Some longer form weekend reads for your Saturday morning pleasure:
• Is TARP disappearing from Washington’s memory? (Pruning Shears)
• Steve Randy Waldman: The Risk Ownership Society (Dissent)
• The sports-industrial complex is bleeding America dry (Salon)
• And Now Let Us Praise, and Consider the Absurd Luck of, Famous Men (The Atlantic)
• Capital Markets Party Like It’s 1989 (Barron’s) see also Shades of ’80s for Japan’s Stocks (WSJ)
• 12 Questions For Kirk (The Kirk Report)
• Interdealer Brokers Emerge as Key Enablers in Libor Scandal (Bloomberg) see also The Things Traders Say, R.B.S. Edition (DealBook)
• How to Paint a Battle and Think About War (Los Angeles Review of Books)
• Things Apple Has Not Yet Done (CounterNotions)
• “WE MUST BE FUNNY!!!!!!” (The New Criterion)
Whats for brunch?
Source: Jimmy Marguilies
Category: Financial Press
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