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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 21 Feb (Sat) – Richard Branson attributes some of his most successful companies to the art of note taking

Life

  • Richard Branson attributes some of his most successful companies to the art of note taking: BI
  • Jack and Suzy Welch on Business Today; The Welches on the problems with business, the state of global competition and their coming book on how to succeed: WSJ
  • Religion’s Role in the History of Ideas: WSJ
  • An Engineer Creates for Fun After a Lifetime of Workaday Rules; Seth Goldstein, 75, holds degrees in engineering and patents for biomedical innovations. But in retirement, he uses his engineering skills for whimsy and art. NYT
  • Jack and Suzy Welch on Business Today; The Welches on the problems with business, the state of global competition and their coming book on how to succeed: WSJ

Books

  • The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs : Amazon

Greater China

  • Primeline Energy reaches out for respect: ‘Not all Chinese companies listed in Canada are bad’: FP

ASEAN

  •  Indonesia’s Corruption Fighters in the Fight of Their Lives: NYT

Macro

  • IASB Member Sees Revenue Rule Delay As Inevitable: CFO
  • Biggest Nordic Buyout Fund Sees “Asset Bubbles Wherever We Look”: Zerohedge
  • Stanford dumps coal: why divestment doesn’t work; “You can’t subtract from a company by selling a share, it’s already committed capital, it’s just changing the ownership not the amount of capital. By definition you can’t have direct aggregate impact by divesting,” AW
  • Middle Class, Undefined: How Purchasing Power Affects Perceptions of Wealth: WSJ
  • Pension funds driven to take higher risks: FT
  • The active fund management model is not fit for purpose; Only 19% of US equity fund managers beat Russell 1000 index of large stocks for the year: FT
  • Middle Class, Undefined: How Purchasing Power Affects Perceptions of Wealth: WSJ

TMT

  • Bill Gurley: FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) in the ‘Private IPO’ Market Is Fueling Valuations: WSJ
  • Samsung Gear VR Review: A Shallow Dip Into the Virtual Pool: WSJ
  • Can an App Be Too Successful? Ask ‘Trivia Crack’; Mobile game has topped the charts with user-generated questions, but now players gripe of a glut: WSJ
  • Brand success in an era of Digital Darwinism; Companies adept at using digital tools along the consumer decision journey are gaining a sizable lead over competitors.: McKinsey
  • Cash floods late-stage tech despite warnings: FT
  • The New Rules Of Going Public: Techcrunch
  • Taking over the world? Tech giants are blowing billions and achieving little: Telegraph

Consumer & Others

  • Eataly Charms The World With Italian Fare And Flair; For building a grocery empire that looks nothing like a grocery store: FastCo
  • Warren Buffett’s Berkshire gets into the biker gear business: Fortune
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