My afternoon train reads:
• Stocks only slightly expensive (Market Watch) see also How to Handle the Coming Dividend Tax Hike (SmartMoney)
• Making big decisions about money (Seth Godin)
• Richard Clarke on Who Was Behind the Stuxnet Attack (Smithsonian) see also U.S. Outgunned in Hacker War (WSJ)
• Four Numbers Add Up to an American Debt Disaster (Bloomberg)
• Seeing and Believing (New Yorker) see also Turn a Hunch Into a Strategy (Inc.)
• Business Bets on the G.O.P. May Be Backfiring (NYT)
• Your brain, your food, and obesity (BoingBoing) see also The Behavioral Sink (Cabinet)
• Claim Check: Employers Asking for Facebook Passwords (The Scoop)
• The split brain: A tale of two halves (Nature) see also It’s Time to Upgrade Your Biological Software (Think Big)
• John Sullivan: The Son Shines Bright (n+1)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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