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‍Some of the Wisest Words Ever Spoken About Investing – WSJ, November 25, 2016

‍Promoting summer learning – CNBC, December 19, 2016

‍Jamie Dimon on Trump, Taxes, and a U.S. Renaissance – Bloomberg, December 22, 2016

‍Aiding Oil’s Rebound Since June: American Wildcatters Show Restraint – WSJ, November 15, 2017

‍Shale King Hamm Wants to Give Oil Forecasters a Reality Check – Bloomberg, November 16, 2017

‍Venezuelan Debt Now Has the Vultures Circling – NYT, November 14, 2017

‍OPEC Nears Meeting Without Clear Plan on How to Extend Cuts – Bloomberg, November 15, 2017

‍World’s Top Oil Buyer May Be Ready to Restock After Drawdown – Bloomberg, November 14, 2017

‍A Shale Gas Bear Market Doesn’t Scare This Asian Investor – Bloomberg, November 15, 2017

‍Why Companies Like Toys ‘R’ Us Love to Go Bust in Richmond, Va. – NYT, November 14, 2017

‍Breakup of Saudi-Russian ‘Bromance’ Would Collapse Crude Prices – Bloomberg, November 13, 2017

‍U.S. to Dominate Oil Markets After Biggest Boom in World History – Bloomberg, November 13, 2017

‍The U.S. Yield Curve Is Flattening and Here’s Why It Matters – Bloomberg, November 12, 2017

‍OPEC Boosts 2018 Demand Forecast, Signaling Faster Rebalancing – Bloomberg, November 13, 2017

‍Why Nancy Drew is an ideal role model for today’s girls (and boys) – Washington Post, November 3, 2017

‍Why economists need Tolstoy – Washington Post, November 10, 2017

‍Bill Miller is staging one of Wall Street’s most closely watched comebacks – Washington Post, November 10, 2017


A Link Between Alcohol and Cancer? It’s Not Nearly as Scary as It Seems – NYT, November 10, 2017

‍One Last Question Before the Operation: Just How Frail Are You? – NYT, October 27, 2017

‍Disney Profit Disappoints With Cable TV Woes, Hurricanes Taking a Toll – Bloomberg, November 9, 2017

‍Saudi Prince’s Revolution Is the Real Arab Spring – Bloomberg, November 9, 2017

‍As Oil Booms, Biggest Importer Signals Demand Will Boom Too – Bloomberg, November 8, 2017

‍OPEC Is Already Thinking About $70 Oil – Bloomberg, November 5, 2017

‍U.S. Shale Oil Trumps Risk of Supply Shock After Saudi Purge – Bloomberg, November 5, 2017

‍Oil Pierces Two-Year High as Saudi Roundup Rattles Markets – Bloomberg, November 5, 2017

‍China’s Central Bank Chief Warns of ‘Sudden, Contagious and Hazardous’ Financial Risks – Bloomberg, November 4, 2017

‍Saudi oil production policy expected to continue after purge – FT, November 3, 2017

‍The Referee Would Like You
to Watch the Game, Not Her – NYT, November 4, 2017

‍Venezuelan Oil Too Big to Fail, at Least for China and Russia – Bloomberg, November 3, 2017

‍Oil Extends Surge as OPEC Signals Deal, Supply Threats Mount – Bloomberg, November 3, 2017

‍Get Used to These Higher Oil Prices – Bloomberg, November 2, 2017

‍Top OPEC Ministers Back Longer Cuts But Duration Undecided – Bloomberg, November 2, 2017

‍Venezuela Will Seek to Restructure Debt, Blaming Sanctions – Bloomberg, November 2, 2017

‍OPEC Likely to Keep Oil Supply Curbs for Whole of 2018: Sources – NYT, November 1, 2017

‍ From Oil to Ruthenium, Here’s How Commodities Are Bouncing Back – Bloomberg, November 1, 2017

‍The Fracking Boom’s Midlife Crisis – Bloomberg, November 1, 2017

‍Oil Curve Trades Most Bullish Since 2014, Buttressing $60 Brent – Bloomberg, October 31, 2017

‍Oil Extends Gains as Industry Data Shows Crude, Gasoline Draws – Bloomberg, October 30, 2017

‍Russia Uses Its Oil Giant, Rosneft, as a Foreign Policy Tool – NYT, October 29, 2017

‍Permian Reserves May Be Much Smaller Than You Think – Art Berman, July 18, 2017

‍US oil majors lose money on home oil and gas production – FT, October 27, 2017

‍US oil floated on cheap money – FT, October 29, 2017

‍A massive storm flooded Houston. Experts say California’s state capital could be next – Washington Post, October 29, 2017

‍China’s Debt Battle Has Global Growth at Stake – Bloomberg, October 30, 2017

‍How to Be a C.E.O., From
a Decade’s Worth of Them – NYT, October 27, 2017

‍Big Oil’s Suddenly Popular Measure for Success: Break-Even Oil Price – WSJ, October 26, 2017

‍Saudi Crown Prince Backs Extending OPEC Cuts Into 2018 – Bloomberg, October 26, 2017

‍Brent Oil Nears $60 as Saudi Prince Backs Longer OPEC Cuts – Bloomberg, October 25, 2017

‍Saudi Arabia’s Grand Plan to Move Beyond Oil: Big Goals, Bigger Hurdles – NYT, October 25, 2017

‍Draghi Seeks Stimulus Soft Landing as ECB Awaits Inflation – Bloomberg, October 26, 2017

‍Kyle Bass Says History Will Remember Xi for Reckless Policies – Bloomberg, October 25, 2017

‍Bullish oil bets favour Brent over US WTI contract – FT, October 23, 2017

‍US shale investors tire of  ‘growth at any cost’ model – FT, October 22, 2017

‍Brent Won’t Rally to $70 a Barrel, Global Risk Management Says – Bloomberg, October 25, 2017

‍Wave of addiction linked to fentanyl worsens as drugs, distribution, evolve – Washington Post, October 23, 2017

‍In the Saudi Desert, World’s Business Leaders Follow the Money – NYT, October 23, 2017

‍Venezuelan Oil Cargoes to U.S. Ports Plunge as Sanctions Bite – Bloomberg, October 24, 2017

‍Oil Rises After Industry Data Shows Gasoline Stock Drop – Bloomberg, October 23, 2017

‍OPEC Said to Work on Exit Strategy Alongside Cuts Extension – Bloomberg, October 24, 2017

‍Saudi Crown Prince Tells Investors He’s Taking On Extremists – Bloomberg, October 24, 2017

‍Oil Patch Gets Frugal as Investors Urge Profits Over Boom – Bloomberg, October 22, 2017

‍The Kershaw Collection: 3 Cy Youngs, an M.V.P. and Now, a World Series – NYT, October 20, 2017

‍OPEC Sends Strongest Signal That Cuts May Extend to End of 2018 – Bloomberg, October 19, 2017

‍World’s Biggest Oil Traders See Wildly Diverging Crude Price – Bloomberg, October 19, 2017

‍In charts: has the US shale drilling revolution peaked? – Bloomberg, October 17, 2017

‍Forget Peak Demand, Norway’s Oil Chief Wants More Crude to Pump – Bloomberg, October 18, 2017

‍Oil’s Biggest Rigs Head to the Junkyard – Bloomberg, October 18, 2017

‍How China’s Financial Cracks Could Spread – WSJ, October 17, 2017

‍Oil Companies Defend Big Bets on Gas – WSJ, October 17, 2017

‍Encana Sees Permian Land Race Coming to an End – Bloomberg, October 18, 2017

‍It’s Decision Time in the Shale Patch – Bloomberg, October 17, 2017

‍Behold the New Emperor of China – WSJ, October 16, 2017

‍China’s Xi Approaches a New Term With a Souring Taste for Markets – WSJ, October 16, 2017

‍How Valuable Is a Unicorn? Maybe Not as Much as It Claims to Be – NYT, Pctpber 16, 2017

‍The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More. – NYT, October 15, 2017

‍The implications of shelving the Aramco IPO – FT, October 14, 2017

‍Slowing Demand Growth to Push Big Oil From Cars to Chemicals – Bloomberg, October 16, 2017

‍https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-redening-a-well-lived-life-1508105529 – WSJ, October 15, 2017

‍Judith Kerr on fleeing Hitler, working at 94 and ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ – FT, October 13, 2017

‍Ibiza and the deep blue calm – FT, October 13, 2017

‍Bryan Roberts of Venrock on Seeing Problems as Opportunities – NYT, October 13, 2017

‍In ‘Misbehaving,’ an Economics Professor Isn’t Afraid to Attack His Own – NYT, May 5, 2017

‍Richard Thaler Talks About Silly (but Serious) Things – NYT, October 13, 2017

‍Oil Rises to Two-Week High Amid Optimism on Re-Balancing Process – Bloomberg, October 12, 2017

‍Higher Oil Prices May Not Be So Temporary – Bloomberg, October 13, 2017

‍India Can’t Drill Solo to Meet Oil Supply Goals, WoodMac Says – Bloomberg, October 11, 2017

‍OPEC Sees Oil Inventory Glut Finally Gone in One Year – Bloomberg, October 12, 2017

‍China Debt-for-Equity Swaps Turn Out More Like Debt-for-Debt – Bloomberg, October 10, 2017

‍Puerto Rico’s recovery depends on debt forgiveness – FT, October 5, 2017

‍Disney’s Big Bet on Streaming Relies on Little-Known Tech Company – NYT, October 8, 2017

‍Masayoshi Son’s Grand Plan for SoftBank’s $100 Billion Vision Fund – NYT, October 10, 2017

‍Kenneth Ziegler of Logicworks on Embracing Dysfunction – NYT, September 15, 2017

‍Oil Pares Gains After Industry Data Shows Crude Stocks Rising – Bloomberg, October 10, 2017

‍Why Jim Chanos Is Shorting Harold Hamm’s Continental – Bloomberg, September 28, 2017

‍No More Free Lunch Is the Big Change Under Way in the Oil Market – Bloomberg, October 9, 2017

‍OPEC Chief Says Floating Storage Is Shrinking – Bloomberg, October 9, 2017

‍Iraq and Iran Boost Oil Exports in Sales Battle With Saudis – Bloomberg, October 9, 2017

‍Big Words From Saudis, OPEC Make Little Difference to Oil Prices – Bloomberg, October 9, 2017

‍Saudis to Make Deepest Cut to Crude Supply Despite Demand – Bloomberg, October 9, 2017

‍Warren Buffett Bets on the Fossil-Fuel Highway – WSJ, October 6, 2017

‍As Cancer Tears Through Africa, Drug Makers Draw Up a Battle Plan – NYT, October 7, 2017

‍Why America Needs Foreign Medical Graduates – NYT, October 6, 2017

‍Bankers Tell Drillers: Things Aren’t So Bad – Bloomberg, October 6, 2017

‍U.S. Shale Juggernaut Shows Signs of Fatigue – WSJ, October 5, 2017

‍English Majors: This Is How to Graduate With a Job – WSJ, October 4, 2017

‍Energy Debt Sells Like It’s 2014 Even With Crude Oil at $50 – Bloomberg, October 5, 2017

‍What Is Bitcoin, and How Does It Work? – NYT, October 1, 2017

‍Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Bets Big on America’s Truckers, Buys Stake in Pilot Flying J – WSJ, October 3, 2017

‍UBS Says Giving Up on Oil Pact ‘Not an Option’ for Saudi, Russia – Bloomberg, October 4, 2017

‍With Affordable Care Act’s Future Cloudy, Costs for Many Seem Sure to Soar – NYT, October 3, 2017

‍Katzenberg’s Big Ask: $2 Billion for Short-Form Video Project – NYT, October 2, 2017

‍Richelieu Dennis of Sundial Brands on Building a Business vs. a Career – NYT, September 22, 2017

‍Oil industry loses fear factor but finds little to cheer – FT, September 29, 2017

‍New Skirmish in an Old Battle: Wall Street vs. the Customer – NYT, September 29, 2017

‍From her dad’s killing during the crack epidemic to a Supreme Court clerkship – Washington Post, September 28, 2017

‍Starved for Capital, Canada Oil Patch Pauses on Exploration – Bloomberg, September 26, 2017

‍OPEC’s Efforts Pay Off: Oil Is Back in Bull Market – WSJ, September 25, 2017

‍Legendary Deal Maker Greenhill’s New Assignment: His Own Struggling Firm – WSJ, September 26, 2017

‍As China Piles on Debt, Consumers Seek a Piece of the Action – NYT, September 25, 2017

‍Disney Reimagines Its Stores to Be More Like a Vacation – NYT, September 26, 2017

‍So Few Market Winners, So Much Dead Weight – Bloomberg, September 26, 2017

‍That Junk Loan Is Now Basically a Junk Bond – Bloomberg, September 26, 2017

‍‘Oil God’ Andy Hall’s Final Prophecy Comes True – Bloomberg, September 26, 2017

‍OPEC Loses Its Crown – Bloomberg, September 24, 2017

‍Oil Prices Set to Return to Bull-Market Territory – WSJ, September 25, 2017

‍In World’s Hottest Oil Patch, Jitters Mount That a Bust Is Near – Bloomberg, September 25, 2017

‍Anadarko Gets It. Does OPEC? – Bloomberg, September 21, 2017

‍Toys ‘R’ Us Bankruptcy Filing Batters Some of Retailer’s Debt – WSJ, September 20, 2017

‍Sam Zell on Global Growth: “Where’s the Demand?” – Bloomberg, August 16, 2017

‍The Economic Case for Letting Teenagers Sleep a Little Later – NYT, September 13, 2017

‍The strange case of Donald Trump and the missing infrastructure – FT, September 14, 2017

‍Restaurateur Danny Meyer on the Mistakes that Guided Him – WSJ, September 12, 2017

‍Seadrill Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection in Texas – WSJ, September 13, 2017

‍‘False Peace’ for Markets? A Trader Is Betting Millions on It – NYT, September 13, 2017

‍Bernie Sanders: Why We Need Medicare for All – NYT, September 13, 2017

‍Tony Robbins shines a light on sports psychology and athletes listen – USA Today, September 10, 2017

‍To Sell Themselves to Donors, Nonprofits Are Turning to the Pros – NYT, September 10, 2017

‍Christer Gardell, Cevian Capital founder, on clearing out boards – FT, September 10, 2017

‍Getting People to Get Along, Even When They Disagree – NYT, September 8, 2017

‍The Real Reason the U.S. Has Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance – NYT, September 5, 2017

‍Trump’s DACA Failure Is Congress’s Opportunity – Bloomberg, September 6, 2017

‍Noble Group’s Chairman Is Determined to Avoid Lehman’s Fate – Bloomberg, September 5, 2017

‍Jason Fried of Basecamp on the Importance of Writing Skills – NYT, September 1, 2017

‍John McCain: It’s time Congress returns to regular order – Washington Post, August 31, 2017

‍Identity Politics Are Tearing America Apart – WSJ, August 30, 2017

‍Jud Heathcote made Magic — and a lot of laughs — happen at Michigan State – Washington Post, August 29, 2017

‍While Trump bashes NAFTA, it’s Americanizing Mexico – Washington Post, August 28, 2017

‍How the Top 1% Keeps Getting Richer – Bloomberg, August 28, 2017

‍In Defense of the Dismal Science – WSJ, August 25, 2017

‍Sarah Thompson of Droga5 on the Selfless Nature of Leadership – NYT, August 25, 2017

‍Disney, Ditching Netflix, Grabs a New Key to the Kingdom – NYT, August 24, 2017

‍Stanley Fischer, Fed vice-chair, on the risky business of bank reform – FT, August 15, 2017

‍How HIV Became a Cancer Cure – WSJ, August 18, 2017

‍The Stock Market Has Been Magical. It Can’t Last. – NYT, aUGUST 19, 2017

‍America’s ‘Cable Cowboy’ Lays the Groundwork for Internet Dominance Beyond the U.S. – WSJ, August 13, 2017

‍Oil ‘God’ Blames Weaker Outlook and Algos in His Goodbye Letter – Bloomberg, August 14, 2017

‍Blackstone, Starwood to Merge Rental-Home Businesses in Bet to be America’s Biggest Home Landlord – WSJ, August 10, 2017

‍Why the Dow Isn’t Really the Stock Market – NYT, August 12, 2017

‍Tom Brokaw: Friends Across Barbed Wire and Politics – NYT, August 11, 2017

‍How to Get Venture Capital to Places Left Behind – WSJ, February 20, 2017

‍Ten years on, the crisis leaves a dark legacy – FT, August 11, 2017

‍Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones – April 3, , 2017

‍OPEC Finally Catches a Break – Bloomberg, August 10, 2017

‍Investors Question Oil Output in Permian Basin, America’s Fastest-Growing Field – WSJ, August 9, 2017

‍Hot-Stock Rally Tests the Patience of a Choosy Lot: Value Investors – WSJ, August 5, 2017

‍On Thursday, Antonio Argüelles, 58, of Mexico set out to cross the North Channel in his attempt to complete the Oceans Seven. – NYT, August 5, 2017

‍Bill Perkins Is the ‘Last Cowboy’ Betting on Volatile Gas Markets – WSJ, August 4, 2017

‍The Math That Proves This Market Is Kaput – WSJ, August 4, 2017

‍Oil’s $100 Million Man Pays Price for Bad Bets – WSJ, August 3, 2017

‍The Oil Trader Known as ‘God’ Is Closing Down His Main Hedge Fund – Bloomberg, August 3, 2017

‍Oil Prices Flash a Buy Signal – WSJ, August 1, 2017

‍OPEC’s Steep Learning Curve – Bloomberg, August 1, 2017

‍Before Manliness Lost Its Virtue – NYT, August 1, 2017

‍While Other U.S. Companies Flee China, Starbucks Doubles Down – NYT, July 31, 2017

