Spotify and Federer, Market Dominators
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My morning atonement reads:
- The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk — For a While (Wall Street Journal); see also Can We Survive the Next Financial Crisis? (Bloomberg)
- Why do we have booms and busts? (Barron’s)
- Is This a Mid-1990s Moment for the Economy? Three Reasons for Optimism (the Upshot)
- Uber Was Right: The scooter backlash vindicates Travis Kalanick’s early tactics (Slate)
- China’s Economic Woes Taking Big Toll on Emerging Markets (Chief Investment Officer)
- Best and Worst Brand Moves of 2018 (L2); see also Nike’s online sales jumped 31 percent after company unveiled Kaepernick campaign, data show (MarketWatch)
- Many lawmakers and aides who crafted financial regulations after the 2008 crisis now work for Wall Street (Washington Post)
- Spotify’s $30 billion playlist for global domination (Fast Company)
- Being Inspired by U.S. Achievements Shouldn’t Be Partisan (National Review)
- What’s Smoother Than a Federer Backhand? His $300 Million Uniqlo Deal (New York Times)
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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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