Some morning reads:
• Ben Bernanke is just doing his job, folks (Fortune) see also Bernanke, as Professor, Tries to Buff Fed’s Image (NYT)
• Greece on the breadline: cashless currency takes off (Guardian)
• Vital Signs: Home Construction (WSJ) see also Surprise — we might actually begin meaningful housing reform this year (Reuters)
• Best & Worst Corporate Cash Managers: Unstashing the Cash (Institutional Investor)
• Banks Seek Delay on ‘Volcker Rule’ (WSJ) see also Insider-Trading Curbs on Congress Advancing (WSJ)
• Greece’s Disgraceful Debt Default Amidst Calls to “Euthanize” Bondholders (Forbes)
• Competing with Apple: ‘Great products may not even be necessary’ (Fortune) see also Seeking Apple Hints In Microsoft’s Past (WSJ)
• Of Muppets and Manhattan (City Journal)
• EMC gets it: big data needs apps, too (Gigaom) see also Amazon Wrings Profit From Fulfillment as Spending Soars (Bloomberg)
• The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs (Harvard Business Review)
What are you reading?
BofA Can’t Shake the Capital Question
Category: Financial Press
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