‍Spain’s Long Economic Nightmare Is Finally Over – NYT, July 28, 2017

‍How health care controls us – Washington Post, July 23, 2017

‍Janet Yellen is caught between Trump and a hard place – Washington Post, July 30, 2017

‍Free Lunch at the Libary – NYT, July 30, 2017

‍Meet the woman who gives bridge tips to Warren Buffett and Bill Gates – Washington Post, July 28, 2017

‍John G. Morris, photo editor of indelible images of D-Day & Vietnam, dies at 100 – Washington Post, July 29, 2017

‍When Health Law Isn’t Enough, the Desperate Line Up at Tents – NYT, July 23, 2017

‍A first lesson on the stock market: Don’t run from a good sale – Washington Post, July 21, 2017

‍Lyft’s John Zimmer on Empowering Others to Help Them Grow – NYT, July 21, 2017

‍The argument to be a buyer of the Saudi Aramco IPO – FT, July 21, 2017

‍In Health Care, Republicans Could Learn From Rwanda – NYT, July 18, 2017

‍8 Great Energy Stocks at Bargain Prices – Barron’s, July 15, 2017

‍Oil Up? Oil Down? Blame the Algorithms – WSJ, July 10, 2017

‍Big Banks Wave Goodbye to Hopes for Year-End Oil Price Surge – Bloomberg, June 30, 2017

‍OPEC, Oil Prices and Disruptive Innovation – Bloomberg, June 29, 2017

‍Tips for a Long, Healthy Life From ‘Longevity Village’ – WSJ, June 23, 2017

‍Mis-Educating the Young – NYT, June 23, 2017

‍OPEC Has Few Escape Routes From Another Bear Market in Oil – Bloomberg, June 23, 2017

‍Stocks Are Ignoring Oil’s Bear Market – Bloomberg, June 23, 2017

‍It’s Getting Snarky in the Oil Market – Bloomberg, June 14, 2017

‍For Oil Investors, Early Faith in a Rally Begins to Wane – WSJ, June 9, 2017

‍Barbara Corcoran on the Power of a Positive Attitude – NYT, June 2, 2017

‍China Hitches Yuan to the Dollar, Buying Rare Calm – WSJ, May 25, 2017

‍Elisa Steele on Trusting Your Instincts – NYT, May 26, 2017

‍Buffett’s Berkshire Could Post Double-Digit Gains – Barron’s, May 22, 2017

‍How the free-lunch fallacy is hurting our government, health care and retirement – Washington Post, May 20, 2017

‍How a little Trump bullying may steer the global economy from another meltdown – Washington Post, May 18, 2017

‍The Struggle Behind Oil’s Ups and Downs – WSJ, May 16, 2017

‍OPEC Prepares for Long Battle to See Off Shale: QuickTake Q&A – Bloomberg, May 17, 2017

‍Bruce Greenwald: Channeling Graham and Dodd – Barrons, May 13, 2017

‍How a Polymath Mastered Math—and So Can You – WSJ, May 12, 2017

‍At Italy’s Coaching Academy, a Pipeline of Champions – NYT, May 11, 2017

‍Commodity Bulls Gird for Another Run – WSJ, May 10, 2017

‍Forget Taxes, Warren Buffett Says. The Real Problem Is Health Care. – NYT, May 8, 2017

‍The Man Who Saved Europe the Last Time – WSJ, April 28, 2017

‍Sheryl Sandberg: How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss – NYT, April 24, 2017

‍Bond Maven Bruno Crastes Bets Against the Crowd—and on Europe – WSJ, April 23, 2017

‍The Crisis of Western Civ – NYT, April 21, 2017

‍Amid Venezuela Protests, G.M. Plant Is Seized, and Company Exits – NYT, April 20, 2017

‍Former Harvard Money Whiz Jack Meyer Tries to Regain His Edge – WSJ, April 19, 2017

‍This super fit 80-year-old personal trainer is teaching his aging clients how to stay in fighting shape – Washington Post, April 19, 2017

‍‘Crude Volatility’, by Robert McNally — a story of boom and bust – FT, April 16, 2017


Steve Ballmer Serves Up a Fascinating Data Trove – NYT, April 17, 2017

‍The Best Exercise for Aging Muscles – NYT, March 23, 2017

‍Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones – NYT, April 3, 2017

‍An Hour of Running May Add 7 Hours to Your Life – NYT, April 12, 2017

‍How Behavioral Economics Can Produce Better Health Care – NYT, April 13, 2017

‍Buyout Firms Are Magically — and Legally — Pumping Up Returns – Bloomberg, April 13, 2017

‍How Technology Liberates Human Capital – WSJ, April 11, 2017

‍Get Happy: Four Well-Being Workouts – NYT, April 5, 2017

‍To Be a Genius, Think Like a 94-Year-Old – NYT, April 7, 2017

‍Stanley McChrystal: Save PBS. It Makes Us Safer. – NYT, April 5, 2017

‍Those Indecipherable Medical Bills? They’re One Reason Health Care Costs So Much – NYT, mARCH 29, 2017

‍Oil Traders Are Looking at the Wrong Inventory Data – Bloomberg, April 3, 2017

‍My I.C.U. Patient Lived. Is That Enough? – NYT, April 1, 2017

‍How Uber Uses Psychological Tricks to Push Its Drivers’ Buttons – NYT, April 2, 2017

‍Not Leadership Material? Good. The World Needs Followers. – NYT, March 24, 2017

‍Training Your Brain So That You Don’t Need Reading Glasses – NYT, March 27, 2017

‍A Positive Outlook May Be Good for Your Health – NYT, March 27, 2017

‍The Best Exercise for Aging Muscles – NYT, March 23, 2017

‍Bill Gates vs. the Robots – WSJ, March 26, 2017

‍$20 and an Algorithm Could Save Your Teen From a Heart Attack – WSJ, March 3, 2017

‍How Not to Be Boring – WSJ, March 26, 2017

‍To Stay in Shape, Just Add Squash – WSJ, March 25, 2017

‍OPEC’s Oil-Production Cut Faring Worse than 2008-09 Effort – WSJ, March 24, 2017

‍OPEC Warns Members to Comply With Oil-Production Cuts – WSJ, March 26, 2017

‍Plenty of Cash Lies Buried on Canada’s Oil Sands – WSJ, March 20, 2017

‍How to save a penalty: the truth about football’s toughest shot – FT, March 17, 2017

‍Mark Nathan on Bringing Your Teflon to Get Honest Feedback – NYT, March 16, 2017

‍What if Sociologists Had as Much Influence as Economists? – NYT, March 17, 2017

‍Shale’s Mister Fix-It: Saudi Arabia – Bloomberg, March 17, 2017

‍A blind spot masks the danger signs in finance – FT, March 16, 2017

‍A Final Four almost changed Jay Wright; that’s why Villanova’s national title won’t – Washington Post, March 13, 2017

‍Oil Price Drop Triggers a ‘Herd Mentality’ of Selling – NYT, March 10, 2017

‍OPEC Faces Quandary as U.S. Oil Inventories Swell – WSJ, March 9, 2017

‍The HR start-up founded by Bridgewater alumni — based on Bridgewater principles – FT, March 8, 2017

‍The Cheap Resource That Worries Oil Shale Drillers – WSJ, March 6, 2017

‍Inside Harvard’s Radical Plan to Reverse a Decade of Poor Returns – WSJ, February 28, 2017

‍Energy traders debate crude oil price outlook and Opec cuts – FT, February 22, 2017

‍Saudi Arabia’s Oil Wealth Is About to Get a Reality Check – Bloomberg, February 23, 2017

‍OPEC Still Waiting for Evidence Oil Cuts Are Doing Their Job – NYT, February 22, 2017

‍Mexico City, Parched and Sinking, Faces a Water Crisis – NYT, February 17, 2017

‍Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind – NYT, February 19, 2017

‍John McCain just systematically dismantled Donald Trump’s entire worldview – Washington Post, February 17, 2017

‍Munger Critiques China, India; Tells Trump Haters ‘Roll With It’ – Bloomberg, February 15, 2017

‍Oil output cuts working quicker than expected, signals Opec – FT, February 13, 2017

‍Oil Producers Comply With OPEC Deal to Cut Output, but for How Long? – NYT, February 13, 2017

‍Todd Rovak on Turning Tough Days Into Good Ones – NYT, February 10, 2017

‍At $60,000 an Acre, the Permian Basin May Be Too Ritzy – Bloomberg, February 9, 2017

‍OPEC Output Cuts End Big Oil’s Trading Bonanza – Bloomberg, February 7, 2017

‍How China Lost $1 Trillion – NYT, February 7, 2017

‍A Quiet Giant of Investing Weighs In on Trump – NYT, February 6, 2017

‍Signs of Shift in Oil Balance Draw Investors Back In – WSJ, February 5, 2017

‍For Frank Beamer, role on CFP committee is a welcome return to college football – Washington Post, February 2, 2017

‍Shale Oil Makes $70 the New $100 – Bloomberg, February 2, 2017

‍Stretching Exercises Are In as the Next Fitness Fad – NYT, February 1, 2017

‍Oil market waits for Opec-shale tug of war to end – FT, February 1, 2017

‍Drafting Up Innovation – WSJ, February 3, 2017

‍Sheryl Palmer on Her ‘Shoes Off’ Leadership Style – NYT, January 27, 2017

‍Buffett’s $2.95 Breakfast in New HBO Documentary – Barron’s, January 28, 2017

‍Andurand Commodities Fund Up 22 Percent In 2016 As Bullish Oil Bet Pays Off – ValueWalk, January 26, 2017

‍Wanted: Swing Producer – WSJ, January 25, 2017

‍Kyle Bass: Short China, Long Russia ‘Good Place to Start’ – Bloomberg, January 25, 2017

‍When a new team takes over your care at the hospital, it can be a precarious time – Washington Post, January 23, 2017

‍Goldman Sachs’ Currie: See Oil at $55 a Barrel in 2H – Bloomberg, January 23, 2017

‍Tom Petrie: OPEC’s History Conditions Low Expectations – Bloomberg, January 23, 2017

‍Crude found in the Permian Basin straddling Texas and New Mexico is an M&A hotspot – FT, January 16, 2017

‍Luxottica and Essilor agree €50bn eyewear merger – FT, January 16, 2017

‍Wilbur Ross brings art of restructuring to Team Trump – FT, January 20, 2017

‍Global oil flow trackers set to keep Opec honest – FT, January 12, 2017

‍For Shale Drillers, Rising Oil Prices Also Come With Rising Costs – WSJ, January 16, 2017

‍What Thomas Merton and Muhammad Ali Had in Common – NYT, January 17, 2017

‍World’s 8 Richest Have as Much Wealth as Bottom Half, Oxfam Says – NYT, January 16, 2017

‍Hooked on Our Smartphones – NYT, January 9, 2017

‍Oil Bosses in Davos See Shale Rebound Capping 2017 Price Surge – Bloomberg, January 17, 2017

‍Transcript: President Obama on What Books Mean to Him – NYT, January 16, 2017

‍Sharon Daniels of Arria: Always Double-Check Your Motivations – NYT, January 13, 2017

‍A High School Dropout Builds a Bus Empire After Selling His Car – Bloomberg, January 15, 2017

‍Zhou Youguang, Who Made Writing Chinese as Simple as ABC, Dies at 111 – NYT, jANUARY 14, 2017

‍Health Care’s Bipartisan Problem: The Sick Are Expensive and Someone Has to Pay – WSJ, January 12, 2017

‍US shale oil output remains resilient despite rig count fall – FT, January 11, 2017

‍Saudi Oil Output Drops Under OPEC Quota Close to Two-Year Low – Bloomberg, January 12, 2017

‍Oil Falls Again on OPEC Output Increases – WSJ, January 10, 2017

‍Oil Prices Slip on Fears of Oversupply – WSJ, January 9, 2017

‍Siri, Am I About to Have a Heart Attack? – WSJ, January 9, 2017

‍Nick Saban’s Grand Recruitment Tool: A Piano – WSJ, January 9, 2017

‍Oil Bulls Hall, Andurand Ride OPEC Cut to Double-Digit Gain – Bloomberg, January 6, 2017

‍Gut instinct: why more fat may be the best way to lose weight – FT, January 6, 2017

‍Alphabet, Citigroup, and Other Secret Value Stocks – Barron’s, January 3, 2017

‍Trump Tax Cuts Would Be Huge for Warren Buffett – Barron’s, December 6, 2016

‍Nick Saban Is Not Just Alabama’s Coach; He’s Also Its Super-Scout – NYT, January 5, 2017

‍Katherine Power of Clique Media: Think Like an Entrepreneur – NYT, December 23, 2016

‍This Is the Most Powerful Motivational Trick We’ve Ever Heard – Men’s Health, January 5, 2017

‍2016’s Winning Investors Talk About 2017, and Donald Trump – NYT, January 5, 2017

‍Will OPEC Deliver Its Output Cut Deal? Here’s How We’ll Know – Bloomberg, January 5, 2017

‍One Group of Oil Investors Didn’t Cash In on the 2016 Rally – Bloomberg, December 27, 2016

‍Shale Specter Haunts OPEC as Oil Seen Rallying Into 2017 – Bloomberg, December 26, 2016

‍Energy Firms Forbes, Memorial Plan to Start 2017 With Bankruptcy – Bloomberg, December 23, 2016

‍OPEC Threatened by Tiny Oklahoma Town With Soaring Supplies – Bloomberg, December 15, 2016

‍Canada’s Hedge Fund King Builds Up Cash After Energy Win – Bloomberg, December 13, 2016

‍Brick by brick: The man who rebuilt the house of Lego shares his leadership secrets – Washington Post, December 8, 2016

‍Let’s Be Honest: Are You an Investor or a Speculator? – WSJ, December 9, 2016

‍1 Patient, 7 Tumors and 100 Billion Cells Equal 1 Striking Recovery – NYT, December 7, 2016

‍Oil Quickly Runs to $60-$70 in 2017: Pierre Andurand – Bloomberg, December 6, 2016

‍SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son Chases First Place With Tech Deals – NYT, December 4, 2016

‍From Michael Lewis, a Portrait of the Men Who Shaped ‘Moneyball’ – NYT, December 3, 2016

‍OPEC’s Oil Rally Seen Setting Stage for 2017 Price Retreat – Bloomberg, December 1, 2016

‍Hangover Awaits as OPEC Celebrates Its Biggest Accord in Years – Bloomberg, November 30, 2016

‍Three Ways to Find More Disease Cures – WSJ, November 29, 2016

‍How Republicans and Democrats can come together to fix Obamacare – Washington Post, November 20, 2016

‍Small Businesses Lament There Are Too Few Mexicans in U.S., Not Too Many – WSJ, November 24, 2016

‍OPEC Seeks Deal on Oil Production Curbs – Bloomberg, November 22, 2016

‍Lunch with the FT: Ali al-Naimi on two decades as Saudi’s oil king – FT, November 18, 2016

‍Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy – NYT, November 20, 2016

‍Natural Gas: The Casino Is Open – Barron’s, October 15, 2016

‍The Danger of a Dominant Identity – NYT, November 18, 2016

‍Jodi Goldstein of Harvard Innovation Labs: Humility Is the Mother of Invention – NYT, November 18, 2016

‍William Ackman’s 2016 Fortune: Down, but Far From Out – NYT, November 15, 2016

‍Why Venezuela’s Many Crises Keep Getting Worse – Bloomberg, November 15, 2016

‍Breathe. Exhale. Repeat: The Benefits of Controlled Breathing – NYT, November 9, 2016

‍Democrats, don’t pout: Let the dealmaking begin – Washington Post, November 11, 2016

‍How T. Boone Pickens Sits Tight in the Riskiest of Businesses – NYT, November 12, 2016

‍Donald Trump is about to face a rude awakening over Obamacare – November 15, 2016, 2016

‍Thomas Friedman’s Guide to Hanging On in the ‘Age of Accelerations’ – Bloomberg, November 11, 2016

‍How Data Failed Us in Calling an Election – NYT, November 10, 2016

‍President-elect Donald Trump must move fast to calm markets – FT, November 9, 2016

‍Blackstone Ends Southeast Asia Venture as Oil Deals Dry Up – WSJ, November 8, 2016

‍After Pledging Cuts, OPEC Countries Pump Record Amounts of Oil – WSJ, November 8, 2016

‍Steve Ballmer’s Plan to Make America Great Involves Excel Spreadsheets – Bloomberg, November 7, 2016

‍The Money Management Gospel of Yale’s Endowment Guru – NYT, November 5, 2016

‍Dalai Lama: Behind Our Anxiety, the Fear of Being Unneeded – NYT, November 4, 2016

‍Tech Jobs, Cheaper Housing: The New Silicon Cities – WSJ, November 3, 2016

‍A Note From Our Vice Principal – Dan Anglin, November 3, 2016

‍Is China Repeating Japan’s Missteps? – Bloomberg, November 3, 2016

‍David Saltzman’s Nonprofit Lessons – WSJ, October 28, 2016

‍1776: Would You Like to Reconsider? – WSJ, October 28, 2016

‍Warren Buffett: Smartphone Is Too Smart for Me – Bloomberg, November 2, 2016

‍How to Invest the Dale Carnegie Way – Contrarian Edge ,February 1 , 2016

‍Scaramucci: SkyBridge Capital Nearly Went Bankrupt in ’09 – Bloomberg, October 31, 2016

‍Dicker: Pick Your Oil Company, They’re All Winners – Bloomberg, October 31, 2016

‍Is it time to start worrying about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac again? – Washington Post, October 28, 2016

‍A President-elect Clinton would face a foreign policy two-step – Washington Post, October 27, 2016

‍For Hockey’s Wayne Gretzky, Greatness Began in an Icy Backyard – WSJ, October 25, 2016

‍Not Everyone’s So Sure Low Oil Prices Will Stay Put – NYT, October 18, 2016

‍T. Boone Pickens’ Talk, Stock Recommendations From GIBI Dallas – GuruFocus, October 18, 2016

