What We're Reading ~ 6/22/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 6/22/16

Ev Williams became a billionaire creating the open web, now he's betting against it [The Atlantic]

The perilous task of forecasting [WSJ]

On Uber's battle for China [FT]

Why LaCroix sparkling water is suddenly everywhere [Vox]

TV advertising's surprising strength and inevitable fall [Stratechery]

Can Netflix survive in the new world it created? [NYTimes]

The business of too much TV [Vulture]

It's 'terrifying' competing with Netflix and Amazon [CNBC]

Spending money to make money, a.k.a. stock based compensation [Chamath Palihapitiya]

All money is made at points of friction [Alex Danco]

An example of an investment checklist [Covenant Lite]

Ideas are not cheap [Daniel Tillett]

Valuation online class [NYU Stern]

Mary Meeker's 2016 internet trends report [Recode]

China Connect: key mobile market trends in China [Slideshare]

The state of digital media 2016 [Slideshare]

A look at the event ticket industry [The Ringer]

The future of agriculture [Economist]

Hot air millionaires: how Drybar became a $100 million business [BuzzFeed]

Simple financial advice for new grads [Morgan Housel]

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