Stability, Souls and Conspiracy Theories
It's Groundhog Day, where we get up and do it all over again tomorrow. No redos in our morning train reads:
- Stability Is Good for Business. Trump’s Whims Threaten It (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- How Wall Streeters Feel Right Now (Reformed Broker); see also Research analysts culled at top investment banks (Financial Times)
- When shareholders aren’t watching, managers misbehave (Chicago Booth Review)
- The Depp Conundrum: Who Should Keep Tabs on the Money? (New York Times)
- Should We Worry About Trump Fudging Jobs Data? (Slate)
- Mnuchin makes a welcome case for boosting IRS funding (Brookings)
- The Science of Making Decisions (Newsweek); see also How Not to Become a Conspiracy Theorist (The Book of Life)
- It’s time to admit Apple Watch is a success (iMore)
- Does An Octopus Have A Soul? This Author Thinks So (National Geographic)
- The Patriots Are Even Sneakier Than You Think (FiveThirtyEight)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Sebastian Mallaby, author of "More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite" and more recently "The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan."
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