Ritholtz's 10 Monday Reads: The Beatles and Cooperation
Some Monday morning reads to start your week:
• 3 Men Who Made the Beatles into a Booming Business (Fiscal Times), see also The Beatles On Ed Sullivan: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! (Forbes)
• It's Not the Earnings, It's "The Metrics" That Really Matter (Barron's)
• Does trend-chasing explain financial markets? (Noahpinion)
• For a Booming Economy, Bet on High Growth Firms, Not Small Businesses (Harvard Business Review), see also MINTs are fresher than BRICS, but don't expect massive growth (The Conversation)
• High-Speed Trading Isn't About Efficiency -- It's About Cheating (The Atlantic)
• Chronology of Data Breaches (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse)
• If car culture is really dying, it's a long, slow, complicated death (Quartz), see also Taxpayer subsidies helped save Tesla Motors, so why does Elon Musk slam them? (MoJo)
• Why do Americans spend so much on pharmaceuticals? (PBS NewsHour), see also 'A Pill for Every Ill' (Newsweek)
• Life is a game. This is your strategy guide (Oliver Emberton), see also What sets humanity apart: Cooking and cooperation (FT)
• Watch All of The Beatles' Historic Appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, 50 Years Ago (Open Culture)
What are you reading?
February Business Cycle Update
This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg View's editorial board or Bloomberg LP, its owners and investors.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Israel's First 70 Years Have Surprised the World
- U.S. Pension Fund Collapse Isn't a Distant Prospect. It Could Come in 5 Years.
- Israel Survives Because of an Iron Will and an Iron Wall
- Trump Should Be Worried by Cohen Probe. Really Worried.
- With Trump, Bill Clinton Deja Vu
- New Threat to the U.S.: the Axis of Autocracy
- Cohen Isn't the Biggest Catch from Trump World