Ritholtz's Reads

Peak Pharma, Fixing the Subway and Mars Living

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Donald Trump Didn’t Want to Win -- and Neither Did His Campaign (New York Magazine); see also Trump Tower meeting with Russians "treasonous," Bannon says in explosive book (the Guardian)
  • A Hedge-Fund Titan Puts Away the Punch Bowl (Wall Street Journal)
  • Amazon shipped more than 5 billion Prime items in 2017 (Quartz)
  • How Systematic Internalizers Will Change Trading (Bloomberg)
  • Workers in 18 States Get Minimum-Wage Increases (Real Time Economics)
  • We Have Reached Peak Pharma. There’s Nowhere to Go But Down. (Undark)
  • Fashion insiders love this outlaw Instagram account that says everything they’re too scared to say (Quartz)
  • Why New York crime has plunged to record lows (Christian Science Monitor); see also What Would It Take to Fix New York’s Subway? (New York Times)
  • John Dean: Nixon "Might Have Survived If There’d Been a Fox News" (Politico)
  • My Year on “Mars” (Scientific American)

What are you reading?

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