03/30/17 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • How morale changes as a startup grows. (hbr)
  • Bull Run in Emerging Markets Starts to Make Bears Salivate (bloomberg)
  • The ESPN Juggernaut Is In Trouble (bloomberg)
  • General Electric Needs A New CEO and New Strategy (forbes)
  • With Debt Crisis, Puerto Rico Must Treat Its Creditors Fairly (realclearmarkets)
  • How to write better investor update e-mails. (hajak.se)
  • Thoughts on How to End ‘Anonymously Held Corporations’ (brookings)
  • The Best Age to Learn Economics (fee)
  • Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule blamed for insurers’ massive hit on variable annuity sales (investmentnews)
  • An interview with super angel Gil Penchina. (medium)
  • California’s Public Employees: A Privileged Caste (spectator)
  • As a company receives more funding things get more complicated when there is a downturn. (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Power laws and why VCs want to know if an investment can return a whole fund. (medium)
  • Big Borrowing Binge = Big Pain Ahead In The Gulf? (project-syndicate)
  • Family offices are increasingly becoming a source for venture capital. (venturebeat)
  • Many Happy S&P 500 Revenues (yardeni)
  • Global sustainable-investment assets hit $23 trillion, up 25 percent in two years (impactalpha)
  • Why Big Oil Could Be Ready for a Big Comeback (cnn)
  • Black Americans Working More, Not Catching Up (theatlantic)
  • Why Sears May Leave An Even Bigger Finance Legacy (reuters)
  • The Management Myth: If you want to succeed in business, don’t get an M.B.A. — study philosophy instead&#xA0 (theatlantic)
  • Mind-Blowing New Theory Connects Black Holes, Dark Matter and Gravitational Waves (gizmodo)
  • Last G-20 Meeting Marks the End of Free Trade (mauldineconomics)
  • Why you need a killer product demo. (alexiskold)
  • New Jersey Pension Plan Would Exacerbate Its Problems (philly)
  • Not every ‘acquisition’ counts as an ‘exit.’ (pointsandfigures)
  • Finally! A Fed Official Who Actually Seems to Get It (hedgeye)
  • At BlackRock, Machines Replacing Humans as Stock Pickers (nytimes)
  • What the Leading Sectors Tell Us About This Market (barrons)
  • Want to keep control of your company? Make money. (bloomberg)
  • A profile of Kristen Green of Forerunner Ventures. (nytimes)
  • The Death of the White Working Class Has Been Greatly Exaggerated (psmag)
  • Four questions to ask when you get an acquisition offer. (medium)
  • You can’t be remarkable if you don’t piss some people off along the way. (signalvnoise)
  • Pick stocks for the long term but be willing to change (ft)
  • The Dunning Kruger President&#xA0 (nytimes)
  • Why Reform of Tax Code Isn’t As Simple as It Sounds (marketwatch)
  • Econ. Confidence Drops to Lowest Level Since Election (gallup)
  • $20,000,000,000,000 in Debt: How the US Got Here (marketwatch)
  • The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them (theverge)
  • 5 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks to Protect You from Market Retreat (marketwatch)
  • The Populist Threat in Europe Is Oversold (cumber)
  • Why boards need to have an organized feedback process. (avc)
  • A Q&A with Fractured Atlas founder Adam Huttler on how VC can be applied to the arts. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • What? Couple Makes $500,000/Year and Feels Average? (cnbc)
  • The Bachelor’s Degree Loses Its Luster in Job Market (bloomberg)

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