Ritholtz's Reads

Missing Money, Tech Giants and Simple Math

Here are your morning reads.

My end-of-a-long-traveling-week morning plane reads:

  • Johnny Depp: A Star in Crisis and the Insane Story of His "Missing" Millions (Hollywood Reporter)
  • Hedge Funds Run Out of Investment Ideas (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Which Tech Giant Would You Drop? (New York Times)
  • Storytelling Animals (Pension Partners)
  • California Leads U.S. Economy, Away From Trump (Bloomberg View)
  • Simple math is why Elon Musk’s companies keep doing what others don’t even consider possible (Quartz)
  • Linear Thinking in a Nonlinear World (Harvard Business Review)
  • Transcript: Interview with Donald Trump (the Economist); see also The epic and bizarre first 110 days of the Trump presidency (Washington Post)
  • How Deadheads Sped Ahead: Forty years later, be grateful to the band, which helped pioneer the sharing economy. (Wall Street Journal)
  • Eight Things You’re Doing Wrong When You Go Out for Barbecue (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with former L.A. Laker Byron Scott and Deer Park Spring Water Co. CEO Charles Norris, co-authors of "Slam-Dunk Success." 

The four eras of American jobs in one century-spanning chart

Source: Quartz

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