Getting Lost, Ditching Cash and Trying the Cheap Seats
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My midweek morning train reads:
- Main Street Investors Coalition has nothing to do with mom-and-pop investors: It’s funded by big business interests that want to prevent pension funds and large 401(k) plans to influence corporate governance issues. (New York Times)
- Across the globe, taxes on corporations plummet (Washington Post)
- “We are the very last generation to ever know what it was like to be lost” (Irrelevant Investor)
- When Airline CEOs Try the Cheap Seats (Wall Street Journal)
- Fed Pushing Ahead Toward Inversion (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
- Cash is a miracle. So why are more businesses refusing it? (Slate)
- Maybe the Future of Fund Management Isn’t So Bleak (Bloomberg Opinion)
- Top Facebook Security Officer’s Departing Memo: “We Need to Be Willing to Pick Sides” (BuzzFeed)
- Debt-collection lawsuits are roaring back, along with an old ruse that victimizes borrowers (Crain’s New York)
- Confessions of an Unredeemed Fan: Remembering Amy Winehouse, who died seven years ago. (Longreads)
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Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. He founded Ritholtz Wealth Management and was chief executive and director of equity research at FusionIQ, a quantitative research firm. He is the author of “Bailout Nation.”
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