A few longer reads for a cloudy NY Sunday morning:
• IPO stands for ‘it’s probably overpriced’ (Marketwatch)
• The Hunch, the Pounce and the Kill (NYT)
• Buying a Piece of America: Why Chinese Shoppers Love U.S. Brands (The Atlantic) see also The Year That Changed Retailing Forever (Bloomberg)
• An Alternative to Hedge-Fund Alternatives (Barron’s)
• Health Bargain Hunters Use Websites to Cut Doctor Bills (Bloomberg)
• Martin Wolf: Lunch with the FT: Paul Krugman (FT.com)
• Playboy goes West (Prospect Mag)
• How Banks Bought the Tea Party: Cash Transforms Populist Insurgents To Reliable Vote For Financial Industry (Think Progress)
• The myth of English as a global language (Times Literary Supplement)
• The wrong Carlos: how Texas sent an innocent man to his death (The Guardian)
What are you reading over brunch?
Category: Financial Press
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