10 Wednesday AM Reads

My mid-week morning train reads:

• The Tokyo Job: Inside Carlos Ghosn’s Escape to Beirut (Businessweek)
• The ROI of snacks: How companies track the impact of free food in the office (Digiday)
• How Multi-Asset Investing Became So Popular (CIO)
• The 47,500% Return: Meet The Billionaire Family Behind The Hottest Stock Of The Past 30 Years (Forbes)
• How Slack ruined work: It was heralded as the product that would kill internal email chains. Instead, it’s changed how we behave while in the office (Wired)
• Survey: The 1% are much more satisfied with their lives than everyone else (Washington Post)
• How Tiffany Moved 114,000 Gems Without Getting Robbed (New York Times)
• Admit It: You Have a Box of Cords You’ll Never, Ever Use Again (Wall Street Journal)
• How The 2010s Killed The Celebrity Gossip Machine (Buzzfeed)
• LSU Is the National Champion and Joe Burrow Has Achieved College Football Immortality (The Ringer)

What are you reading? Tell me here with #Reads.


Big Companies Have Never Dominated the S&P 500 Like They Do Now

Source: Bloomberg


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