"The market failures of the past were when consumers did not get what they want. The market failures of the future will come when consumers do get what they want." - Tyler Cowen
The Wired article on Kevin Dunbar and the myths of scientific discovery everyone should read.
How much information do you need to make a decision? - Pat Leach blog
Choose which decision tool to use depending on circumstances - HBR article.
More evidence that you can't multitask.
Why CEOs should spend half their time hiring - nice article by the First Round team
Cass Sunstein's new paper on Risk: Cheneyism vs Snowdenism and a better context for deciding what to do.
Surprise! Stock analysts have conflict of interest - reseach paper
Graphic: How much water it takes to produce one ounce of the various foods we eat. - LA Times
A new metastudy by the Kaufmann Foundation draws the right conclusion for the wrong reasons: no evidence that incubators and accelerators help start-ups succeed.
Does increasing minimum wage help people get out of poverty? No, says a new study.
A Stanford study shows that every hour you work over 55 per week is a total waste.
The problem with the Ebola outbreak was that we didn't really know that Ebola was endemic to Liberia. Oh, wait. Yes, we did.
What's your answer to Newcomb's Paradox?
Curse of the lottery debunked: new research shows most lottery winners generally happier, not broke.
Turnover in the Fortune 500 a sign of our times? No, and it may not be a sign of anything but statistical variance, says the Kauffman Foundation report.