Back in the saddle, here are my morning reads:
• The Market Looks Toppy Fundamentally And Technically (Comstock Funds)
• Following the Investment Herd Isn’t Always a Bad Idea (WSJ)
• Apple v. Samsung: The infringing device scorecard (CNet) see also Triple damages and injunctions: what comes next for Apple and Samsung (Gigaom)
• Obama or Romney? Markets don’t care (Market Watch)
• A Nation Adrift From the Rule of Law (WSJ) see also Why No Prosecutions (Credit Slips)
• Best Buy Wants You to Stop Using Its Stores as Showrooms (New Deals)
• 26 Internet safety talking points (Dangerously Irrelevant)
• Why Serious Talk of Balancing the Budget Went Bust (The Fiscal Times)
• How Long Do You Want to Live? (NYT)
• Law prof: Romney Probably Owes Back taxes Due to Management Fee Conversions (A Taxing Blog)
What are you reading?
Suits Mount in Rate Scandal: Billions of Dollars at Stake in Claims
Category: Financial Press
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