01/11/18 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Will Wealth Inequality Slay the Bull Market? (tonyisola)
  • Would actually winning Amazon’s ($AMZN) HQ2 hurt a city’s startup ecosystem? (qz)
  • 2017 saw a surge in agtech investments. (ft)
  • The meal-kit business is at a dead-end. (wsj)
  • Cities, like Indianapolis, that don’t win HQ2 could still actually thrive. (indianapolismonthly)
  •  Baby boomers’ failing ears drive search for a cure for hearing loss (bostonglobe)
  • Vanguard’s digital advice platform crosses $100 billion (financial-planning)
  • The Most Awful Train Station in America Could Get Unimaginably Worse (bloomberg)
  • Michael R. Bloomberg: A Seven-Step Plan for Ending the Opioid Crisis (bloomberg)
  • Research on whether investors do better with deal-by-deal fees or overall portfolio fees. (institutionalinvestor)
  • How the Rising Salary Cap Explains the NFL Playoffs (theringer)
  • Can life emerge after the fires of a supernova? (syfy)
  • Coworking isn’t about space it is about combating loneliness. (hbr)
  • VCs are like snowflakes. (yoheinakajima)
  • Six thoughts on the big Softbank/Uber cash out deal. (blog.semilshah)
  • Coinbase is acquiring valuable relationships with consumers. (venturebeat)
  •  Gov. Christie Bids Farewell, New Jersey Says Good Riddance (latimes)
  • Advisers at Leading Discount Brokers Win Bonuses to Push Higher-Priced Products (wsj)
  • Five reasons when a ‘No’ has nothing to do with you. (hackernoon)

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