‍In ‘Gaining Currency,’ a Look at China’s Global Ambitions for Its Money – NYT, October 24, 2016

‍As Oil Bust Recedes, Is a Barroom Brawl About to Break Out? – WSJ, October 21, 2016

‍All Hail Saudi Arabia’s Oil Victory – Bloomberg, October 23, 2016

‍The Challenges Facing OPEC’s Oil Output Deal – Bloomberg, October 23, 2016

‍The $108 Billion Man Who Has Beaten the Market – WSJ, October 21, 2016

‍Oil producers optimistic that the slump is over – FT, October 20, 2016

‍The Tech Bubble Didn’t Burst This Year. Just Wait – Bloomberg, October 19, 2016

‍Warren Buffett Loves This Business—Maybe a Little Too Much – Bloomberg, October 19, 2016

‍The World’s Biggest Oil Kingdom Reverses Course – Bloomberg, October 19, 2016

‍She fled North Korea and turned to online sex work. Then she escaped again. – Washington Post, October 18, 2016

‍As China’s Economy Slows, a Look at What Could Happen – NYT, October 18, 2016

‍Elizabeth Gail Gravette – San Diego Union-Tribune, July 24, 2016

‍As OPEC Waits on Russia, Naimi Memoir Offers Cautionary History – Bloomberg, October 17, 2016

‍Investors are ill equipped for our unfathomable future – FT, October 13, 2016

‍He’s not Donald Trump, but Warren Buffett is no saint when it comes to taxes -Washington Post ,October 14 , 2016

‍Europe May Finally End Its Painful Embrace of Austerity – NYT, October 7, 2016

‍Alabama Is Hard on Opponents. On Itself, Even Harder. – NYT, October 7, 2016

‍How a Cancer Patient Gives Back to Her Doctor – WSJ, October 17, 2016

‍Natural Gas: The Casino Is Open – Barron’s, October 15, 2016

‍Joel Greenblatt’s Investing Secrets Revealed – Barron’s, October 15, 2016

‍Why the Economy Doesn’t Roar Anymore – WSJ, October 14, 2016

‍Keynes the Investor, in His Own Words – WSJ, October 14, 2016

‍How Women CEOs Overcame Bad Jobs, Bad Bosses – WSJ, October 17, 2016

‍How to Circle the Globe — on Purpose – NYT, October 14, 2016

‍Humiliated Stock Picker Who Sold His Firm for $31 Is Back on Top – Bloomberg, October 16, 2016

‍Houston’s Coach Pecks Away at Football’s Macho Culture, a Kiss at a Time – NYT, October 15, 2016

‍The past two games exemplify Navy football’s remarkable run under Ken Niumatalolo – Washington Post, October 12, 2016

‍How to get the best, affordable health care – Market Watch, September 23, 2016

‍History lessons for the White House – FT, October 11, 2016

‍Manchester City’s Nonstop Pep Talk – WSJ, October 11, 2016

‍OPEC Deal Is ‘All Talk, No Action’: Fadel Gheit – Bloomberg, October 12, 2016

‍Natural-Gas Prices Heat Up as Oil Drilling Cools Off – WSJ, October 11, 2016

‍Kathy Giusti: Sharing Life Lessons From a Death Sentence – NYT, October 7, 2016

‍Salesforce Shareholders Besiege Possible Twitter Deal – NYT, October 7, 2016

‍An Investor’s Plan to Transplant Private Health Care in Africa – NYT, October 8, 2016

‍Disgusted With Losing? Learn From Experience – WSJ, October 7, 2016

‍A General’s New Mission: Leading a Charge Against PTSD – NYT, October 7, 2016

‍Here’s how America should play its winning hand for long-run economic growth – Washington Post, October 5, 2016

‍MailChimp and the Un-Silicon Valley Way to Make It as a Start-Up – NYT, October 5, 2016

‍Will the OPEC Deal to Cut Production Hold? – Bloomberg, September 30, 2016

‍Investors seek to build European oncology start-up – FT, October 2, 2016

‍One big reason Harvard isn’t so great – Washington Post, September 28, 2016

‍Like father, like daughter: Leaving a business that carries on after an owner is gone – Washington Post, October 2, 2016

‍Big decision ahead? Just roll the dice . . .  – FT, September 28, 2016

‍The Culture Ate Our Corporate Reputation – WSJ, October 2, 2016

‍Is the oil world big enough for two swing producers? – Washington Post, September 29, 2016

‍Tom Brokaw: Learning to Live With Cancer – NYT, October 1, 2016

‍Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living – NYT, October 1, 2016

‍Richard Cooley Overcame Loss of Arm to Excel in Business and Sports – WSJ, September 30, 2016

‍Letter from Lex: Learning the hard way – FT, September 30, 2016

‍Oil Prices: What’s Behind the
Volatility? Simple Economics – NYT, September 29, 2016

‍Facing Losses, Energy Funds Ask Investors for More Time, Money – WSJ, September 26, 2016

‍Two Years Into Oil Slump, U.S. Shale Firms Are Ready to Pump More – WSJ, September 27, 2016

‍OPEC Meets to Discuss First Oil-Output Curbs in Two Years – Bloomberg, September 27, 2016

‍Oil outlook: ‘bearish’ inventories aren’t what they seem – FT, September 26, 2016

‍Michael Thompson-Noel, FT journalist, 1945-2016 – FT, September 22, 2016

‍‘Who is this Robert Smith?’: A quiet billionaire makes some noise with $20 million gift to the African American museum – Washington Post, September 23, 2016

‍‘I am not going anywhere,’ says Osborne of his political career – FT, September 23, 2016

‍Bill to speed drugs to terminally ill — a solution in search of a problem? – Washington Post, September 23, 2016

‍The wrong immigration debate – Washington Post, September 25, 2016

‍Arnold Palmer never forgot the responsibilities of his fame – Washington Post, September 26, 2016

‍Japan is having its FDR moment – Washington Post, September 26, 2016

‍A Bay State Referendum on Charter Schools – WSJ, September 26, 2016

‍Richard Perry Walks Away, Hoping for a Shot at Vindication – Bloomberg, September 27, 2016

‍Can Math Crack Cancer’s Code? – WSJ, Septebmer 23, 2016

‍Warren Buffett: What I Tell Berkshire Managers – Bloomberg, September 21, 2016

‍Zuckerberg, Chan Start $3 Billion Initiative to Cure Disease – Bloomberg, September 21, 2016

‍How Bad Off Is Oil-Rich Venezuela? It’s Buying U.S. Oil – NYT, September 20, 2016

‍It’s Time to Kill the 9-to-5 – Bloomberg, September 19, 2016

‍Would You Hide a Jew From the Nazis? – NYT, September 17, 2016

‍Sizing Up the Next Commander-in-Chief – WSJ, September 16, 2016

‍Remembering a Hero, 15 Years After 9/11 – WSJ, September 9, 2016

‍Silicon Valley’s adoration of the delinquent entrepreneur – FT, September 10, 2016

‍Ben Chestnut of MailChimp: Learn to Love the Job You’ve Got – NYT, September 2, 2016

‍This Herndon publisher’s business plan doesn’t go by the book – Washington Post, September 4, 2016

‍Doing the math: For many in the D.C. area on minimum wage, the ends never meet – Washington Post, September 4, 2016

‍Here’s Why the Pundits Are Wrong About Warren Buffett – Fortune, August 25, 2016

‍Making Modern Toughness – NYT, August 30, 2016

‍Why the Math Doesn’t Work for Today’s Market – WSJ, August 28, 2016

‍Beneath Yuan’s Quiet, China Worries Rise – WSJ, August 28, 2016

‍Which State Is a Big Renewable Energy Pioneer? Texas – WSJ, August 29, 2016

‍Why You Need Negative Feelings – WSJ, August 22, 2016

‍Bracken Darrell of Logitech: Be Sure to Tell the Boss What’s Wrong – NYT, August 19, 2016

‍The Cost of Holding On – NYT, August 22, 2016

‍The Battle for Blue Bird – Barron’s, August 20, 2016

‍Wilbur Ross’s Next Big Bet: Oil and Gas – WSJ, August 20, 2016

‍BP to Halliburton in ‘Barroom Brawl’ as Drillers Slash Costs – Bloomberg, August 17, 2016

‍Tim Cook, the interview: Running Apple ‘is sort of a lonely job’ – Washington Post, August 12, 2016

‍Investors Have $100 Billion to Spend on Oil Assets No One Else Wants – Bloomberg, August 11, 2016

‍U.S. Drillers Need $60 Oil to Stage Real Comeback, IEA Say – Bloomberg, August 11, 2016

‍A New Trade Route for Natural Gas Opens in Panama – Bloomberg, August 9, 2016

‍For Oil Companies $110 Billion Debt Wall Looms Over Next 5 Years – Bloomberg, August 16, 2016

‍A Better Safety Net for Young Doctors – WSJ, August 8, 2016

‍Mexico’s Richest Man Wants a Three-Day Workweek – Bloomberg, August 4, 2016

‍Who is Most Dependent on China? – Bloomberg, August 4, 2016

‍Greenspan Suggests Oil Prices Have Probably Bottomed Out at $40 – Bloomberg, August 4, 2016

‍Warren Buffett Made a Big Bet On an ‘In-Your-Face’ CEO – Bloomberg, August 3, 2016

‍Newsletter – Vitaliy Katsenelson, August 3, 2016

‍Crude Oil May Rebound to $57 Next Year, Analysts Say – Bloomberg, August 1, 2016

‍Uber to Sell to Rival Didi Chuxing and Create New Business in China – NYT, August 1, 2016

‍Setting the Body’s ‘Serial Killers’ Loose on Cancer – NYT, August 1, 2016

‍York: Oil Market ‘Structurally Bottoms’ in Low 40’s – Bloomberg, August 1, 2016

‍Oil Retreats to Bear Market as Global Supply Glut Seen Growing – Bloomberg, July 31, 2016

‍Amen of the Week – Frank Byrd, July 29, 2016

‍Why Pensions’ Last Defense Is Eroding – WSJ, July 25, 2016

‍As China Lets Yuan Depreciate, Other Nations Take Note – WSJ, July 24, 2016

‍How Much Oil Is in Storage Globally? Take a Guess – WSJ, July 24, 2016

‍Lunch with the FT: Rob Rhinehart – FT, July 21, 2016

‍Lisa Borders of the W.N.B.A.: It’s Impossible to Refute Results – NYT, July 22, 2016

‍“A chance to put my fingerprints on the culture of a company” – Profile Magazine, 2015

‍Out of whack: Why buying the Treasury is actually riskier than the stock markets – Washington Post, July 13, 2016

‍Under Fire, Theranos CEO Stifled Bad News – WSJ, July 10, 2016

‍Brexit Adds to Pension Funds’ Pain – WSJ, July 10, 2016

‍The Power of Altruism – WSJ, July 8, 2016

‍Election 2016 Is Propelled by the American Economy’s Failed Promises – WSJ, July 8, 2016

‍Why Banks Aren’t Giving You a 3%, 30-Year Mortgage…Yet – WSJ, July 7, 2016

‍Brexit Is Helping China Push Down the Yuan – WSJ, July 7, 2016

‍Are Treasurys Headed for 1%? New Lows in a 35-Year Downtrend – WSJ, July 6, 2016

‍The Illicit Perks of the M.D. Club – Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

‍The Oil World’s Little Secret – Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

‍The Slow-Motion Crisis in Saudi Arabia, in Two Minutes – Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

‍How Brexit Makes China’s Currency a Crucial Thing for Markets to Watch – Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

‍Soros Says Brexit Has ‘Unleashed’ a Financial-Markets Crisis – Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

‍Natural Gas Fills the Gap as Coal Drops Out of U.S. Power Market – Bloomberg, June 29, 2016

‍Venezuela’s Oil Output Decline Accelerates as Drillers Go Unpaid – Bloomberg, June 27, 2016

‍Iran’s Oil Boom Fizzles Out – Bloomberg, June 26, 2016

‍What Baseball Can Really Teach Kids – WSJ, June 23, 2016

‍Biotech Labs Birth New Drugs—and New Fortunes – WSJ, June 24, 2016

‍Chemigen Update – June 2016

‍Uncompleted wells could hold back oil price rebound – FT, June 21, 2016

‍Is Oil Heading to $80 a Barrel? – Bloomberg, June 21, 2016

‍Asia Is Oil’s 21st Century Battlefield – Bloomberg, June 21, 2016

‍Raymond James: Get Ready for $80 Oil – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍Fund Manager Franklin Templeton Bets on Higher Oil Prices – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍Noisy Mumbai Car Lots Show How India Is Becoming Oil’s New Star – Bloomberg, May 16, 2016

‍‘Big Bang’ to Brexit: The City of London Fears End to Golden Age – Bloomberg, June 19, 2016

‍China’s “Global” Currency Goes Local – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍Soros Warns Brexit May Cause Pound Plunge Worse Than Black Wednesday – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍U.S. Gas Hits 9-Month High as Power Use Jumps on Summer Heat – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍Brexit Positivity Fuels Oil’s Gains From One-Month Low – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍A Quick Trip to the Oil Patch Shows Energy-Related Losses Rising – Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

‍Taxes and Mandates Won’t Change the Rules of Energy Economics – Barron’s, June 18, 2016

‍Deconstructing Buffett – Barron’s, June 18, 2016

‍How to Gauge a C.E.O.’s Value? Hint: It’s Not the Share Price – NYT, June 17, 2016

‍Everything Is More Expensive Than It Looks – WSJ, June 17, 2016

‍China’s Yuan Shudders Despite Beijing’s Campaign to Steady the Currency – WSJ June 15, 2016

‍OPEC Turmoil Could Turn IEA’s Balanced Market Into Shortfall – Bloomberg, June 15, 2016

‍The Global Stakes of a Saudi Aramco I.P.O. – NYT, June 14, 2016

‍‘Brexit’ Plan for the Financial World? Cross Your Fingers – NYT, June 15, 2016

‍MSCI Delays Adding China Stock to Emerging Markets Benchmark – NYT, June 14, 2016

‍Renminbi has breathing space but China’s challenge remains – FT, June 13, 2016

‍Oil industry’s $1tn spending cut raises fears over future supply – FT, June 15, 2016

‍Oaktree’s Wintrob Says No Time for Fire Sale as Markets Rebound – Bloomberg, June 14, 2016

‍6 Events That Could Make Soros a Winner – Bloomberg, June 13, 2016

‍‘Smoldering Bonfire’ Shows Where Kyle Bass May Be Right on China – Bloomberg, June 13, 2016

‍Milton Friedman’s Favorite Book on Trade – WSJ, June 10, 2016

‍The Greek Hero at the Gym – WSJ, June 10, 2016

‍James Baker – FT, June 9, 2016

‍Finding Energy Opportunities in Oil’s Price Rally – Bloomberg, June 9, 2016

‍Blankfein, Buffett on the Future of Small Businesses – Bloomberg, June 7, 2016

‍Buffett Reminds Entrepreneurs to ‘Delight’ Customers – Bloomberg, June 7, 2016

‍Soros Said to Return to Hands-On Trading, Sees Market Shifts – Bloomberg, June 8, 2016

‍Japan’s Debt Burden Is Quietly Falling the Most in the World – Bloomberg, June 1, 2016

‍Pension Funds Pile on Risk Just to Get a Reasonable Return – WSJ, May 31, 2016

‍The Oil Rally: What Comes After $50 – WSJ, May 26, 2016

‍Activist William Ackman, Valeant Investor, Tries Life as an Inside Man – WSJ, May 26, 2016

‍Oil Prices Poised to Hit Sweet Spot for Global Economy – WSJ, May 26, 2016

‍Oil’s Brief $50 Breach Doesn’t Mean Much Unless It Sticks Around – Bloomberg, May 26, 2016

‍Oil Prices Explained:
Signs of a Modest Revival – NYT, June 2, 2016

‍A Tale of Two Gluts: Oil and Ore Cross $50 on Opposite Paths – Bloomberg, May 26, 2016

‍How the West (and the Rest) Got Rich – FT, May 18, 2016

‍How the West (and the Rest) Got Rich – WSJ, May 20, 2016

‍Fannie, Freddie and an Outbreak of Amnesia – WSJ, May 24, 2016

‍OPEC’s Ability to Ease An Oil Supply Shock is Now Fading – WSJ, May 24, 2016

‍Hedge-Fund Star Kyle Bass Slips on Oil – WSJ, May 23, 2016

‍Will Fannie and Freddie Need Another Bailout? – WSJ, May 24, 2016

‍Dear Grads, You Need a P&L – WSJ, May 22, 2016

‍5 Things to Know About China’s Yuan Policy – WSJ, May 23, 2016

‍A Rare Look Inside China’s Central Bank Shows Slackening Resolve to Revamp Yuan – WSJ, May 23, 2016

‍‘Massive Bailout’ Needed in China, Banking Analyst Chu Says – Bloomberg, May 23, 2016

‍Byron Wien: What’s Ahead for the Markets – Barron’s, May 21, 2016

‍For the poor in the Ivy League, a full ride isn’t always what they imagined – Washington Post, May 16, 2016

‍Where Oil Prices Go From Here – WSJ, May 15, 2016

‍Stop picking on the GDP – Washington Post, May 15, 2016

‍Sandberg Speech on Resilience May Form Basis for Second Book – Bloomberg, May 14, 2016

‍Gas Firms Rally on Signs Glut Is Easing – WSJ, May 12, 2016

‍Bets on Fannie and Freddie Get Help From Lobbyists – WSJ, May 12, 2016

‍Pickens: Oil Prices to End Year Between $50 and $60 – Bloomberg, May 11, 2016

‍David Rubenstein: Oil Back to $70 Range Next Year – Bloomberg, May 11, 2016

‍Putting Grit in Its Place – NYT, May 10, 2016

‍Dividends Aren’t the Answer. They’re the Problem – WSJ, May 9, 2016

‍After 20 Years, OPEC Bids Farewell to Saudi Arabia Oil Chief – Bloomberg, May 9, 2016

