Elsewhere on Friday,
– Davies: What caused the equity crash?
– Strangers in strange lands.
– New investigation exposes glam life of Vladimir Putin’s bling ring.
– Sue your bank, keep your home, repeat.
– On spillovers and the case against giving in to trilemmas.
– How the world’s biggest stock hedge fund stayed a secret.
– Judging (harshly) Fiorina’s time at HP.
– No Virginia, there is no Uber monopoly. Also, that network effects canard raises its head again.
– Of banks’ internal capital models and deposit rates.
– More on Jeb Bush and the return of voodoo economics.
– Herbalife doesn’t think that it’s exaggerating at all when it says Bill Ackman is the antichrist.
– Edifying spectacle du jour: Gawker vs the Daily Mail.
– “Dubbed “programming cheerleaders,” these young women serve to chit-chat and play Ping-Pong with employees as part of their role.”
– “Once a stranger knows how intense my interest in them is, they won’t be able to resist.” And other endorsements of Tinder’s new “Super Like”.
– Further, further reading.