What We're Reading ~ 2/28/18 ~ market folly

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

What We're Reading ~ 2/28/18

On decision regret [A Wealth of Common Sense]

Why competitive advantages die [Collaborative Fund]

Notes from the Wharton restructuring & distressed conference [Reddit]

The case against Google [NYTimes]

Consumer goods: big brands battle with the little guys [FT]

The end of the low volatility regime [13D]

Myths and facts about "risk parity" [FT Alphaville]

Inside Facebook's two years of hell [Wired]

How Softbank, world's biggest tech investor, throws around its cash [WSJ]

Canada's housing market flirts with disaster [FT]

Everything you need to know about 5G [IEEE Spectrum]

Inside T-Mobile's big, brash comeback [Fortune]

Boeing is killing it by squeezing its suppliers [Bloomberg]

From imitation to innovation: how China became a tech superpower [Wired]

Chinese tourists are taking over the earth [Bloomberg]

There's a global race to control batteries - and China is winning [WSJ]

Didi Chuxing took on Uber and won, now it's taking on the world [Wired]

Autonomous cars: no one wants to let Google win the war for maps all over again [Bloomberg]

Dyson bets on electric cars to shakeup industry [FT]

How to succeed in business?  Do less [WSJ]

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