Ritholtz's Reads

What Keeps CEOs Up at Night?

Here are your morning reads.

My waiting-for-the-nor’easter morning working-from-home reads:

  • “This Is a Slow Roll”: Silicon Valley Insiders Think That Facebook Will Never Be the Same After the Cambridge Analytica Scandal (Vanity Fair)
  • Top European CEOs on What Keeps Them Up at Night: Innovation, Brexit and the biggest challenges facing their industries (Institutional Investor)
  • Why Money Managers Are Paid So Much Is a Mystery (Bloomberg View)
  • Lies, Damned Lies, and Stories (Of Dollars And Data)
  • Economics failed us before the global crisis (Financial Times)
  • Hulbert: Guard against too much confidence in Russell 2000 high (USA Today)
  • Fine-Tune Your B.S. Detector: You’ll Need It. In the digital age, misinformation -- from nonsense to lies -- spreads faster than ever and is becoming an area of serious research (Wall Street Journal)
  • Cambridge Analytica bragged about using fake news, bribes and Ukrainian hookers to influence elections (Vice); see also The Facebook Brand (Stratechery)
  • Stormy Daniels -- not Robert Mueller -- might spell Trump’s doom (Washington Post)
  • Judd Apatow Puts Garry Shandling Under the Microscope (New York Times)

What are you reading?

Google and Facebook’s domination of the ad business

Source: Recode

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