My afternoon train reads:
• Klarman: The Oracle of Boston (The Economist)
• Has Volkswagen discovered the Holy Grail of carmakers? (Reuters)
• S.E.C.’s Revolving Door Hurts Its Effectiveness, Report Says (DealBook) see also SEC To Second Circuit: ‘Please Don’t Make Us Do Our Jobs!’ (Above the Law)
• Global ‘credit supernova’ turns 2013 bull into bear (MarketWatch)
• The Great Housing Mania (Barron’s)
• U.S. Fiscal Policy is Upside Down (Rational Irrationality) see also Fiscal Austerity is Happening Now (Macro and Other Market Musings)
• How the Patent Office Helped to End Slavery (Bloomberg)
• Has Apple Finished Disrupting Markets? (Time) see also Things Apple Has Not Yet Done (CounterNotions)
• U.S. said to be target of massive cyber-espionage campaign (National Security)
• The Future Of Google Plus, And Its Path To Social-Media Domination (Fast Company) see also Google joins the DIY group… (footnoted)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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