What We're Reading ~ 7/6/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 7/6/16

Decision Quality: Value Creation from Better Business Decisions [Carl Spetzler]

An interview with Berkshire's Ted Weschler [Business Insider]

Interview with Disney's Bob Iger [Hollywood Reporter]

Brexit and the future of Europe [George Soros]

Things you can't care about when managing other people's money [A Wealth of Common Sense]

The truths and myths of buybacks [Fat Pitch]

How your brain picks and sticks with winning decisions [Singularity Hub]

Mark Cuban on CEO pay [Blog Maverick]

Exor SpA: buying a reinsurance co doesn't mean you're the 'next Berkshire' [Value & Opportunity]

The CFA exam's toughest question: what's the payoff? [Bloomberg]

The cure for decision fatigue [WSJ]

Soaring childcare costs squeeze families [WSJ]

The rise of self learning software [Recode]

As self driving cars hit the road, innovation is outpacing insurance [NYTimes]

A look at Nextdoor, a local neighborhood social network [The Verge]

Inside a robot run warehouse [BBC]

What's the most important financial advice you'd give to your children? [Castlebar]

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