10 Sunday Reads

My easy-like Sunday morning reads:

• Social Media: The Cornerstone of Financial Firms in the 21st Century (CFA Institute)
• Are Private Equity Returns Overstated? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Millennial Employees Confound Big Banks (WSJ)
• Need to Hide Some Income? You Don’t Have to Go to Panama (NYT)
• The US government has a $20.4 trillion retirement problem (Business Insider)
• Keeping the sea lanes open: a cost–benefit analysis (Inside Story)
• Nate Silver ably defends his original Trump thesis: Trump’s New Magic Number Is 40 Percent Of The Vote (FiveThirtyEight)
• Is Rule 34 actually true?: An investigation into the Internet’s most risqué law (Washington Post)
• Your Healthy Lifestyle Won’t Necessarily Make You Healthier (Wired)
• Premium Smartphones Are Booming (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Keith Ross, chief executive officer of PDQ Enterprises, which operates a dark pool, and former CEO of high-frequency trading company Getco.

 

 

Difficult Retrenchment for China, but Better Social-Safety Net This Time

Source: WSJ

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