UF Weekend Reads

May 5, 2012

A dreary looking day in the NYC environs today, but that won’t overshadow birthday celebrations and other good news too cheer! A big shout to all UF members today. Oh, and fight for your right to party. Here then is Sam Forgione’s suggested readings.

 

From The New York Times:

A former managing director of Bain Capital has a telling beef with art-history majors.

From AR:

Hedge fund managers are still leaving their safety zones for emerging markets, even as John Paulson is recovering from his Sino-Forest bet, writes Jan Alexander.

From The Washington Post:

Barry Ritholtz riffs on some signs of stress in mutual funds and their managers.

From Slate:

Yascha Mounk points out simmering xenophobia in this year’s French elections.

From Forbes:

Robert Lenzner recounts why Warren Buffett is great in time for Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting.

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