Ritholtz's Reads

Sabotage, Endowments and Gene Hackers

Here are your morning reads.

My end-of-summer morning train reads:

  • Imagine It’s September 2007 (Safal Niveshak)
  • U.S. Stock Records Are Nice But Pale Against the World (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Apple blocking ads that follow users around web is "sabotage," says industry (the Guardian)
  • Should Harvard’s Endowment be Managed by a Robot? (Meb Faber)
  • Twitter takes down 300,000 terror accounts as AI tools improve (Financial Timesbut see Inside the garage labs of DIY gene hackers, whose hobby may terrify you (Project Earth)
  • Selling data to feed hedge fund computers is one of the hottest areas of finance right now (Quartz)
  • How Air-Conditioning Invented the Modern World (the Atlantic)
  • Subsidy-Free Wind Farms Risk Ruining the Industry’s Reputation (Bloomberg)
  • Experts Say the Use of Private Email by Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Isn’t Legal (ProPublica); see also Why Trump Should Worry More About Congress Than About Mueller (the Atlantic)
  • NFL ratings are down because teams have no incentive to be good (SB Nation)

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