Tuna, Tweets and How to Find Your Purpose
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My midweek morning train reads:
- The Death of Retail Is Greatly Exaggerated (Moody’s)
- The 300 secrets to high stock returns (Chicago Booth Review)
- New startup wants to help you make a cash offer on a house (Curbed)
- Following a Tuna From Fiji to Brooklyn — on the Blockchain (Wired)
- Are Consumers Too Trusting? The Effects of Relationships With Expert Advisers (Semantic Scholar)
- Banned From Amazon: The Shoppers Who Make Too Many Returns (Wall Street Journal)
- The princes, the president and the fortune seekers (AP)
- Inside the Trump Tweet Machine: Staff-written posts, bad grammar (on purpose), and delight in the chaos (Boston Globe)
- The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations (City Lab)
- The meditation technique that helps some of the world’s top business leaders succeed (Marketplace); see also How to Find Your Purpose (Life Hacker)
What are you reading?
New data show people actually increased their Facebook usage after Cambridge Analytica scandal
Source: Business Insider
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