Ritholtz's Reads

Fox News, Black Holes and the Dow's History

Here are your Monday morning reads.

Our morning reads, deep from the heart of Texas:

• How Sears CEO Lampert cashes in as stores cash out (USA Today)

• Amazon’s Ambitions Unboxed: Stores for Furniture, Appliances and More (New York Timessee also The High-Speed Trading Behind Your Amazon Purchase (Wall Street Journal)

• U.S. Stores Are Too Big, Boring and Expensive (Bloomberg View)

• The reason Hollywood’s studio leadership is in flux: The business model is changing (LA Times)

• The Wonders of the Future (Collaborative Fund)

• The Dow’s tumultuous 120-year history, in one chart (MarketWatch)

• There are 2.4 billion robo-calls every month. The FCC wants to help block them. (Washington Post)

• Paul Ryan Failed Because His Bill Was a Dumpster Fire (Politicosee also Why Obamacare Defeated Trumpcare (New York Magazine)

• One Nation, Under Fox: 18 Hours With a Network That Shapes America (New York Times)

• A 3 billion solar mass black hole rockets out of a galaxy at 8 million kilometers per hour. Yes, seriously. (Syfy Wire)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Derek Thompson of the Atlantic, author of “Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction.”

Tesla's Audacious Model 3 Production Plan

Source: Bloomberg

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