My morning reading material, edited in real time (done):
• Inspect the Fees in Your 401(k) (WSJ) see also Americans ‘just not prepared’ to manage their own retirement funds (Washington Post)
• Special focus: The Changing Face of Big Money (DealBook)
• JPMorgan illegally let Lehman Bros. count customers’ funds as its own (Washington Post) see also JPMorgan’s practices bring scrutiny (FT)
• Bankers Form SuperPac for ‘Surgical’ Strike at Industry’s Enemies (American Banker)
• Americans brace for next foreclosure wave (Reuters)
• Why the Fed has taken QE3 off the agenda (FT.com) see also The Case Against Fiat Money (WSJ)
• Ex-Con Man Says JOBS Law Makes Guys Like Him Rich (Bloomberg)
• Apple’s iPad tops Consumer Reports’ list despite heat issue (Reuters) see also Project Glass (Google+)
• China’s Bloody Factories: A Problem Bigger than Foxconn (Pulitzer Center)
• Now this gets interesting: Anonymous hacks hundreds of Chinese government sites (ZDNet)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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