Hedge Funds: If your CEO is waxing philosophical at Davos, it might be time to drop them like it’s hot
 As stated by contemporary philosopher and 21st century artist Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr. better known as “Snoop Dogg”
By and large, many investors consume droves of material written by authors on a deadline. What’s more, this comes at the expense of reading books. Aware of this paradox, our remedy is to present three favorite authors Bill Thorndike, Nassim Taleb and the late Barton Biggs along with a shared abhorrence – the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting; Davos.
 Thorndike’s tome celebrates unconventional CEOs that engineered shareholder value through superior capital allocation in effect enacting publicly traded LBOs (Prudent use of leverage, scarce equity offerings and disciplined M&A with shareholder value as scorecard)