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What newsletters do you read every day or week?

Bogdan Mirkac Electronic engineer / business development manager

December 1st, 2016

It seems like there's been a massive resurgence in email newsletters recently. Maybe it's because slack has helped clear our inbox of tasks freeing up our inboxes for the kind of emails we love to read again...

Whatever it is, there's not much curation around email newsletters and there are just too many publishers to dig through (Mailchimp alone has 7m+ customers).

So I thought we could all share the best newsletters we're reading here.

Irwin Stein Very experienced (40 years) corporate,securities and real estate attorney.

December 1st, 2016

I read the Wall Street Journal every day. I have since I was in law school in 1971.  Nothing else is as good.

Jonathan Ivanco Customer Journey Enthusiast

December 1st, 2016

I don't do newsletters, all RSS, I run a custom built team based RSS platform that allows teams to curate the news from various sources and only share the good bits. Sort, Skim, Share, and Save the really good articles.

It's changed the way I process information entirely.

Rob G

December 1st, 2016

The Hustle - daily, Mark Suster's Both Sides of the Table - weekly (or so), Qibb (scan daily and cherry pick that which looks interesting), Knowledge@Wharton - (receive weekly, but only cherry pick a few articles now and then), Silicon Valley Business Journal - scan headlines and cherry pick articles, 

Dane Madsen Organizational and Operational Strategy Consultant

December 1st, 2016

The Hustle, CB Insights, Insider for a few. Dane Madsen 206.900.5852 Mobile Sent from my mobile device. Forgive typographical and grammatical errors.

James Linden VP Business Solutions at Kochava

December 2nd, 2016

Crunchbase, IAB, OMMA,, Mediapost, eMarketer

All very digital advertising focused

Bogdan Mirkac Electronic engineer / business development manager

December 8th, 2016

Thank you very much for your replies.
I recently discovered podcasts and started listening to Harward business school channel. It is really cool.
My commute is much shorter now.