How One IR Guy Is Spending His Late Summer


Being a U.S. Open ballboy isn’t just for kids. It’s also for late-20-something professionals like Zach Rosenblatt, who will be on the court if you need him.

“One thing that I think the public doesn’t understand is that it’s hard on your bodies,” Rosenblatt says. “You start when you’re 14, but I’m 28 — a lot of us are up there, [in our] mid-20s, and it hurts.”

What It’s Like to Be a U.S. Open Ballperson [Time]


Larry Summers Welcomes Ben Bernanke To The Blogosphere The Only Way He Knows How

By telling Bernanke he doesn't know jack about monetary policy.