Time Management, Greater Fools and Hurricanes

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- It’s the summer solstice — longest day of the year! Use all that light to enjoy our morning reads:

  • 5 Exemplary CEO Annual Letters Worth Reading (Behavioral Value Investor); see also The Leader’s Calendar: How CEOs Manage Time (Harvard Business Review)
  • How Amazon Became One of Washington’s Most Powerful Players: The company has built a huge presence in the nation’s capital, with an army of lobbyists and a growing list of government contracts (Wall Street Journal)
  • How the end of the MTV era led to a music video renaissance (Washington Post)
  • Too Big to Be Simple? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Bitcoin’s Greater Fools Go Into Hiding (Bloomberg Opinion); see also Cryptocurrencies are lousy investments (Vox EU)
  • Hands off my data! 15 more default privacy settings you should change on your TV, cellphone plan, LinkedIn and more. (Washington Post)
  • The Russia Investigation Isn’t Less Popular — It’s Just More Polarizing (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Some Survivors of Hurricane Irma Want It Designated a Category 6 (NPR)
  • “Arrested Development”’s quiet return shows how much TV has changed (the Verge)
  • The 100 Greatest YouTube Videos of All Time, Ranked (Thrillist)

Inferring the Statistics of Buffett’s Alpha

Source: Flirting With Models

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