What I’m Reading Today – Jan 10, 2014 #KevinsDailyReads

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What I’m Reading Today – Jan 10, 2014 #KevinsDailyReads

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Probably the most bizarre thing I’ve read in a while – company CEO screws over investors and Mark Cuban; a tale that involves private jets, Vegas parties and what sounds like straight up fraud; will have to wait and see if the article’s “facts” are true (Tech Crunch);

Apparently, divorced married adults are no happier compared to unhappy married adults – perhaps people forget that even after a divorce, you end up paying money to your ex-spouse and h/er new spouse = you end up with nothing; study also suggests that commitment in itself could prolong marriages after certain timespan (Separated Parenting Access & Resource Center);

“All visionary entrepreneurs must, at some point, find their own sense of romance in the compromises they make to build a profitable business” Udacity founder, Sebastian Thrun, discusses how even after getting millions to attend his online courses, [his co] is still not doing enough (Fast Co);

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman is cracking down on inside trades; BlackRock recently cooperated with AG’s office to stop using surveys that yielded the firm ‘unfair advantages’  (NYT);

#culturalpiece of the day: Korea now thinks the word for “kimchi” in Chinese is offensive – time to find a new name (Slate);

 

 

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