Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Daily News Roundup: I'm sick of numbers defining me like GPA, my SAT score, the number of first degree murder convictions I have, my credit rating.

Business & Finance:
Credit Suisse CEO blindsided by Bank's risky positions (Bloomberg)
Bullard sees case for April hike as inflation set to pick up (Bloomberg)
The benefits of inflation: airships could be returning for commercial travel (The Economist)
Commodities:
Ethanol bust adds to U.S. fuel glut and losses across corn belt (Bloomberg)
Hinkey Point will be built, says EDF boss (The Telegraph)
TransCanada taps JP Morgan to sell more than $7 billion in assets to help finance Columbia Pipeline takeover (The Financial Post)

International Affairs:
Barak Obama brings a message of friendship and human rights to Cuba (The Economist)
Environment:
GE is building America's first offshore wind farm (Clean Technica)
China reveals plans to continue wind and solar energy surge (Business Green)

Art & Design:
Acura is taking the NSX to GT3 (Slash Gear)
Photographs of the Holi celebration in India (Design You Trust)
Freshly taped beer on the go (Hi Consumption)
Skateboarding taken to a new level (Cool Material)

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