10 Sunday read – big picture

Avoid the eyes! Mine Sunday morning See Incompetence, Corruption and Policy Failure:

A Shipping chaos is the latest sign that capitalism is eating itself up Capitalism relies on a network of privately owned infrastructure, with shipping at its core – but now the industry is in turmoil as the profits of the tenant corporations push the world system into recession. (Tribune)

A When I first saw Elon Musk who he really was CEO mythmaking often obscures an ugly truth. People are finally taking stock of it. (Slate) See more When Elon Musk dreams, his employees have nightmares: Tesla buyers did not receive the promised software update. Cars still can’t run without people. But every year since then he has repeated different versions of this claim. (New York Times)

A Like capitalism, business journalism has collapsed. Can it be fixed? The New York Times reporter talks with David Giles about the explosion of capitalism, the failure of the business press to tell that story, and how it can do better now. (Ink)

A Zombie firms are slowly dying in the United States as the end of the easy credit era approaches. Rising rates are reshaping the corporate borrowing landscape.

A Jackson Palmer Griffiths, Crypto Bubbles and Pauline Hanson, creators of Australian Dozcoin The Australian co-creator of a meme coin, now one of the world’s most valuable cryptocurrencies, has denounced the technology. Now, she is ready to explore the world of Grifting. (Creek)

A Judge Kenneth Casebro ruled the memo was “probably part of a criminal attempt to overthrow the election”: We’ve reached a point where Republican leaders no longer believe that in policy the founders of the nation mentioned in the Declaration of Independence that governments “get their fair share of power from the consent of those in power.” (Letter from an American)

A An annoying new pattern in mass shooting: young assassins Six of the nine deadliest mass shootings in the United States since 2018 were by people 21 years of age or younger, a change from previous decades. (New York Times)

A Faces of Chinese Uyghur concentration camps Thousands of photographs from the center of a highly secretive mass detention system in Xinjiang, China, as well as a shoot-to-kill policy for those trying to escape, are among the huge caches of data hacked from the region’s police computer servers. (BBC)

A The astonishing hypocrisy of the authorities who are blaming mental illness for the mass shootings. The problem with this is that it’s just wrong. Evidence does not suggest that mental illness is the cause of gun violence. Beard. And unusually enough, these same elected officials have decided not to do anything to help mental health even as they point the finger at it as a problem. (Slate) See more Uvalde’s “back-to-blue” standards clash with anger over police response to Texas worst school shooting The conservative, predominantly Hispanic city has long supported law enforcement. But some are wondering how – or if – the sharply criticized response to the shooting will change that. (Texas Tribune)

A Racist and violent ideas leap from the web to mainstream sites. Despite some efforts by the biggest tech companies to limit the spread of hateful content, it is often just a click or two away. (New York Times)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Dan Chung, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Alzar Management, which manages $ 35.3 billion in client assets. After graduating from Harvard Law Review, he served as Law Clerk for the Honorable Justice Anthony M. Kennedy of the United States Supreme Court. On September 11, the firm lost 35 people, including its CEO, and donated the Alger 35 ETF in their memory.

These 25 rainbow-waving companies have donated $ 13 million to anti-gay politicians since 2021.

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