Ritholtz's Reads

More Equifax Horrors and an Escalating Crisis

Here are your morning reads.

My morning hotel reads:

  • Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. Were Close to Being Charged With Felony Fraud. Then Dad’s Fixer Stepped In (ProPublica)
  • Ford Needs Less McKinsey and More Mustang (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • Skills vs. Behavior (Collaborative Fund)
  • Nope, Hedge Funds Are Still in the Dumper (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • 6 Fresh Horrors From the Equifax CEO’s Congressional Hearing (Wired)
  • Las Vegas was the year’s 7th mass shooting — or maybe the 337th (Vice); see also Mass Shootings in the U.S. (New York Times)
  • Russia Targets NATO Soldier Smartphones: Moscow seeks information on operations and troop strength, according to officials with NATO countries. (Wall Street Journal)
  • The Unequal Burden of Rising Temperatures: How Can Low-Income Countries Cope? (IMF)
  • Is Netflix Hurting Stand-Up? (Vulture)
  • In Pictures: Catalonia’s Independence Crisis Escalates (Bloomberg)

What are you reading?

Mortgage Debt Payments Lowest in Over 35 Years

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