Food for Thought:
- BI – 60 teenagers reveal what they think is cool — and what isn’t — in 2016
- NYMag – The Epic Fail of Hollywood’s Hottest Algorithm. When Ryan Kavanaugh wasn’t hanging out with Bradley Cooper, or leasing a horse for Kate Bosworth, or negotiating a Golden Globes shout-out from Christian Bale, or bringing a baby wolf to the office, he was talking up the sweetest game in Hollywood: the chance to invest in movies that seemed certain to succeed.
- VF – How Jessica Alba Built a Billion-Dollar Business Empire
- WSJ – The Power of Daily Writing in a Journal. Keeping a journal for 52 years has helped Charley Kempthorne to be happier, healthier.
- NewYorker – New Koch. The billionaire brothers are championing criminal-justice reform. Has their formula changed?
- WSJ – Rhodes Must Not Fall. Oxford’s sensitive students demand a statue’s removal. Time to stand firm.
- CB – The Last Days of Target – Credit CT – The untold tale of Target Canada’s difficult birth, tough life and brutal death
- NYTimes – How Larry Page’s Obsessions Became Google’s Business
- Stratechery – The Fang Playbook. Why these top performing stocks of 2015 are similar businesses in different industries.
- BI – Meet the world’s 7 most successful hedge fund managers
- WSJ – Fees on Mutual Funds and ETFs Tumble Toward Zero. ‘Loss leaders’ boost returns for investors but come with new risks; gasps at Goldman Sachs.
- BI – RAY DALIO: The 75-year debt supercycle is coming to an end
- ZH – Why Junk Bonds Will Sink Stocks
- MMM – The Man Who Gets His Cars for Free
- Google – Google DeepMind: Ground-breaking AlphaGo masters the game of Go. The first time a computer has beat a human in the game of Go.
- Youtube – World’s Fastest Rubik’s Cube Solving Robot