Ahhh, not quite so busy today. Here are what I hope to read when I get 3 minutes today:
• Why Identifying a Bubble Is So Much Trouble (Bloomberg)
• Kass: Low Rates Don’t Hold the Answer (The Street) see also What Really Caused the Eurozone Crisis? (The Street Light)
• Global Stocks Drop 20% Into Bear Market as Debt Crisis Outweighs Profits (Bloomberg) see also Global economy alarm bells ring (CNN/Money)
• Lowenstein: The War on Insider Trading: Market-Beaters Beware (NYT Magazine)
• Do Regulations Really Kill Jobs Overall? Not So Much (Pro Publica)
• Mercedes-Benz Sales Growth Slows in China (WSJ)
• Housing Survey: Bye, Bye To The American Dream? (Trulia Insights) see also Housing Slump Hits New Mortgage Loans (WSJ)
• A Business Insider retrospective (Macro.org) see alsoBusiness Insider, over-aggregation, and the mad grab for traffic (Reuters)
• Can Meg Whitman: Be Hewlett-Packard’s Steve Jobs ? (BusinessWeek)
• Parsing Netflix’s ‘Apology’ (NYT) see also The internet is a brutal taskmaster – even for Netflix founder Reed Hastings (Telegraph)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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