Some interesting reading material to end your week:
• Advice from a financial insider: Spend on season tickets, treasury bills, and charity auctions, not $20M for 4% of the Mets (Mets Online)
• Fed May Signal Low Rates Into 2014 (WSJ) see also Fed’s Once-Secret Data Released to Public (Bloomberg)
• Tough year: Finance on the Ropes (Businessweek)
• Retailers Are Slashing Prices Ahead of Holiday (NYT) see also Retailers Try to Thwart Price Apps (WSJ)
• Congress’s Inside Dope for Investors (Columbia Journalism Review)
• Muni Bonds: A Disaster That Wasn’t (WSJ) see also Here’s Hoping for More Lousy Forecasts in 2012 (Bloomberg)
• It’s Always Sunny in Silicon Valley (Businessweek)
• Debts Go Bad, Then It Gets Worse (WSJ) see also Consumers Cry Foul Over Debt Collectors (WSJ)
• Is America At A Digital Turning Point? (USC Annenberg)
• The Year in Volcanic Activity (The Atlantic)
Who’s left on your shopping list?
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