‍An Ayn Rand Acolyte Selling Students a Self-Made Dream – NYT, May 7, 2016

‍The Buffett model is widely worshipped but little copied – FT, May 3, 2016

‍The Hottest Metric in Finance: ROIC – WSJ, May 3, 2016

‍Vivian Lee: Trust in Your Own Leadership Style – NYT, April 29, 2016

‍President Obama: The TPP would let America, not China, lead the way on global trade – Washington Post, May 2, 2016

‍Warren Buffett Holds Forth on Sharing the Wealth – NYT, May 2, 2016

‍Eugenia Cheng Makes Math a Piece of Cake – NYT, May 2, 2016

‍Anyone Can Give a Memorable TED Talk – WSJ, April 29, 2016

‍T. Boone Pickens says America’s oil industry is ‘dead in the water’ – Washington Post, April 27, 2016

‍Big Oil, Big Mistake: Investors Overpay for Income at Exxon – WSJ, April 29, 2016

‍Investors Optimistic About Oil-Company Stocks After Earnings – WSJ, April 29, 2016

‍Oil Patch Relieved by Price Rebound – WSJ, April 29, 2016

‍The Air-Traffic System U.S. Airlines Wish They Had – WSJ, April 27, 2016

‍For Dusty Baker, a Life in Baseball Trying Not to Be Defined – NYT, April 27, 2016

‍End of Golden Era for Investors Spells Troubles for Millennials – Bloomberg, April 27, 2016

‍Bill Miller Spies Value in Valeant Shares – WSJ, April 26, 2016

‍This Warren Buffett rule can work wonders on your portfolio – MSN, April 26, 2016

‍The Morning Leverage: Yale University’s Venture-Backed Bonanza – WSJ, April 8, 2016

‍The Hedge Fund Manager Betting Soros Is Wrong About China – Bloomberg, April 26, 2016

‍Eerie Resemblance between China Now and Pre-Financial Crisis U.S. – George Soros, April 20, 2016

‍Exxon Mobil Loses Top Credit Rating It Held Since Depression – Bloomberg, April 26, 2016

‍The Doctor Who Started a Cancer Treatment Revolution – Bloomberg, April 19, 2016

‍The College of Chinese Wisdom – WSJ, April 1, 2016

‍Thiel: College as Corrupt as Church 500 Years Ago – Bloomberg, April 12, 2016

‍Tech billionaire announces $250 million in cancer immunotherapy funding – USA Today, April 13, 2016

‍What Happened When Venture Capitalists Took Over the Golden State Warriors – NYT, March 30, 2016

‍Impossible Missions – NYT, April 6, 2016

‍Leslie Michelson: Doctor to the 1% (and Maybe Someday to You) – WSJ, September 21, 2012

‍Watch the Hype: Cancer Treatment Still Has Far to Go – WSJ, March 17, 2016

‍Every cycle is defined by a hubris trade – FT, March 18, 2016

‍Habits of Highly Productive People – WSJ, March 22, 2016

‍The cancer specialist on learning to lead in Uganda — and criticism of ‘Big Philanthropy’ – FT, March 28, 2016

‍Valeant: The harder they fall‏ – FT, March 28, 2016

‍Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Offers Good Value – Barron’s, March 5, 2016

‍How Trade Made America Great – WSJ, March 25, 2016

‍Nafta May Have Saved Many Autoworkers’ Jobs – NYT, March 29, 2016

‍Andy Grove, Who Taught Silicon Valley How to Do Business, Dies – Bloomberg, March 21, 2016

‍Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Offers Good Value – Barrons, March 5, 2016

‍Memorial Production Partners LP Announces Resignation of Directors – WSJ, March 4, 2016

‍Money and Sex: Warren Buffett, the Winking Sage of Omaha – Bloomberg, February 26, 2016

‍The Best Warren Buffett Quotes From Shareholder Letters – Bloomberg, February 26, 2016

‍For Shaka Smart, everything is bigger, if not always better, in Texas – Washington Post, February 23, 2016

‍Philanthropy: Stanford University’s school for world leaders – FT, February 23, 2016

‍2016 Daily Journal Annual Meeting Transcript – Charlie Munger, February 23, 2016

‍Bill Gates Q&A on Climate Change: ‘We Need a Miracle’ – Bloomberg, February 22, 2016

‍Only Thing Worse Off Than Oil? Oil Funds – WSJ, February 22, 2016

‍Even the Saudis cannot defy market forces forever – FT, February 19, 2016

‍Lorna Borenstein of Grokker: Invest in People for the Long Term – NYT, February 19, 2016

‍How Economists Would Wage the War on Drugs – WSJ, February 19, 2016

‍Who Are We? – NYT, February 17, 2016

‍Chinese Start to Lose Confidence in Their Currency – NYT, February 13, 2016

‍A Wonderful Life – Washington Post, February 12, 2016

‍Is Myers-Briggs up to the job? – FT, February 11, 2016

‍The Business Case for Helping Refugees – January 19, 2016

‍Letter from Tom Carpenter – December 31, 2015

‍MLPs lose favour amid oil and gas price drop – FT, December 31, 2015

‍Fighting climate change requires more than soothing fantasies – Washington Post, December 27, 2015

‍Harvard’s Sick of Losing to Yale and Has a Plan to Fix Endowment – Bloomberg, December 1, 2015

Lord of the Lowball – Richard Rainwater, 1989

K&L Gates’ Ambassador to Partners and Clients – TexasLawBook.net, July 29, 2015

Germans Forget Postwar History Lesson on Debt Relief in Greece Crisis – New York Times, July 7, 2015

Summer Learning is a Sound Investment – US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, June 17, 2015

Life Lessons From Navy SEAL Training – WSJ, May 23, 2014

When America Stops Importing Energy – New York Times, May 22, 2013

A European Solution to the Eurozone’s Problem – Project Syndicate, April 2013

Warren Buffett: Why stocks beat gold and bonds – CNNMoney, February 9, 2012

Seth Klarman Presentation – Ben Graham Center for Value Investing

Charles Munger: A Lesson on Elementary, Worldly Wisdom As It Relates To Investment Management & Business

Quotes from Charles Munger

Staring down risk – and profiting – CNNMoney, January 16, 2014

‍Inside Sequoia Capital: Silicon Valley’s Innovation Factory – Forbes, April 14, 2014

‍Contenders for patron saint of start-ups – FT, July 30, 2014

‍Fear of bubbles hides the danger of stagnation – FT, July 30, 2014

‍Woody Brittain: Reaching back to the neighborhood – Washington Post, February 13, 2013

‍Peter Thiel disagrees with you – Fortune, September 4, 2014

‍T. Boone Pickens not suprised by lower crude prices – Santangel’s Review, November 17, 2014

‍How The Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio – YouTube, September 22, 2013

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‍This Simple Way Is the Best Way to Predict the Market – WSJ, December 25, 2015

‍Curing Hepatitis C, in an Experiment the Size of Egypt – NYT, December 15, 2015

‍Jessica Herrin of Stella & Dot: Put the Culture Over the Quarter – NYT, December 12, 2015

‍What Investors Can Learn From the Oil Bust – WSJ, December 11, 2015

‍What the ‘Big Short’ Movie Gets Right—and Wrong—About the Financial Crisis – WSJ, December 11, 2015

‍Gloria and Emilio Estefan Build a Music Empire and a Family Compound – WSJ, December 1, 2015

‍Hedge Funds Brace for Redemptions – Bloomberg, December 1, 2015

‍OPEC Is Ready to Rumble Over Saudi Output – WSJ, November 29, 2015

‍Future of US shale oil lies in Permian basin – FT, November 17, 2015

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‍Why a Billionaire CEO Takes Life Lessons From a Samurai – Bloomberg, November 16, 2015

‍Roger Federer Fêtes His Favorite Finn – WSJ, November 10, 2015

‍Power for the people – FT, November 10, 2015

‍A Texas Utility Offers a Nighttime Special: Free Electricity – NYT, November 8, 2015

‍India’s huge need for electricity is a problem for the planet – Washington Post, November 6, 2015

DeflateGate got Tom Brady mad, and the rest of the NFL is paying the price – Washington Post, November 6, 2015

‍First President George Bush Swings at Son’s Aides, Rattling Clan – NYT, November 5, 2015

‍This simple goal will change your child’s life forever – USA Today, October 31, 2015

‍Where is America’s cyberdefense plan? – Washington Post, October 30, 2015

‍It’s Crunch Time for the Hedge Fund that Helped Build Valeant – WSJ, October 26, 2015

‍Grandmother’s Goal: A Cross-Country Motorcycle Trip at 100 – WSJ, October 20, 2015

‍That Other Stockdale Naval Hero – WSJ, October 19, 2015

‍Private Air-Traffic System Draws U.S. Interest – WSJ, October 18, 2015

‍The flight from reality – Washington Post, October 18, 2015

‍This is where China’s future will be decided – Washington Post, October 16, 2015

‍Amen of The Week – Richard Jenrette, October 4, 2015

‍Why America’s Oil Output Refuses to Collapse – Bloomberg, September 30, 2015

‍Is Your Financial Adviser Making Money Off Your Bad Investments? – NYT, September 29, 2015

‍A Breast Cancer Surgeon Who Keeps Challenging the Status Quo – NYT, September 28, 2015

‍The Perils of Forcing a Sale of Illiquid Assets – NYT, September 28, 2015

‍Legendary Investor Richard Rainwater Dies – WSJ, September 27, 2015

‍John McNeill, Priest Who Pushed Catholic Church to Welcome Gays, Dies at 90 – NYT, September 25, 2015

‍The Power of Prayer—and Chemotherapy – WSJ, September 24, 2015

‍A Big Bet That China’s Currency Will Devalue Further – NYT, September 23, 2015

‍Yogi Berra always left ’em laughing, but as a player he was no joke – Washington Post, September 23, 2015

‍Trade-Offs for Global Do-Gooders – WSJ, September 18, 2015

‍The Wisdom of a Stock-Market Nonconformist – Barron’s, September 12, 2015

‍Beware of Octopus Pots – WSJ, September 3, 2015

‍Oliver Sacks: Sabbath – NYT, August 14, 2015

‍Bonfire of the Assets, With Trump Lighting Matches – NYT, August 26, 2015

‍Kevin E. Lofton of Catholic Health Initiatives: Designate a Devil’s Advocate – NYT, August 8, 2015

‍Howard Schultz: America Deserves a Servant Leader – NYT, August 6, 2015

‍ValueAct takes stake in Smiths Group – FT, August 3, 2015

‍Rolls-Royce urged to accelerate cost cuts – FT, August 2, 2015

‍Down Nearly 90%, Linn Energy Is Still No Bargain – Barron’s, August 1, 2015

‍The Demise of the Small American Bank – WSJ, July 31, 2015

‍Carlyle Fund Walloped in Commodities Rout – WSJ, July 31, 2015

‍The Ordeal That Made Me a Student of Humanity – WSJ, July 30, 2015

‍Warren Buffett’s Family Secretly Funded a Birth Control Revolution – Bloomberg, July 30, 2015

‍Oil Heading for Fall as Diesel’s Engine Sputters – WSJ, July 26, 2015

‍Giant Hedge Fund Bridgewater Flips View on China: ‘No Safe Places to Invest’ – WSJ, July 22, 2015

‍Bridgewater’s Changing Investment View on China – Barron’s, July 25, 2015

‍The M.I.T. Gang – NYT, July 24, 2015

‍Futures looking less bright for oil as price pressures remain – FT, July 19, 2015

‍Aspen’s peak season – FT, July 18, 2015

‍Optical Inventions Opened the Modern World – Barron’s, July 18, 2015

‍Iran’s Discount Deal for Global Oil – WSJ, July 14, 2015

‍Oil Production Shows Signs of Flagging – WSJ, July 13, 2015

‍What’s Giving the World Oil Market the Jitters – WSJ, July 10, 2015

‍Why The Yen Will Fall Much Further Than The Euro – Barron’s, July 8, 2015

‍Oil Prices Tumble Nearly 8% – WSJ, July 6, 2015

‍Crude Calculus: More Pain in Store for Investors – WSJ, June 30, 2015

‍The Hugely Profitable, Wholly Legal Way to Game the Stock Market – Bloomberg, July 6, 2015

‍Regulators Warn Banks on Loans to Oil, Gas Producers – WSJ, July 3, 2015

‍A Venture Capital Giant Says: Bubble? What Bubble? – NYT, July 1, 2015

‍A Quick Puzzle to Test Your Problem Solving – NYT, July 3, 2015

‍The High Cost of Being Self-Employed – WSJ, June 26, 2015

‍This is Vin Scully’s 66th season broadcasting Dodgers games. Really. – Washington Post, June 26, 2015

‍Hedge Funds Score Big Gains – WSJ, June 23, 2015

‍The Obtuse Triangle – NYT, June 23, 2015

‍Amen of the Week: Sam Walton & Ray Kroc – Fielder Capital, June 21, 2015

‍‘Exceptional responders’ to cancer drugs draw scrutiny from scientists – Washington Post, June 13, 2015

‍Five Bedrock Principles for Investors – WSJ, June 5, 2015

‍The Anti-Poverty Experiment – WSJ, June 5, 2015

‍OPEC: The Slog of War – WSJ, June 5, 2015

‍Surgery’s Far Frontier: Head Transplants – WSJ, June 5, 2015

‍In Greek Debt Puzzle, the Game Theorists Have It – NYT, June 4, 2015

‍Why Spain and Other Eurozone Countries Aren’t Feeling the Recovery – WSJ, June 3, 2015

‍Sheryl Sandberg has posted some beautiful thoughts on Facebook – Facebook, June 3, 2015

‍Testing Silicon Valley’s Greater-Fool Strategy – WSJ, June 2, 2015

‍Prices Are Down, but Saudis Keep Oil Flowing – NYT, May 31, 2015

‍Easy Access to Money Keeps U.S. Oil Pumping – WSJ, May 31, 2015

‍We Need More Nurses – NYT, May 28, 2015

‍Bids Fly as GE Unit Auction Nears an End – WSJ, May 27, 2015

‍Hospitals Find New Ways to Monitor Patients 24/7 – WSJ, May 25, 2015

‍KKR Rolls Out Petraeus in $4 Trillion Hunt for Family Wealth – Bloomberg, May 25, 2015

‍Americans gave their lives to defeat the Nazis. The Dutch have never forgotten. – Washington Post, May 24, 2015

‍Inventing the Modern World of Illumination – Barrons, May 22, 2015

‍Language Shapes Thoughts—and Storm Preparations – WSJ, May 22, 2015

‍Billionaire Rales brothers ready for a new act in split of Danaher Corp. – Washington Post, May 22, 2015

‍Hillary, Jeb, Facebook and Disorder – NYT, May 20, 2015

‍Pipeline Billionaire Kelcy Warren Is Having Fun in the Oil Bust – Bloomberg, May 18, 2015

‍Hedge Funds Close Doors, Facing Low Returns and Investor Scrutiny – NYT, May 17, 2015

‍Bridge—Not Chess—Is the Ultimate War Game – WSJ, May 17, 2015

‍Slaking California’s Thirst—if Politics Allows – WSJ, May 15, 2015

‍12 Years Later, a Mystery of Chemical Exposure in Iraq Clears Slightly – NYT, May 14, 2015

‍Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s Lessons Learned – WSJ, May 8, 2015

‍Confessions of a Major League T-Ball Coach – NYT, May 8, 2015

‍An Online Tune-Up for the Used-Car Marketplace – NYT, May 2015

‍Moore’s Law Turns 50 – NYT, May 13, 2015

‍Billionaire Investors Reveal Their Biggest and Best Stocks – Forbes, May 12, 2015

‍Big Asset Shift of Japan’s GPIF Is Secret Weapon of Abenomics – Institutional Investor, May 2015

‍Company Creates Bioethics Panel on Trial Drugs – NYT, May 7, 2015

‍Saudis Splurge in Asia to Win Loyal Oil Customers for Decades – Bloomberg, May 7, 2015

‍Greek Default for Dummies: Questions on Creditors Answered – Bloomberg, May 1, 2015

‍Diane von Furstenberg: The Key to Success Is Trusting Yourself – NYT, April 30, 2015

‍Virginia’s cicada-eating, Kegerator-using head salesman, Terry McAuliffe – Washington Post, April 23, 2015

‍The Fed’s Faulty 1937 Excuse – WSJ, April 15, 2015

‍Long-Term Care Insurance: How to Choose – Barrons, April 11, 2015

‍Why Hair-Trigger Traders Lose the Race – WSJ, April 10, 2015

‍Meet the cancer patient in Room 52: His name is Joseph, but call him Joe – Washington Post, April 8, 2015

‍Tech titans’ latest project: Defy death – Washington Post, April 4, 2015

‍ALS patients press FDA for quick access to controversial biotech drug – Washington Post, April 3, 2015

‍Carlyle Dives Into Energy Industry LBOs as Apollo Lies in Wait – Bloomberg, April 21, 2015

‍Big Oil’s Latest Fear: A Price Shock After Spending Cuts – Bloomberg, April 21, 2015

‍Stan Druckenmiller: Zero-Interest Rates Unnecessary Now – Bloomberg, April 15, 2015

‍Amazon to bring cloud service out of shadows – FT, April 14, 2015

‍Making sense of the science – FT, April 14, 2015

‍The Real Reason Californians Can’t Water Their Lawns – Bloomberg, April 13, 2015

‍Saudi Arabia’s Plan to Extend the Age of Oil – Bloomberg, April 12, 2015

‍Brian Grazer’s Curious Connections – WSJ, April 10, 2015

‍Swiss, Mexican Bond Deals Represent Milestones for Debt – WSJ, April 8, 2015

‍Wall Street’s Best Golfer Trades Amateur Title for Fund Trophies – Bloomberg, April 8, 2015

