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9 Books Bill Gates Thinks Everyone Should Read — Including Violence, Extinction, And Teddy Roosevelt


While Bill Gates has a schedule that's planned down to the minute, the entrepreneur-turned-billionaire-humanitarian still gobbles up about a book a week.  Aside from a handful of novels, they're mostly nonfiction books covering his and his foundation's broad range of interests.

MARKETS TANKING — DOW OFF 250


Watch out. Markets are sliding. The S&P is off 25 (1.3%). The Dow is off 252 (1.4%). The Nasdaq is off 73 points (1.6%) One interesting area of weakness: Airlines, which might have something to do with Ebola fears, now that we've had the first Ebola case in the US.

Here's What It Feels Like To Have Ebola


If you think you have Ebola but have not had close contact with someone visibly ill from Ebola, you can officially relax.

A NYC Wealth Management Firm Created A Super Cheap Way For Young People To Get Professional Investment Help


Traditionally, having a money manager is a luxury afforded only to those with significant wealth. As technology has improved and advising has gotten cheaper, the threshold for "significant" has gotten lower.

Google HR Boss Describes His Ideal Length For A Résumé


"Keep it under one page!" "No, include every detail!" You've probably heard conflicting advice when it comes to how long your résumé should be.

The World’s Most Michelin-Starred Chef Is Coming Back To New York


New York City foodies are having a fantastic week.  Not only did Michelin reveal its 2015 restaurant ratings for the Big Apple on Tuesday, but it was announced Wednesday that world-renowned chef Joël Robuchon is set to reopen his famous L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in New York’s Battery Park City.

Apple's Design Guru Jony Ive Really Likes This $1,100 Lamp From A Famous Italian Designer (AAPL)


Vogue magazine profiled Apple's design leader, Jony Ive.  In the profile, we get a sense of what things he likes.

Bill Belichick Refuses Talk About His Team's Problems, Gives The Same Answer 5 Times In A Row


Amid rising concerns about the construction of his team's roster, Bill Belichick stonewalled the media in classic Belichick fashion at his press conference on Wednesday.

When The Dallas Ebola Patient First Went To The Hospital, He Was Sent Home With Antibiotics


When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained the timeline surrounding the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed on US soil, one detail stood out: The patient, who had recently returned from Liberia, first sought care on September 26 — but he was not admitted to the hospital until he returned two days later.

Facebook Might Change Its 'Real Name' Policy Today (FB)


It looks like the battle between Facebook and drag queens might soon be over.  Over the past several weeks, Facebook has started cracking down on the names people are using on the site in an effort to "keep our community safe." Facebook forces people to use the name that's on their driver's license, or else their accounts get suspended.

There's Already A More Threatening Virus Than Ebola In The US, And Most Aren't Taking The Proper Precautions


Rather than panicking about the single patient to have been diagnosed with Ebola in the US, protect yourself against a virus that kills up to 50,000 Americans every year.

Markets Tumbling — Dow Off 207


Watch out. Markets are sliding. The S&P is off 19 (1.0%). The Dow is off 207 (1.2%). One interesting area of weakness: Airlines, which might have something to do with Ebola fears, now that we've had the first Ebola case in the US.

Wall Street's Biggest Banks Have A Huge Diversity Problem — And They're Not Talking About It


Diversity at the top of the Wall Street's major banks has long been an issue, with the US Government Accountability Office reporting that 64% of senior positions were held by white males as recently as 2008.

A New Law Could Force Billionaire Vinod Khosla To Sell His Land If He Doesn't Open Access To The Beach


The losses keep piling up for Vinod Khosla, prominent Silicon Valley VC and cofounder of Sun Microsystems.

If You Are Worrying About Ebola, Take This Simple Step To Protect Yourself From A Far More Likely Threat


Rather than panicking about the single patient to have been diagnosed with Ebola in the US, protect yourself against a virus that kills up to 50,000 Americans every year.

Mondelez Just Signed A Huge Deal With Google That Will Terrify TV Broadcasters (MDLZ)


Mondelez International, the giant international food company formerly known as Kraft, has signed a huge upfront global advertising deal with Google that will see it commit to spending millions of dollars with the search giant on online video.

Mongolia Has To Change Its Railroads To Account For An 85 Millimeter Difference In Track Spacing


The planned extension of a trans-border railway in Mongolia will make it faster and cheaper to ship coal to China.  Currently, most coal from Mongolian mines is transported to the Chinese border by trucks on paved roads.

Dustin Moskovitz, The Second Youngest Billionaire In America, Discusses What It Feels Like To Be Filthy Rich


This week, Forbes released its annual Forbes 400 list, revealing the 400 wealthiest people in the US.

84 Cars, 3 Jets, And 1 Yacht: The Shocking Difference Between Bugatti And Bentley Owners


Although Bentleys and Bugattis both coddle their occupants in otherworldly luxury, the differences between the people who buy the cars are shocking.

There's a TV Commercial For Marijuana In Oregon Now


The "Yes on 91" campaign in Oregon, which is encouraging voters to approve a measure that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state, has launched what it describes as a "$2 million plus advertising blitz" on Wednesday complete with a primetime television commercial.


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