FURTHER FURTHER READING
- How robots can serve a growing senior population.
- “If human history turns on the tilt of the multiverse, can we still trust our ideas of achievement, progress and morality?”
- Brad DeLong’s list of 20 economic history books that will shift the ground beneath you.
- US budget visualisation.
- Responding to a collapse is more important than growth.
- The Olympics could be just what Japan’s economy needs.
- Timothy Taylor breaks down the declining labour share of US income.
- Diane Coyle reviews “Average is Over”.
Verizon set for blockbuster bond sale: “Verizon will sell a combination of fixed and floating-rate debt spread across six different maturities that range from three to 30 years as part of its $130bn acquisition of Verizon Wireless, according to a company filing with regulators.” (Financial Times)
Benign inflation adds to sense Chinese economy is recovering: “The Chinese economy found its feet in August, with inflation remaining subdued as exports rose more than expected, giving a rosier outlook for the second half of the year.” (Financial Times)
Carl Icahn abandons Dell pursuit with parting shot: “Carl Icahn has abandoned his attempt to thwart the buyout of Dell, once the world’s biggest maker of personal computers, paving the way for Michael Dell to take the company private in a $24.8bn deal.” (Financial Times)