Ritholtz's Reads

Saving Twitter, Big Bets and Catching Hackers

Here are your morning reads.

My triskaidekaphobia morning train reads:

  • Jack Dorsey returned to Twitter two years ago -- but he still hasn’t saved the company (Recode); see also Google’s Search for the Sweet Spot (Stratechery)
  • Understanding What Makes Vanguard So Successful (Bloomberg View)
  • The Huge News Wal-Mart Didn’t Make About Wages (Investor’s Business Daily)
  • The New Rules That Could Make ETFs Unstoppable (Bloomberg)
  • Stiglitz: Déjà Voodoo (Project Syndicate)
  • Where are all the women in economics? (BBC)
  • The Panama Canal’s Big Bet Is Paying Off (Wall Street Journal)
  • Uber, Lyft reduce transit use, increase vehicle miles, report says (SF Gate)
  • How Israel Caught Russian Hackers Scouring the World for U.S. Secrets (New York Times)
  • Vintage photos taken by the EPA reveal what America looked like before pollution was regulated (Business Insider)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Paul Wilmott, quantitative finance expert and author of numerous books, most recently "The Money Formula: Dodgy Finance, Pseudo Science, and How Mathematicians Took Over the Markets." 

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