What We're Reading ~ 8/12/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 8/12/15

Avoiding process drift [A Wealth of Common Sense]

GOOG: Do you trust Larry Page? [Stratechery]

Giving Google room to dream big [NYTimes]

Pichai tapped to run restructured Google within Alphabet [Bloomberg]

Inside SoftBank's struggle to turn around Sprint [WSJ]

A short seller's new target: Canadian housing [Globe and Mail]

Quick pitch on Nationstar (NSM) [Oozing Alpha]

A look at Mondelez [Brooklyn Investor]

And another Mondelez analysis [Elevation Capital]

How baseball's tech team built the future of television [TheVerge]

Ad woes pummel TV firms [WSJ]

Why Disney and ESPN will be OK [Stratechery]

Alan Greenspan sees pending bond market bubble [Bloomberg]

Investors find ways to indirectly profit from start-ups [NYTimes]

IACI: Tinder and the dawn of the dating apocalypse [Vanity Fair]

Why streaming services are so secretive [Bloomberg View]

A profile of Exor's John Elkann [NYTimes]

The power of admitting your own errors [WSJ]

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