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Coding for cars: The next generation of mobile development l CSOonline http://ow.ly/L8tso
When overfishing goes so far it fundamentally transforms an ecosystem—report l Pew Environment http://ow.ly/L8tFc
Apple streaming plans face EU antitrust scrutiny l CIOonline http://trib.al/IqFbkWf
Tesla Courting Japanese Battery Suppliers For Possible 2nd Gigafactory l Clean Technica http://dlvr.it/9D7sPF
Texas wants RadioShack to specify what customer data is for sale l Computerworld http://ow.ly/L8uvl
This human cell is being pricked on a bed of nails l New Scientist http://ow.ly/L8uUs
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Does Medicaid Coverage for Pregnant Women Affect Prenatal Health Behaviors? l NBER http://bit.ly/1CfLeoa
Are women more honest than men? l World Economic Forum http://wef.ch/1AXKwvt
Governor Brainard speaks about coming of age in the Great Recession l Federal Reserve http://go.usa.gov/3jE9P
The $80 billion advertising opportunity l World Economic Forum http://wef.ch/1CAQgiF
FICO announces new credit program for risky borrowers l Housing Wire http://hwi.re/9DN2bt
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.