Category: Investors

NYT: Young and in Love … With Lipstick and Eyeliner

This article lays out how the makeup industry has proven resilient and capitalized on social media as a driving force for expanded revenues.  Not just overall sales, but makeup store retailers benefit too. Read the full article in The New York Times

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Barron’s: 3 Stocks That Could Outpace This Market

Kari was recently featured in Barron’s to offer an explanation for Aureus’ outperformance versus the S&P 500. During the interview, she gives us her thoughts on where the market may be headed next year, what might cause the next correction, and some reasons for holding some of our favorite stocks. Download her Barron’s interview here…

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WSJ: How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds

Whether or not you feel your phone is the greatest and most indispensable tool in your life, this article points out the extent of our phone’s impact our brain. Read the full article in The Wall Street Journal

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HBR: Political Diversity as the Next Frontier

My newest piece focuses on political diversity in the workplace. In a country more polarized than perhaps at any other time in history, it’s still important to avoid political homogeneity in the workplace. In addition, I offers some principles I’ve used as a boss for smoothly navigating political discussions. Read the full story in The Harvard…

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NYT: Walgreens Calls Off Deal to Buy Rite Aid

The US government again helps Amazon by limiting whomever might be able to be a real competitor.   As long as prices fall, the US doesn’t seem to care about anti-trust issues. Read the full article in The New York Times

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CNBC: Charles Schwab

Kari was on CNBC’s The Halftime Report to talk about the prospects of Charles Schwab (SCHW) and why she is long the name. Watch the full video on CNBC.com 

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