10 Friday AM Reads

My end of week morning train reads:

• Robots Pose Biggest Risk to the Poorest Countries: At the end of the 20th century, globalization narrowed the gap between rich and poor nations. But history shows that isn’t always the case. (Bloomberg)
• How to Transform an Investment Process (CIO) see also Putting the Next Market Downturn into Perspective (Wealth of Common Sense)
• Why you see online ads for stuff you buy in the real world (Recode)
• Reasons to worry about our addiction to loose money (Financial Times)
• Everyone now believes that private markets are better than public ones (Economist) but see How Private Equity Buried Payless (Upshot)
• Wait — there are still investment newsletters around? (New York Times)
• The Economic Risks and Impacts of Epidemics: New and resurgent infectious diseases can have far-reaching economic repercussions. (International Monetary Fund)
• Inside the messy, awkward, occasionally successful dating scene on the campaign trail (Washington Post)
• How Super Sniffer Dogs Are Helping Detect Disease Around The World (NPR)
• The NFL Loves Insiders. Andy Reid Is the Ultimate Outsider. (Wall Street Journal)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Chris Davis, Chairman and CEO of Davis Selected Advisors, which has over $25 billion under management. Davis is on the board of directors of Coca Cola, and is Vice Chairman of the American Museum of Natural History.


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