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10 Wednesday AM Reads

My sigh mid-week morning train reads: • How Brokerage App Robinhood Got Millennials To Love The Market (Fast Company) • The question isn’t why Merck’s boss quit Trump’s CEO council; it’s why any other CEOs are staying (Los Angeles Times) see also Standing Up to Trump Is Good for Business (Bloomberg View) • What economists study: A guide for the… Read More The post 10 Wednesday AM Reads appeared first on The Big Picture.
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