Ritholtz's Reads: What's Cool These Days
Hey, you made it through another week! Pour yourself some French press coffee, settle into your favorite easy chair, and enjoy our longer form weekend reads:
- The Last Days of Target: The untold tale of Target Canada’s difficult birth, tough life and brutal death (Canadian Business)
- The Rise of the Artificially Intelligent Hedge Fund (Wired), see also The Crusade Against Multiple Regression Analysis (Edge)
- How Microsoft Plans to Beat Google and Facebook to the Next Tech Breakthrough (Bloomberg)
- 60 teenagers reveal what they think is cool — and what isn’t — in 2016 (Business Insider)
- One hundred years of Current Employment Statistics data collection (BLS)
- The Epic Fail of Hollywood’s Hottest Algorithm (Vulture)
- Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan? (Rolling Stone)
- Ted Cruz's Howitzer: Equal parts drill sergeant, data junkie, brawler, and entrepreneur, Jeff Roe will do anything to win. (New Republic)
- The Big Search to Find Out Where Dogs Come From (NYT), see also The Dark Underside of the Show-Dog World (Vanity Fair)
- Art Deco dreams come true at the Mullin Automotive Museum (Classic Driver)
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- The Ugly Coded Critique of Chick-Fil-A's Christianity