Slate Money on noncompete clauses, bad economics, and the Federal Reserve on J.P. Morgan’s “London Whale.”

Slate Money on Job Restrictions for Sandwich-Makers

Slate Money on Job Restrictions for Sandwich-Makers

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Oct. 25 2014 7:17 AM

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Slate Money on noncompete clauses, bad statistics in financial economics, and what the Federal Reserve knew in advance about J.P. Morgan’s “London Whale.”

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On this week’s episode of Slate Money, host Felix Salmon of Fusion, Slate’s Jordan Weissmann, and Cathy O’Neil of Mathbabe discuss noncompete clauses for sandwich-makers, why most financial economics papers may be wrong, and what the Federal Reserve knew in advance about J.P. Morgan’s “London Whale.”

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Cathy O'Neil is a former hedge fund quant and blogger at Mathbabe.org.

Felix Salmon is a senior editor at Fusion.

Jordan Weissmann is Slate’s senior business and economics correspondent.