Ritholtz's Reads: Trust Funds, Ponzi Masterminds and Umami

(Bloomberg) -- My midweek morning train reads:

  • “Hi, It’s Amazon Calling. Here’s What We Don’t Like in Your City”: After the retail giant told cities why they didn’t become finalists for its second headquarters, some started making changes (Wall Street Journal)
  • The Process Matters: Why All Value Investing Is Not Created Equal (Of Dollars and Data)
  • What It’s Really Like to Have a Trust Fund (the Cut)
  • Seven Things Wall Street Wants to Know From Elon Musk: Model 3 production updates, cash burn are top of mind (Bloomberg)
  • Russia’s greatest Ponzi mastermind is dead, but his legacy lives on in the crypto world (Quartz)
  • Wall Street Job Exodus Grows as AllianceBernstein Move Leaks (Bloomberg); see also How Bad Is the Labor Shortage? Cities Will Pay You to Move There (Wall Street Journal)
  • Things that kids today don’t understand (Business Insider)
  • Better Call Cohen: The Shady Cases of Trump Lawyer’s Personal Injury Practice (Rolling Stone)
  • Robert Mueller Likely Knows How This All Ends (Wired); see also Mueller questions show evidence of Trump campaign-Russia collusion is strong (Vice)
  • An MSG Convert Visits the High Church of Umami (New Yorker)

What are you reading?

 

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Ritholtz's Reads: Trust Funds, Ponzi Masterminds and Umami

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