My longer form weekend reading:
• Beating the Market has Become Nearly Impossible (Institutional Investor)
• Why the “Maximizing Shareholder Value” Theory of Corporate Governance is Bogus (Naked Capitalism)
• A Game of Shark and Minnow (NYT)
• Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary (Ars Technica)
• 10 Weird Ways Your Brain Is Tricking You (Listverse)
• Arrested Development: Mitch Hurwitz on the Creative Process, Casting Jason Bateman, and Loose Seals (Vulture)
• The bright side of sadness (Science News) see also Why regret is essential to the good life (Aeon)
• The Kevin Bacon Game for Sports: Connect Any Two Athletes That Played in the NBA, NFL, or MLB (Slate)
• The ocean is broken (The Herald)
• Jellyfish are taking over the seas, and it might be too late to stop them (QZ) see also These Robots Hunt Jellyfish–And Then Liquify Them With Rotating Blades Of Death (Fast Co)
What’s up for the weekend?
Abenomics projected stimulus
Source: SocGen via ZH
Category: Financial Press
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