‍Shell Will Buy BG Group for $70 Billion in Cash, Shares – Bloomberg, April 8, 2015

‍Former Goldman Exec Wants to Upend the Way the World Moves Money – Bloomberg, April 7, 2015

‍Big Oil Companies Brace for Weak Quarter After Fall in Prices – WSJ, April 5, 2015

‍Oil-Price Drop Offers Petro-States Chance to Curb Domestic Demand – WSJ, April 5, 2015

‍GasLog Partners: Frozen Gas Deserves a Warmer

‍In Silicon Valley Frenzy, VCs Create New Inside Track – WSJ, April 2, 2015

‍The Chinese Billionaire Zhang Lei Spins Research Into Investment Gold – NYT, April 2, 2015

‍Tell Me How This Ends Well – NYT, April 1, 2015

‍The PayPal Mafia’s Golden Touch – NYT, April 1, 2015

‍Oil Glut Is a Boon to Shippers, as Buyers Stock Up at Low Prices – NYT, April 1, 2015

‍Big Oil Companies Brace for Weak Quarter After Fall in Prices – WSJ, March 31, 2015

‍Cancer’s Holy Grail – WSJ, March 31, 2015

‍Reform raises pressure on Japanese company chiefs to unlock cash – FT, March 31, 2015

‍The Impact of Cheap Oil – WSJ, March 30, 2015

‍World waits to see if Abenomics will succeed – FT, March 30, 2015

‍Central banks enlist ageing populations in the competitive devaluation game – FT, March 28, 2015

‍Wall Street’s finest head for the Valley – FT, March 27, 2015

‍Learning to See Data – NYT, March 27, 2015

‍Add Uncertainty to Your Financial Planse – NYT, March 27, 2015

‍‘Japan as an economic burden . . . will be a thing of the past’ – FT, March 27, 2015

‍With Car Dealerships’ Ranks Thinned, the Survivors Thrive – NYT, March 26, 2015

‍Meet the Father of Zero-Based Budgeting – WSJ, March 26, 2015

‍Wall Street’s finest head for the Valley – FT, March 26, 2015

‍Why America’s obsession with STEM education is dangerous – Washington Post, March 26, 2015

‍Shinzo Abe’s optimistic vision – Washington Post, March 26, 2015

‍A lean champion finds a taste for food – FT, March 28, 2015

‍Lee Kuan Yew, the Man Who Remade Asia – WSJ, March 27, 2015

‍The New Era of Low Stock Returns – WSJ, March 27, 2015

‍Add Uncertainty to Your Financial Plans – NYT, March 27, 2015

‍Putin’s World: Why Russia’s Showdown with the West Will Worsen – Vitaliy Katsenelson, March 2015

‍Mark Hiduke takes it one well at a time – DBJ, March 2015

‍Buyout Firms Feel Pinch From Lending Crackdown – WSJ, March 26, 2015

‍How income inequality benefits everybody – Washington Post, March 25, 2015

‍Lee Kuan Yew, Who Guided Singapore’s Transformation, Dies at 91‏ – Bloomberg, March 22, 2015

‍Islam’s Improbable Reformer – WSJ, March 20, 2015

‍How ‘Virtual Water’ Can Help Ease California’s Drought – WSJ, March 20, 2015

‍Gilding the Sheepskin – WSJ, March 20, 2015

‍The charity that matches surplus medicines with acute need – FT, March 20, 2015

‍Buyout groups hunt for energy acquisitions – FT, March 20, 2015

‍Quicksilver markets can catch out the unwary – FT, March 20, 2015

‍Scientists Seek Ban on Method of Editing the Human Genome – NYT, March 19, 2015

‍Japan’s Recovery Is Complicated by a Decline in Household Savings – NYT, March 19, 2015

‍How Emotional Intelligence Can Make You a Better Investor – Vitaliy Katsenelson, March 19, 2015

‍Shipping finance could deliver the next big asset class – FT, March 19, 2015

‍Oil billionaire Pickens urges US shale sector to make first move to cut output – FT, March 19, 2015

‍Strong currents that keep rates down – FT, March 18, 2015

‍The Best Summer to Go to Europe – WSJ, March 18, 2015

‍Abenomics Pays It Forward for Japanese Workers – WSJ, March 18, 2015

‍Oil Prices Set to Take a Bath – WSJ, March 16, 2015

‍Bonds Hit Boiling Point Thanks to ECB – WSJ, March 16, 2015

‍US shale industry shows remarkable resilience – FT, March 16, 2015

‍Why the business of risk is booming – FT, March 13, 2015

‍An ultra-low interest rate show that could run and run – FT, March 13, 2015

‍Areva’s is a sorry tale of mismanagement and political meddling – FT, March 12, 2015

‍Buffett shows HSBC and Delta Air Lines how to say sorry – FT, March 12, 2015

‍Riyadh’s gamble – FT, March 10, 2015

‍Sorrell unplugged – FT, March 14, 2015

‍Fossil Fuels Will Save the World (Really) – WSJ, March 13, 2015

‍Venezuelans Suffer Amid Crumbling Health System – WSJ, March 13, 2015

‍High Voltage – WSJ, March 12, 2015

‍India has a real chance to excel on growth – FT, March 11, 2015

‍The federal government could use more agencies like DARPA – Washington Post, March 10, 2015

‍The rest of them are just suits – FT, March 7, 2015

‍Many metrics can be used to value markets. Which should you trust? – Washington Post, March 7, 2015

‍Class of 2015 – FT, March 7, 2015

‍With Macy’s acquisition, Georgetown beauty company becomes a beast – Washington Post, March 5, 2015

‍Widening superbug outbreak raises questions for FDA, manufacturers – Washington Post, March 5, 2015

‍How to follow in Buffett’s big footsteps – FT, March 5, 2015

‍How Warren Buffett Does It – NYT, March 3, 2015

‍Why $100 Oil Won’t Be Coming Back for a Long Time – Bloomberg, March 3, 2015

‍The leadership wisdom of Warren Buffett – Washington Post, March 2, 2015

‍Stories of grief, love and penance live among what’s left at the Vietnam Wall – Washington Post, March 2, 2015

‍King Juan Carlos Returns To Washington – Forbes, March 2, 2015

‍Feinstein: No. 2 Virginia bad for college basketball? Hardly – Washington Post, February 28, 2015

‍The legend of the Silicon Valley unicorns – FT, February 27, 2015

‍From ‘Midnight Express’ to Discovering the Allure of Turkey – NYT, February 25, 2015

‍How an Undocumented Immigrant From Mexico Became a Star at Goldman Sachs – Bloomberg, February 25, 2015

‍Germany Sells Five-Year Debt at Negative Yield for First Time on Record – WSJ, February 25, 2015

‍A Faster Way to Try Many Drugs on Many Cancers – NYT, February 25, 2015

‍Saudis’ Oil Price War Is Paying Off – Bloomberg, February 26, 2015

‍Oil’s Big Swings Are the New Normal – WSJ, February 26, 2015

‍As Hedge Fund Returns Falter, Money Continues to Flow In – NYT, February 26, 2015

‍How addiction to debt came even to China – , February 25, 2015

‍Spooked by Yuan Drop: China’s Megarich – WSJ, February 24, 2015

‍‘Hamilton’ Will Get Broadway Stage – NYT, February 24, 2015

‍Several ways for wily investors to get a break on hedge fund fees – FT, February 24, 2015

‍Blackstone Brings New Fund to Oil Patch – WSJ, February 22, 2015

‍New Cancer Technology Gives Investors a Shot in the Arm – WSJ, February 22, 2015

‍Carlyle Hedge-Fund Unit Has Big Outflow – WSJ, February 22, 2015

‍The billion-dollar bubbles Silicon Valley ought to fear – FT, February 21, 2015

‍The L.A. Superbug Outbreak: Five Things You Should Know – Bloomberg, February 20, 2015

‍Opec has ceded to America its power over the price of oil – FT, February 20, 2015

‍Greece Can Pay Its Debts in Full, but It Won’t – WSJ, February 19, 2015

‍The Smartest Questions to Ask About Intelligence – WSJ, February 18, 2015

‍Tailgating is no way to deal with long-tail events – FT, February 18, 2015

‍Volatility Has Natural-Gas Traders Scrambling – WSJ, February 17, 2015

‍Three Reasons Merkel Is So Stubborn – Bloomberg, February 17, 2015

‍Get Ready for $10 Oil – Bloomberg, February 16, 2015

‍Greenlight’s Einhorn Is Said to Give Up 20% Return Target – Bloomberg, February 11, 2015

‍Plummeting rig count exposes weakness of US shale output boom – FT, February 12, 2015

‍Benefit of ECB’s Bond Buying: Fiscal Breathing Room – WSJ, February 11, 2015

‍Pioneer Blazes a Subdued Oil Trail – WSJ, February 11, 2015

‍Carlyle Beats Quarter Expectations as Buyouts Offset Oil Costs – Bloomberg, February 11, 2015

‍Stopping Putin Without Firing a Shot – WSJ, February 10, 2015

‍Oil ‘contango’ puts profit in storage – FT, February 10, 2015

‍Oil-Price Rebound Predicted – WSJ, February 9, 2015

‍Inova plans medical research complex in Fairfax – Washington Post, February 9, 2015

‍Athens Says Its Coffers Are Almost Empty – WSJ, February 6, 2015

‍Game Theory Says Pete Carroll’s Call at Goal Line Is Defensible – NYT, February 2, 2015

‍Dueling Oil Benchmarks Converge in Their Price, but Diverge in Their Stories – WSJ, January 26, 2015

‍The Lost Season of Duke’s Coach K – WSJ, January 25, 2015

‍Pickens’ Hedge Fund to Trade on Oil Panic in Fundraise – Bloomberg, January 23, 2015

‍Who Will Rule the Oil Market? – NYT, January 23, 2015

‍A little market medicine to prevent the next pandemic – FT, January 23, 2015

‍Why Europe owes a debt to history – FT, January 17, 2015

‍Spain’s Buffett plots return to investor spotlight – FT, January 14, 2015

‍Wisdom for politicians from the Sage of Omaha – FT, January 14, 2015

‍Japan puts the secular stagnation thesis to the test – FT, January 13, 2015

‍Back to the Future? Oil Replays 1980s Bust Rise of Shale Extraction Speeds Output and Changes Equation for Producers – WSJ, January 13, 2015

‍As Oil Slips Below $50, Canada Digs In for Long Haul – WSJ, January 12, 2015

‍How low can oil prices go? Welcome to the oil market’s old normal – Washington Post, January 12, 2015

‍Deciphering financial markets in the short term is a losing game – Washington Post, January 9, 2015

‍The Future of Medicine Is in Your Smartphone – WSJ, January 9, 2015

‍An export economy that fails to import jobs – FT, January 9, 2015

‍Saudi Arabia’s Cure for Shale Could Entail Shock Therapy – WSJ, January 9, 2015

‍Falling Energy Prices Dent Carlyle Funds – WSJ, January 9, 2015

‍The Power of Ohio State’s Positive Thinking – WSJ, January 8, 2015

‍Worst year for commodities since 2008 – FT, January 8, 2015

‍Private equity groups trawl for energy bargains – FT, January 7, 2015

‍The Seattle Seahawks’ Edge: Airing Their Grievances – WSJ, January 7, 2015

‍It’s Never Too Late to Learn New Skills – WSJ, January 6, 2015

‍Learning from the oil market – Washington Post, January 6, 2015

‍Saudi prince: $100-a-barrel oil ‘never’ again – USA Today, January 5, 2015

‍Big Trouble in Store for Oil – WSJ, January 5, 2015

‍Perpetual cash machines – FT, January 5, 2015

‍Plunging Oil Prices Test Texas’ Economic Boom – WSJ, January 4, 2015

‍Bailout highly profitable for taxpayers, when you look at the right numbers – Washington Post, January 3, 2015

‍How to Fight the Campus Speech Police: Get a Good Lawyer – WSJ, January 2, 2015

‍Linn, Breitburn Slash Dividends, Capital Spending Plans – WSJ, January 2, 2015

‍Why Jim Harbaugh is worth $40 million to the University of Michigan’s football team – Washington Post, January 2, 2015

‍Euro Falls Lower as Central Bank Hints at Increase in Stimulus Plan – NYT, January 2, 2015

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‍The Steep Cost of America’s High Incarceration Rate – WSJ, December 25, 2014

‍At Facebook, Boss Is a Dirty Word – WSJ, December 25, 2014

‍Japanese Bond Yields Hit Historic Low – WSJ, December 25, 2014

‍A White-Knuckle Ride for Stocks – WSJ, December 25, 2014

‍Japan stocks count on Abe’s third arrow – FT, December 24, 2014

‍One Banker’s Big Deal: College Basketball Scholarships – WSJ, December 24, 2014

‍Is Vacation Over? – NYT, December 23, 2014

‍Natural Gas Likely to Cause More Driller Indigestion – WSJ, December 23, 2014

‍Short View – FT, December 18, 2014

‍Lauren Hill: ‘I want everybody to know I never give up’ – USA Today, December 17, 2014

‍If small is the future then we will all be big winners – FT, December 17, 2014

‍KKR Stumbles on Shale Deal – WSJ, December 17, 2014

‍Throwing Money at Start-Ups in Frenzy to Find the Next Uber – NYT, December 16, 2014

‍Hedge Fund Manager Who Remembers 1998 Rout Says Prepare for Pain – Bloomberg, December 16, 2014

‍A Wake-Up Call for Americans – WSJ, December 15, 2014

‍The Reagan-Clinton Template for Success – WSJ, December 15, 2014

‍Lenders are taking a risk if they regard P2P challengers lightly – FT, December 15, 2014

‍How Charities Can Get More Out of Donors – WSJ, December 15, 2014

‍Abenomics’ success hinges on a tricky balance of reforms – FT, December 15, 2014

‍Marlin Steel’s smart matrix for job and wage growth – Washington Post, December 12, 2014

‍Company Culture and the Power of Thoughtful Disagreement – YouTube, December 12, 2014

‍Misreading the Lessons From Financial Crises – NYT, December 11, 2014

‍Japan Turns Tables on Korea Inc. – WSJ, December 11, 2014

‍Saudi Arabia’s Tank Battle With Shale – WSJ, December 11, 2014

‍Schwarzman Says Energy Is Best Opportunity in Many Years – Bloomberg, December 12, 2014

‍Why No One Wanted Marcus Mariota – WSJ, December 11, 2014

‍The Wisdom of Peter Drucker – WSJ, December 11, 2014

‍Why Texas Is Now Home to Bargain-Hunting Japan Oil Buyers – Bloomberg, December 10, 2014

‍How Oil Trading ‘God’ Hall Made Money as Crude Fell – Bloomberg, December 10, 2014

‍The Trouble With Bright Girls – Psychology Today, December 9, 2014

‍Lung Cancer Patients Say Don’t Blame Us, Fund Us – Bloomberg, December 9, 2014

‍Billy Salomon Led Wall Street by Example – Bloomberg, December 9, 2014

‍Oil Tumbles to 5-Year Low – Bloomberg, December 8, 2014

‍Sheikhs v. Shale – Economist, December 6, 2014

‍Oil Poised to Extend Drop After Hitting Five-Year Low – Bloomberg, December 5, 2014

‍Retirement: Living the Good Life – Barrons, December 5, 2014

‍Cancer’s Super-Survivors – WSJ, December 5, 2014

‍A Strategy for Pensions at Risk of Extinction – NYT, December 4, 2014

‍Lessons for Jerry Brown – WSJ, December 4, 2014

‍‘Superbugs’ Kill India’s Babies and Pose an Overseas Threat – NYT, December 3, 2014

‍Buyout Shops Caught in Crude Exposure – WSJ, December 3, 2014

‍Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens predicts return to $100 a barrel – MarketWatch, December 2, 2014

‍Japan Government Bonds Rise as Market Shrugs Off Downgrade – WSJ, December 2, 2014

‍Oil Investors at Brink of Losing Trillions of Dollars in Assets. Gore: It’s That Road Runner Moment – Bloomberg, December 2, 2014

‍Oil Shock Streaks Across Globe From Moscow to Tehran to Caracas. Ready for $40? – Bloomberg, December 1, 2014

‍Moral Compass – Barrons, November 29, 2014

‍Oakmark’s Bill Nygren Likes Financials and Techs – Barrons, November 29, 2014

‍Book review: ‘When Lions Roar,’ Churchills and Kennedys, by Thomas Maier – Washington , November 28, 2014

‍When Debt Is Opportunity – WSJ, November 27, 2014

‍David Baldacci: By the Book – NYT, November 26, 2014

‍Japan Is Running Out of Options – Bloomberg, November 25, 2014

‍The Beauty of ‘Infrastructure’ – WSJ, November 24, 2014

‍Carlos Slim Replaces George Soros in Spanish Firm’s Cash Quest – WSJ, November 24, 2014

‍Private Oncologists Being Forced Out, Leaving Patients to Face Higher Bills – NYT, November 23, 2014

‍‘Serial,’ Podcasting’s First Breakout Hit, Sets Stage for More – NYT, November 23, 2014

‍Energy IPO Boom Leaves Some Wary – WSJ, November 23, 2014

‍Stampeding Black Elephants – NYT, November 22, 2014

‍The Downside of the Boom – NYT, November 22, 2014

‍Homecoming to a foreign land – FT, November 22, 2014

‍Crude slide sparks oil-related debt fears – FT, November 22, 2014

‍A Medical Device Is Sidelined, but Too Late for One Woman – WSJ, November 21, 2014

‍How to Defeat the Impulse Buy – NYT, November 21, 2014

‍Short View – FT, November 20, 2014

‍The West’s malaise
– Economist, November 20, 2014

‍A founder’s epitaph: he was vitally engaged in his pursuits – FT, November 19, 2014

