My afternoon train reading:

• History Repeats Itself Because No One Was Listening The First Time (Alhambra Partners)
Eisinger: Pruning Hedge Fund Regulation Without Cultivating Better Rules (NYT)
• Spain Set to Surrender Rank of 12th-Biggest Economy to Australia (Bloomberg)
• Why big banks are hazardous to US financial health (Economic Times) see also Why Are the Big Banks Suddenly Afraid? (Economix)
Reinsurance: With Lax Regulation, a Risky Industry Flourishes Offshore (DealBook)
• The Templeton Effect (Chronicle)
• Management Secrets of the NFL (WSJ)
• I Made the Robot Do It (NYT)
• The Encyclopedia of Life: Animals that travel in schools, towers, bloats and more (TED)
• The Wall Street Summer Intern Diaries (NY Mag)

Whats upon your iPad?


 A comparison of competitiveness and wealth

Source: Economist

Category: Financial Press

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9 Responses to “10 Mid-Week PM Reads”

  1. PeterR says:

    Fa(r)ceBook buying back shares. Let the price manipulation continue.

    How low can FB go?

    Zeee — Rooooo !

  2. willid3 says:

    more LIEBOR. states itching to sue? maybe to make up lost tax revenue?

  3. willid3 says:

    the industries with most ex government officials?

  4. willid3 says:

    why some are terrified that the private equity investigation is going on

    might be the beginning of a few perp walks?

  5. Greg0658 says:

    American Airlines, United face trial over September 11 destruction
    US bankruptcy judge throws out union contract of American Airlines’ pilots
    absent video @ 12:35ish CDST
    googled & searched by eye “cnbc bob pisani airline” travels are and UP thats green^ (for somebody)
    psst – had to sign in to get HERE – wtf respectfully @MrBR

  6. formerlawyer says:

    Paul Ryan sought Afordable Care Act funding for a health care clinic in his Distict and by the way simulus funding as well.

    Apple iPhone no longer the best selling phone in the United States.

    We are number one.