My afternoon reading:
• Frank Partnoy: Rebuild the pillars of 1930s Wall Street (FT.com)
• Berkshire 2012: The Times They Are A-Changing and Other Observations (Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up)
• Spark in Sales of Cars and Trucks Drives U.S. Economy (Bloomberg)
• CFA Conference: James Montier (Above Market) see also Flaws of Finance (The Research Puzzle)
• Why Is Barron’s More Bullish Online Than in Print? (Picks & Pans Breakdown) (Wall Street)
• Teri Buhl: SEC Tells JP Morgan Enforcement Action Coming over Bear’s Mortgage Backed Securities Violations (Wall Street Unplugged)
• How the Blind Are Reinventing the iPhone (The Atlantic) see also My First Week with the iPhone (Behind The Curtain)
• Small Cities Are Becoming A New Engine Of Economic Growth (New Geography)
• What Were The Most Radical Social Experiment in Modern History? (The Atlantic)
• Was Paul’s Boutique Illegal? (The Slate)
What are you reading?
Source: The Economist
Category: Financial Press
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