‍Yellen Gets That Sinking Feeling Greenspan Once Knew – Bloomberg, November 19, 2014

‍Youngest Oil Tycoon Finds Fortune After Washout as Trader – Bloomberg, November 17, 2014

‍As Oil Prices Tumble, Stakes for OPEC Soar – WSJ, November 16, 2014

‍Halliburton Enters Talks to Buy Baker Hughes – WSJ, November 13, 2014

‍U.S. Oil Prices Drop Below $75 a Barrel – WSJ, November 13, 2014

‍This Teacher Spends Life Being Taught – NYT, November 13, 2014

‍Abe is a man on a mission, destination unknown – FT, November 13, 2014

‍Japan: circle of wealth – FT, November 13, 2014

‍Continental Resources ditches price safety net – FT, November 13, 2014

‍US shale pioneers circle the wagons – FT, November 13, 2014

‍Children’s Museums Brand Exhibits With Corporate Sponsorship – WSJ, November 12, 2014

‍Houston Haven for Oilmen Bows to the Times – WSJ, November 12, 2014

‍Fears of Inflation Stem From Worrisome Origins – NYT, November 12, 2014

‍Commentary: Educate girls — empower women – Washington Post, November 10, 2014

‍Disney Film Boss Alan Horn Finds Success After Ouster by Warner – NYT, November 10, 2014

‍Can Money Buy You Happiness? – WSJ, November 10, 2014

‍We play with fire if we skimp on public health – FT, November 10, 2014

‍A passport to privilege – FT, November 8, 2014

‍When Buddha meets Buffett – FT, November 8, 2014

‍One medical school’s ultimate test carries all the chaos of the battlefield – Washington Post, November 8, 2014

‍In Love With a Priest: Support Groups Spread – NYT, November 5, 2014

‍In Japan, Moves to Stimulate Economy Reach a Critical Stage – NYT, November 5, 2014

‍Toxic Italy Is the Crucial Test for QE in Europe – WSJ, November 2, 2014

‍A Cup of G.I. Joe – NYT, November 1, 2014

‍Philippines’ Rise as Call-Center Nation Lures Expats Home – Bloomberg, October 31, 2014

‍In Britain, financial technology start-up is leading the challenge of traditional lending – Washington Post, October 31, 2014

‍Venture Capitalist Sounds Alarm on Startup Investing – WSJ, October 31, 2014

‍A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D. – NYT, October 31, 2014

‍Debt Fuels Growth of Buyout Shops – WSJ, October 29, 2014

‍Energy Boom Can Withstand Steeper Oil-Price Drop – WSJ, October 29, 2014

‍Fed Closes Chapter on Easy Money – WSJ, October 29, 2014

‍Talent agents to the stars can give lessons in motivation – FT, October 29, 2014

‍Family, friends and colleagues gather to pay final tribute to Benjamin C. Bradlee – Washington Post, October 29, 2014

‍Kerrying On – Vital Smarts, October 29, 2014

‍Bill Ackman and His Hedge Fund, Betting Big – NYT, October 25, 2014

‍In Brazil’s Election, a Stark Vote on the Nation’s Economy – NYT, October 24, 2014

‍A Writing Retreat by Rail, From Paris to the Côte d’Azur – NYT, October 24, 2014

‍Why China Won’t Keep Growing Fast Forever – NYT, October 24, 2014

‍In Some Ways, the Rich Aren’t So Different From You and Me – NYT, October 24, 2014

‍In Eurozone, Deflation; in U.S., Mild Inflation – NYT, October 24, 2014

‍Amazon’s Spending Leads to Biggest Quarterly Loss in 14 Years – WSJ, October 23, 2014

‍Fracking Companies Become Victims of Their Own Success – WSJ, October 22, 2014

‍Kyle Bass predicts more macro volatility – CNBC, October 22, 2014

‍Kyle Bass: Fed tapers to zero next week – CNBC, October 22, 2014

‍http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26/magazine/what-if-age-is-nothing-but-a-mind-set.html?_r=1 – NYT, October 22, 2014

‍The Malaria Fighter – NYT, October 20, 2014

‍Global Markets Catch the Chinese Flu – WSJ, October 19, 2014

‍A surge of oil that keeps prices low even as fears run high – FT, October 18, 2014

‍In his words: Marc Andreessen on big data, bitcoin and upending the world of finance – Washington Post, October 18, 2014

‍Oil Is Cheap. But Not So Cheap That Americans Won’t Profit From It – Bloomberg, October 18, 2014

‍Mexican Oil Giant Pemex Looks to Reverse Decline – WSJ, October 18, 2014

‍Cheaper crude Oil price fall sparks Venezuela default fears – FT, October 17, 2014

‍America’s revival defies Washington’s sclerosis – FT, October 17, 2014

‍Markets are parched for liquidity despite a flood of cash – FT, October 17, 2014

‍FAA, Airlines Agree on Near-Term Plan to Upgrade Air-Traffic Control – WSJ, October 17, 2014

‍Ackman’s hopes for fund disappointed on debut – FT, October 17, 2014

‍Going Gently Into the Night – WSJ, October 16, 2014

‍Atul Gawande on the ultimate end game – Washington Post, October 16, 2014

‍Structured Notes: The Risks of Insuring Against Risks – WSJ, October 16, 2014

‍The Real Reasons to Worry About Stocks – WSJ, October 15, 2014

‍What’s Your Fitness Age? – NYT, October 15, 2014

‍Hedge funds face their worst year since 2011 – FT, October 15, 2014

‍Oil’s Decline: Enemy of the State – WSJ, October 14, 2014

‍Global Oil Glut Sends Prices Plunging – WSJ, October 14, 2014

‍Adolf Eichmann’s Extraordinary Evil – WSJ, October 14, 2014

‍OPEC Members’ Rift Deepens Amid Falling Oil Prices – WSJ, October 12, 2014

‍More Big Venture-Backed Companies Shun IPOs, For Now – WSJ, October 8, 2014

‍Invest In These Hedge Funds At A Discount – Yahoo Finance, October 14, 2014

‍World millionaire population to surge 50% by 2019 – CNBC, October 14, 2014

‍Exclusive: Oil trader Hall avoids big loss, expects market to struggle – Reuters, October 10, 2014

‍In the U.S., a Turning Point in the Flow of Oil – NYT, October 7, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘The Innovators’ by Walter Isaacson – WSJ, October 5, 2014

‍The Washington Post Regains Its Place at the Table – NYT, October 5, 2014

‍The new era of muddle-nomics – Washington Post, October 5, 2014

‍The Best Possible Day – NYT, October 5, 2014

‍Europe’s economy is crummy. Invest now! – Washington Post, October 4, 2014

‍Oil: $75 Looks Good – Barrons, October 4, 2014

‍Book Reviews: Economics of Art – Barrons, October 4, 2014

‍Fidelity’s Bright Stars – Barrons, October 4, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘How Google Works’ by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg – WSJ, October 3, 2014

‍Brent oil benchmark falls to 28-month low – FT, October 3, 2014

‍Overseas Stimulus Moves Drive Yen, Euro and Renminbi Down Against Dollar – NYT, October 2, 2014

‍The Four New Breeds of Entrepreneurs – WSJ, October 2, 2014

‍U.S. Oil Price Falls Below $90, Then Recovers – WSJ, October 2, 2014

‍Activist Funds Aren’t Sharing the Ties They Have to Advisers – WSJ, October 2, 2014

‍Warren Buffett Buys New-Car Retail Chain – WSJ, October 2, 2014

‍Small Caps Miss Out on Stock Rally – WSJ, September 28, 2014

‍The logic in exporting U.S. oil – Washington Post, September 28, 2014

‍Dry Humor: Too Much Water Doesn’t Damp Germans’ Thrifty Habits – WSJ, September 28, 2014

‍Washington Nationals woo season-ticket fans with photos, autographs, discounts – Washington Post, September 28, 2014

‍Pension Possibilities – Barrons, September 27, 2014

‍Shale crude and gas producers have been victims of their own success – FT, September 27, 2014

‍Michael Faraday: Working-Class Hero – Barrons, September 27, 2014

‍Brent premium to WTI narrows sharply – FT, September 26, 2014

‍Draghi’s new weapon in war on deflation – FT, September 25, 2014

‍How Alibaba Boosted Its IPO Size by Taking a Walk in Greenshoes – Bloomberg, September 22, 2014

‍Italy debt burden is a problem for us all – FT, September 22, 2014

‍California calls time – FT, September 20, 2014

‍Alibaba IPO crowns two-year comeback – FT, September 20, 2014

‍How to fix Obamacare – Economist, September 20, 2014

‍Chasing a rolling snowball – Economist, September 20, 2014

‍Are U.S. Soldiers Dying From Survivable Wounds? – WSJ, September 19, 2014

‍Uproar in Harvard Class of ’69, This Time Over How School Spends Money – Bloomberg, September 19, 2014

‍Rush to Invest in Alibaba, but Concerns Linger About Company’s Future – NYT, September 18, 2014

‍An Effort to Raise Awareness of Sepsis, Led by Families Touched by It – NYT, September 18, 2014

‍A Full Night’s Sleep Can Really Pay Off—in Salary and Investments – WSJ, September 18, 2014

‍The Musk Family Plan for Transforming the World’s Energy – WSJ, September 18, 2014

‍No Magic Bullet for Pensions as Calpers Exits Hedge Funds – Bloomberg, September 17, 2014

‍How to avoid sabotage and sidetracks in meetings – FT, September 17, 2014

‍The Philadelphia Eagles’ Secret Coaches: Professors – WSJ, September 16, 2014

‍Ebola’s Warning for an Unprepared America – WSJ, September 16, 2014

‍Turnround champion shakes up Pemex – FT, September 16, 2014

‍One shale chaser’s sweet spot is another’s sink hole – FT, September 16, 2014

‍Ackman switches planned listing of fund from London to Amsterdam – FT, September 16, 2014

‍Pressure for High Marks at Harvard Extends to Its Investment Chief – NYT, September 15, 2014

‍If You Buy Alibaba, Be Ready for a Rough Ride – WSJ, September 15, 2014

‍Calpers, Nation’s Biggest Pension Fund, to End Hedge Fund Investments – NYT, September 15, 2014

‍I will belly-dance if I have to – FT, September 13, 2014

‍Charles Munger: Secrets of Buffett’s Success? – WSJ, September 12, 2014

‍Temasek plays the long game in Asia – FT, September 8, 2014

‍An MBA that served up a big slice of the snack market – FT, September 8, 2014

‍ECB’s Draghi Takes a Gamble on QE-lite – WSJ, September 7, 2014

‍Free Flight – The Economist, September 6, 2014

‍Welcome to my genome – Economist, September 6, 2014

‍Over the horizon – Economist, September 6, 2014

‍Alibaba Targets $155 Billion Value in IPO – WSJ, September 5, 2014

‍Promise From European Central Bank Is Also a Gamble – NYT, September 4, 2014

‍Low yields betray Europe’s ‘problem’ – FT, September 4, 2014

‍Innovation helps Lynchburg General Hospital serve emergency patients better – Washington Post, September 5, 2014

‍David Ignatius: The Senate Republicans’ foolish fight over ambassadors – Washington Post, September 2, 2014

‍Trader Who Scored $100 Million Payday Bets Shale Is Dud – Bloomberg, September 2, 2014

‍Europe Crisis Is Resistant to Medicine of Low Rates – NY Times, September 2, 2014

‍Drilling Deep for Value – Barrons, August 30, 2014

‍For a Career Guide, 42 Years of Soft Landings – NYT, August 30, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘Robert Morris’s Folly’ by Ryan K. Smith – WSJ, August 29, 2014

‍The Bill Comes Due on Kinder Morgan MLPs – WSJ, August 29, 2014

‍How to invest like it’s 1979: Rising rates and big hair – USA Today, August 28, 2014

‍A New American Oil Bonanza – NYT, August 28, 2014

‍Are Stock Prices Headed for a Fall? – WSJ, August 27, 2014

‍Harvard Endowment Compensation Sparks Letter From Alumni – Bloomberg, August 27, 2014

‍Drug Maker in High-Stakes Race With Rivals – WSJ, August 19, 2014

‍For the Fed’s Interest Rates, Low Is the New Status Quo – WSJ, August 19, 2014

‍JP Morgan Joins Goldman in Designing Derivatives for a New Generation – Bloomberg, August 12, 2014

‍Japan’s Economy Shrinks the Most Since 2011 Quake on Tax – Bloomberg, August 12, 2014

‍A Global Financial Guru Who Predicted the Crisis of 2008 Says More Turmoil May Be Coming – Time, August 11, 2014

‍In Europe, Job Protections for Older Generation Are Barriers for Younger Workers – WSJ, August 8, 2014

‍How to Get America Moving Again – WSJ, August 8, 2014

‍Networking with Cisco’s John Chambers – WSJ, August 8, 2014

‍Power Network Draws Rich Families to Chicago Banker Byron Trott – Bloomberg, August 8, 2014

‍After Slip-Ups, Buyout Firm TPG Plots Comeback, Possible IPO – WSJ, August 5, 2014

‍In Bond Markets, Long Is Going Strong – WSJ, August 5, 2014

‍Wealth Managers Enlist Spy Tools to Map Portfolios – NYT, August 3, 2014

‍New York City Pension System Is Strained by Costs and Politics – NYT, August 3, 2014

‍In History’s Shadow – FT, August 2, 2014

‍At Lunch With Michael Kors and Danny Meyer – NYT, August 1, 2014

‍Warren G. Bennis, Scholar on Leadership, Dies at 89 – NYT, August 1, 2014

‍To Get Fluent in a New Language, Think in Pictures – WSJ, August 1, 2014

‍Japanese Funds Snap Up European Bonds – WSJ, August 1, 2014

‍Berkshire Profit Jumps 41% to Record on Buffett’s Bets – Bloomberg, August 1, 2014

‍Bears Who Won Big During Finance Crisis Are Growling Again – WSJ, July 31, 2014

‍The Short View – FT, July 31, 2014

‍Elliott chief puts his finger on the electromagnetic pulse threat – FT, July 30, 2014

‍Ebola’s Escape From Africa Unlikely Though Not Impossible – Bloomberg, July 29, 2014

‍x-chairmen of UBS and Glencore join forces in advisory business – FT, July 28, 2014

‍Engineer who engendered the vision that helped build Brazil – FT, July 26, 2014

‍Smart Aid for the World’s Poor – WSJ, July 25, 2014

‍Investors Retreat From Junk Bonds – WSJ, July 24, 2014

‍Stress Hormones That Leave Marks on Trading Floors – WSJ, July 24, 2014

‍Calpers Pulls Back From Hedge Funds – WSJ, July 23, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘The Emperor Far Away’ by David Eimer – WSJ, July 22, 2014

‍Takeovers highlight bets on equities outperforming bonds – FT, July 21, 2014

‍After the storm, the deals – FT, July 21, 2014

‍Comment – FT, July 19, 2014

‍The charming Celtic Tiger who overplayed his hand – FT, July 19, 2014

‍Raising Rates Is Easy to Say but Hard to Do – WSJ, July 14, 2014

‍Bill Gates’s Favorite Business Book – WSJ, July 11, 2014

‍How Overvalued Markets Translate Into Lower Returns – WSJ, July 11, 2014

‍Change Agents: Elizabeth Holmes wants your blood – USA Today, July 8, 2014

‍Prophet of energy independence – FT, July 7, 2014

‍Welcome to the Everything Boom, or Maybe the Everything Bubble – NYT, July 7, 2014

‍The Sorry State of Goalkeeping in Brazil – WSJ, July 6, 2014

‍A Mad Scramble for Young Bankers – NYT, July 5, 2014

‍Beware of Populist Economics – Barron’s, July 5, 2014

‍The productivity puzzle – FT, June 30, 2014

‍Spreading Unease in Corporate Bond Markets – WSJ, June 29, 2014

‍Blackstone Readies Big-Bet Hedge Fund – WSJ, June 29, 2014

‍Joanne Rohde, on Knowing When to Get In, and to Get Out – NYT, June 28, 2014

‍‘Smart Beta’ Investing Lets the Yardstick Pick the Stocks – NYT, June 27, 2014

‍Investors Who Bought Foreclosed Homes in Bulk Look to Sell – NYT, June 27, 2014

‍Huge Returns at Low Risk? Not So Fast – WSJ, June 27, 2014

‍A Case of Uncreative Destruction – WSJ, June 27, 2014

‍Shine a light on the sharks that lurk in dark pools – FT, June 27, 2014

‍23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki’s Washington charm offensive – Washington Post, June 27, 2014

‍Investing: Time to sell your junk – USA Today, June 26, 2014

‍When we were small: Samuel Adams – Washington Post, June 27, 2014

‍Pixar’s formula for creativity – FT, June 26, 2014

‍Big Investors Missed Stock Rally – WSJ, June 23, 2014

‍Harvard Seeks Fund Chief for the Long Haul – WSJ, June 23, 2014

‍Clinical timing – FT, June 21, 2014

‍The hedge fund holdout who plays the political long game – FT, June 21, 2014

‍The Tao of talent spotting – FT, June 21, 2014

‍’When People Choose, They Choose Wrong’ – WSJ, June 20, 2014

‍ValueAct’s Ubben Has a New Target: His Hedge-Fund Peers – WSJ, June 19, 2014

‍Spanish Crises Offer Felipe VI Chance to Match His Father – Bloomberg, June 19, 2014

‍Immigration Reform Can’t Wait – WSJ, June 18, 2014

‍We Are All U.S. Soccer Fans Again – WSJ, June 17, 2014

‍Will Holding Down Rates Spark Inflation Without Helping the Long-Term Unemployed? – WSJ, June 17, 2014

‍IMF warns US to keep rates low, in downbeat analysis of economy – FT, June 17, 2014

