Maybe this story will make you feel better about the ethics of at least some people on Wall Street, who also happen to be brilliant. Thankfully, for us. Or maybe it will make you wonder just how much money was …..
Recently The New York Times published stories regarding a PETA investigation of Thoroughbred racing. It was not pleasant reading and apologists for the sport were quick to point out how PETA sensationalizes that which is legal and humane along with …..
Even in the urban intensity of a Miami, and with a plethora of ways to “access content”, there is still the oasis of the radio late at night. It is live, solitary, singular. Like reading a book, it is where …..
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-ohare-train-crash-20140324,0,1750012.story From February 4, 1977, when the “L” train derailed at “The Loop”. Unlike today’s derailment, this one killed eleven people.
My analysis of this past weekend’s Tournament games had its high points
Sick of all the noise in the world of financial markets? Stick your money in a low-cost index fund or two and shut off CNBC and Bloomberg forever. Absolutely get rid of your stockbroker and financial advisor. End your subscription …..
Can’t wait for this weekend’s games in the Tournament. I’m not a big believer that if a superior team squeaks by this means much of anything. In fact, sometimes I think it acts as a wake-up call. That said, Pitt-Florida …..
An exceptional series of stories by The Miami Herald in an era of instant (superficial) analysis) and headlines passing for news. http://www.miamiherald.com/projects/2014/innocents-lost/
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been the tragically ultimate crowdsourcing for an answer. The journalists at the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, among others, have distinguished themselves with exhaustive reporting, dozens of nations are …..