Guatemalan Startups, Cambodian Slavery, and Won't Someone Please Buy the Mets?

A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.

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U.S.: Moving in with your parents doesn't just signal a weak job market, it's makes the economy even weaker, because those kids aren't spending their money on anything like furniture and eating out. (More on this here.) Parsing the President's decision on an Clear Air Act, to get a handle on his re-election strategy.

Opinion: Nick Kristof has a follow up story on the Cambodian brothels where girls as young as eight are sold into sexual slavery.

Politics: Intra-party battles are threatening the GOP's attempts to take over the Senate next year. The PA Senate race has 12(!) Republican challengers at the moment.

World: Unemployment, especially among young people, is threatening to cripple Britian's economy. President Obama commitment to putting Marines in Australia won't help his relationship with China. (Which is kinda the point.)

Technology: Guatemala's Campus Tecnologico is a one-building Silicon Valley in Central America ... that has to be protected by armed guards and biometric locks. Apple may finally be showing an interest in converting its consumer gadgets into business technology.

Sports: After a year of trying to raise $200 million in cash, the Mets still haven't found a way to sell limited partnership stakes in the team. A lone solider fights to get women's long distance racewalking added to the international track and field schedule.

Arts: Critic Jon Caramanica tries to figure out Drake.

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