Buffett’s bookshelf, inspiring leaders, foods named after their birthplaces and more headlines our team is reading this week

by Molly Musler | Jun 28, 2016

Here’s a sampling of links our advisers and staff found share-worthy this week.

The Wall Street Journal: 11 Picks from Warren Buffett’s Bookshelf

“Warren Buffett is a voracious reader, and the legendary investor isn’t shy about sharing his book recommendations.” Get the story here

CNN Money: U.S. Millionaires Control Far More of Nation's Wealth than Those Elsewhere

“About 66% of U.S. wealth in 2015 was held by households worth $1 million or more, according to a new report on global wealth by the Boston Consulting Group.” Find out more

TED: How Great Leaders Inspire Action

In one of the most-watched TED talks, with more than 27 million views, “Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership—starting with a golden circle and the question ‘Why?’” Watch the talk here

National Geographic Travel: Top 10 Food Cities

“What makes an urban legend? A dish so unforgettable it becomes just as famous as its birthplace.” Get hungry

Harvard Business Review: Next-Gen Retirement

“Half of today’s 60-year-olds will live to at least age 90,” according to Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, the authors of The 100-Year Life, which draws on the research of demographers Jim Oeppen and James Vaupel. Meanwhile, the era of corporate and government pension plans that promised lifetime financial security is over. For this and other reasons, many executives are now rethinking what it means to retire.” Read the article

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Buffett’s bookshelf, inspiring leaders, foods named after their birthplaces and more headlines our team is reading this week

by Molly Musler | Jun 28, 2016

Here’s a sampling of links our advisers and staff found share-worthy this week.

The Wall Street Journal: 11 Picks from Warren Buffett’s Bookshelf

“Warren Buffett is a voracious reader, and the legendary investor isn’t shy about sharing his book recommendations.” Get the story here

CNN Money: U.S. Millionaires Control Far More of Nation's Wealth than Those Elsewhere

“About 66% of U.S. wealth in 2015 was held by households worth $1 million or more, according to a new report on global wealth by the Boston Consulting Group.” Find out more

TED: How Great Leaders Inspire Action

In one of the most-watched TED talks, with more than 27 million views, “Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership—starting with a golden circle and the question ‘Why?’” Watch the talk here

National Geographic Travel: Top 10 Food Cities

“What makes an urban legend? A dish so unforgettable it becomes just as famous as its birthplace.” Get hungry

Harvard Business Review: Next-Gen Retirement

“Half of today’s 60-year-olds will live to at least age 90,” according to Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, the authors of The 100-Year Life, which draws on the research of demographers Jim Oeppen and James Vaupel. Meanwhile, the era of corporate and government pension plans that promised lifetime financial security is over. For this and other reasons, many executives are now rethinking what it means to retire.” Read the article

Check out what our wealth managers are doing when they’re not staying on top of the latest news and trends. Meet our people

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