Good Sunday morning. A few items that caught my eye that I thought might be worth your time:
• It’s Not All About The Fiscal Cliff (Comstock) see also Kaletsky: Confessions of a deficit denier (Reuters)
• Thaler: Applause for the Numbers Machine (NYT)
• Hating Tech, Loving Junk: Global money managers have abandoned tech stocks and small caps in favor of junk bonds and REITs. This will not end well. (Barron’s)
• Steve Jobs vs. Sam Walton: The tale of the tape (CNN Money) see also Amazon’s Jeff Bezos: The ultimate disrupter (Fortune)
• How Dead Is the Book Business? (NYT)
• Chicago judge okays AG suit vs S&P. Bad omen for rating agencies? (Thomson Reuters)
• Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation (Spiegel Online)
• Scientists uncover a new pathway that regulates information processing in the brain (Science Codex) see also Study reveals how the brain stores information about social rank (Wellcome)
• When armies become media: Israel live-blogs and tweets an attack on Hamas (Gigaom)
• IRS sued for not enforcing campaign restrictions on churches (Daily Page) see also Freedom From Religion Foundation sues IRS for not enforcing electioneering restrictions on churches (The Daily Page)
What are you reading?
13 Cents of Every Retail Dollar Was Spent at Gas Stations
Source: Real Time Economics
Category: Financial Press
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