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Weekend reading

October 28, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

As Brain Changes, so can IQ: Learning doesn’t end

China’s Grand Strategy: Contrary to what you read in the Western media, China has a history of long-term planning and an approach that has been in place for years

The Science of Irrationality: New book from Daniel Kahneman. A good argument for having an investment checklist

The making of an entrepreneur: Richard Heckmann talks about his making of an entrepreneur and his experience with doing M&As.

Trouble at Fairholme: A look at Charlie Fernandez’s time at Fairholme

Otis Shifts work closer to home: ‘Reshoring’ is not a trend yet but more companies are definitely considering it. Here is another small company’s story

Gold ATM: Did someone say bubble?

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