My afternoon train reads:
• Cyprus crisis will soon blow over (MarketWatch) but see also Cyprus banks shut until Thursday (FT.com)
• Levin Committee report makes fraud case for JPMorgan shareholders (Thomson Reuters)
• OECD Enables Companies to Avoid $100 Billion in Taxes (Bloomberg)
• Solar Energy is Trapped in a Silicon Valley (Barron’s)
• China hacker’s angst opens a window onto cyber-espionage (Los Angeles)
• Republicans Foil What Majority Wants by Gerrymandering (Bloomberg)
• America’s Latest Phony Fiscal Crisis (Bloomberg) see also The Sequester Is Proof that Washington Thinks We Are All Idiots (The Daily Beast)
• Bringing Them Back to Life (National Geographic)
• Sarah Silverman, Ben Stiller, Michael Cera, And The Rebels Saving Hollywood (Fast Company)
• GOP Issues Scathing Self-Analysis (WSJ) see also Ten ways Republicans say they went wrong in 2012 (Yahoo)
What are you reading?
US non-financial cash pile finished 2012 at $1.45 trillion
Source: FT Alphaville
Category: Financial Press
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