My afternoon train reading:
• Fund manager betting on a bear market in government (Philly.com)
• naked capitalism: Bank of America Foreclosure Reviews: Why the Cover-Up Happened (Part IIIA) (Part IIIB)
• A Warning to Wall St. About Misleading Clients (DealBook)
• Home Prices Surge More Than 5%, the Most Since 2006 (NYT) but see When Good News for Real Estate Is Bad (WSJ)
• Libor Lies Revealed in Rigging of $300 Trillion Benchmark (BusinessWeek)
• Disney’s Bob Iger Talks Deal-Making With Steve Jobs, Importance of Risk (The Wrap) see also Disney CEO went to Steve Jobs to find out if Disney films “sucked” (arstechnica)
• Your employer may share your salary, and Equifax might sell that data (The Redtape Chronicles)
• This iWatch Concept Features Seamless Linking To iPhone, Is Perfect In Every Way (Redmond Pie) see also BlackBerry 10 Critical to Research in Motion (NYT)
• Gasparino, Wall Street Watchdog, Stogie Lover (cigar aficionado)
• Duke Ellington: Soundtrack to the Century (Dublin Review of Books)
What are you reading?
Fed’s Long-Running Show Goes On and On
Category: Financial Press
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