My morning reading materials:
• Fed Meeting Shows Dissent on Measures to Lift Job Growth (NYT)
• Howard Marks, Bargain Hunter (Outlook India Business) see also Compelling interview Oaktree’s Howard Marks (MarketSite)
• Why Good Companies Fail (HuffPo)
• The missing $20 trillion (The Economist)
• Chinese cyberspies have hacked most Washington institutions, experts say (WaPo)
• Learning to Love Investment Bubbles: What if Sir Isaac Newton had been a Trendfollower? (Social Science Research Network)
• Has the Mainstream Media Finally Had Enough? (Mother Jones)
• Tumblr Is Not What You Think (techcruch) see also Posterous will turn off on April 30 (Official Posterous Space)
• The psychology of the to-do list (BBC Future)
• Scroogled: Microsoft escalates Google battle (Mercury News)
What are you reading?
Business Loans Flood the Market
Category: Financial Press
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