My early morning reads to start the week:
• Jobs Data Reveal Unexpected Good News (WSJ) but see 17 Scary Numbers From the First Quarter (Morningstar)
• Don’t Trust The Wise Men Of Finance (Forbes)
• Foreclosures give rise to a new industry (Washington Post) see also As Foreclosure Problems Persist, Fed Seeks More Fines (NYT)
• Want an Active Investment Manager? Here’s What to Look For (NYT)
• Why Are the Fed and SEC Keeping Wall Street’s Secrets? (Bloomberg) see also What Senate’s Unusual FDIC Moves Mean for Future of the Agency (American Banker)
• Lawrence Solomon: A world awash in oil (Financial Post)
• A Republican meteorologist looks at climate change (MPR)
• The Mastery of Non-Mastery (LA Review Of Books)
• The Cliff Theory: How Handset Makers Die, why Mobile Phone Companies Collapse so Rapidly (Siemens, Motorola, Palm, Nokia, Blackberry and Windows Mobile) (Communities Dominate Blogs)
• Man whose WMD lies led to 100,000 deaths confesses all (Independent)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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