My end of week morning train reads:
• ‘Stories’ was Instagram’s smartest move yet (Record)
• “What Have We Done?”: Silicon Valley Engineers Fear They’ve Created a Monster (Vanity Fair) see also What Silicon Valley still gets wrong about innovation (Venturebeat)
• Forget Old Glory — Why Betsy DeVos’s Family Yacht and Others Fly Foreign Flags (Capital and Main)
• Good Things Happen in Book Stores (Medium)
• Meet The Scammers Who Used MoviePass For Vengeance, Free Popcorn, And Pooping (Buzzfeed)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Lee Cooperman, CEO/Chairman of Omega Advisors, a New York-based hedge fund managing $3.5 billion dollars, which is being converted into a family office. Cooperman, 75, is an active philanthropist, a member of The Giving Pledge, and has committed to giving his wealth away in his lifetime.
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