What We're Reading ~ 10/16/18 ~ market folly

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

What We're Reading ~ 10/16/18

Why family businesses outperform [Credit Suisse]

Exclusive interview with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos [Forbes]

Op-ed from AQR's Cliff Asness: Buyback derangement syndrome [WSJ]

The untold story of Stripe, the secretive $20 billion payments startup [Wired]

Profile of the owner of the In-N-Out burger chain [Forbes]

Bob Iger's bets are paying off big time for Disney [TIME]

Pitch on Henry Schein (HSCI) [Spruce Point Management]

A pitch on Tempur Sealy [Barrons]

A capacity to suffer and setting the right expectations [Scuttlebutt Investor]

Can Larry Culp fix General Electric? [WSJ]

LendingTree is the secret success story of FinTech [TechCrunch]

Why facts don't change our minds [James Clear]

Atomic Habits: An easy and proven way to build good habits [James Clear]

A day in the life of a Waymo self-driving taxi [The Verge]

The gambler who cracked the horse-racing code [Bloomberg]

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