Wednesday, February 6, 2019

What We're Reading ~ 2/6/19

Billion Dollar Whale: The man who fooled Wall Street, Hollywood & the world [Tom Wright & Bradley Hope]

A bunch of pitches: the top stocks for 2019 [SumZero]

Can more information lead to worse investment decisions? [Behavioural Investment]

White gold: the unstoppable rise of alternative milks [The Guardian]

Can baijiu, China's sorghum firewater, go global? [Economist]

Profile of Slack's founder [Wired]

Good Tesla, bad Tesla: duality vexes hot-selling brand [Detroit News]

Why paid memberships are the new loyalty [Business of Fashion]

Tech trends for 2019 [Deloitte]

Profile of 'Canada's Warren Buffett' [Bloomberg]

Mohnish Pabrai's free lunch portfolio [Chai With Pabrai]

The great NFL heist: how Fox paid for and changed football forever [The Ringer]

David Stern built the modern NBA, now he wants to change how we consume sports [Washington Post]

How Shopify built an $800 million partner ecosystem [Digiday]

How much of the internet is fake? [NYMag]