Ritholtz's Reads

Voting for Ugly and the City That Never Shuts Up

Here are your morning reads.

My morning working-from-home-on-a-summer-Friday reads:

  • Big German Bank, Key to Trump’s Finances, Faces New Scrutiny (New York Times); see also Lashing Out Under Pressure Is Just What Trump Does (Bloomberg View)
  • If Hillary Clinton Had Won: What’s different -- and what’s the same -- in a world where the 2016 election went the other way? (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Unreformed Stock Picker: Without A Boss, Bill Miller Is Betting On Amazon, Bitcoin And Bob Dylan (Forbes)
  • Here’s How Lyft Could Defeat Uber (Fortune)
  • Immigration Effect: There’s a Way for President Trump to Boost the Economy by Four Percent, But He Probably Won’t Like It. (ProPublica)
  • Amazon Prime and Other Subscription Businesses: How Do You Value a Subscriber? (25IQ)
  • The math keeping GOP from cutting corporate taxes to 15% (Axios)
  • Vote for Ugly (New Yorker)
  • The Rise and Fall of F. Lee Bailey: More than 20 years ago, Bailey helped Simpson beat murder charges. Now, with Simpson paroled, the bankrupt, disbarred Bailey opens up about his own incredible saga. (Town and Country)
  • Manhattan, all to ourselves. (Polloplayerbut see New York Becomes the City That Never Shuts Up (New York Times)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, author of "The Chickens**t Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives."

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