“Don’t Eat Fortune’s Cookie” by Michael Lewis June 3, 2012 — As Prepared Thank you. President Tilghman. Trustees and Friends. Parents of the Class of 2012. Above all, Members of the Princeton Class of 2012. Give yourself a round of applause. Show More Summary
In 2012, Michael Lewis gave a commencement speech at Princeton University, his alma mater. In the speech, Lewis, the author of Liar’s Poker, Moneyball, and The Big Short, talks about the role of luck in rationalizing success. He tells the graduates, the winners of so many of life’s lotteries, that they “owe a debt to the unlucky”. Show More Summary
Michael Lewis joins me on The Forbes Interview podcast to talk about The Undoing Project, how he finds his topics, and his writing process that transforms reams of wonky notes into best-selling stories.
Authored by Patrick O'Shaughnessy via InvestorsFieldGuide.com, My guest this week is Danny Moses, who was directly in the middle of the biggest trades in market history, chronicled by Michael Lewis in his book the Big Short. Danny was...Show More Summary
Pietro Boselli reunites with Emporio Armani brand EA7 for its spring-summer 2017 catalogue and campaign. The Italian model joins Jacey Elthalion and Michael Lewis for the active outing. Photographer Serge Guerand travels to Rome to capture striking imagery. Show More Summary
Lessons from the annual Morningstar investment conference. Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball and the Undoing Project and Vanguard founder Jack Bogle speak.
Michael Lewis is best known for milling complicated subject matter like mortgage-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations into compulsively readable bestsellers, including Liar’s Poker, The Big Short and Moneyball. His books...Show More Summary
Tabitha Soren, who you may remember as a reporter for MTV News, has for the past number of years been working as a photographer. One of her projects began more than 13 years ago as she accompanied her husband Michael Lewis on his visits to the Oakland A’s while working on Moneyball. Show More Summary
Season 6, Episode 29 On this week’s episode of Freakonomics Radio: Stephen J. Dubner interviews Michael Lewis about the two men who created behavioral economics, redefining how humans think and changing our world. Among the discoveries...Show More Summary
Review: The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds by Michael Lewis is “an engrossing biographical perspective on this brilliant academic...
Roxane Gay cracks our fiction list as Michael Lewis and Peter Wohlleben continue to dominate as non-fiction top sellers The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Jan. 31 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Two novels enjoy their 17th consecutive weeks in our fiction list, while Michael Lewis's latest continues to dominate the non-fiction charts The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Jan. 17 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Do you want to learn the basics about how to train your horse using Natural Horsemanship methods? Jedi Horseman, Michael Lewis, shares thoughts about the relationship between you and your horse and what you can do … Read More
People waste years trying not to waste hours, says author Michael Lewis
Authored by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, I loved Michael Lewis’ book – The Big Short – about the 2008 Wall Street created global financial catastrophe, that is still impacting the little guys on Main Street eight years after it was supposedly resolved by Paulson, Bernanke and Obama. Show More Summary
Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short," "Moneyball," and "The Undoing Project," explains why some of the Trump administration's policy ideas could take the...
Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short," "Moneyball," and "The Undoing Project," his latest book on gut instinct, explains to Lawrence why he thinks Donald...
Last Thursday evening, during an icy and isolating New England storm, my wife and I settled in on the couch to watch “The Big Short,” Adam McKay’s adaptation of Michael Lewis’s great book about the 2008 financial crash. I picked theShow More Summary
The Undoing Project, the new Michael Lewis book (Big Short, Blindside, Moneyball), tells the story of Kahneman and Tversky – 2 Israeli psychologists who challenged assumptions of rationality and decision making. I first heard Tversky at a Society of Medical Decision Making meeting. He presented their work and emphasized the concepts of heuristics and biases. […]