Ritholtz's Reads

Puppet Shows, Breakthroughs and 'Blade Runner'

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • Just 4 percent of publicly traded companies account for all of the gains (Bloomberg View)
  • A Rare Joint Interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Bill Gates (Wall Street Journal)
  • The Tide Is Turning Against Big Tech’s Monopolies (Chicago Magazine)
  • Yellen's Masterful Bond-Market Puppet Show (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Eight Lessons from Germany's Elections (Spiegel); see also How Nixon's Hatred of the Press Led to His Downfall (Daily Beast)
  • Gene Therapy Is Nearing a Major Breakthrough (Barron's)
  • There's a $136,400 reason so many Americans feel they haven't made economic progress (Business Insider)
  • New study: We’re outpacing the most radical climate event we know of (Ars Technica)
  • Colbert, Kimmel and the Politics of Late Night (New York Times); see also Jerry Seinfeld Breaks Down a Joke (Wall Street Journal)
  • Inside the Making of the "Blade Runner" Sequel (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading?

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