What We're Reading ~ 4/19/17 ~ market folly

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

What We're Reading ~ 4/19/17

The Attention Merchants: The Epic Scramble To Get Inside Our Heads [Tim Wu]

Why we think we're better investors than we are [NYTimes]

Inside the hotel industry's plan to combat Airbnb [NYTimes]

Two law professors mimic activist hedge fund: a corporate raiding adventure [The Atlantic]

Vanguard is growing faster than everybody else combined [NYTimes]

Q&A with Blackrock's (BLK) Larry Fink [Bloomberg]

Why Facebook (FB) keeps beating every rival: it's the network of course [NYTimes]

A look at the first decade of augmented reality [Ben Evans]

Barry Ritholtz's rules of valuations [The Big Picture]

The making of a brand [Collaborative Fund]

Is American retail at a historic tipping point? [NYTimes]

E-commerce is a bear [Andy Dunn]

American Express, challenged by Chase, is losing the 'snob' war [NYTimes]

The potential of graphene to revolutionize the airline industry [Richard Branson]

A day in the life of a food vendor [NYTimes]

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