Trust Digest 131 (March 14, 2016)


The US government interviewed the heroes of 'The Big Short' — here's what they had to say 

The National Archives did a document dump on Friday, releasing transcripts, meeting agendas, and confidentiality agreements from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. 
Key Words: Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, US, The Big Short, National Archives   
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Conflict of Interests, Predictability, Integrity, Benevolent Concern  
 


Temperatures Rise on Eve of Next GOP Contest  
Violent outbursts at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies just days before critical Republican primary contests have brought the presidential race to a crossroads, with GOP voters deciding whether to embrace the front-runner’s confrontational style or turn to a more traditional standard-bearer.     
Key Words: US, GOP Run, Donald Trump, Campaign, Protests  
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Security, Integrity, Predictability 


In the Apple Case, a Debate Over Data Hits Home 
Three years ago, reeling from Edward J. Snowden’s disclosure of the government’s vast surveillance programs and uncertain how to respond, President Obama said he welcomed a vigorous public debate about the wrenching trade-offs between safeguarding personal privacy and tracking down potential terrorists. 
Key Words: Apple, Data, Snowden, Barack Obama, FBI 
Trust Issues:
 Conflict of Interests, Situational Security, Predictability, Integrity 


Why Home Buyers Should Be Fearful 
“Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.”  Those were Warren Buffett’s words in a 2008 New York Times op-ed piece. At that time, the U.S. economy was entering one of the worst recessions in history. From Mr. Buffett’s perspective, it was a time to be “greedy” and find great investment opportunities. 
Key Words: Alok Deshpande, CEO, Smartpath, Warren Buffett 
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Integrity, Adjustment, Capability
 


Warren Buffett explains why a good business is one 'your idiot nephew' could run  
Brilliant and well-educated CEOs and managers sometimes become synonymous with their company. Whether it's Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, or Jeff Bezos, it's hard to separate the man from the operation. 
Key Words: Warren Buffet, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Document Dump   
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Capability, Adjustment
 


Oracle is ready to reveal 'bombshell' details about Google's Android business 
The next round of Oracle's copyright lawsuit against Google over Android will begin on May 9, and we can expect to be treated to a lot of "bombshells" about Google's Android business, sources close to the situation have told Business Insider. 
Key Words: Oracle, Copyright Lawsuit, Google, Android 
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Conflict of Interests, Relative Power, Security, Capability, Adjustment


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