Weekly wrap: Jobs report review + #longreads

A pedestrian walks by a 'now hiring' sign that is posted in the window of a Chase bank branch in San Rafael, California.

Catherine Rampell from the New York Times and Reuters' Felix Salmon recap the week in news. The economy added 200,000 jobs this month. Good news right? Well, not quite. Unemployment rose from 7.2 percent to 7.3 percent. 

#longreads: 

Catherine picks: 

New York Magazine asks, Why is Goldman Sachs easing up on its underlings?

Think you're not qualified for that job you have? You're not the only one. Learn about Imposter Syndrome

Can the SEC's Mary Jo White control Wall Street?

Felix chooses: 

Paul Ford explains the technology behind Twitter

What do George Clooney, Sotheby’s C.E.O. William Ruprecht and Sony C.E.O. Kazuo Hirai all have in common? Their feelings about billionaire Dan Loeb

Why did AOL CEO Tim Armstrong fire an employee in front of 1,000 other coworkers?

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Kai Ryssdal is the host and senior editor of Marketplace, public radio’s program on business and the economy.

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