Ritholtz's Reads

Strengths, Weaknesses and Endangered Species

Here are your morning reads.

My "We still have an attorney general?" morning train reads:

  • The $110 billion arms deal to Saudi Arabia is fake news (Brookings)
  • Apple’s Strengths and Weaknesses (Stratechery); see also Why Apple is struggling to become an artificial-intelligence powerhouse (Washington Post)
  • The Bernie Madoff Fraud: Five Lessons for Investors from "The Wizard of Lies" (Advisor Perspectives)
  • HBO’s "Silicon Valley" tackled an issue that’s all too familiar to startups: The threat of frivolous patent litigation (Recode)
  • Are shopping malls an endangered species? (USA Today)
  • There’s no good way to kill a bad idea (Quartz)
  • Bad tradecraft: How the Intercept may have outed its own leaker (LA Times)
  • The Lawless Presidency (New York Times); see also Four top law firms turned down requests to represent Trump (Yahoo)
  • These Easy-Drinking Craft Beers Will Be Your Best Friends This Summer (Bloomberg)
  • Jim Jefferies joins the late-night TV crowd. He’ll try not telling too many Trump jokes. (Washington Post)

What are you reading?

Bad News Bears Throw in Towel

Source: Investment Company Institute via Bloomberg Gadfly

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