Weekly readings Weekly readings – 18th April 2020 April 18, 2020by MQDuongLeave a Comment on Weekly readings – 18th April 2020 We need to talk about AirPods Pro Companies Don’t Need to Lay People Off to Survive Source: Nikkei Asian Review A very good thread from one of USPS employees Okay, I've been with USPS for several years now, so here's my big dumb #SaveThePostOffice thread. I don't know how many tweets it's gonna take for me to ramble through my thoughts, so stick with me. Or don't, whatever.— Dingus J McGee, ESQ* (@DingusJMcGee) April 10, 2020 A great primer on the existential challenge that USPS is facing A great read on TAM from Credit Suisse A good read on the FED and why it shouldn’t shoulder more blame for the economic crisis threat than the government Social Distancing Is Bringing Drive-In Theaters Back to Life How small business owners survived the Great Recession The New Yorker’s profile of Mitch McConnell A chilling report on how Bloomberg News bullied a reporter and his wife The Postal Service Deserves a Permanent Bailout Tax change in coronavirus package overwhelmingly benefits millionaires, congressional body finds https://t.co/sOQDjwRl0s pic.twitter.com/7LNCWHHXR8— Barry Ritholtz (@ritholtz) April 14, 2020 Apple’s mobility report Your Coronavirus Check Is Coming. Your Bank Can Grab It A heart-breaking story on a brilliant young programmer who co-founded Cloudfare It bid high and lost. Should Amazon be allowed a do-over on JEDI?