Friday, April 29, 2016

Daily News Roundup: I Have Complete Faith In The Absurdity Of Whatever Is Going On

Business & Finance:
Unmasking the men behind Zero Hedge, Wall Street's renegade blog (Bloomberg)
Midas Letter: Fudged U.S. employment data feeds economic disparity (Financial Post)
Alphabet, Fiat and Chrysler close to deal on self-driving car partnership (Financial Post)
Eurozone economy finally recovers to pre-crisis levels (The Telegraph)
China's recent economic upturn will be short-lived (The Economist)

Commodities:
Oil market deja vu triggers predictions of a return to $30 (Bloomberg)

International Affairs:
Japan's Abenomics "dead in the water" after U.S. currency warnings (The Telegraph)
Where refugees are detained (The Economist)

Environment:
Indian Wind Energy eyes funding from Canadian and Dutch pension funds (Clean Technica)
U.S. wind energy sector booming (UPI)
Sunshine Coast builds Queensland's first ever council solar farm (Brisbane Times)

Art & Design:
Jerry Can mini bar cabinets (Hi Consumption)
"Disintegrating" by Fabian Oefner (Hi Consumption)
The "World According To Star Wars" by Cass R Sunstein (Werd)