My morning reads:
• Capital Markets Party Like It’s 1989 (Barron’s) see also No One Remembers When Bonds Went Truly Bad (Businessweek)
• Mutual fund industry playing defense on 401(k)s (Reuters)
• State Lawsuits Could Add to S&P Exposure (WSJ)
• Why Do Banks Get Away With Murder? (The Daily Beast)
• U.S. Justice Dept, states weigh action against Moody’s (Reuters) see also Probe Adds to Rating Firms’ Woes (WSJ)
• Facebook is malware, people suddenly realize (COMPUTERWORLD)
• 10 Things Extraordinary People Say Every Day (Inc.)
• CBO: Deficit Shrinking At Fastest Pace Since WWII As GDP Sputters (Investors.com)
• No Reagan To Save Republicans From Themselves This Time (They Gave Us a Republic) see also Movement Conservatives and Tea Partiers Rise Up Against Rove (The Atlantic)
• Snapchat and the Erasable Future of Social Media (Businessweek)
Whats up for the weekend?
Chart of the day: Apple as the world’s No. 1 PC maker
Category: Financial Press
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