10 Sunday Reads

Wakey wakey! A few interesting items  to start your Sunday morn:

• How ‘Keynes’ Became a Dirty Word (Bloomberg View)
• Three Mistakes Investors Keep Making Again and Again (WSJ) see also Expectations of Returns and Expected Returns (NBER)
• A How-To Guide to Private Debt (Chief Investment Officer)
• The Secrets of Berkshire’s Success: An Interview with Charlie Munger (WSJ)
• Six Years After Lehman’s Bankruptcy, Wall Street Is as Reckless as Ever (Fiscal Times)
• Creativity and the Role of the Leader (Harvard Business Review)
•  On Death and iPods: A Requiem (Wired) see also Larger iPhone 6 Plus Sells Out, “Record Number” of iPhone Pre-orders (Re/Code)
• Why the Guardian is smart to bet on live events and a membership model instead of paywalls (GigaOm)
• The dark side of data centres. (FT Alphaville)
• New Sparks Fly Between CIA, Senate Intelligence Committee (McClatchy DC)

What’s for brunch?



Summer Slump
Summer Slump

Source: WSJ

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