To put a bad decision in context. Take a look at this.
The actual date was April 12, 1976, but other than that, you get the point.
One of the links below is to a story about an investor who lost $15 Billion in an hour.
Here are some of the posts that caught my eye this week. Hope you find something interesting.
- 20 Quotes to Inspire Successful Innovation. (Mindjet)
- John F. Nash Jr., Math Genius Defined by a ‘Beautiful Mind,’ Dies at 86. (NYTimes)
- Why Mathematician John Nash Was a Genius. (Mashable)
- Service Transforms Your Tweets Into Something Worth a Look. Here's mine. (RM)
- Tag Heuer to Rolex: How Luxury Watch Brands Are Responding to the Apple Watch. (Fortune)
- The IPO Class of 2015. (Forbes)
- China’s IPO Market Leaves U.S. in the Dust. (Wall Street Journal)
- China's Richest Man Recently Lost $15 Billion In One Hour. (Money)
- How a London Man May Have Helped Trigger the 'Flash Crash'. (BigStory)
- An Objective Look at High-Frequency Trading, Dark Pools and The Flash Crash. (ValueWalk)