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Stripped: A Louisville Fan Confronts His Team’s Sex Scandal

Stripped: A Louisville Fan Confronts His Team’s Sex Scandal
wsj.com — In Louisville, springtime doesn't herald Easter. God must wait, because there are March Madness games to watch. So much so that one of my fondest memories is my third grade teacher stopping class, rolling in a TV on a giant cart, and watching the University of Louisville Cardinals compete in a conference tournament game.

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Investing in 2016: ‘The Only Winning Move Is Not to Play the Game’

Investing in 2016: ‘The Only Winning Move Is Not to Play the Game’
wsj.com — The world's central banks can't save us anymore. That was the message from some of the world's most prominent investors at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Friday. Their mood here was irritated, bordering on affronted, with what they say has been central-bank intervention that has gone on too long.

Zipcar's Sale Represents a Triumph of Brand Over Business

Zipcar's Sale Represents a Triumph of Brand Over Business
wsj.com — Zipcar Inc. changed the world. But that didn't make it a good public company. It was a pretty awful one, in fact. By most measures, Wednesday's about $500 million sale to Avis Budget Group Inc. appears to represent an entrepreneurial high point. But that is far from the case.

John Green on Chewbacca, Stormtroopers, Personhood, Bankers, Finance, Potatoes and Horses

John Green on Chewbacca, Stormtroopers, Personhood, Bankers, Finance, Potatoes and Horses
blogs.wsj.com — Amid a sea of technocrats, bureaucrats and Eurocrats, one name stood out among the attendees of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. That name is John Green , popular author, wildly popular video blogger, and lately professional polymath.

The 5 Best Wall Street Journal Stories of 2015

The 5 Best Wall Street Journal Stories of 2015
linkedin.com — The Wall Street Journal publishes hundreds of stories each day. As both Business and Finance Editor of the Journal during 2015, I watched a lot of them come together. Some are truly fleeting. Others have an impact and a resonance that matters. Here are my 5 favorites of the year.

Better Living Through Layoffs

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Dow-DuPont Merger: Better Living Through Layoffs

Dow-DuPont Merger: Better Living Through Layoffs
wsj.com — To the eyeshades on Wall Street, a DuPont- Dow Chemical merger is a thing of utter sensibility. Cut costs. Rationalize. End two problems with one final $60 billion flourish. But there is a mournful edge to the whole idea. It's as if these two companies-absolute bedrock of U.S.

Insider Affair: An SEC Trial of the Heart

Insider Affair: An SEC Trial of the Heart
wsj.com — In November 2004, Ernst & Young partner James Gansman logged on to Ashleymadison.com, a Web site for people in search of extramarital affairs. Mr. Gansman, a lawyer living on Manhattan's Park Avenue, met a Philadelphia woman, Donna Murdoch. They began swapping phone calls and text messages between occasional in-person visits.
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Apr 28, 2016

Amazon Web Services makes more money than "Amazon" with just 15% of the revenue. Could AWS be worth more than IBM? pic.twitter.com/dfSa08Pg9l

Apr 13, 2016

Coalminer Peabody Energy was worth $20 billion in 2011. It's worth $38 million today. on.wsj.com/1V0AgBU pic.twitter.com/LrULYhuEDS

Apr 07, 2016

Accused Wall Street swindler Andrew Caspersen stole money from his own mother. on.wsj.com/1Vcoqod

Apr 05, 2016

BREAKING New Olive Garden bosses secretly continue rogue ways: No salt in the pasta water. on.wsj.com/1N7BKlP pic.twitter.com/aLhJWKq5Qq

Apr 04, 2016

Bill Gross resigned from Pimco in 2014 with a handwritten letter. Here it is. wsj.com/markets @bysarahkrouse pic.twitter.com/s6U9QANGP6

Mar 29, 2016

86 years of American wealth, science, greed, tastes, progress and calories. In one chart. on.wsj.com/1Uyn0om pic.twitter.com/hC1ia0Wsq8

Mar 16, 2016

What's it like to work at Bridgewater, Earth's largest hedge fund? Ask the head of the FBI. on.wsj.com/21viOUR pic.twitter.com/Pl8tpR9yPT

Mar 16, 2016

Stripped: A Louisville fan confronts his team’s sex scandal and a March with no madness wsj.com/articles/strip…


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