the Limits of Strategy… Read More The post 10 Tuesday AM Reads appeared first on The Big Picture.
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