Lots of interesting reading for the weekend:
• Goldman’s O’Neill Sees Investors Missing Stock Rally on ‘Black Swan’ Fears (Bloomberg)
• Facebook’s Stealth Attack on Google Exposes Its Own Privacy Problem (Wired)
• Gloom and Doom, and How to Profit From It (Deal Book)
• The Auto Industry Bailout – Still Debated But Worth Every Penny (AOL Autos)
• Lessons From The Flash Crash (Forbes)
• The Failure of American Schools (The Atlantic)
• Richard Tofel on the Changing Business of Journalism (The Browser)
• Somali Pirates’ Rich Returns (BB Businessweek)
• Meet Edward Tufte, the graphics guru: The Information Sage (Washington Monthly)
• REM’s Michael Stipe (Interview Magazine)
What fascinating things are you reading . . . ?
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