Ritholtz's Reads

Tech Wrecks, Tim Cook and Steering Uber

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Most Of What You Probably Think About Investing Is Wrong (Fortune Financial Advisors); see also How Much Should You Save for Retirement? (Bloomberg)
  • Putting the Tech Wreck Into Perspective (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • As Wealth Managers Vie for Slice of $166.5 Trillion in Private Assets, Profit Pressure Emerges (Wall Street Journal)
  • Tim Cook on Donald Trump, the HomePod, and the Legacy of Steve Jobs (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • Why — and how — a successful law firm increased the wages for all of its employees (Quartz); see also The Amount of Your Compensation Going Toward Benefits Keeps Rising (Real Time Economics)
  • Travis Kalanick is not ethical enough to steer Uber (Financial Times)
  • Is America Encouraging the Wrong Kind of Entrepreneurship? (Harvard Business Review)
  • Crash Override Malware Took Down Ukraine’s Power Grid Last December (Wired)
  • Supreme Court could tackle partisan gerrymandering in watershed case (Washington Post); see also Unpopular Trump is shrinking the GOP (Washington Post)
  • The 25 Best Films of the 21st Century So Far. (New York Times)

What are you reading?

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