Just a few of our favorite stories from the past week.
- New-Home Sales Jumped 26% in July, inventory of new homes available 4 sale lowest since data tracking began in ’63
- ‘Globalization makes many workers borderline-replaceable and nothing borderline-replaceable is expensive.’
- Brokers aren’t required by law to put your interests first and they’re fighting like hell to keep it that way
- Giving In to the Surveillance State: the NSA is building a 1 million square foot facility just to house all the data on YOU
- If Steve Jobs were still alive he could add the values of Microsoft, Intel and Google and still have more than $13B daylight for Apple
- You know what J.S. Bach’s business model was? Repairing organs for money. The music was usually for free
- So it turns out Bank of the Cascades lied to regulators about their financial health during the crisis