Ritholtz's Reads: Rising, Falling and Selling God
Good Saturday morning. Settle into your favorite easy chair, pour a hot cup of Joe and enjoy our longer-form weekend reads:
- Tech Stocks: Sizing Up the New Bubble (Barron’s)
- Inside Elon Musk’s $1.4 Billion Score (Fortune)
- Fade to Black: Bill Gross Ends an Era (Chief Investment Officer) see also Fall of the Bond King: How Gross Lost Empire as Pimco Cracked (Bloomberg)
- Everybody Wants to Rule the World: Online businesses can grow very large very fast. Does it also make them unusual threats to competition? (The Economist)
- Diving With Sharks and the Joy of Fear (Aeon)
- The Quiet German: The Astonishing Rise of Angela Merkel, the Most Powerful Woman in the World (New Yorker) see also Putin: How He and His Cronies Stole Russia (NYRB)
- How Do You Sell God in the 21st Century? More Heaven, Less Hell (The Guardian)
- Polar Bear Man (Vice)
- How Dozens of Failing For-Profit Schools Found an Unlikely Savior: a Debt Collector (Washington Post)
- Inside Monopoly’s Secret War Against the Third Reich (EuroGamer)
Be sure to check out this week’s Masters in Business interview with real-estate expert Jonathan Miller.
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