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Tech Bros, Turnarounds and Trump's Tax Reform

Here are your morning reads.

What a delightful weekend! Sunshine, green shoots everywhere. Slip back into work mode with our morning train reads:

  • Outlook grows dimmer for stock-picking fund managers (LA Times); see also Stock Analysts’ Biases Are Showing, a Study Finds (Wall Street Journal)
  • Breaking Up the Banks Offers a Lot to Like (Bloomberg View)
  • Dear Tech Bros: It’s not a PR problem at Uber (or Yahoo or any of it) (Recode)
  • The iPad Turnaround Is Coming (Monday Note)
  • The Best Sales Tactic in Finance (Wealth of Common Sense)
  • The $90 Billion Investor Who’s Out to Fire Wall Street (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • How an Unprecedented Heist Hijacked a Bank’s Entire Online Operation (Wired)
  • Rich Americans live up to 15 years longer than poor peers, studies find (the Guardian)
  • House Republicans are finally making a big admission: They like Obamacare! (Business Insider)
  • How Stephen Colbert Finally Found His Elusive Groove (New York Times); see also David Letterman’s Rock Hall Induction Speech for Pearl Jam Was the Best of the Night (Vulture)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview: the return of Ken Fisher of Fisher Investments, who manages $79.5 billion.

Stock market doesn’t think Trump tax reform will happen

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