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Weekend Reads: How he Turned a $30k loan into a $1.7 Billion Company! Also: Yanny or Laurel? Weekend Reads

Here are the best collection of articles and news just for you.

Grab a cup of cappuccino and have a nice weekend.


  • His Parents Loaned Him $30,000 to Start a Company. Now It’s Valued at $1.7 Billion. (Entrepreneur)
  • The definitive collection – Buffett in his own words (CNBC) – The Warren Buffett Archive is the world’s largest collection of Buffett speaking about business, investing, money and life.
  • A 40-Year Debate Over Corporate Strategy Gets Revived by Elon Musk and Warren Buffett (HBR)
  • Robinhood Founders Are Billionaires in Silicon Valley Minute (Bloomberg)


  • Double Trojan Horse‘ Drug Tricks Bacteria Into Committing Suicide (ACSH)
  • Costa Rica’s New President Leads The Way With Fossil Fuel Ban (TeleSurTV)
  • Woman wins $1.2 million on $18 Kentucky Derby bet (ABC News)
  • This physicist’s ideas of time will blow your mind (Quartz)
  • We Made a Tool So You Can Hear Both Yanny and Laurel (NY Times)


  • Don’t Skype me: How Microsoft turned users against its beloved video-chat program (LA Times)
  • PayPal will spend $2.2 billion to buy the Square of Europe — iZettle — in its biggest acquisition ever (Recode)

Personal Growth

  • A study suggests your adulthood self-esteem has its roots in the way you were raised as a child (The British Psychological Society)
  • The Next Time You Want to Complain at Work, Do This Instead (HBR)


  • New Drug Offers Hope to Millions With Severe Migraines (NY Times)

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Weekend reads: The best News and Articles just for you.

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