I’ve seen a lot of change over the course of my career, but none like what we’re seeing now in investment management.
I recently went out to dinner at a hot new restaurant and found myself staring at the menu in a state of confusion. Just about every dish had a term I couldn’t identify.
Over the past few decades, technology has transformed the way we do many things—conversing through texts, booking flights, checking bank balances…it’s a long list.
Millennials are unlike their parents’ generation in so many ways: they marry later, have fewer children, rent rather than buy homes, spend vast amounts of time with technology, and spend less money...
There’s an intersection close to where I live with two gas stations facing one another across the street. One regularly charges about five cents per gallon of gas less than the other—sometimes as much as a dime...
I often call my mother when I drive to work in the morning. Invariably, the conversation turns to what she’s been reading in the newspapers or watching on TV—and, years ago, my career choice inspired her to pay attention to financial news…
A few weeks ago, on a flight out of San Francisco, a well-known entrepreneur—someone who created a service we all know and use, and who generated a huge amount of wealth for himself and his company’s investors—sat down next to me...
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