03/10/15 – Tuesday AM Interest-ing Reads

  • Is Art an Asset Class? (wealthmanagement)
  • Islamic State appears to be fraying from within (washingtonpost)
  • Private equity firms have venture capital envy. (ft)
  • Seven things learned as a venture capitalist. (blog.samgerstenzang)
  • More female angel investors are an inevitability. (techcrunch)
  • Apple Watch Won’t Rescue Gold Bugs (bloombergview)
  • Four ways to get more out of your investors. (firstround)
  • A big piece on the many changes affecting the venture capital industry. (institutionalinvestor)
  • A big piece on the many changes affecting the venture capital industry. (institutionalinvestor)
  • On the ‘Saasification’ of the consumer. (blog.semilshah)
  • Ways to get more out of your board of directors. (feld)
  • Feeling Nervous About a Biotech Bubble? (bloombergview)
  • There is a lot of competition to be the next, next Silicon Valley. (nytimes)
  • Lessons learned about deal sourcing. (techcrunch)
  • Hedge funds and Warren Buffett have suffered the same fate. (alphaarchitect)
  • The Six-Year Bull Market in Five Charts (blogs.wsj)
  • Building a social network isn’t easy. Nextdoor may have found a way. (nytimes)
  • Rosling: Are you ignorant about the world? (cnn)
  • The Hidden Messages in Corporate Conference Calls: Earnings calls supposedly present hard numbers, but listening for the right words can be much more revealing. (theatlantic)
  • Some startups are built not on technology but on an army of humans. (wsj)
  • American taxpayers should pay close attention to General Motors’ stock buyback (qz)

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