Ray Dalio On The “Distorted” And “sensationalized” Media Portrayal Of Bridgewater

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Ray Dalio On The “Distorted” And “sensationalized” Media Portrayal Of Bridgewater
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Ray Dalio has powerful discussion yesterday at The New York Times’ New Work Summit in San Francisco with NYT editor Charles Duhigg about Bridgewater’s distinctive culture and how Ray has built a strong value-based work environment at Bridgewater that encourages creativity, excellence and innovation, according to Ray.

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For over 40 years, we have pursued meaningful work and meaningful relationships through radical truth and radical transparency. This unique way of operating has obviously worked extremely well. I think it is very important to note that our culture has been conveyed in two notably different ways by The New York Times' writers and editors. There is a significant discrepancy in the way they portray our culture in their distorted and sensationalized print stories versus the more thoughtful and accurate discussion I had today at their New Work Summit, which focused on celebrating innovative and successful workplace cultures.

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If you want to understand our culture better, I invite you to watch my discussion at the conference here:

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  1. Disquieting. All of us need to stand back and address press dishonesty. Journalists need to stand back and ask themselves about those seeming(ly) problems with personal ethics. Note: This discussion finished without any assurances from NYT editor Charles Duhigg.

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