The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mop of Danish Blend coffee, squeeze a chair by a pool and get prepared for a long-form weekend reads:
• The Trouble With Johnny Depp (Rolling Stone)
• How to get divided with financial rascal (Guardian)
• A Parlor Game during Rebekah Mercer’s Has No Get Out of Jail Free Card (New Yorker)
• How McKinsey Lost Its Way in South Africa (New York Times)
• How Atul Gawande landed a many unusual (or impossible) pursuit in health caring (Stat)
• All Ye Need to Know: The stupidity — and a prerequisite — of specifying scholarship from nonscience. (Weekly Standard) see also Bias detectives: a researchers essay to make algorithms satisfactory (Nature)
• The biggest authorised predicament confronting Uber started with a raise of puke (Wired)
• Where Is Barack Obama? The many renouned American, whose bequest is a primary aim of Donald Trump, has, for now, probably left from open life. (New York magazine)
• The chords of a universe: It’s no warn that arithmetic has shabby music. But did we know that a change goes both ways? (Aeon)
• Joe and a Whale: Joe Howlett gave his life to save an animal that might already be past a indicate of no return. After 10 centuries of annihilation, is there any approach to remove a repairs done? (The Deep)
Be certain to check out a Masters in Business interview this weekend with Todd Harrison, first partner and arch investment officer during a sidestep account CB1 Capital, that focuses on cannabinoid-based solutions and biopharmaceutical applications and therapies.
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