Here are a few items to start your week:
• U.S. Stocks Post Biggest Retreat Since 2009 on Economic Concern (Bloomberg)
• Barron’s vs Barron’s? You Don’t Need an Economist to Feel an Ill Wind (Barron’s) but see The Economy Is Slowing, Not Stalling (Barron’s)
• No Autographs, Please: Star Analysts Are Back (Dealbook)
• Audio: Interesting Bill Fleckenstein Interview (King World News)
• Attorney General of N.Y. Is Said to Face Pressure on Bank Foreclosure Deal (NYT) see also Foreclosure Talks Snag on Bank Liability (WSJ)
• Greg Ip: The Republicans’ new voodoo economics? (Washington Post)
• Motorola’s Value Found in 18 Patents (Bloomberg) see also Motorola’s Identity Crisis (NYT)
• Radical overhaul of military retirement eyed (CBS News)
• Hans Litten: The man who annoyed Adolf Hitler (BBC News)
• The best column David Brooks has written: The Question-Driven Life (NYT)
What are you reading?
via Flowing Data
Category: Financial Press
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