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How good is it? How bad is it? – Modi, as a Delhi outsider, has shut down access to power and its benefits – By Monika Halan – Link here

The court that rules the world – A parallel legal universe, open only to corporations and largely invisible to everyone else, helps executives convicted of crimes escape punishment. Part one of a BuzzFeed News investigation – Link here

Meet the Greater Honeyguide, the Bird That Understands Humans – Link Here

The EpiPen was her ‘baby.’ Now this pharma CEO is in the hot seat over price hikes – Link here

Busting the billion-dollar myth: how to slash the cost of drug development – A non-profit organization is proving that new drugs don’t have to cost a fortune. Can its model work more broadly? – Link here

Gut reaction: the surprising power of microbes – Most of us think of microbes as germs to be feared and killed. In fact they hold the key to improving our health – and may be the key to tackling obesity – Link here

After US and China, India is the third-largest market for morning after pills – Link here

Yuval Noah Harari on big data, Google and the end of free will – Link here

How should we read investor letters? – Considering the correspondence between C.E.O.s and shareholders as a literary genre – Link here

Today’s Inequality Could Easily Become Tomorrow’s Catastrophe – By Robert J. Shiller – Link here

The other side of Warren Buffett – Don’t Buff it up – An investing hero is not a model for how to reform America’s economy – Link here and here is reply by Fortune on same – Link here

A 1977 Warren Buffett Interview from the WSJ Archives – Link here

Why being bilingual helps keep your brain fit – Most people in the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain evolved to work in multiple tongues. If so, asks Gaia Vince, are those who speak only one language missing out? – Link here

Finland’s Basic Income Experiment Is Too Timid – Link here

 

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