Ritholtz's Reads

Anti-Science, Tinder Select and No Taxes

Here are your morning reads.

My jobs day morning train reads:

  • Profitable Companies, No Taxes: Here’s How They Did It (New York Times)
  • New Force on Wall Street: The "Family Office" (Wall Street Journal)
  • These States Aren’t Waiting for Trump to Get Funds for Infrastructure (Bloomberg)
  • The Disrupters: Silicon Valley elites’ vision of the future (City Journal)
  • The Trade Deal We Just Threw Overboard: Donald Trump wants to rewrite NAFTA, but someone else already did. Here’s how it went down. (Politico)
  • How Anti-Science Forces Thrive On Facebook (BuzzFeed); see also Made A Facebook Profile, Started Liking Right-Wing Pages, And Radicalized My News Feed In Four Days (BuzzFeed)
  • Tinder Select is a secret, members-only version of the app (TechCrunch)
  • Bald Eagles Keep Dying And No One’s Talking About It (the Dodo)
  • Stan Smith Knows You Think He’s Just a Sneaker (New York Magazine)
  • Steve McQueen’s lost "Bullitt" car reportedly has been found and restored (LA Times)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Simon Lack of SL Advisors, former JPMorgan hedge fund seeder and author of "The Hedge Fund Mirage: The Illusion of Big Money and Why It’s Too Good to Be True."

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Source: Bloomberg

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