Ritholtz's Reads

Corporate Culture and the 100-Day Judgment

Here are your morning reads.

My unleavened morning train reads:

  • Are Traders Creating a Bizarre New Feedback Loop … Feedback Loop … Feedback Loop? (Wall Street Journal)
  • Fake Investment News Could Be Here to Stay (Barron’s)
  • The Profound Implications of 5 Increasingly Dominant Tech Companies (Hacker Noon)
  • Lessons from Valeant (Investment Masters Class)
  • Amazon continues to grow lead over Google as starting point for online shoppers (GeekWire)
  • White House on edge as 100-day judgment nears (Politico); see also The Seven Types of People Who Tweet at Trump (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • At United Airlines and Wells Fargo, toxic corporate culture starts with the CEO (LA Times)
  • Found in the wild: Vault7 hacking tools WikiLeaks says come from CIA (Ars Technica)
  • The Case For James Harden, MVP (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Filing Taxes Could Be Free and Simple. But H&R Block and Intuit Are Still Lobbying Against It. (ProPublica)

What are you reading?

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