The Wall Street Journal

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Yikes, better sell that Uber/Lyft stock soon if you bought any: https://www.wsj.com/articles/california-governor-still-in-talks-with-uber-lyft-over-gig-workers-law-11568212014 Also, anyone have perspectives on Uber freight in Chicago? Good career opp or lots of problems carried over from core biz?

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Make politics boring again. I want to be able to check Sunday papers, watch the news a few times through week, and casually read WSJ. Not wake up listen to four podcasts to ensure world isn’t burning

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Any good sources of news without a paid subscription like the WSJ?

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What are you favorite paid subscriptions? I’ll go first: WSJ, NYT; HBO, Netflix, Spotify (w/ Hulu); Amazon. Debating adding HBR. (Free - Axios, morning brew, the essential, infatuation)

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Are there any particular sites you guys like to read up on whenever you find a few free minutes throughout your day? I generally just read some WSJ articles - looking for any other good recs

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What do fellow 🐠es read on a regular basis to enhance their world view - to learn more about politics, economics, finances and such? WSJ, Economist, HBR, others?

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Any recommendations for news app? I’m curious how everyone gets information daily. I will go first. WSJ app.

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when I started last year at PwC, the room with my fellow hires for the entire office was ~4:1 female> the wsj ran am article this weekend showing that college grads are nearly 3:2 female

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What do you guys use to stay up-to-date with your industry and just the general world? What publications/blogs/people do you use? Other than WSJ...

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