07/21/16 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Eero is still the best mesh wi-fi solution for the home but it now has stiff competition. (wsj)
  • A look at how the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral. (newyorker)
  • Art Sales Suffer Global Slump (wsj)
  • Comparing multi-strategy and managed futures funds. (advisorperspectives)
  • A dozen things learned from Eugene Kleiner about investing and business. (25iq)
  • How Detroit became a bicycle-building hub. (bloomberg)
  • How the big streaming services build their playlists. (buzzfeed)
  • Felix Salmon: The Roger Ailes ouster is actually a good thing for Fox News (Fusion)
  • Inside the downfall of Visium Asset Management. (bloomberg)
  • Eero was built with a cloud-first approach. (readwrite)
  • 5 takeaways from Cruz’s convention stunner (Politico)
  • Is there really ‘insider trading’ in the forex market? (bloomberg)
  • The Libertarians’ Secret Weapon: The third-party candidacy of Gary Johnson might make the most unpredictable election in modern times even weirder.&#xA0 (newyorker)
  • Is mindfulness truly compatible with higher productivity? (psmag)
  • A dozen things learned from Mike Maples Sr. about investing and business. (25iq)
  • The search for a faster, easier treatment for viral infections. (bloomberg)
  • Read some history before screaming US stocks are in a bubble (ft)
  • Utility stocks have crushed it the past year. (capitalspectator)
  • The Fed COULD have bailed out Lehman. (nytimes)
  • There are still bank TARP warrants out there. (latticework)
  • A bigger network can lead to higher pay. (blogs.wsj)
  • Mike Harris says what I’ve been saying forever – the current bull began in 2013 (Price Action Lab)
  • Remember the last time you were panicked about the stock market? (howardlindzon)
  • Ahead of Facebook’s earnings, direct marketers love its ad platform (ValueWalk)
  • What’s (Still) Wrong with Executive Compensation in America (daily.jstor)
  • An oral history of Caesar’s Palace. (hollywoodreporter)
  • A profile of Belinda Johnson, the ‘Sheryl Sandberg’ of Airbnb. (backchannel)
  • Grid hack exposes troubling security gaps for local utilities (eenews)
  • Ted Cruz. This guy… (Buzzfeed)
  • Love this from Ben: Good Question, Great Question (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • Why it’s so difficult to change group culture. (next.ft)
  • C.E.O.s Meet in Secret Over the Sorry State of Public Companies (nytimes)
  • A look at some weird stock leadership trends in 2016. (investorfieldguide)
  • Elon Musk releases his long-awaited Master Plan part II: This time it’s personal (Tesla)

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