My morning reading material:
• A new era of bad money (MSN Money) see also Market Correction? Try Perma-Crisis (Harvard Business Review)
• Green Light for Hedge-Fund Ads Means Caution on Main Street (WSJ)
• Are Income Taxes Taking a Bite Out of $AAPL $GOOG (Stock Trader’s Almanac)
• Italy/Spain and US Treasury yields (FT Alphaville)
• How Shape-Shifting Banks Foil Dodd-Frank Act (Bloomberg) see also Banks Seen Dangerous Defying Obama’s Too-Big-to-Fail Move (Bloomberg)
• John Cassidy on Inequality 101: The Picket Fence and the Staircase (New Yorker)
• What Do The Titanic And Your Smartphone Have In Common? (Forbes)
• GE Isn’t Grandfather’s Company in Silicon Valley Plant (Bloomberg)
• Evolution has given humans a huge advantage over most other animals: middle age (Washington Post)
• It’s Official: Google Today Is Just Where Microsoft Was in 1999 (Forbes) see also Web freedom faces greatest threat ever, warns Google’s Sergey Brin (Guardian)
What are you reading?
Green Light for Hedge-Fund Ads Means Caution on Main Street
Category: Financial Press
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