Extracurricular Reading List - September 26, 2014

Flagged articles from this week:

Kenny G, one of the first investors in Starbucks, has earned about as much money from stock trading over the last decade as from music.

A chat with Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charles Munger at the annual meeting of Daily Journal Corp.

Secret documents reveal unimaginable Cold War plots like “the plan to nuke the moon.

Los Angeles billionaire Alfred Mann, whose companies have created things like the rechargeable pacemaker and an implant for deaf people, wants to do as much as he can for humanity.

Tainted by allegations from Chevron and hobbled by partner defections, one of the capital’s best-connected law firms lost its independence and was absorbed into a less august partnership based in Cleveland.

Video reward for reading this far:

The Fastest Man in Rugby: Carlin Isles

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Have a good weekend,

Cup & Handle Macro Research

Posted to Cup & Handle Macro Research on Sep 25, 2014 — 1:09 PM
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