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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 10 Mar (Tues) – Here’s why Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, and Bill Gates love to read

Life

  • Here’s why Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, and Bill Gates love to read: BI, LinkedIn
  • The creative power of saying no: why focus is the key to innovation: BRW
  • Trouble at the family mill? Call in the Chief Emotional Officer: Insead
  • How Much Control Should You Have Over Your Firm? Insead
  • Most Teach For America Instructors Plan to Flee Teaching; About 87 percent of the people the program trains as educators say they plan to leave teaching; “Teaching is tough work”: Bloomberg

Investing Process

  • Open Letter to SGX/MAS: Reply to CFO of SGX-Listed China Environment (CENV SP) on report “Potential Accounting Tunneling Fraud at China Environment?” – Address the accounting and governance concerns in an SGX/MAS announcement: AsianExtractor
  • Noble’s Spat With Iceberg Highlights Barriers to Disclosure: WSJ

Greater China

  • Open Letter to SGX/MAS: Reply to CFO of SGX-Listed China Environment (CENV SP) on report “Potential Accounting Tunneling Fraud at China Environment?” – Address the accounting and governance concerns in an SGX/MAS announcement: AsianExtractor
  • Hanergy Working With ‘Unproven’ Solar Technology, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Says, after Financial Times in January raised questions about the company’s accounting practices. Bloomberg
  • Hanergy Shares Soar Too Close to the Sun; Solar panel hot stock levitates 480% in six months, leaving gravity and reason back on Earth. Barron’s\
  • Hanergy’s Lightning Rally Blinds Investors to Reality: WSJ
  • Foreign banks tighten lending rules for China state-backed firms; Singapore DBS Group suffered a loss on a bad loan to an SOE-related firm it had assessed as risk-free: Reuters
  • China Short Sellers Target World’s Biggest Broker Rally: Bloomberg
  • Hong Kong-made ‘firefighting’ robots catch the attention of tech giant IBM: SCMP
  • Mainland regulators learn from mistakes made in Japan: SCMP
  • SFC’s ‘sneak attack’ on ownership responsibility will cost us money: SCMP
  • China legal threat dents ICE’s Singapore plans: FT

India

  • $1.20 for Office Lunches as Errand Apps Bloom in India: Bloomberg

Japan & Korea

  • A veteran Japan investor has closed his small hedge fund and will join one of Asia’s longest-running hedge-fund operators, a move that underscores the increasing difficulty managers face striking out on their own: WSJ

ASEAN/Singapore

  • Open Letter to SGX/MAS: Reply to CFO of SGX-Listed China Environment (CENV SP) on report “Potential Accounting Tunneling Fraud at China Environment?” – Address the accounting and governance concerns in an SGX/MAS announcement: AsianExtractor

Macro

  • Hedge-Fund Manager’s Next Frontier: Lawsuits: WSJ
  • Don’t get addicted to boom times: Why investors should beware market highs and other fads: FP

Energy & Commodities

  • The big drop: Riyadh’s oil gamble; For years Saudi Arabia acted as a safety net in the market, but as prices fell the game changed: FT

TMT

  • Apple Watch Success Will Hinge on Apps: NYT
  • Apple watch could call time on Swiss ascendancy in the high-end market: Telegraph
  • Apple Says New Smartwatch Will Go 18 Hours on Battery Power: Bloomberg
  • Telecom’s Next Goal: Defining 5G; Industry pools knowledge in race to go beyond fast download speeds: WSJ
  • Challenge for Apple Watch: Style but No ‘Killer App’: WSJ

Healthcare

  • Feeling Nervous About a Biotech Bubble? Bloomberg
  • What Autopsies Can Teach; A decline in postmortem exams has slowed scientific advances. New procedures aim to overcome qualms. WSJ

Consumer & Others

  • Why McDonald’s Turnaround Plan Isn’t Working: Bloomberg
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