‍Time for investors to take some chips off the table – FT, June 17, 2014

‍Europe faces the horrors of its own house of debt – FT, June 16, 2014

‍Natural-Gas Stockpiles at a Low – Barrons, June 14, 2014

‍Charity Golf Events Have Courses Filling Up – NYT, June 13, 2014

‍Can You Handle the Market’s Stress Test? – WSJ, June 13, 2014

‍Hedge Funds Get Stung by Slow Markets – WSJ, June 12, 2014

‍Three events that shaped our world – FT, June 11, 2014

‍Blackstone’s Blitzer Hunts Goldman’s Lost Opportunities – Bloomberg, June 9, 2014

‍Stock Bulls See More Reason for Optimism – WSJ, June 8, 2014

‍Borrower beware – FT, June 7, 2014

‍The Soul of a Hedge Fund ‘Machine’ – WSJ, June 6, 2014

‍VIX Hits 7-Year Low as S&P Rises for Week on ECB, Jobs – Bloomberg, June 6, 2014

‍KPMG to Acquire New Jersey Accounting Firm Rothstein Kass – WSJ, June 3, 2014

‍Bond Yields Lowest Since Napoleon Are No Comfort to Europe Amid Deflation Fight – Bloomberg, June 3, 2014

‍Bond Yields Indicate Worry – WSJ, June 2, 2014

‍As U.S. Stocks Soar, Bonds Offer a Warning – WSJ, June 1, 2014

‍Global Investors Looking for Real Estate Bargains Flock to Spain – NYT, May 29, 2014

‍The Short View – FT, May 27, 2014

‍‘Doolittle Raiders’ receive Congressional Gold Medal – Washington Post, May 25, 2014

‍The horror and honor of the Civil War on Memorial Day – Washington Post, May 25, 2014

‍Just do the maths: The risky business of ignoring statistics – FT, May 24, 2014

‍For New Graduates, Path to a Career Is Bumpy – WSJ, May 23, 2014

‍Never Mind Stocks. Just Buy the Company – NYT, May 23, 2014

‍Bank of Japan’s Kuroda Signals Impatience With Abe Government – WSJ, May 23, 2014

‍Life Lessons From Navy SEAL Training – WSJ, May 23, 2014

‍Entrepreneurs Top Private-Equity Firms on European Leveraged Deals – WSJ, May 22, 2014

‍What Kills You and Your Investments – Bloomberg, May 21, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper’ by Robert Bryce – WSJ, May 21, 2014

‍KKR Error Raises Question: What Cash Should Go to Investors? – WSJ, May 21, 2014

‍The True Value of Macro Forecasting for Value Investors – Vitaliy Katsenelson, May 20, 2014

‍Hedge funds are haunted by the spectre of deflation – FT, May 20, 2014

‍Fears over ‘lowflation’ serve up bond surprise – FT, May 20, 2014

‍Gas Explosions Appear Inevitable, Given State of Pipes – WSJ, May 20, 2014

‍Book Review: ‘I Heard My Country Calling’ by James Webb – WSJ, May 20, 2014

‍Miner Freeport Pressured by Water Costs as Copper Prices Slide – WSJ, May 20, 2014

‍Debt Rises in Leveraged Buyouts Despite Warnings – WSJ, May 20, 2014

‍Chasing Yield, Investors Plow Into Riskier Bonds – WSJ, May 19, 2014

‍Does It Pay to Hold Gold?: Ritholtz Chart – Bloomberg, May 19, 2014

‍Watchful China should do as Japan says not as it did – FT, May 19, 2014

‍Always Hungry? Here’s Why – NYT, May 16, 2014

‍How Summer Can Change Your Future – WSJ, May 16, 2014

‍A Clash of Ideals and Investments at Swarthmore – NYT, May 16, 2014

‍The Trade of the Century: When George Soros Broke the British Pound – Priceonomics, May 15, 2014

‍Barry Ritholtz: Investors must recognize what ‘this time it’s different’ really means – Washington Post, May 15, 2014

My Stoic response to the ‘fad’ for meditation – FT, May 14, 2014

Oil Exports Face Washington Bottleneck – WSJ, May 13, 2014

Are You Too Busy? How to Know Your Limits – WSJ, May 13, 2014

Vital Statistics – FT, May 10, 2014

Just How Dumb Are Investors? – WSJ, May 9, 2014

Why Buffett is steering clear of catastrophe bonds – FT, May 9, 2014

Detroit’s clever and likely illegal art-for-pensions deal – Washington Post, May 9, 2014

The Short View – FT, May 8, 2014

A Different View on Risk and Reward – NYT, May 8, 2014

The disturbing decline in Americans’ geographic mobility – Washington Post, May 7, 2014

Mexico Expects Modest Revival Now, Bigger Bang Later On – WSJ, May 6, 2014

‍Buffett springs surprise on the faithful – FT, May 5, 2014

Exxon and Chevron trailing in U.S. fracking boom – USA Today, May 4, 2014

DuPont’s Kullman: “Never Declare Victory” – Barron’s, May 3, 2014

Why Buffett Is Wrong on Coke – Barron’s, May 3, 2014

A Liberal Indictment of Government – Barron’s, May 3, 2014

Retirement Investors Flock Back to Stocks – WSJ, May 1, 2014

Searching for Yield, at Almost Any Price – NYT, May 1, 2014

Mark Josephson of Bitly, on Leading With a Compass – NYT, May 1, 2014

Bill Clinton Defends His Economic Legacy – NYT, April 30, 2014

Remember Life Before Antibiotics? No? Wait, It’ll Come to You – Bloomberg, April 29, 2014

‍The Right Way to Develop Shale Gas – NYT, April 29, 2014

‍Challenging Putin’s Values – NYT, April 29, 2014

‍Boards need more women – mine too – FT, April 29, 2014

The Right Way to Develop Shale Gas – NYT, April 29, 2014

Overheard – WSJ, April 28, 2014

Why Marcellus Shale Gas Doesn’t Get to New England – WSJ, April 27, 2014

‍The World’s Resources Aren’t Running Out – WSJ, April 25, 2014

Private Citizen Bloomberg on Philanthropy – NYT, April 25, 2014

Warning signs of a credit market that could go pop soon – WSJ, April 25, 2014

The World’s Resources Aren’t Running Out – WSJ, April 25, 2014

Eurozone periphery nurses debt wounds – FT, April 21, 2014

How to Get a Job at Google, Part 2 – NYT, April 19, 2014

How to Spot a Market Bubble Before It Bursts – WSJ, April 19-20, 2014

David Marsh: IMF overhaul is in U.S. interest – USA Today, April 1620, 2014

Graduates hunt for ‘search fund’ success – FT, April 16, 2014

IBM Needs to Offer Investors More Than Safety – WSJ, April 15, 2014

Brad Smith of Intuit: Follow the Fastest Beat of Your Heart – NYT, April 12, 2014

‘Flash Boys’: Michael Lewis does it again – Washington Post, April 12, 2014

American subprime lending is back on the road – FT, April 11, 2014

Lunch With T. Boone Pickens – The Motley Fool, April 10, 2014

National CD rates for April 10, 2014 – Bankrate.com, April 10, 2014

‍LinkAmerica: The 18th time was the charm – Fortune, April 10, 2014

‘Asian century’ will dominate global financial markets – FT, April 8, 2014

Bonds of Italy, Spain Narrow Gap With U.S., German Yields – WSJ, April 8, 2014

The Short View – Financial Times, April 8, 2014

Amid showdown with energy-rich Russia, calls rise in Europe to start fracking – Washington Post, April 7, 2014

What I Told My Paid Subscribers to Buy This Month – DailyWealth Investment Newsletter, April 7, 2014

Flight 370’s Loss Changes Minds About Real-Time Tracking – Bloomberg, April 7, 2014

Book Review: ‘Mover and Shaker’ by Andy McCue – WSJ, April 4, 2014

Borrowing Costs to Stay Low, says IMF – Financial Times, April 4, 2014

8 years old and homeless: In D.C., there are hundreds of children just like Relisha – Washington Post, March 31, 2014

Advice for a Happy Life by Charles Murray – WSJ, March 30, 2014

How to Rescue Baseball From Itself – Bloomberg, March 28, 2014

Treasuries Post Monthly Loss as Fed Flattens Yield Curve – Bloomberg, March 28, 2014

Fixed income offers a security blanket for buffering risk – FT, March 27, 2014

New Ways Airlines Avoid Turbulence – WSJ, March 26, 2014

Beneath Cities, a Decaying Tangle of Gas Pipes – NYT, March 23, 2014

In McLean, a crusade to get people to back off in the parenting arms race – WSJ, March 14, 2014

The long and the short of the George Soros strategy – Business Spectator, March 21, 2014

Robert Strauss, Top Washington Trouble-Shooter, Dies at 95 – Bloomberg, March 20, 2014

Junk Bonds at $2 Trillion as Gundlach Pulls Back: Credit Markets – Bloomberg, March 19, 2014

From Putin, a Blessing in Disguise – New York Times, March 18, 2014

Internet retailers take on razor, eyeglass monopolies – Washington Post, March 15, 2014

The Science of ‘Paying It Forward’ – New York Times, March 14, 2014

A Dragnet at Dewey & LeBoeuf Snares a Minnow – New York Times, March 14, 2014

Klarman warns of asset price bubble – FT, March 10, 2014

Klarman warns of impending asset price bubble – CNBC, March 10, 2014

Frank Jobe, pioneer of Tommy John surgery for baseball pitchers, dies at 88 – Washington Post, March 7, 2014

Apollo’s charge to the top: Private equity A deep understanding of debt has helped the US investment firm become the most powerful player in the industry – FT, March 10, 2014

Yen-Pinching Undercuts Japan’s Push Against Years of Deflation – New York Times, March 10, 2014

Pharmaceutical Scouts Seek New Star Drugs for Cancer, Diabetes – Washington Post, March 9, 2014

Memories of Dean Smith linger, even as his memory sadly fails him – Washington Post, March 2, 2014

The consigliere of Silicon Valley – Washington Post, March 4, 2014

‘I don’t have any faith in forecasts’: Andrew Smithers – FT, March 3, 2014

Putin’s error in Ukraine is the kind that leads to catastrophe – Washington Post, March 2, 2014

Buffett Sets Fresh Goal as Berkshire Misses Five-Year Target – Bloomberg, March 1, 2014

No Changes in CD Yields – WSJ, March 1, 2014

Kim Reed Perell of Adconion Direct, on Thinking Big and Working Backward – NYT, February 27, 2014

How to Get a Job at Google – NYT, February 22, 2014

Mexico and NAFTA at 20 – FT, February 19, 2014

Arctic Winds Put Fire Under Natural Gas – WSJ, February 19, 2014

Master Limited Partnerships: It’s Time to Get Picky – Barron’s, February 15, 2014

Beware the Faustian Pact of the Professions – FT, February 14, 2014

Natural Gas Soars as Stockpiles Drop – WSJ, February 13, 2014

The Dark Side of Japan’s Creating Inflation – Bloomberg, February 6, 2014

The New Nonprofit IPO – Stanford Social Innovation Review, January 29, 2014

New Warnings From an Investing Pioneer – WSJ, January 17, 2014

Former Treasury Chief Sees Accounting in the Price of Emission: Dumb Question – Bloomberg, January 17, 2014

Women-owned hedge funds outperform the market – Washington Post, January 15, 2014

Hefty Bank Fees Waylay Soldiers – WSJ, January 15, 2014

The Bourbon king struggling to restore a tarnished crown – FT, January 11, 2014

Why This European Is Bullish on America – WSJ, January 10, 2014

The Short View – Financial Times, January 9, 2014

Did Soros Just Predict a China Crash? – Bloomberg, January 8, 2014

Uber CEO: Surge Pricing Is Here to Stay – WSJ, January 7, 2014

Hedge Funds Up 7.4% in 2013 to Trail S&P 500 for Fifth Year – Businessweek, January 7, 2014

Frustrated shale investors could take lead from Buffett – Financial Times, January 6, 2014

Junk Yields: Too Low for Comfort? – Barron’s, January 4, 2014

Andreessen: Bubble Believers ‘Don’t Know What They’re Talking About’ – WSJ, January 3, 2014

Winner Doesn’t Take All in Commodities – WSJ, January 3, 2014

Degrees of Value: Making College Pay Off – WSJ, January 3, 2014

Why the Eagles Aren’t Ducks – WSJ, January 2, 2014

Pension Plans Taken Off Discount Rack – WSJ, January 2, 2014

Three Ways for Europe to Cut Its Debt Load – WSJ, January 2, 2014

Why I Chose the Red, White and Blue – WSJ, January 2, 2014

Euro Zone’s Weak Recovery Poses Risks to Others – WSJ, January 1, 2014

Tips on Getting B-School Grads to Dig a Little Deeper – WSJ, January 1, 2014

2013

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Tom Russo Holiday letter 2013 – December 31, 2013

Book Review: ‘The Imperial Season,’ by William Seale – WSJ, December 30, 2013

Researchers Aim to Speed Cures to Patients – WSJ, December 30, 2013

Winners of 2013: Boring Investors – WSJ, December 30, 2013

Rising Rates Favor Shorter Junk Bonds – WSJ, December 29, 2013

Don’t fret about soaring asset prices – this time is different – FT, December 29, 2013

CEO of the Year: T. Boone Pickens – D Magazine, December 2013

Continental at the heart of shale revolution – FT, December 27, 2013

The Insiders’ Game: The transition from power or money to power and money – Washington Post, December 27, 2013

Pierpaolo Barbieri and Niall Ferguson: Mexico’s Economic Reform Breakout – WSJ, December 26, 2013

Notre Dame Endowment Recruits Investment Staff From Among Alumni – WSJ, December 26, 2013

Startups Ratchet Up the Risk With Share Promises – WSJ, December 25, 2013

Japan Says ‘Sayonara’ to Deflation Worries – WSJ, December 25, 2013

Book Review: ‘Wrong,’ by Richard S. Grossman – WSJ, Decmeber 25, 2013

The brave new world of investor activism – FT, December 24, 2013

Investing in the nation’s health – Washington Post, December 24, 2013

Warning on ‘drive-by’ fund activism – FT, December 24, 2013

Strong Profit Margin at Paramount Pictures Underlines a Hollywood Shift – NYT, December 22, 2013

Even an ageing bull can still pack some power – FT, December 23, 2013

99% of Long-Term Investing Is Doing Nothing; the Other 1% Will Change Your Life – Motley Fool, December 20, 2013

Are investors ready for the taper? – FT, December 19, 2013

Three simple rules for 401(k) investing success – USA Today, December 19, 2013

Loans Expand, and Fees Follow – WSJ, December 19, 2013

Patience is key to life’s endless negotiation – FT, December 18, 2013

End of QE will test diversification faith – FT, December 18, 2013

Bank of Japan misfires on loan support programme – FT, December 18, 2013

A Checklist for Investors – WSJ, December 13, 2013

Forget the Fed, prepare for Tokyo “taper” – FT, December 13, 2013

Investors Up on Junk Bond See-Saw for Now – FT, December 13, 2013

Buffett, Slim, Greenspan, Tyson Pick Best Books of 2013 – Bloomberg, December 13, 2013

Hedge Funds May Rebound and Spoil Buffett’s Bet – WSJ, December 8, 2013

Marriages can survive the start-up pressures – FT, December 4, 2013

Fink Says Pension Funds Should Invest More in Stocks – Bloomberg, December 4, 2013

Book Review: ‘The Cure in the Code,’ by Peter W. Huber – WSJ, December 3, 2013

A Second Act for a Top Wall Street Strategist – NYT, December 2, 2013

Tech entrepreneur’s renovation of Hickory Hill signals new guard’s refashioning of D.C. – Washington Post, December 1, 2013

Ha-Joon Chang: what’s wrong with economics – FT, November 30, 2013

Ten-Year Treasury Yield: Home on the Range – Barron’s, November 30, 2013

An interview with Mortimer Zuckerman: How he succeeds in real estate – Washington Post, November 29, 2013

US crude trades at record discount – FT, November 29, 2013

Tips from a prolific public speaker – FT, November 27, 2013

Cardinals Put Aside Sentiment and Redesign a Perennial Contender – New York Times, November 26, 2013

Hospitals Take On Post-ICU Syndrome, Helping Patients Recover – WSJ, November 25, 2013

Once Cable’s King, Malone Aims to Regain His Crown – New York Times, November 24, 2013

Prescriptions for comity in government – Washington Post, November 22, 2013

Inside the mind of Marc Andreessen – CNN Money, November 21, 2013

The Biggest Mistake Doctors Make – WSJ, November 17, 2013

Japan’s Signals Sink the Yen – WSJ, November 14, 2013

Buying Low Thwarted by Narrowest Stock Valuation Gap Ever – Bloomberg, November 13, 2013

Summer Learning Video – Horizons National

Quant funds play waiting game after QE losing streak – FT, November 13, 2013

Risk Parity Is Hot, but It’s a Flawed Allocation Strategy – WSJ, November 10, 2013

Why Focusing Too Narrowly in College Could Backfire – WSJ, November 10, 2013

Merkel NSA Anger Won’t Harm U.S. Ties – Bloomberg, November 7, 2013

‍The Odd Economics of Stanford Football – WSJ, November 7, 2013

Berkshire Profit Benefits From Shift to Rail, Utilities – Bloomberg, November 4, 2013

Jon Huntsman Sr.’s Early Calling to Philanthropy – NYT, November 1, 2013

Blackstone Tries Bond Backed by Home-Rental Income – WSJ, October 31, 2013

The Givers’ Club – Barron’s, October 26, 2013

Chairman of the Establishment – FT, October 19, 2013

A quiet Master of the Universe – FT, October 2013

Caxton chief warns of US fallout – FT, October 2013

After the fall: Lawrence Summers assesses Alan Greenspan’s ideas for the future of financial regulation – FT, October 2013

