Ritholtz's Reads

Price Wars, Bad Behavior and Monty Python

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Bulls, Bears & Charlatans (Wealth of Common Sense); see also Prophets of Doom With Too Much Gloom (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Despite Hopes, "Flash Boys" Heroes Are Far From Reshaping U.S. Stock Market (Wall Street Journal)
  • Amazon and Wal-Mart’s all-out price war is terrifying America’s biggest brands (MSN)
  • Generals Warn That U.S. Security Is at Stake In Race for New Energy Superiority (Bloomberg)
  • Potemkin Policies: Donald Trump Has No Plans for Making America Great Again (the Atlantic); see also Trump Won’t Fix Our Roads and Bridges (Slate)
  • How Badly Must a C.E.O. Behave Before His Pay Is Clawed Back? (New York Times)
  • Apple is going to let podcast creators — and advertisers — see what listeners actually like (Recode)
  • Scientists Have Found the Oldest Known Human Fossils (the Atlantic)
  • The billionaire GOP patron behind Trump’s social media bot army (New York Daily News)
  • When Monty Python Took American Television to Court (Mental Floss)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Daron Acemoglu, the James Killian Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-author of “Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty.”

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Source: Bloomberg

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