Blockchain, Porsche Vs. Tesla and the Dude at 20
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My post-nor’easter morning train reads:
- "Blockchain" is meaningless (the Verge)
- America Is Giving Away the $30 Billion Medical Marijuana Industry (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- Active Managers Hope to Win Back Investors With Index-Like Fees (Institutional Investor) but see Stock Pickers Are Picking Up Steam (MoneyBeat)
- When Value Goes Global (Research Affiliates)
- Short-Term Outperformance Vs. Long-Term Outperformance (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- America’s public-school teachers are fired up about pay (the Economist)
- "Corporations Are People" Is Built on an Incredible 19th-Century Lie (the Atlantic)
- Porsche Positions Itself Against Tesla, on the Road and Beside It (New York Times); see also How Trump’s Hudson Tunnel Feud Threatens the National Economy (Bloomberg)
- For Two Months, I Got My News From Print Newspapers. Here’s What I Learned. (New York Times)
- "The Big Lebowski" is 20. We reached out to the critics who panned it to see what they think now. (Washington Post)
What are you reading?
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