Book Review: ‘The Map and the Territory,’ by Alan Greenspan – WSJ, October 2013

The battle over the budget is the wrong fight – FT, October 14, 2013

US debt impasse exposes Achilles’ heel of finance – FT, October 14, 2013

Where Jim Rogers Is Investing Now – Barrons, October 12, 2013

From Summer Camp, a Parable for Washington – New York Times, October 12, 2013

Doctor Discusses Biomarker That Could Help Predict Diabetes 10 Years Prior to Diagnosis – Boston News, October 12, 2013

There Is A Lot Of Turf Warfare – FT, October 12, 2013

Does OPEC still have the U.S. over a barrel? – Washington Post, October 11, 2013

Fidelity Billionaire Johnson Taps ETFs as Profits From Funds Fade – Bloomberg, October 8, 2013

Bill Comes Due for Brazil’s Middle Class – WSJ, October 8, 2013

Why US shale miracle is surprisingly unprofitable – FT, October 6, 2013

Manage your time as well as your staff – FT, October 2, 2013

Prem Watsa: The Man Who Would Buy BlackBerry – Barron’s, September 28, 2013

Head for heights – FT, September 25, 2013

Jim Leech CEO, Ontario Teachers’ Pension – FT, September 25, 2013

The Way We Were – NYT, September 24, 2013

Death Dinners at Baby Boomers’ Tables Take on Dying Taboo – Bloomberg, September 23, 2013

Scene Last Night: Ackman Boosts Oxford MBA Scholarship – September 23, 2013

Law Opens Financing of Start-Ups to Crowds – New York Times, September 22, 2013

U.S. has not addressed real threat of strategic terrorism – Washington Post, September 20, 2013

Auto Leases Entice, but They’re Still Costly – New York Times, September 20, 2013

Buffett Calls Fed History’s Greatest Hedge Fund – Bloomberg, September 20, 2013

The Long, Sorry Tale of Pension Promises – WSJ, September 20, 2013

A Man Who Made a Big Difference – News & Advance, September 20, 2013

Robert Gerzsten – New Diabetes Study, MyFoxBoston.com

Jim Candler, longtime Lynchburg community leader, dies at 78 – News & Advance, September 18, 2013

After a Financial Flood, Pipes Are Still Broken – NYT, September 14, 2013

How Wal-Mart’s Waltons Maintain Their Billionaire Fortune – Bloomberg, September 11, 2013

Veterans face another backlog as a quarter-million appeal disability claims – Washington Post, September 10, 2013

Loeb Reinsurer Seen Topping Einhorn’s on Underwriting – Bloomberg, September 9, 2013

McKinsey & Co. Isn’t All Roses in a New Book – NYT, September 2, 2013

Activist Storms Microsoft’s Board – WSJ, August 30, 2013

Fewer secrets doesn’t mean less security – Washington Post, August 30, 2013

Charlie Munger: Lessons From an Investing Giant – WSJ, August 30, 2013

Government Is a Good Venture Capitalist – WSJ, August 27, 2013

Hedge Funders Are All a Little Nuts – WSJ, August 27, 2013

Steve Case’s Second Life as D.C.’s Favorite Businessman – Business Week, August 22, 2013

Private equity: Last of the risk-takers? – FT, August 18, 2013

Gene Breakthroughs Spark a Revolution in Cancer Treatment – WSJ, August 13, 2013

Blackstone to Buy Stakes in Apartment Complexes From GE Unit – WSJ, August 12, 2013

William P. Clark, Former Reagan Aide, Dies at 81 – August 11, 2013

Boom… or Bust? – Barron’s, August 10, 2013

The Dark Side of Higher Yields – WSJ, August 9, 2013

Fear gauge barely registers as Wall Street marches on – FT, August 7, 2013

Marcellus production key to US shale price – FT, August 7, 2013

Spying scandals jeopardise the genomic revolution – FT, July 31, 2013

Russo Article – Columbia Business School, Spring, 2013

Japan’s Revival Bid Has Global Consequences – WSJ, July 29, 2013

Yield Seekers Get Their Second Wind From Fed – WSJ, July 28, 2013

From the battlefield to the corporate world via business school – FT, July 28, 2013

‘Shallow Risk’ and ‘Deep Risk’ Are No Walk in the Woods – WSJ, July 26, 2013

Barry Ritholtz: Everybody loves a good story – Washington Post, July 26, 2013

Texas oilman George P. Mitchell, billionaire philanthropist and fracking pioneer, dies at 94 – Washington Post, July 26, 2013

Are hedge funds really for suckers? Yeah, kinda. – Washington Post, July 15, 2013

Rising interest rates could mean the window to fix infrastructure on the cheap is closing – Washington Post, July 12, 2013

Pollution: Under a cloud – FT, July 12, 2013

Finance: Money for nothing – FT, July 11, 2013

Merkel’s ‘deutsche Michel’ ploy is bad economics – FT, July 11, 2013

Markets Insight: Dense feedback loops heighten risk of contagion – FT, July 11, 2013

On 5th Anniversary of GI Bill, Benefits Need Protections From Unscrupulous For-Profit Colleges – Roll Call, July 10, 2013

A bold plan for rebuilding our roads and bridges – Fortune, July 8, 2013

Insure your stocks against a crash – Fortune, July 8, 2013

Summer Jobs for the Guilty Generation – WSJ, July 8, 2013

Texas heartland leads the US oil revival – FT, July 7, 2013

Snowden made the right call when he fled the U.S. – Washington Post, July 7, 2013

Too Much Noise From Hospital Alarms Poses Risk for Patients – Washington Post, July 7, 2013

Darwin’s humbling lesson for business – FT, July 2, 2013

Russo Article – Manual of Ideas, June 13, 2013

Ask Bill Clinton: How Important Is Manufacturing to U.S. Job Growth? – Bloomberg Businessweek, June 13, 2013

Take Two of These and Call Me in the Morning – Bloomberg Businessweek, June 13, 2013

Russo Article – Outlook Business, June 8, 2013

How to Turn Your Generosity Into Philanthropy – WSJ, June 6, 2013

Showtages of Drugs Threaten TB Fight – WSJ, June 6, 2013

Western healthcare can learn from advances in poorer nations – FT, June 4, 2013

America owes a lot to Bernanke – FT, June 4, 2013

Beware of Sideways Markets – Vitaliy Katsenelson on Money Talks, May 28, 2013

Low interest rates are the final straw for many company pensions – Washington Post, May 24, 2013

A hedge fund for you and me? The best move is to take a pass – Washington Post, May 23, 2013

Berkshire CEOs Spend Quietly, Match Buffett on Heinz Deal – Bloomberg, May 10, 2013

Disruptive Technologies – McKinsey, May 2013

Berkshire Sells Debt to Buyers Buffett Pities: Corporate Finance – Bloomberg, May 9, 2013

Lessons can be learned from Reinhart-Rogoff error – Washington Post, May 5, 2013

Warren Buffett is Bullish … on Women – Fortune, May 2, 2013

Notre Dame to be new home of climate change index – South Bend Tribune, April 18, 2013

Tokyo would do well to heed the lessons of Volcker’s War – FT, April 2013

Schwab still roots for the small investor – USA Today, April 11, 2013

More Buck, Less Bang – FT, April 11, 2013

Earning Their Keep – Barrons, April 6, 2013

Gross Says Buffett to Soros Careers Fueled by Expansion – Bloomberg, April 3, 2013

Warren Buffett Explains Why He Purchased Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad – Gurufocus, April 2, 2013

Dynegy’s Power Play on Natural Gas – WSJ, April 1, 2013

First of All, Get a Second Opinion – WSJ, March 26, 2013

I realised how rich I had become – FT, March 23, 2013

Here Comes the Slow-Stock Movement – WSJ, March 22, 2013

After decade of war, troops still struggling to find work – Washington Post, March 19, 2013

America The Retirement Home – Washington Post, March 17, 2013

Europe’s work is far from over – Washington Post, March 17, 2013

Back to Work – People Magazine, March 13, 2013

A Simple Strategy for When to Buy This Legendary Investor’s Stock – Daily Wealth, March 11, 2013

Guru to the Stars – Barrons, March 9, 2013

What surgeons leave behind costs some patients dearly – USA Today, March 8, 2013

Billions flow into US loan funds, FT – March 7, 2013

Low leveraged loan yields spark private equity feeding frenzy, FT – March 7, 2013

Cukier and Mayer-Schönberger: The Financial Bonanza of Big Data – WSJ, March 7, 2013

Treasury Needs a Better Long Game – WSJ, March 3, 2013

Exxon in Need of a Deal – WSJ, March 3, 2013

Druckenmiller Sees Storm Worse Than ’08 as Seniors Steal, Boomberg – March 1, 2013

Big Law Firm K&L Gates Lifts Veil on Financial Performance , WSJ – February 21, 2013

Bowles describes his most recent deficit-reduction plan, Washington Post – February 20, 2013

Another way to look at the national debt, Washington Post – February 8, 2013

Investors bolt from commodity hedge funds, FT – February 7, 2013

Endowment Returns Fail to Keep Pace with College Spending, Bloomberg – January 31, 2013

Kinder Plays Rockefeller While Chesapeake Burns, The Street – January 31, 2013

Time to break wall of silence on escalating cyber attacks, Financial Times – January 25, 2013

Charity takes cue from venture capital in seeking big results from small beginnings, Financial Times – January 25, 2013

Bill Gates: My Plan to Fix The World’s Biggest Problems, WSJ – January 25, 2013

Yes, the stock market is booming. No, it isn’t a bubble, Washington Post – January 23, 2013

Calpers Buy-Hold Rule Recoups $95 Billion Recessions Loss, Bloomberg – January 21, 2013

The Short View, FT – January 9, 2013

Beware Opportunities that Rely on the “Central Bank Put”, FT – January 8, 2013

Only Fools and Hedgehogs Claim to Know the Future of Complexity, FT – January 2, 2013

2012

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Dimon Outdone by Buffett, WSJ – December 31, 2012

Can Globalization Survive 2013? – Washington Post, December 30, 2012

Take a Market Psychology Test to Avoid Fighting the Last War, FT – December 29, 2012

Why Bernanke’s policies could hurt the economy more than going over the fiscal cliff – Washington Post, December 28, 2012

Lockstep Stock Moves Lock Up Investors – WSJ, December 27, 2012

For Poor, Leap to College Often Ends in a Hard Fall – NYT, December 22, 2012

A Short Story for a Long Winter’s Night, Barron’s – December 22, 2012

Lone German Keynesian Advocates Pooling Euro Debt, Bloomberg – December 6, 2012

How to Revive Animal Spirits in CEOs – Wall Street Journal, November 29, 2012

The America Ben Franklin saw, Washington Post – November 21, 2012

The America Ben Franklin Saw – Washington Post, November 21, 2012

Why We’re Investing in America – WSJ, November 19, 2012

Richard Elman, head of commodities giant Noble, turns his attention to U.S. – Washington Post, November 17, 2012

General Failure – The Atlantic, November 2012

Buffett’s Latest Bargain: Berkshire Hathaway – Barrons, November 10, 2012

Stanford Rooted Companies Would Form World Sized Economy – Bloomberg Business Week, November 2012

What business should do to restore competitiveness – Fortune, October 15, 2012

After the Boom in Natural Gas – NYT, October 12, 2012

Playing a Game of Economic Survivor – Vitaliy Katsenelson, Contrarian Edge, October 8, 2012

Learning from Britain’s fiscal model – Lawrence Summers, Washington Post, September 2012

The Magnitude of the Mess We’re In – WSJ, September 16, 2012

Why Can’t We Sell Charity Like We Sell Perfume? – WSJ, September 14, 2012

Making Sense of the Oil Boom – WSJ, September 13, 2012

Leadership lessons from Nick Saban – Fortune, September 7, 2012

Hedge Fund Places Faith in Euro Zone – NY Times, July 22, 2012

Omega Advisors founder has beat the market finding value in picks such as SLM, Apple – Bloomberg, June 27, 2012

Value Philanthropist – Forbes Charity, June 2012

Tisch Beats Buffett With 8% Return Citing Diana Ross, Bloomberg, May 4, 2012

Hedge Funds Hurt by Volatility, WSJ, April 29, 2012

Get Your Natural Gas Shopping List Ready, Eric Nuttall, The Energy Report, April 19, 2012

What trouble for government workers’ retirement benefits and municipal budgets means for bond investors, Washington Post, March 26, 2012

Investors eye tail risk to hedge against market plunges, PI Online, April 2, 2012

Larry Fink Q&A: BlackRock chief says rattled investors are playing it too safe, Washington Post, March 26, 2012

Lessons from Dad and Jeremy Lin, Forbes, March 7, 2012

IRA Owners Are Turning to Private Equity, Condominiums, Farmland and Other Alternatives, Wall Street Journal, March 2, 2012

Ken Hersh Interview – CNBC, February 2012

Big Long Is New Big Short as Bass Joins Subprime Bet, Bloomberg, February 15, 2012

Interest rates will stay low, low, low – USAToday, January 26, 2012

A Disciple of Warren Buffett’s Finds His Own Way of Giving Back – Time, January 12, 2012

2011

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A Few Simple Rules For Money Managers – Vitaliy Katsenelson, Contrarian Edge, October 26, 2011

It’s a Small, Small World – CIO Douglas Grey, Value Investing Letter, October 4, 2011

A Few Simple Rules For Money Managers to Improve Performance – Vitaliy Katsenelson, Institutional Investor, October 3, 2011

REITs, Don’t Fail Me Now – WSJ, October 1, 2011

Jason Zweig on Share Buybacks – WSJ, October 1, 2011

Buffett Demonstrates How to Do A Stock Buyback – Pat Larkin’s Value Journal, September 27, 2011

Buffett (and Russo) on Share Repurchases

Russo Letter re: Berkshire Announcement

Berkshire Share Repurchases Excerpt

Berkshire Instrinsic Value per Share Table #1

Berkshire Instrinsic Value per Share Table #2

Whitney Tilson Email on Berkshire Repurchase & Other Topics, September 2011

Why Volatility Is Your Friend – Semper Vic, Investment News, September 2011

Seth Klarman Framework for Investment Success, Gurufocus.com – August 23, 2011

The lower stocks go, the more I buy – Warren Buffett, CNNMoney, August 11, 2011

James Montier, a Psychoanalyst for Value Investors, Gurufocus.com – August 8, 2011

Analyst Comments on Berkshire Should Encourage Value Investors, Gurufocus.com – August 4, 2011

Permanent vs Transient Capital, Gurufocus.com – August 3, 2011

Mastering the Machine, New Yorker, July 2011

Blackstone Market Commentary, Byron Wien – July 2011

The Chinese Black Swan, Vitaliy N. Katsenelson – July 2011

Tim & Linde Groover, “Honor Your Father”, CBS Early Show, June 2011

Investment Principles, Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates, CNBC Squawk Box – March 3, 2011

A Framework For Investment Success, Seth Klarman, Value Investor Insight – February 2011

Buy The Fund Company, Kiplinger – January, 2011

30 of Charlie Munger’s Best Quotes, January 21, 2011

Lloyd Khaner interview on Bloomberg, January, 2011

2010

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2009

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Jim Chanos on CNBC Fast Money – December 2009

David Einhorn Presentation, VIC – October 19, 2009

Cyclical Bull / Secular Bear, Briefing.com – October 19, 2009

Gold Tells You U.S. Bubble Hasn’t Popped Yet: Alice Schroeder, Bloomberg – October 1, 2009

Lessons from Charlie Munger’s Poor Charlie’s Almanack – September 22, 2009

Jean-Marie Eveillard Interview, Forbes – September 11, 2009

Closely Watched Buffett Recalculating His Bets, New York Times – September 7, 2009

The Greenback Effect, Warren Buffett, New York Times – August 18, 2009

Buffett’s Goldman Stake Pays Richly, New York Times – July 24, 2009

The Oakmark Funds, Bill Nygren Commentary – June 30, 2009

Grant System Leads Cancer Researchers to Play It Safe, New York Times – June 27, 2009

Six Reasons Why Natural Gas is a better investment than Oil, Vitaliy Katsenelson, Contrarian Edge – June 19, 2009

Black Swan Trader Bets Reputation on Inflation, Wall Street Journal – June 17, 2009

Zeke Ashton Interview, Portfolio Manager’s Review – May 28, 2009

The Curse of the Triple A, David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital – May 27, 2009

Deja Voodoo, Whitney Tilson & John Heins. Forbes – May 19, 2009

Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Recap – May 2009

Legal Matters with Charles Munger – May 2009

Best of Wesco 2009 – Charlie Munger

Fund Manager “Best Ideas” – Social Science Research Network, April 2009

Tilson on Berkshire, Moody’s, and GE – April 9, 2009

More Investors Say Bye-Bye to Buy-and-Hold, Wall Street Journal – April 8, 2009

Inside The World’s Biggest Hedge Fund, CNN Money – March 19, 2009

Milton Friedman and Phil Donahue – 1979

Buffett Resumes U.S. Takeover Hunt as Rivals Drop Out, Bloomberg – March 12, 2009

Reinvesting When Terrified, Jeremy Grantham – March 2009

The Value of Not Being Sure, Seth Klarman – February 26, 2009

The Tao of Investing, James Montier – February 26, 2009

Old Lessons for a New Financial Crisis, Fortune – February 18, 2009

How We Can Restore Confidence, Charles T. Munger, Washington Post – February 11, 2009

Will Warren Buffett Buy Back Berkshire Hathaway Shares?, Gurufocus.com – February 2009

The Gates Foundation Annual Letter – February 2009

Buffett’s Metric Says It’s Time To Buy, Fortune – February 2009

Staying in the Game, Kiplinger – February 2009

An acute talent for innovation, Financial Times – February 1, 2009

Bruce Berkowitz Interview, Advisor Perspectives – January 6, 2009

2008

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