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Elsewhere on Thursday…— “In September 2015, the multi-millionaire engineer at the heart of the patent and trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo, Google’s self-driving car company, founded a religious organization called Way of the Future” (Wired)—JP Konig on “The siren call of T+0”–Tech salaries are highest in Charlotte, NC after accounting for lower living costs (Indeed)–The Federal Reserve has published its triennial 1200+ page chartpack on the distribution of wealth and income–“Even the first daughter isn’t immune to pressures on Manhattan’s rental market, which is suffering from an oversupply” (Bloomberg)–“The proof that most publishers are getting the pivot to video wrong is how terrible the video user experience is for viewers. If video were comparable to text-based digital

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Matthew C Klein
I write about the economy and financial markets for Bloomberg View. Before that I wrote for The Economist. I have worked at the world’s largest hedge fund and read every FOMC transcript since May, 1987

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